SitePen has one of the most talented and dedicated teams of software engineers anywhere. If you’re self-motivated, know how to throw out a bad pun, get a kick out of Internet memes, and have a passion for Web development and open-source software, you’ll fit right in.
When you have a job at SitePen, you’ll always be working on something new and interesting. Our flat organizational structure and collaborative management style give every employee the opportunity to take initiative without any middle managers getting in the way.
The only traffic you’ll ever get stuck in is a series of tubes.
With one month of personal time off plus nine paid holidays per year, you can finally test that model rocket.
Once our fountain of youth is finished, we hope to save a bundle on healthcare.
Our plan administrator thought we were nuts to do a match. He also thought he was a squirrel. Kinda awkward.
We’re not saying you’re accident-prone, but we do want to make sure all those first aid kits won’t lead to bankruptcy.
With all the sweet things you’ll be doing, our dental plan makes sure the sugar won’t rot your teeth.
Our dress code is whatever you can stand to look at on yourself in the mirror.
You’re the boss of your time. For your own sake, I hope you’re not a bad boss.
We are, of course, referring to developing amazing Web apps. We don’t really need a lepidopterist.
With their spectacular wit, intellect, and good looks, SitePenners are one of the best reasons to work here.
SitePen is in need of a visual designer with solid graphic design skills and an eye for typography, clean layout, purposeful color, and refined style. This designer should have a deep appreciation for simple, sleek, usable interfaces; a solid understanding of user-centric design principles; great technical know-how; and proven expertise in designing for the Web.