Here, you’ll find businesses in a mix of industries, from the nonprofit and public sectors to engineering and media—each with a variety of roles to offer. For example, you can work with clinical specialists, nurses, and administrators as a sales representative at Stryker; use data to answer client questions, uncover trends, and pursue breakthrough ideas as an analyst at MediaCom; or help veterans as a mental health specialist for the Wounded Warrior Project.
This merely scratches the surface of the opportunities you’ll find here. Read more about these and other amazing companies below, and check out their open roles!
With more than 40,000 employees globally, Stryker is on a mission to make healthcare better. Their belief: customers and patients are at the heart of everything they do. The company was founded in 1941 by orthopedic surgeon Homer Stryker, as he started to find current products weren’t meeting patient needs and invented new products. Today, innovation continues to be a top priority and new technologies differentiate Stryker as an industry leader.
SoundHound is an industry-leading innovator of voice-enabled AI and conversational intelligence technologies, like the SoundHound app used by over 300 million people, and Hound, the voice search and assistant app. It brings developers and business owners independent platforms that include the world’s fastest speech recognition, the most sophisticated natural language understanding, easy-to-use developer tools, knowledge graphs, and a large—and rapidly growing—number of domains.
Seeing the bigger picture means that MediaCom’s network of 8,000 people helps their clients look beyond the boundaries of traditional media to uncover new ideas and unlock growth. The company challenges conventional thinking to build, optimize, and drive their clients’ businesses forward at scale, as well as leading their industry in critical areas such as diversity, inclusion, and sustainability. They’ve invested in “People First, Better Results” for over two decades—it’s the lifeblood of the agency with diversity and inclusion at its core. It means going above and beyond to provide full person well-being and career growth for everyone, allowing their talent to maximize their potential both personally and professionally.
Samsung is at the forefront of innovation, developing technologies that bring people together. As a global company founded in South Korea, Samsung’s dynamic, multicultural environment stretches its employees to break down barriers and create a more connected world. For decades, Samsung’s forward-thinking and diverse teams have pushed humanity ahead—from cutting-edge home appliances and entertainment systems to mobile and the advancement of 5G, and all of the discoveries still to come. People who work at Samsung see every challenge as an opportunity to improve the status quo with an all-hands mentality and a dedication to solving tomorrow’s problems.
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.
Collibrians work together to empower Data Citizens across the globe to see data differently. As a tech unicorn with a high-growth mindset, Collibra is a place where employees are encouraged to speak openly, lead with confidence, and believe that change must be embraced to be successful. With over 600 employees worldwide, productivity and lifestyles vary at Collibra, which is why remote work and flexible schedules are embedded into the culture. When it comes to learning and development, internal mobility is advocated for and the pursuit of personal growth is always welcome.
Wounded Warrior Project—or WWP—is transforming the way America’s injured veterans are empowered, employed, and engaged in their communities. WWP works with warriors and their families to create paths toward success as they transition back into civilian life. Through direct programs and services, WWP connects warriors to a network of support and resources to address their evolving needs. The WWP team is passionate about creating impact—and since 2003 have improved the lives of over half a million warriors and their families. In fact, many WWP employees are veterans themselves and have experienced firsthand the benefits of its programs and services.
AnitaB.org is a leading global nonprofit organization that supports women in tech by connecting and inspiring partnering organizations and the community to reach a 50-50 intersectional gender equity in tech by 2025. Its teams envision a future where those who imagine and build technology mirror the people and societies for whom they built it. It is their strategic imperative to provide programs that help women and underrepresented communities grow, learn, and develop to their highest potential. AnitaB.org supports women in technical fields, the organizations that employ them, and the academic institutions training the next generation of technologists.
Sprinklr is a leading customer experience management (CXM) platform. The company’s vision is to be the world’s most loved enterprise software company, and its mission is to enable every organization on the planet to make their customers happier. Sprinklr’s core values—known as “The Sprinklr Way”—are focused on helping employees thrive personally and professionally. Headquartered in New York City with 1,900 employees in 16 countries across 25 offices, Sprinklr offers new hires the opportunity to join a family of global talent.
