Our job roles are not meant to be prescriptive roles in any sense – a designer might find herself working in customer support just as much as a happiness hero might find himself helping out with product creation! And if no role seems to suit your skills, you have already come to the right place ?
We’re excited about diversity and inclusivity. We hire talented teammates from a wide variety of backgrounds and experiences, and we’re committed to a work environment of respect and kindness.
We are looking for people, who
- ignore job descriptions. The best teams can think on their feet, adapt quickly to shifting priorities, and do whatever it takes, regardless of role or position, to get things done.
- are eccentric… Interesting characters often are a little different: quirky, sometimes irreverent, even delighted to be unusual. They seem slightly odd, but in a really good way. Unusual personalities shake things up, make work more fun, and transform a plain-vanilla group into a team with flair and flavor. People who aren’t afraid to be different naturally stretch boundaries and challenge the status quo, and they often come up with the best ideas.
- know when to dial it back. An unusual personality is a lot of fun … until it isn’t. When a major challenge pops up or a situation gets stressful, the best team players stop expressing their individuality and fit seamlessly into the team. Remarkable teams know when to play and when to be serious; when to be irreverent and when to conform; and when to challenge and when to back off. It’s a tough balance to strike, but a rare few can walk that fine line with ease.
- are always fiddling. Some people are rarely satisfied (we mean that in a good way) and are constantly tinkering with something: Reworking a timeline, adjusting a process, tweaking a workflow. Great teams follow processes. Remarkable teams find ways to make those processes even better, not only because they are expected to, but because they just can’t help it.
- present solutions. Pointing out problems that arise are only one part of a medal. We’re looking for characters who proactively start thinking about what solutions could help address those challenges. For example, you should never walk into the office to complain about the badly written job descriptions. Instead, you first go to the HR department, have a conversation about what can be done to improve the situation, and see what you can do to help. Then, when you tell your team about it, you’ll be able to let them know the action you’ve already taken to start solving the problem.
We are a happy bunch, with awesome benefits! If there’s something important to you that’s not on this list, talk to us! 🙂
- Tools and office gadgets. We even have gym balls as optional chairs – although you don’t have to sit at all, for all we care you can lie flat on one of our many couches and work from there 😉
- Good food, a variety of breakfast foods and a fully stocked kitchen. Plus we love Burritos, Felix our head of Dev even has his own Burrito Meetup, check it out: https://www.meetup.com/de-DE/El-Burrito-Meetup/
- Regular compensation reviews – great work is rewarded!
- Fun events for employees, friends, and family!
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Write us a note about yourself, why you’re interested in joining the Userlane team, and include any relevant links (Whatever it is you want to show us about yourself).