Are you embarking on a job search journey? We know that sometimes the process can feel overwhelming. That's why we've compiled this list of 26 awesome companies that are all hiring right now.
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1. First Citizens Bank
First Citizens is one of the country’s fastest growing banks. Starting with a single branch in North Carolina, it now has nearly 550 branches coast to coast. What makes First Citizens different is its people—retail bankers, business bankers, wealth bankers, technology professionals, support teams, and more—who are all focused on better banking that helps people live better lives. The bank's approach has generated high customer loyalty that's made First Citizens one of the strongest banks in the business.
First Citizens offers opportunities to learn, succeed, and lead. That’s because it hits the sweet spot between size and accessibility—employees get the resources of a large bank without getting lost in a big organizational chart. Teams at First Citizens give everyone a chance to make a difference—it’s not unusual to find junior associates working directly with senior leaders, and learning a lot along the way.
The Stantec community unites 22,000 employees in over 400 locations across six continents. Employees collaborate across disciplines and industries to bring buildings, energy, and resource, environmental, water, and infrastructure projects to life. Beginning at the intersection of community, creativity, and client relationships, the company's engineers, architects, interior designers, landscape architects, surveyors, environmental scientists, construction managers, project managers, and project economists are involved—from initial project concept and planning through design construction, commissioning, maintenance, decommissioning, and remediation.
With 22,000 employees in over 400 offices—providing architectural, engineering, environmental, and construction work—the Stantec family has a footprint all over the world. One asset of being so big is that the company serves so many sectors and disciplines—with employees everywhere the clients are—and there's always an opportunity for the team to grow and be challenged.
3. First Look Media
First Look Media is a combination of entertainment and journalism—uniquely structured as a hybrid for-profit commercial business and a non-profit operation, both with the shared goal of influencing culture and society through stories of consequence.
One of the many benefits that new employees enjoy when they come aboard the First Look Media team is a warm welcome at the new employee happy hour. This regular social outing offers new employees a great opportunity to connect with one another—as well as with the larger team—in a friendly and laid-back environment.
4. The Medici Group
The Medici Group is a strategy firm that helps companies innovate and teaches them how to continue innovating by explicitly leveraging the diversity of their team. The firm’s approach shows organizations how they can innovate faster, from ideation and evaluation to selection and execution, by activating the diverse experiences, skills, cultures and perspectives of their employees. The firm is passionate about rewriting the ways companies do business—enabling clients to grow new revenue streams, develop leaders, and increase their speed and agility.
Diversity is a core value at The Medici Group, and is reflected in the team. Medicians hail from all corners of the world with prior careers in teaching, public health, luxury goods, finance, fashion, tech, and performing arts, among others. At any given moment, there might be three languages being spoken in the kitchen, game design happening in the conference room, and laughter in the lounge. This environment embraces difference and culture as a core value that drives business growth and innovation.
A first mover and market leader in electronic fixed income trading, Tradeweb facilitates trading in rates, credit, equities and money markets for more than 2,500 clients in 60+ countries. Tradeweb combines domain expertise, proprietary technology and a vast network of clients to deliver better price discovery, order execution and trade workflows. As an ideas and solutions company which values innovation, Tradeweb is always looking for new ways to create efficiencies that improve clients' performance and platform experience.
A defining aspect of Tradeweb culture is the focus on career development. The company recognizes that the best source of wealth creation comes from investing in its own people, and because of that, training and workshop opportunities abound. This is a great place to work for people who are career-oriented and love learning.
RX is a clean-label snack brand with products made from a few simple ingredients and no BS.
RX simplifies food by creating snacks that are real and delicious. It's honest and straightforward—no overblown claims, certifications, or gimmicks. With products including RXBAR, RXBAR Kids, and RX Nut Butter, RX makes food that not only tastes good, but is wholesome and nutritious too.
The team at RXBAR appreciates that the company values its employees just as much as it values its products. Because the founders of RXBAR recognize the importance of investing in their own people, the company has prioritized training and career development since day one. By maintaining a flat structure, RXBAR also creates opportunities for growth and collaboration across department lines.
The Bridgespan Group is a global nonprofit organization that collaborates with mission-driven leaders, organizations, and philanthropists to break cycles of poverty and dramatically improve the quality of life for those in need.