The mission of TSA is to protect the nation’s transportation systems to ensure freedom of movement for people and commerce. It is the vision of TSA to act as an agile security agency, embodied by a professional workforce, that engages its partners and the American people to outmatch a dynamic threat. TSA’s impact on national security is unquestionable. For someone looking to build a rewarding career and serve their country, this is the right place. TSA offers opportunities for a wide range of candidates—including experienced professionals, transitioning military personnel, and recent college or high school graduates.
Chief, the private professional network for women leaders, aims to support and unite women executives and influence gender parity in business. Under the leadership of its women cofounders, the Chief team champions equal opportunities for women, people of color, and individuals from diverse educational backgrounds. Chief also provides outstanding opportunities for personal growth and responsibility at a well-capitalized startup. Employees have access to top-tier events, including private conversations with celebrities and industry icons, and workshops led by top executive coaches, entrepreneurs, and thought leaders—all while getting firsthand experience building one of the nation’s fastest-growing, mission-driven companies.
Bombora’s mission is to revolutionize the martech industry through the use of data built on an ecosystem of quality, collaboration, and innovation.
Driven by the idea of sustainable marketing, Bombora helps sales and marketing teams focus on businesses who are actively interested in what they sell.
It practices the same philosophy with its employees by providing the resources they need to succeed: encouragement and freedom to cultivate ownership, a great workplace culture in which everyone can excel, and a focus on sustainability and work-life balance.
Benchlings, as the company’s employees are known, are inspired and motivated by their core mission: accelerating the pace of life science research. Even as a growth-stage company with a recently secured Series D fund round, they continue to embrace the spirit of collaboration and transparency that drove them as an early startup.
Employees at Benchling are surrounded by talented people who are genuinely excited about the work they’re doing and the impact they’re having. It’s truly special for them to be able to work on a product that they believe in, and to work alongside colleagues energized by the shared vision of a future with less disease and greater sustainability.
Coursera partners with more than 200 leading universities and companies to bring flexible, affordable, job-relevant online learning to individuals and organizations worldwide. Coursera offers a range of learning opportunities—from hands-on projects and courses to job-ready certificates, career credentials, and degree programs. More than 76 million learners, 100+ Fortune 500 companies, and 6,400 campuses, businesses, and governments turn to Coursera for world-class learning.
First Home Bank is a full-service community bank as well as a national SBA and Residential Mortgage Lender dedicated to providing a wide range of high-quality banking services delivered in a personalized, friendly manner. Understanding that their employees are their most critical resource, First Home Bank is committed to providing career development opportunities, competitive compensation, and generous benefits to its entire workforce. As an organization, they strive to reach the common goal of building a stronger and better bank while encouraging open communication in an environment of mutual respect.
As a full-service agency, program operator, and SaaS technology platform, Share Local Media (SLM) helps tech and e-commerce companies leverage direct mail to achieve effective response outcomes with high-quality branding. While SLM is a technology and product-focused company, the company’s leaders consider their people to be the business’ biggest assets. They want SLM to be the best place to work and are committed to providing an environment where people can grow—reinforced by the business’ key values: a client-focused mentality, data-driven thinking, speed, persistence, and kindness. Employees are seen as both professionals and individuals, and everyone works to cultivate a spirit of teamwork.
As a consumer fintech startup helping homeowners tap into their home equity, Point keeps the human experience top of mind. The company’s employees build integrity, transparency, and trust in everything they do, and colleagues readily support each other as they strive to have a positive impact on homeowners’ lives. Point is in hyper-growth mode and is building a team that is motivated, self-driven, and eager to revolutionize the fintech industry. The company’s culture supports innovation, autonomy, and personal growth, and is a place where employees aren’t afraid to roll up their sleeves or wear multiple hats to get the job done.
