The Collaborate team gathers in Portland, Oregon to hash out some important product updates and enjoy each other's company. http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQQWH
Once a year the entire company gets together in something that we like to call the Meeting of the Minds. A great way to discuss the state of the company, meet new people, share ideas, and have some fun. http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQU8w
Network Ninja is a fully remote software development firm. Our case and event management apps are used across a variety of sectors, including non-profit social services and legal assistance agencies, along with the largest marketing firms in the world.
Launched in 1998, we're an established company focused on innovation, growth, and customer commitment.
We develop and maintain 3 diverse core products, and have significant expertise in each of their 3 sectors. While our applications can be delivered and used “out of the box”, we create them with flexibility and scalability in mind, and they’re frequently customized for each client’s needs.
: case management software for teams, generally used by non-profits and social services agencies. Enables staff to collectively work on a unified system to share case information and ensure that all clients are treated with the best care possible.
: case management software that enhances performance for non-profit legal aid agencies, university law schools, and public defenders. LegalServer’s cloud-based platform improves legal case handling and provides insights to legal staff and management to make more informed decisions faster.
Ditch the commute, the cubicle, and everything else that stinks about a traditional work environment. Join a team of talented, thoughtful people spread across the country that regularly gather in a beautiful place - just because it's fun.
Network Ninja is U.S.-based and 100% remote. East coast, west coast, or anywhere in between, you'll fit into our flexible, virtual environment.
We're a dynamic team that’s into things like running marathons, biking up mountains, rock climbing, brewing beer, traveling obsessively, and of course, building great software. Network Ninja is a place you can be yourself and let your talents shine.
I have been working at Network Ninja full-time (Less than a year)
The true measure of any company is in its people. Network Ninja is filled with friendly, talented, hardworking people, making it a joy to work here.
Everyone has a "team-first" mentality, so there's always help available when you need it. Management also makes sure to recognize individuals for their great work.
Working remotely is another huge plus. I have two young children at home, and my spouse works full time as well, so flexibility is very important to me.
In summary, Network Ninja well established, well run, and populated by people passionate about what they do. Software companies can sometimes be cold and impersonal, but I've found the exact opposite here - and I plan to stay for a long, long time.
Everyone is super busy because the company is growing.
Advice to Management
You've built something special here. Keep up the great work!
I applied online. The process took a week. I interviewed at Network Ninja (Chicago, IL) in February 2017.
After having found a job posting on Glassdoor for Network Ninja and doing my research, I decided that I really wanted to work at Network Ninja. For me it seemed like the perfect dream of a job. I first applied by sending a direct email to them from their website. Within days they were in contact with me. (Which is great because while I'm very patient, anticipation weighs on me!)
The interview process seemed pretty straight forward. There was the exchange of emails one of which included a small coding test, then there were two calls, both of which took place on Google Hangouts.
The coding test consisted of fixing and extending a bit of sample code to make a working solution.
The first call was basically to get an idea of who I was and what I was about. It lasted for roughly a half an hour and I felt very comfortable the entire time. The gentleman I spoke with was very nice and we had a generally up-beat conversion with a few laughs.
The second was more of a team based called where I spoke with the team that worked on the product I was interviewing for. There were a few technical questions, one of which was very specifically related to my solution for the code test. The rest of the interview was basically me being told about how the projects worked and how the workflow is.
A few days later I received and a kindly written email explaining that they chose another candidate (ouch, got me right in the dreams) But overall I'm still very happy I had the interview and very hopeful that something else might come my way from them in the future, To me Network Ninja seems like one of those companies that's full of great people who work from the heart. It seems like a place that's well worth a wait and determination.
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