Part of what makes Neverware such a special place is our shared commitment to the company and its culture. We believe that work shouldn't just be a place where you don't mind coming in every day. It should be a place where you like coming in every day.
Like most companies, we have a set of values upon which our culture is built. Honesty and transparency is the one we talk about the most because it's the one we all try to live by, in everything we do here: With each other. With our customers and partners. In our work and our product.
(And, of course, that extends to being honest about how much fun we have working here.)
Each candidate undergoes two phone screens. The goal of the first is for us to gain an understanding of your professional background, and—equally importantly—to inform you about Neverware and how the role will function within the organization. On the second call, we discuss your experience and professional interests in more detail as they relate to the position.
Neverware’s own twist on the take-home test can take different forms depending on the role, but in all cases, we’ll ask you to solve a problem and present those results to an interested audience via a video call. Here, we want to see how you work.
In this stage, we’ll invite you to our office to do a deep-dive through your resume and professional experience. We believe that past success predicts future success, and this stage is focused on identifying what has shaped you as a professional to this point.
Following a successful Top Grade, we'll ask you back to the office to meet some other team members in a more informal setting. This stage will be broken into two parts: the first will be an opportunity to speak with team members with whom you'd work closely to gain an understanding of what life in the role will be like. The second part will have you step out of the office with a few more Neverware members in an Ask-Us-Anything session. Here you would be expected to prepare questions for the team regarding the company, culture, or anything else that’s important to you in your job search.
After the interview process, and prior to an offer, we conduct a comprehensive reference check. We consider this stage equally important to prior stages, and will ask you for a list of 4-7 references we'd like to speak with. At this point we're excited about you as a candidate and want to hear the same excitement from people you've worked with, and worked for, in the past.
Flexible working hours
Set your schedule according to how you work best.
Take the time you need to be your best, most productive self.
Health & retirement
Choose the medical, dental & vision insurance plans that make sense for you now, while planning for the future via our 401(k) plan.
We provide a monthly reimbursement to cover a portion of your membership fee.
Team activities & events
Once a month, we head out of the office early—sometimes to volunteer, sometimes to hit happy hour or play shuffleboard.
Game nights & movie nights
Each month, we have both a game night and a movie night in the office, with snacks and drinks.
Snacks & beverages
Snacks abound (both healthy and not-so-much), as do drinks: coffee, soda, seltzer, tea, and of course a keg.
We want you to be invested in the company’s success, so all employees get equity in the form of stock options.