At GutCheck, everyone has a seat at the table, both in the boardroom and in their kitchen—and now virtually as they are temporarily working remotely. The company’s close-knit culture is fostered by an open concept office space with a 360-degree view of downtown Denver and the Rocky Mountains. They know their teams need to stay fueled physically and mentally, which is why they have adopted the agile mindset into their environment. They give it their all every day while having fun and being themselves.
Founded in 2003, Goosehead Insurance is changing the face of the insurance industry, making the search for great coverage a piece of cake. As one of the largest independent U.S. insurance agencies, Goosehead is committed to finding the best possible coverage and rates—and because it works simultaneously with different carriers, Goosehead finds clients multiple options and excellent deals.
PagerDuty is a leader in digital operations management. In an always-on world, organizations of all sizes trust PagerDuty to help them deliver a perfect digital experience to their customers, every time. Teams use PagerDuty to identify issues and opportunities in real time, and bring together the right people to fix problems faster and to help prevent them in the future. From digital disruptors to Fortune 500 companies, over 12,000 businesses rely on PagerDuty to help them continually improve their digital operations—so their teams can spend less time reacting and more time building for the future.
Lytx is a market-leading innovator that develops technologies to change driver behavior and make roadways safer. The company employs more than 500 employees worldwide, all of whom make meaningful contributions to helping their clients save lives every day. In November of 2018, Lytx opened an office in Framingham, MA.
Open Society’s commitment to transparency, fairness, and diversity drives everything they do. These values provide the basis for the work culture they’ve created and strive to preserve. The impact they try to make begins with their workforce. From offering a wide array of trainings on topics like leadership and grant making to a range of events including happy hours and trivia nights, they are dedicated to making sure that every person on their staff feels like a valued member of the Open Society team.
Core Digital Media is an industry leader in direct-response advertising founded in 1999. CDM combines its proprietary Performance Marketing Platform with a state-of-the-art data analytics capability to optimize billions of online display, social, mobile and search marketing impressions acquiring millions of high-quality customers for its clients. CDM is a trusted partner to the largest names in the financial services and education industries.
Expel allows its customers to do what they love about security, even if that’s not thinking about it. Expel Workbench (the tech) and Expel analysts’ (the team) 24×7 monitoring service together provide transparent managed security that gives customers the answers they need to kick out attackers and keep them out. While Expel’s tribe is hardworking and passionate about their craft, they also know how to take care of themselves and others—whether that’s by flexing their daily schedule to hit up the gym, work from home, or get to an event to support family or friends.
William Grant & Sons was established in 1887 with the vision “to make the best dram in the valley,” and that stands true today as the company builds brands that are loved globally, including Glenfiddich, Grant’s, The Balvenie, and Hendrick’s Gin. They have distilling and bottling operations in Scotland, Ireland, Iceland, India, the U.S., and Mexico, and a team of more than 2,600 people at 44 global locations. They consistently win the industry’s top accolades, which are testament to the quality of their liquid, dedication to their craft, and the talent of their people. Learn more at williamgrant.com.
The leader in outcome-based marketing, Epsilon has more than 50 years of experience providing the world’s top brands, agencies, and publishers with award-winning data and technology. They enable marketing that’s built on proof, not promises, across a suite of modular products spanning CRM, digital media, loyalty and email. Epsilon is positioned at the core of Publicis Groupe’s operations around the world.
Grand Rounds is a mission to solve some of healthcare’s hardest problems. This means the company has an exceptionally driven team who love a good challenge.
What sets them apart? They root for the team, drive healthy debate, deliver results that matter, bring their best selves, and, most importantly, they keep patients as their ultimate focus. And throughout it all, they never forget to laugh. From hackathons and cultural celebrations to meeting their patients in real life, they make sure to build a fun, empathetic, and inclusive workplace. If you want to make a real difference in people’s lives and work with some of the kindest and brightest minds, they want to talk to you.
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