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.
Data Center Technician
The Data Center Technician provides an overall focus on positive proactive end-user customer service through phone, email, face-to-face, and our internal case management systems. She monitors all business-critical systems and escalates issues accordingly, maintains accurate chain-of-custody logs of incoming and outgoing customer packages and ensures facility cleanliness.
Why <div>ersity likes Zayo: They believe in diversity not because it is altruistic, but they already know it has given them a distinct business advantage. They’ve been spending years diversifying their leadership and staff with their chief advocate for diversity being their Chairman and CEO. Their board of directors is 40% women, and they’ve successfully brought on many veterans onto their technical teams.
Senior Software Engineer
The National Center for Women & Information Technology (NCWIT) is a nationally-serving non-profit based in Boulder, Colorado. NCWIT believes in the power of mission-driven teamwork and people that thrive in an open, collaborative environment where teams work together to hear one another and find the best answer, together.
Why <div>ersity likes NCWIT: They are on the forefront of improving gender equity in tech. They are a research driven organization that’s creating the best thought leadership out there on how companies can create more inclusive places. Here’s an opportunity to not only build your software skills, but to also change the tech industry at large.
At Truss we believe that a diversity of backgrounds is essential to our ability to solve complex problems, build a sustainable business, and support our community. We are creating a culture based on concrete values and practices to enable Trussels to feel valued, listened to, and supported to do their best work while being their best selves. These goals can only be achieved with the ongoing and evolving commitment of our entire organization.
Why <div>ersity likes Truss: The founding team at Truss have thought deeply about what inclusion means, and have created systems as part of their day to day work that incorporates concrete tactics to create safe spaces. Just one example is their transparency about every person’s salaries in the company. Truss was also invited to be in the inaugural cohort of Project Include.
At Stackery we’re building production-grade tools for managing serverless infrastructure. Serverless is the fastest growing cloud architecture and much loved by engineers. We’re a Portland Oregon based venture backed startup, equally passionate about building great products and creating a positive, inclusive company culture. Our team dynamic is open, collaborative, supportive, and fun. We strive to create an environment where each member of the team feels empowered to do their best work.
Why <div>ersity likes Stackery: They are the first TechStars alumni we’ve seen show a commitment to diversity and inclusion. They are intentionally conducting outreach to diverse communities and making strategic diverse hires for their initial engineering team to ensure they grow and scale with inclusion built into their blood.
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