Baydin is changing the future of email. We get a lot done, but we have a lot of fun too. Want to be part of a small elite team that's making a difference for millions of users? Read on!
All positions are local to our Mountain View headquarters
If you're an engineer who loves email, we'd LOVE to talk!
We're overwhelmed with projects, engineering challenges (almost every request is a write), improvements, and new features that we're going crazy trying to build. We're generally sharp folks, and we work well together. We value readability and clarity over cleverness, aim for the simplest solution (then iterate), and when in doubt, prototype it, test it, and measure it.
Sound like fun? Email your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org to apply!
Do you bring customers?
Baydin’s looking to bring on a mad scientist who wants to explore distribution channels, come up will brilliant ways to find new customers, turn those ideas into reality, then measure and track the results.
Driving growth is the hottest skill set in Silicon Valley right now, and we’ve already got working products that turn visitors into users and users into evangelists and paying customers. We’re looking for someone who wants to build distribution skills, armed with a marketing budget, a responsive and technically-savvy team, and products that users love.
If you’re a branding guru, already know we could make 5x as much money if we just changed our pricing, or are eager to tell our engineering team what to build the day you walk in the door, we'd like to introduce you to our competitors (they're hiring!) If you're thinking about how to get a million new installs through duct tape, great stories, hard work, and a few bucks here and there, we want to meet you ourselves! In other words, we’re looking for someone who wants to go out and do stuff even more than thinking up stuff to do.
Coding skills not required, but you should know your way around Excel.
Responsibilities will include:
While a resume and a good cover letter to email@example.com is all we can really ask, the job description calls for something with a bit more panache. Surprise us!