Careers at MeetEdgar
Looking for an amazing job? Good – because we’re always looking for amazing people. (And we can tell by the cut of your jib that you just might fit right in here.)
See, we created Edgar in 2014 so that professionals could manage their social media with more consistency and in less time. We’re adding hundreds of new users every month, and we want you to be a part of that growth!
Current Job Openings
Check out our current job opportunities!
MeetEdgar LEAD Program
The goal of our LEAD program (Learn Experience As a Delegate) is to open our doors to students and recent graduates from marginalized communities and welcome them into the world of a tech startup. You’ll have the opportunity to work hands-on with marketing programs and be mentored by professionals in the practice. Sounds interesting? Keep reading…
The marketing delegate is a position that is ideal for either a junior or senior college student or recent graduate, who is looking to be in an operations support role for marketing. No previous experience is required but it would be ideal if you have worked with social media marketing, content creation, or email marketing. We are looking for a strong writer, who is capable of taking on the unique voice of our brand, is methodical in reviewing content prior to posting and scheduling, and who can help keep us organized with content planning and uploading.
A bonus: you’ll have the opportunity to learn about paid growth, social media, and partnerships!
A few of the platforms that we use as an organization to help manage the day-to-day operations of the department include Asana, Canva, Mailchimp, Notion, G-Suite, Google Analytics, WordPress, Zoom, and of course … Edgar!
We are 100% a remote team. Right now we envision this role to be up to 20 hours a week. We will work together to set a schedule that meets your availability and our team needs.
How do I apply?
Please click here “LEAD Marketing Application”. Review the list of required materials, which is a resume and proof of eligibility to work in the U.S, and the completed application. You will only be considered if all materials are included.
Is work experience required?
Professional experience is not required but is recommended. Review the application for more details. LEAD is meant to be a learning experience.
Is this a paid opportunity?
Yes, apprenticeships for LEAD will be paid and you will receive competitive compensation, including some benefits and perks.
What if I’m in school or working full time?
Delegates must be available to work up to 20hrs a week during business hours. We will work together to set a schedule that meets your availability and our team needs.
What does the selection process look like?
We follow a 5-step process at MeetEdgar:
- Application Form Questions
- Initial Interview with People Ops Lead
- Work Style Interview
- Skills Fit Interview
- Official offer!
Steps 3 and 4 are interchangeable – we like them to happen concurrently!
The LEAD Program will start the second or third week of October.
Will this guarantee a full-time opportunity with MeetEdgar?
Participation in LEAD does not guarantee a full-time job upon completion. However, it is a possibility depending on the needs of the team. Another option is an extension for another three to six months. That being said, we hope every participant makes the most of this learning experience!
Full-Stack Developer, Part Time
This is a part time, remote position.
We’re a self-funded SaaS company with a dozen employees, half a dozen dogs, 5000 customers, and a new social media update sent out every 15 seconds.
We’re looking for a full stack developer to help build and maintain our social media management tool, Edgar. If you want to help us help small businesses succeed beyond their wildest dreams by banishing social media busywork forever, keep reading!
Please beware of hiring scams!
Open positions will always be listed in this section. Please beware of known hiring scams where an unauthorized third party might claim to be affiliated with MeetEdgar. Unfortunately, we can’t control this fraudulent behavior. All known incidents are promptly reported to the appropriate authorities.
What Makes Us Different?
We’re a totally self-funded business, which means we grow from actually being profitable. We’re 100% remote, so you can work from the comfort of your home office, local coffee shop, or underground nuclear fallout shelter. We know that a company culture that fosters creativity, success, and happiness takes more than the occasional free beer and a foosball table in the breakroom. (Nothing against foosball.)
Basically, we’re a small team of thing-doers, fun-havers, and goal-crushers. We plan for big successes, because those are always more fun. We don’t bother with office politics – it’s way too cliche, and also, we don’t have an office. (So, you can wear stretchy pants to work and no one will judge.)
We know we’re ridiculously lucky to have this crack squad of ambitious, kind, independent little nerds, and we want to keep that going by bringing in even more people who love geeking out about what they do and doing work they’ll be super proud of.
(And on that note, we’re an equal-opportunity employer genuinely committed to building a diverse team, and to fostering the type of inclusive environment in which diversity thrives.)
