Feeling a bit restless? Maybe your commute seems longer than usual, or you suspect you’ve ceased growing in your current role, but fall is a common time to start looking for a new job. But with hundreds of open positions in Boston, it can be overwhelming to know where to begin. To make things easier on you, we’ve found six local tech companies who are searching for new team members.
What they do: HubSpot develops cloud-based, inbound marketing software that helps businesses transform the way they market online through social media, blogging, SEO, website content management, email marketing, reporting, analytics and more.
Open positions: 45 open roles in sales, marketing, operations and more.
Note from an insider: "We're always looking for people who are humble, effective, adaptable, remarkable, and transparent (or people who have HEART, as we refer to it at HubSpot). We have a big, ambitious vision to make the world more inbound, so people who thrive here are entrepreneurial and dedicated to our mission of solving for the customer." — Katie Burke, VP of Culture & Experience
What they do: Rue La La is members-only e-commerce site that allows users to discover private sale boutiques in fashion, accessories, footwear, home, travel, wine and gourmet food.
Open positions: 21 open roles in engineering, marketing, data & analytics and more.
Best perks: Rue La La offers employees perks like “Bagel Fridays,” “Wine Wednesdays,” and sample sales that can get pretty rowdy. Workers also get two days off per year for volunteerism and can partake in book clubs and running groups.
What they do: Everbridge provides companies, organizations, and government entities worldwide with web-based (SaaS) emergency notifications in any type of incident, whether it’s an earthquake, fire or mass shooting.
Open positions: 5 open positions in engineering and sales
Note from an insider: “Candidates for Everbridge should enjoy solving challenging business problems, collaborating with other internal teams to build our products, and the relaxed but focused environment that drives our efforts to build and support great solutions. They will be rewarded by knowing that our products contribute to saving lives. We often hear directly from customers that messages exchanged at the right moment have literally saved someone’s life or prevented significant long-term damage. Hearing this directly from customers and not just from marketing really drives home how critical our system, products and solutions are to the world we live in today.” — Mark Minichiello, Chief Recruiting Officer
What they do: CarGurus is a comparison shopping site for cars that uses pricing algorithms to analyze millions of new and used car listings so consumers can find the best deals. Their site also includes users’ reviews of dealers, mechanics and advice on other car topics.
Open positions: 20 open roles in engineering, sales, operations and more.
Note from an insider: “CarGurus is a fast-growing tech company on a mission to improve the car buying experience. As we continue to grow both here and abroad, we’re looking for great people in nearly every department. Ideal CarGurus candidates are smart, curious and excited about solving problems in new ways – and they thrive in a fast-paced, entrepreneurial environment.” — Kristen Kenny, VP of People and Talent
What they do: DraftKings is a skill-based daily fantasy sports platform that lets fans compete in online games for cash prizes.
Open positions: 27 open roles in engineering, marketing, design and more.
Best perks: Convenience perks range from commuter benefits and ZipCar discounts to in-office pampering with manis, pedis, a barber and chair massages.
What they do: TripAdvisor is a free travel guide and research website that provides reviews of destinations, hotels and restaurants, and includes interactive travel forums.
Open positions: 53 open roles in engineering, product, marketing and more.
Best perks: Free lunch. Every day. Plus, there’s an onsite "pub" with beers on tap and a wine refrigerator, an on-site gym and free parking.