Passionate about finding solutions to ensure equal opportunity and core human and civil rights, Bridgespan concentrates its efforts on four broad fields—education; children, youth, and families; public health; and global development.
The organization's services include consulting with nonprofits and philanthropists, leadership development support, and developing and sharing insights—all with the goal of scaling social impact.
Working at Bridgespan is an opportunity to make a direct impact on issues affecting large groups of people around the globe. That’s something that draws a wide diversity of talented people who want to make a difference. Tackling tough problems for clients in the nonprofit sector provides invigorating intellectual challenges. Plus, with fun team bonding events in addition to that shared purpose, Bridgespan is a great place to grow a career.
Clearlink combines digital marketing and sales conversion services to add value to a brand’s customers by offering a holistic service approach. Established in 2003, Clearlink employs over 1,500 marketers, technologists, and sales professionals at three locations in Salt Lake City, UT, Orem, UT, and Scottsdale, AZ. Clearlink partners with some of the world's leading brands—including AT&T, CenturyLink, Travelers, Safeco, and DISH—to extend their reach and deepen customer insights.
Leaders at Clearlink are anything but micromanagers. The entire lot adopts a mentality of transparent cross-collaborative accessibility—which means the hierarchy feels flat and all teams are united around the same goal. The company also maintains a startup mentality in terms of idea-sharing and grooming individuals to eventually become experts.
Captivate curates a content mix of timely news, location-relevant insights, and business advice that streams over a network of 12,000 perfectly placed elevator and lobby displays in 1,800 office buildings across North America. Through interesting and actionable information, the company is able to effectively connect more than 12 million viewers to represent the North American audience.
Captivate believes in creating an environment where employees aren’t afraid to challenge themselves and try new things. Managers are considered more like coaches who offer support and direction, enabling people to be the best team players they can possibly be while giving them plenty of room to grow.
10. Procore Technologies
Procore started as a software solution to the real-life problems Procore’s CEO encountered during the construction of his family’s home. From that beginning, Procore has grown to be the provider of the most widely used construction management software in the industry. Procore serves clients around the world, furnishing them with cloud-based software that increases efficiency—and profitability.
One of the first things Procore employees often mention is the location of the company headquarters—upon a picturesque bluff overlooking the Pacific Ocean. Beyond that picturesque perk, Procore employees really value their sense of community connection, as exemplified in the genuine friendships among their teams and their shared feeling of personal investment in the company.
11. Encore Event Technologies
Encore Event Technologies is a leading provider of unique, creative, and innovative in-house audiovisual services for hotels, conference centers, and resorts globally. Encore focuses on creating completely customized experiences designed around the specific aesthetic of each client, ultimately taking visions and turning them into amazing realities.
Not only does Encore have some of the best people in the event industry, but the company works with some of the world’s biggest businesses and hotel brands. Team members also get to work with the best technology, whether they are on property or traveling to produce a client event. But, none of that matters without an environment where team members work with and support each other, share successes, and partner with each other to make every client interaction, and every day, a great one.
12. Intelliware Development
Intelliware is a custom software development and consulting company. Founded in 1990 and based in Toronto, Intelliware is a recognized leader in Agile software development working with top global organizations in financial services, healthcare, retail, and government.
In Intelliware's 29 years, the company has created many unique traditions. Team-building is formed in the project room, as well as through monthly after-work socials, board game nights, ultimate frisbee, sporting events, and fundraisers. The monthly after-work activities vary from axe throwing to paint night to the annual ski day—just to name a few.
As the name suggests, Synaptics, a portmanteau of synapse and electronics, was originally founded by scientists interested in utilizing neural networks in technological devices. Pivoting into human-interface devices with the development of the first touch-pad in 1992, Synaptics now encompasses over 1,600 patents, 1,700 employees, and a $1.7 billion market-value.
With the ever-expanding market for personal electronics, the need for human-interface technology has never been greater, and this need will only grow as technology improves and more markets open up. The current leader in touch and authentication technology, Synaptics is perfectly poised to outperform the competition in the high-growth landscape of human-interface technology.
