SeatGeek is Hiring
We’re expanding our team. Check out our jobs page for a list of open positions.
We’re listing seven jobs there, under the philosophy that startups should always be hiring. Jason Cohen has a great post that explains the rationale.
With that said, there are two positions we’re focused on filling within the next week or two: (1) Lead Backed Web Developer (listed as LAMP Web Developer on the jobs page) and (2) Social Media Intern. If you or anyone you know might be interested in either of those, drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org. We’d also love to hear from people interested in the other jobs listed.
As an aside, as we’ve gone through the hiring process I’ve scoured the web for blog posts on startup hiring. Here are a few of the posts I found most useful:
- Jason Cohen’s article on hiring employee #1 (mentioned above)
- Mark Suster’s advice on hiring people who “punch above their weight class”–this has been a focus for us at SeatGeek
- Dharmesh Shah’s post on trying before you buy–we’re doing this too
- Venture Hack’s post on option pools, which provides some handy equity ranges for different types of hires