We offer full-time, ongoing, and 100% remote contract opportunities.
We want our team to feel recharged and able to disconnect throughout the year. Take the time you need and we'll be excited to see you on Slack when you're back.
Personal Development Fund
For you to grow each year. What would you do with $1,000 every year? We can't wait to see how you invest in yourself, because we know how much you invest in us as a company.
Clevertech Gives Back
Three times a year we have fun ways to give back to you, and your comunitites. It's important for us to celebrate our Cleverpeople and the things that matter most to them.
We want everyone at Clevertech to grow in their roles, careers, and as a person. Because of that we offer the following: Leadership Training, Habit Building, and Trainings.
Awesome Culture and Community
We have different ways to help you stay connected to Clevertech, and your co-workers. Swag, newsletters, and book clubs are only a few to look forward to.
Tenure Based Rewards
We can't give away all of our secrets here, but stay with Clevertech long enough, you'll have a month long sabbatical on us :)
We have a list of books that have helped us all become better leaders and Cleverpeople. Plus, who doesn't like to talk books with their co-workers?
100% remote, a month of PTO, & the personal development stipend are the most important to me.
No benefits, and people will complain if you take the ~8 days of PTO you get a year.
Clevertech offers 10 days per year plus 6 US holidays as paid time off
Apart from the obvious work from home, nothing.
Lots of flexibility is a real pro, con would be that communication can be a bit of an issue if the team is not used to doing things remote.
2 days of vacation per month, but common stuff as christmas, new year, sick days and time to attend conferences has to come out of this allowance.
No actual benefits. There is only the paid off time but that's normal.
The worst thing about the benefits package is that it essentially doesn't exist. There is PTO, which accrues 1 hour for every hour you work past 160 in any given month. Beyond that, there are essentially no benefits. No health insurance, no disability insurance, no retirement plan, nothing.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.