We value a learning culture, where people are continuously improving, so we can become better humans and technologists! The entire team contributes to each other’s growth in many ways. Here are a few:
Engineers at Greenhouse work with high autonomy on technical projects to address customer requests, mitigate and prevent performance issues, improve developer workflows, scale our services, and more. Here are some projects currently in production:
We do our best to help people figure out how to get the most out of their time at Greenhouse. We use structured, skills based career ladders to coach and promote people and provide opportunities to explore different career paths. Here are some of the things people have done:
We use a structured interviewing process so that all candidates have a fair chance to assess Greenhouse and show us their abilities through practical exercises relevant to their role.
Here’s what to expect during this process:
Onsite Interview: Depending on the role, you might pair with someone to add functionality to a small application or debug and refactor a bash script. This may be done in person or virtually, depending on your location.
Here’s a sample onsite schedule (4-5 hours total):
Wear whatever you feel comfortable in, most of the team dresses casually.
Come with questions for us! This is a two way interview.
We want to know how you think and solve problems! If anything seems unclear, we’re here to help.
For a more detailed look into how the team operates on a day to day basis, read our blog – In the Weeds.
Here are some recent posts, to get you started!
Read reviews from candidates on our interview process and reviews from employees on what it’s like to work at Greenhouse.
Have a security issue to report? We manage our bug bounty program using HackerOne.
The Full Stack Engineering meetup is organized by Greenhouse engineers to create a community for people who collaborate, code, configure, and deploy across the stack.
Tech Yes! Is a series of networking events, talks, and workshops organized by Greenhouse engineers to bring people from all backgrounds and seniority levels together to form lasting connections in the tech industry.