Come work with Laguna (and us) at TechCrunch
We like to say that TechCrunch isn’t a job, it’s a calling, and certainly there are a lot of great reasons to work at TC. Truth be told, Laguna (Michael Arrington’s chocolate lab) is one of our favorite perks. She’ll have you well trained in frisbee 2.0 and the latest catch API in no time flat.
Seriously, we’re growing and hiring and we’d love to hear from you if you want to help TechCrunch change the world. We need:
- Developers (2): We don’t just report the news, we build products that change the media landscape. CrunchBase is one of our first successes. We have more projects in the pipeline. Rails developers preferred, but raw talent and drive most important to our team.
- Sales Directors (2): TechCrunch is the largest technology blog network, reaching over 5 million uniques and 15 million page views / month. We are expanding our direct sales effort with online and event-related sponsorships. Separate positions sought for focus on each start-ups and agencies/brand.
- Conferences & Events Director: TechCrunch hosts about a dozen events a year. Roundtable sessions, networking MeetUps, big conferences (such as TechCrunch50) and awards ceremonies (Crunchies.) Plan events for 200 – 2,000 people and be in the center of the tech community.
- Executive Assistant: If you love to be involved in a million projects, and love attention to detail, and want to keep us organized, this job is for you.
- Bookkeeper (part-time/contractor): We’re growing and profitable, so our financials are fun to do.
- CrunchBase Analyst: Great opportunity for a recent college grad to break into the start-up scene by researching and writing about new start-ups. Broad exposure to the start-up, VC and technology landscape.
- CrunchBase Interns (6): College sophomores through seniors are invited to join us as CrunchBase interns. It’s a great way to learn about technology start-ups from the inside. We need a commitment of 5 hours a week and keen interest in covering new products.
Also, we’re finally looking for proper office space. If anyone has 2-3,000 square feet of space to sublet in the Palo Alto area, please ping me, heather [at] techcrunch [dot] com.
Photo credit: thank you netzkobold. It’s a favorite.