Join our Team
Help us on our quest to make good software even better
New York, Dublin, Ann Arbor, floating on a boat in the Mediterranean Sea, behind that tree: if there’s a good enough internet connection, one of our employees (maybe you) might be there.
The cross-functionality, I really like that here. Everyone works together no matter what department you're in.
Everybody is super nice and does good work. It's part of the culture to have a good work-life balance. I'm never leaving. Or, if I do, it’ll be because I found somewhere else exactly like it.
One thing I really do love about Shortcut is that they take into consideration your thoughts and your opinions.
Jenel Software Engineer
It’s amazing working with awesome people, people that care, people that want to make a difference and actually want to make something great.
Kieron Senior Product Designer
What do we value? All sorts of things! But we particularly pride ourselves on:
Treating people rightWe are respectful, thoughtful, and empathetic, treating others how we want to be treated.
Spreading joyWe want our work to make people smile. And maybe briefly chuckle.
Taking responsibilityWe drive our own progress without making excuses.
Being transparentEach of us provides open visibility into our work.
Moving fastSpeed is good. We take calculated risks and learn from them.
What’s in it for you?
Other than the traditional arrangement in which we deposit money in your bank account twice a month, we provide:
Comprehensive health coverage
Medical, dental, and vision. Podiatry too, probably.
401k, flexible spending, and community benefits for when and if we’re allowed to go outside again.
An open vacation policy
And not a bullsh*t one where we try to trick you into taking less time off. We encourage you to regularly step away from the computer.
12 weeks off for adoption or birth. Spend time getting to know the new human in your life.
Equity available for all employees
Get your own piece of the Shortcut pie.
All the software & hardware you need
Unless it’s a giant drill you plan to use to break into the vault at a Vegas casino. You’ll need to pay for that yourself.