When you work at Snapfish, you join a team of passionate, fun-loving innovators. As a group, we know we’re all in this together and are dedicated to helping each other flourish—personally and professionally. We also enjoy a number of great benefits:
Brand New Office – Our new pond in San Francisco is vibrant and bright, matching the positive spirit of our brand. Plus, it’s filled to the brim with advanced technology and ergonomically designed workstations.
Great Location – Our front door is just steps from BART and MUNI stations in downtown San Francisco, as well as within casting distance to coffee shops, restaurants, watering holes, take-out joints, the post office, and shops where you can find everyday essentials like foul weather gear. When we’re not swapping fish stories, we’re enjoying the great outdoors on our beautiful roof deck.
Work-Life Balance – We believe in a work well, live well approach to meet your needs. Additionally, we have a flexible Fish (Work) From Home policy.
Core Benefits – Health, dental, and matching 401K plans are part of our standard compensation package.
Free Nibbles – From fresh fruit to yogurt to potato chips, fish food is provided.
Employee Welfare – We believe in supporting your health and happiness, inside the office and out. For example, our Wellness Committee works to develop and maintain a positive work environment.
Gym Membership – Tackle cardio and weight workouts at the gym in the building—it’s free!
Product Discounts – Enjoy deep sea discounts on everything we make.
Our headquarters may be in San Francisco, California, but we are spreading the joy of Snapfish all over the country and throughout the world.
From engineers to executive assistants to project managers, we hire all kinds of people for all kinds of jobs here at Snapfish. In addition, we celebrate diversity in all its forms. Take a look at are current openings. There might be something just right for you.
You love your photos. So do we. Here’s are just a few of the reasons we love what we do here at Snapfish.
“This year I was put in charge of making the yearbook for my son’s 5th grade class. It turned out to be quite a lot of work but the results made it all worthwhile. The books look fabulous and all the parents loved them. Thank you Snapfish for making this an affordable endeavor.”
Elaina—Brand Art Director and Awesome Yearbook Maker
“A lady dying of cancer contacted me because she wanted her photos printed larger so she could have them displayed at her wake. She mailed me the originals and I scanned them and printed them in the 8x10 size she requested. Then I sent them back to her. Not only did I receive a thank you note from her but a Christmas Card as well. It broke my heart but made me feel good at the same time to help this woman in her time of need.”
Taylor—Corporate Escalation Specialist
“To help our customers, we often check large orders before they print to make sure there are no mistakes. Not long ago, a huge order of photo books for a non-profit came in. The book was beautifully designed. Unfortunately, there were also a few very noticeable typos. We contacted the customer, had her fix the mistakes, and then printed the order successfully. She looked good and the non-profit was able to obtain additional donations. It was a good day.”
John—Worldwide Head of Customer Service
"In 2015, Snapfish participated in the Bay Area Book Fair where we got to hang out with the community and talk directly to customers about creating and sharing their stories through our photo books. We also partnered with Berkeley United in Literacy Development (BUILD), a program that helps mentor students in grades K-6 to improve their core literacy skills. We helped publish their original artwork in the form of a story which encouraged kids to get excited and stay engaged in the college readiness process. We were so excited to see it all come together when the book was read aloud at the Bay Area Book Fair to a roomful of families. Copies were given to all 500 of BUILD’s mentees and also handed out at the book fair."
Marissa—Campaign Marketing Manager
I have been working at Snapfish full-time (More than 8 years)
The new CEO is invigorating the company–he's down-to-earth and has great ideas, but keeps the customer first and foremost (key for an eCommerce site). Some changes have happened and there are more to come, but it's moving in a positive direction.
Nothing to complain about.
I applied online. I interviewed at Snapfish (San Francisco, CA) in March 2017.
I was contacted by the recruiter for a phone screen and we scheduled an appointment. The recruiter was a no show at the phone screen, replied to my email 8 hours later, and asked to reschedule the next day. She then was a no show again to the phone screen and I never heard from the recruiter again. Not a good first impression of the company.
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