We are meeting with tech companies every day who are committed to creating safe and inclusive workplaces. Jobs posted on this board are by companies who have met with us personally and have shown a commitment to diversity and inclusion.
Software Engineer, Product
As an engineer at Gusto, you’ll own what you build as you architect, test, and refine Gusto’s product suite. You’ll get a chance to tackle a wide variety of technical problems throughout the stack and collaborate with product management and design teams to understand customer pain points. Most importantly, you’ll be building a product that their customers genuinely love.
Why <div>ersity likes Gusto: The engineering team here has thoughtly deeply about how to create an inclusive and transparent interview process. They don’t do whiteboarding sessions, and instead focus on the types of challenges you’ll face on the job. Their engineering team is committed to making inclusion consistent and scalable.
Front End Web Software Developer
At Four Winds Interactive, we are a diverse team of talented, passionate people who want to make a difference, but don’t take ourselves too seriously. Our employees are passionate about their craft, but they are also parents, skiers, comedians, runners, animal lovers, foodies and phenomenal human beings who appreciate our dedication to providing a healthy work/life balance. FWI’s software platform is driving Visual Communications to millions of people every day, all over the world.
Why <div>ersity likes Four Winds Interactive: They invest in their culture and their people. The role of Chief Diversity Officer was introduced not from the top down, but from the bottom up. And they decided that the role should be an annual rotating leadership position from within the company. Listening to their employees and empowering them to grow is key to FWI’s success. You can read more about how that process played out on the <div>ersity blog.