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15 days ago

Support Genius

LevelUp Boston, MA

The Support Genius will serve as the initial point of contact in supporting all facets of the LevelUp platform: users, merchants and internal teams… Beyond.com

30+ days ago

.Net Software Engineer

LevelUp Boston, MA

3+ years experience in C# with .NET and Visual Studio * Experience with source control tools, especially Git and GitHub * Effective prioritization… Beyond.com

30+ days ago

Ruby on Rails Developer

LevelUp Boston, MA

The Engineering team includes 30 contributors spread across five teams: Design, Mobile, Platform, POS, and Whitelabel. We take pride in the utility… Beyond.com

12 days ago

Strategic Account Executive

LevelUp Boston, MA

The Strategic Account Executive will be responsible for delivering LevelUps message to the most progressive brands in the foodservice space in order… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

.Net Software Engineer @ LevelUp

LevelUp Boston, MA

The Engineering team includes 30 contributors spread across five teams: Design, Mobile, Platform, Integrations, and Whitelabel. We take pride in the… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Senior Mobile Developer (iOS)

LevelUp Boston, MA

• Bachelor degree in Computer Science or equivalent experience. What you could learn working with us! • Experience working… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Mobile Developer (Android)

LevelUp Boston, MA

Our team is looking for an Android Engineer who is self-direct and passionate about innovation and mobile technologies. This position will develop… Glassdoor

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    Very exciting product, great people, office culture, and benefits. Good place to work & getting better, but not perfect.

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    Former Employee - Enterprise Sales Executive in Boston, MA
    Former Employee - Enterprise Sales Executive in Boston, MA

    I worked at LevelUp full-time (more than 3 years)


    You can expect a great work-life balance, fun office outings/events, great perks (full espresso machine, blender, snacks, fresh fruits, catered lunches, all the food/drink you could want), and strong benefits surrounded by young, ambitious, interesting group of people/friends. If you don't like having a high-touch management experience and like the independence of knowing what your goals are and being given the freedom to do what it takes to make it happen, you'll love it at LevelUp. Pretty fast-paced, ever changing product/pricing/marketing, etc which keeps things exciting. HR manager is amazing & is a great resource to help you get your feet under you. Good-sized company. You'll do very well if you're ambitious, not afraid to ask questions, and live by a personal credo "Ask for forgiveness, not for permission." Change/responsibility tends to be given when it is directly asked for, not proactively given. **some of this is more advise. There's a tremendous alumni community as LevelUp tends to hire smart, driven, and (athletic) people. Expect opportunities to do 200 mile relay races, run in zombie races, rock climb, learn how to build 3D printers, share good music, etc.
    It's also a pretty LGBTQ-friendly office.
    - Generally it's an exciting time to be at LevelUp as the leader in the space that could soon explode, and my primary reason for leaving was for a larger change in career path.


    - Currently the product direction is pretty top-down.
    - - > Structural changes or product roadmap additions are slow to happen when suggested bottom-up
    - Sales team is pretty unstructured with hands-off management style. Pro/con depending on your style. I work fairly independently, but would have been nice to have more structure to the team and sales process/organization.
    - Not very transparent around larger decisions being made, firings, financing, etc., but slowly getting better.
    - Could be more active/proactive focus placed on personal/professional growth.

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    Would be nice if more attention were paid to focusing on personal growth objectives and placing good people in positions that make employees happy and keep good people even if it means making positions and being getting creative. I think part of it is just that senior mgmt is overly busy at times & needs to focus more on managing.

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