14. Palo Alto Networks
At Palo Alto Networks, employees are winning the battle against cybersecurity threats. The organization drives an innovative vision of prevention different from anywhere else—forcing the industry, and the world, to change the way it thinks about protection. With a culture that embraces authenticity, collaboration, and ground-breaking innovation, the team at Palo Alto Networks is unlike any other in the world as it protects the digital way of life.
Palo Alto Networks strives to ensure that every new engineer they bring on board is as prepared as possible for the projects ahead. The company has even designed its own onboarding program—The Professional Services Academy—where each new associate participates in a six week course that teaches best practices for being on the ground with customers and how to share knowledge with others in an effective and understandable fashion.
CSC ® is the world’s leading provider of business, legal, tax, and digital brand services to companies around the world. From keeping businesses in compliance and streamlining operations, to protecting and promoting brands online, CSC uses expertise and a personal approach to create a competitive edge that helps clients perform at their best. Headquartered in Wilmington, Delaware, CSC has offices throughout the U.S., Canada, Europe, and the Asia-Pacific region.
Visit www.cscglobal.com/careers to learn more.
“Be better with us!” is a CSC rally cry that elicits thoughts of employee development, which is fostered through training programs, continuous feedback, opportunities to innovate, and recognition programs to share unique successes. Leaders and leaders-in-training participate in a variety of programs to increase effectiveness in managing high-performing teams and navigating through organizational change.
GLG is helping its clients change the world every day by connecting them with the smartest experts. With a global presence across 22 offices in 12 countries, and more than 2,000 talented, passionate professionals, GLG is powering smarter business for a world that works better.
GLGers have the option to pursue many career paths, including management opportunities, leadership on major accounts, subject matter expertise, business development, and more. In addition, GLG has a robust mobility program that enables GLG professionals to share their experience and knowledge across roles, offices, and regions.
17. Consumer Reports
Every day, in every job, the team at CR makes a difference for consumers and society. Whether by testing products in its labs or cars on the track, exposing scams through fearless investigations, or advocating for policies that serve and protect consumers' interests, CR makes an impact on people's lives. A trusted independent voice the public can rely on, Consumer Reports continues its tradition of service using the tools of the 21st century—cutting-edge digital technology, sophisticated analytics, and an evidence-based approach to decision-making.
Want great benefits? Consumer Reports offers competitive salaries, comprehensive health, dental, vision, and retirement benefits, and extra perks like gym reimbursement and a shuttle service to the NY office from major transit centers.
Trustwave provides organizations the services and technologies they need to transform the management of their information security and compliance programs. By offering cloud-managed security services, integrated tech tools, and teams of security experts—including ethical hackers and researchers—Trustwave provides its clients with sustainable and smart security business solutions in more than 96 countries around the world.
What interests Trustwave most in potential employees? A few sound skills and a bit of background. Even if applicants aren’t able to meet every requirement, Trustwave is willing to teach anyone with the right attitude and an aptitude for learning—and who will later be interested in turning around and teaching all the knowledge they’ve learned to new co-workers.
19. Dow Jones
Started in 1882, Dow Jones has delivered over 125 years of authoritative and ever-evolving journalism—innovatively bringing readers current events, issues, and insightful business information unfolding worldwide via print, web, mobile, multimedia, proprietary databases, and conferences. One of the largest news-gathering operations, Dow Jones' well-respected brands include The Wall Street Journal, Dow Jones Newswires, Factiva, Barron’s, MarketWatch, and Financial News.
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Dow Jones' interactive culture involves all employees in its creative processes. Newspaper layout meetings and live filming of shows take place openly in the middle of the newsroom—allowing employees freedom to observe or add ideas towards tomorrow's paper or website headline. Whether it’s meeting at the snack bar for coffee or chatting in passing, employees are in constant dialogue—working collaboratively to provide the best content for readers.
20. The Wall Street Journal
The Wall Street Journal enables readers to take part in an international conversation on business, politics, technology, and culture. It presents unparalleled news reporting from more than 1,800 journalists in 45 countries, and it boasts a community of more than 36 million digital visitors per month worldwide. WSJ.com’s global digital offerings are edited locally to provide regionally relevant news to readers from across the globe.