How We Work
Want a commute that’s only 30 seconds long? Think cats make the best officemates? Work with us, work from home, work in your ding-dang jim-jams. Our company was built to be distributed, so you’ll never feel left out for working remotely – it’s what literally all of us do!
Work Only During Work Hours
We want you to have a life outside the office – and we don’t believe in “make your own hours” policies that end up translating to “you’re on call pretty much all the time.” Clock out at the end of the day and don’t even think about checking on that inbox!
Own Your Wins
We hire people who are amazing at what they do – so we trust them to make their own decisions! Chart your own course, and we’ll give you what you need. (If we thought we knew better than the people we hire, we’d just do their jobs ourselves, you know?)
Self-funded & Profitable
Growing slowly and sustainably is a lot more fun than leaving your job security up to chance – or up to the outcome of your next round of funding. We don’t have investors to answer to, so we get to do things however we want! (Well, almost. Stay out of trouble, kids.)
Who You Are
Whatever your thing is, you’re pretty darn good at it (it’s okay to admit that), and you’re ready to show off what you’ve got. You can be plenty motivated without anyone staring creepily over the wall of your cubicle. In fact, forget the cubicle – work wherever you want, like the rest of us. You share your awesome ideas, give others honest feedback, and take ownership of both your big wins and the things that are turning out to be trickier than you expected.
Honestly? You’re someone who just wants to be creative, enjoy a pretty-serious-but-not-inhuman amount of responsibility, and surround yourself with people who make going to work not suck. (And be one of those people yourself. We like those people.) What you do is special. See what it would be like to do it here.
Own What You Build
Programming in Pairs
– Matt, Senior Developer
With oodles of ingenious advice and lightning-quick typey-fingers, our Customer Experience team helps keep Edgar’s thousands of users happy as heck.
Act with Autonomy
“Each team member is trusted implicitly to use their best judgment in creating the best customer experience possible. There’s no bureaucracy or red tape.” – Sarah, QA Lead
Be an Actual Problem-Solver
Don’t expect to have to send the same soul-sucking form responses day in and day out. Our philosophy is based on helping people find solutions to their problems and taking their feedback seriously – not forcing you to constantly repeat answers that nobody wants to hear.
Empowerment Through Information
“Having transparency in all communication, whether it’s Asana, Slack, or Trello, I always know where to look for information, and can quickly find the lead person to ask about a project.” – Megan, CS Pro
Making an Impact
“Every single person plays to win and to support the company as a whole. There’s no pressure, yet there’s always encouragement to play with other teams!” -Tyra, People Ops Manager
Our operations team pulls all the strings behind the scenes to make what we do possible. (“Puppetmasters” has kind of a negative connotation, but you get it.)
From balancing benefits to onboarding new team members, our ops team makes it easy for people to get what they need so they can focus less on paperwork and more on doing their thing.
Do What Works (Ditch What Doesn’t)
“When something makes sense to act on, you might discuss it to flesh some ideas out, but then you just do it. It’s the most common-sense, no-nonsense approach to business and decision-making that I’ve been a part of.” – Sarah, Operations Advocate
Create a Better Workplace
We keep our focus on the people who work here, so we can shape a continually-improving work experience instead of constantly putting out preventable fires. (Well, metaphorical fires, anyway.)
Built for Remote
Who says you need an office to maintain a positive and exciting company culture? We’ve been 100% remote since day one, and our ops team is responsible for making sure every nook and cranny of the business gets the attention it deserves.
With an ever-growing arsenal of creative content, our marketing team spends every day making love connections between Edgar and the people who’ll benefit from him the most.
Freedom to Do Your Thing
“Everyone on the team is 100% in charge of their channel and responsible for reporting and explaining their tasks to the rest of the team – no micromanaging!” – Jessi, PR Specialist
Like the inside of a watch or a rousing game of Twister, an effective marketing team has lots of moving parts. Working remotely helps us stay organized and limber, and our processes as simple as possible.
No Ick Factor
“There’s no bell-ringing sales team, no quotas, and no jeopardizing our values for the sake of a stronger bottom line.” – Scott, Marketing Advocate
Open and Honest Communication
Everyone on our team works toward the same goal, and that means giving and receiving the feedback that helps us all improve. It’s better for our team spirit than trust falls, and moderately less likely to end with a bruised spleen.