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Talk about longevity. WSJ's publisher, Dow Jones & Company, first produced brief news bulletins that were hand-delivered throughout the day to traders at the stock exchange. They were later printed in a daily summary called the Customers' Afternoon Letter. The reporters Charles Dow, Edward Jones, and Charles Bergstresser converted this into The Wall Street Journal, which was published for the first time on July 8, 1889.
KnowBe4 is the world’s largest integrated Security Awareness Training and Simulated Phishing platform. Realizing that the human element of information security was being seriously neglected, KnowBe4 was created to help organizations manage the problem of social engineering through a comprehensive new school awareness training approach.
KnowBe4 gives its employees a lot of tools and support to succeed. For those who want to grow, KnowBe4 offers management skills training and bonuses for employees who get certifications—and over 200 employees have been promoted internally within the last year.
22. Seagull Scientific
Seagull Scientific has always done one thing—and has done it exceptionally well. Its BarTender® software transforms information into the labels, barcodes, RFID tags, smartcards, and documents that drive business. BarTender helps customers around the world enable safety, security, efficiency, and compliance through easy, powerful design, fast and accurate printing on demand, comprehensive system control, straightforward integration, and legendary technical support. Headquartered in Bellevue, Washington, with branch offices in Madrid, Taipei, and Tokyo, Seagull Scientific's software is used in more than 150 countries and across virtually every industry. Seagull's employees are helpful, knowledgeable, curious, driven, and responsible.
From CEO to new hire, the people at Seagull Scientific all take a genuine interest in getting to know one another. Fun social events are a large part of the company culture. Colleagues from across every department enjoy getting the chance to socialize, meet new people, get to know each other better, and discuss common interests ranging from sports to quantum physics.
FiscalNote is on a mission to build the world’s most powerful platform for analyzing government risk. Every day, the FiscalNote Team transforms the way global organizations build and manage their relationships with all levels of government, enabling them to maximize their impact on legislation and regulation.
FiscalNote has reinvented influence—dramatically improving the way organizations build and manage their relationships with all levels of government, enabling them to have maximum impact on legislation and regulation. Using proprietary analytics and breakthrough machine-learning techniques, its government relationship-management platform is now the most effective tool for influencing federal, state, and local governments.
24. Hudson River Trading
HRT brings a scientific approach to trading financial products. Having built one of the world's most sophisticated computing environments for research and development, HRT researchers are at the forefront of innovation in the world of algorithmic trading.
HRT’s internal code of ethics far exceeds the expectations of the regulatory environment. Teammates across the company are conscientious market participants advocating for fair and transparent markets for everyone. This philosophy influences every aspect of HRT’s research.
Sunrun is the nation’s leading home solar, battery storage, and energy services company. With a mission to create a planet run by the sun, Sunrun has led the industry since 2007 with its solar-as-a-service model, providing clean energy to households with little to no upfront cost and often at a savings compared to traditional electricity. Sunrun’s Brightbox home battery service manages household solar energy, battery storage, and utility power with smart inverter technology. The company designs, installs, finances, insures, monitors, and maintains the systems, while families receive predictable pricing for 20 years or more.
At Sunrun, mutual trust between managers and their team members starts during the interview process. Candidates coming in should be sure to talk openly about their past experience—and be ready to grow and develop in their new roles. Sunrun employees share a collaborative, high-energy environment, so ambition and a self-driven appetite for success are must-have qualities.
Illumio, the leader in micro-segmentation, prevents the spread of breaches inside data centers and cloud environments. Enterprises such as Morgan Stanley, BNP Paribas, Salesforce, and Oracle NetSuite use Illumio to reduce cyber risk and achieve regulatory compliance. Illumio’s Adaptive Security Platform® uniquely protects critical information with real-time application dependency and vulnerability mapping coupled with micro-segmentation that works in any data center, public cloud, or across hybrid cloud deployments on bare-metal, virtualization machines, and containers. With a global presence in nine countries and counting, Illumio continues to grow in a new and thriving industry. For more information, visit www.illumio.com/what-we-do or follow @Illumio.
One of the biggest benefits of working with a growing company like Illumio is the all-around impact employees have on the overall product and business. Each person’s work directly affects the outcome of the finalized product and success of the business. Additionally, every individual has the opportunity to work cross-departmentally to learn new aspects of the product and business.
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