We're Hiring!

GiveCampus is revolutionizing the way that schools raise money and engage their constituents. Our mission is to help schools advance the quality, the affordability, and the accessibility of education. We’re backed by some of the world’s top investors, including Y Combinator, and we’ve achieved 10X+ growth over the last two years. 1-2 new schools join our community every day, and we’re expanding our team to support their efforts and continue innovating. (You can read more about what we do, and how we do it, in The Washington Post.)
We’re looking for people who are hungry and want to have a huge impact. Hustlers who are willing to learn new things and who demonstrate extraordinary resourcefulness--who don’t believe in “impossible.” Problem solvers who take initiative, challenge assumptions, and think outside the box. Team players who take responsibility and never blame others.
We’re actively seeking candidates to fill the positions described below. If any sound like you, please send your resume and a quick note to careers@givecampus.com. We’re also always looking to hire amazing people, so if you’re interested in what we’re building and want to be a part of it, please send us a note even if none of the positions below are a perfect fit.
All positions are based in Washington, DC, or San Francisco, CA. Compensation includes competitive salary, a generous equity package, and a variety of other benefits.

ENGINEERING


FULL STACK ENGINEER

We are looking for a brilliant and energetic Full Stack Engineer to join GiveCampus and help us take the platform to the next level. This individual will be a key member of our team, making technical decisions that will shape the company’s future. We want someone who can hit the ground running with our stack and who loves to brainstorm, write code, create new features, and have a big impact.

Responsibilities will include:

  • Working on the full stack, from UI elements to database performance.
  • Building new features from start to finish and back end to front end, including architecture design, coding, testing, and supporting in production.
  • Tackling a wide variety of technical issues throughout our stack and contributing to all parts of the code base.

Key things we'll be looking for:

  • Functional, real world programming experience (vs. theoretical).
  • The ability to hold your own on the front end and the back end.
  • Experience with MVC frameworks such as Rails, Django, Pyramid, etc.
  • SQL database experience (PostgreSQL, MySQL, SQLite).
  • Experience with deployments to Heroku, AWS, or similar.
  • A track record of balancing fast-and-dirty and long-term code maintainability.

Extra credit if you have:

  • Deep expertise with Ruby/Ruby on Rails.
  • Experience with Postgres database administration.
  • Shipped code that has supported tens of thousands of users, including enterprise/business customers.
  • Experience in operations and how it pertains to site reliability/speed.
  • Familiarity with networking, caching, database, and how to triage issues.
  • Experience working on a fundraising/crowdfunding platform.
  • Experience working on a fintech or payments technology product.
  • A good eye for intuitive, user-friendly front end design.

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FRONT END ENGINEER / WEB DEVELOPER

We are looking for an engineer who lives for the front end. This individual will help define the GiveCampus user experience—and enhance it everyday. You will build new features, implement designs, and lead the evolution of our UX and UI. We are seeking a candidate with STRONG JavaScript, HTML5 and CSS3 experience, as well as experience building cross-browser compatible user experiences.

Responsibilities will include:

  • Enhancing and building out the GiveCampus UI and UX.
  • Continuously optimizing GiveCampus for use across a variety of devices.
  • Being the go-to-person for all things front-end (HTML, CSS, JavaScript, etc.).

Key things we'll be looking for:

  • Passion for creating unparalleled user experiences.
  • Attention to detail – including the details that most users won’t even notice.
  • Professional experience with front-end development.
  • Experience with CSS3 and css preprocessors SCSS, LESS, PostCSS, etc.
  • Strong understanding of vanilla JavaScript and ES6.
  • Experience with JavaScript Unit Testing frameworks
  • Experience building applications using various JavaScript frameworks, including ReactJS, VueJS.
  • Experience consuming RESTful web services via AJAX and JSON.
  • Strong experience with Git version control

Bonus points

  • Understanding of the Ruby on Rails web framework
  • Understanding of SQL

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PRODUCTION ENGINEER

We are looking for a scary-good production engineer. This individual will build out our infrastructure, create tools for automation, and ensure reliability, performance, and security.

Responsibilities will include:

  • Defining and creating a production stack to support scalable, stable, and super fast back-end services.
  • Developing a deep understanding of our infrastructure so that you can enhance its security, reliability, and performance.
  • Communicating the design, function, and operation of the production environment to anyone—in a language that they can understand.

Key things we'll be looking for:

  • Experience with a range of production activities.
  • A proven record of eliminating risks and, above all else, ensuring security and reliability.
  • Poise under pressure—we expect to test your skills with constant user growth.

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PRODUCT


DIRECTOR OF PRODUCT

GiveCampus Product Managers work with teams of engineers and designers to build products. We are looking for an experienced, entrepreneurial Senior Product Manager and a Director of Product to drive innovation and execute product initiatives across the company. These positions are full-time and based at our Washington, DC and San Francisco, CA offices. The selected candidates will work directly with our co-founders to shape the company’s product suite, product strategy, and product team.

Responsibilities:

  • Lead the ideation, technical development, and launch of innovative products
  • Engage GiveCampus users to generate insights and deep empathy
  • Establish shared vision across the company by building consensus on priorities leading to product execution
  • Drive product development with a team of world-class engineers and designers
  • Actively work with internal development teams to conduct gap analysis of different solutions (both internal and external) and identify the best path forward
  • Integrate usability studies, research and market analysis into product requirements to enhance donor satisfaction
  • Define and analyze metrics that inform the success of products
  • Understand GiveCampus’s strategic and competitive position and deliver products that are recognized as best-in-class
  • Maximize efficiency in a constantly evolving environment where the process is fluid and creative solutions are the norm
  • Synthesize product ideas from colleagues working in sales, partner success, marketing, and engineering

Minimum Qualifications

  • 5+ years product management or product design experience
  • Organizational and analytical skills
  • 5+ years of experience in technical architecture of web applications and/or media products

Bonus Skills

  • Experience with enterprise software and SaaS solutions
  • Experience with products in fintech, ecommerce, CRM, or related spaces
  • Experience building or managing teams

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SENIOR PRODUCT MANAGER

GiveCampus Product Managers work with teams of engineers and designers to build products. We are looking for an experienced, entrepreneurial Senior Product Manager and a Director of Product to drive innovation and execute product initiatives across the company. These positions are full-time and based at our Washington, DC and San Francisco, CA offices. The selected candidates will work directly with our co-founders to shape the company’s product suite, product strategy, and product team.

Responsibilities:

  • Lead the ideation, technical development, and launch of innovative products
  • Engage GiveCampus users to generate insights and deep empathy
  • Establish shared vision across the company by building consensus on priorities leading to product execution
  • Drive product development with a team of world-class engineers and designers
  • Actively work with internal development teams to conduct gap analysis of different solutions (both internal and external) and identify the best path forward
  • Integrate usability studies, research and market analysis into product requirements to enhance donor satisfaction
  • Define and analyze metrics that inform the success of products
  • Understand GiveCampus’s strategic and competitive position and deliver products that are recognized as best-in-class
  • Maximize efficiency in a constantly evolving environment where the process is fluid and creative solutions are the norm
  • Synthesize product ideas from colleagues working in sales, partner success, marketing, and engineering

Minimum Qualifications

  • 3+ years product management or product design experience
  • Organizational and analytical skills
  • 3+ years of experience in technical architecture of web applications and/or media products

Bonus Skills

  • Experience with enterprise software and SaaS solutions
  • Experience with products in fintech, ecommerce, CRM, or related spaces
  • Experience building or managing teams

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BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT


DIRECTOR OF BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT

GiveCampus is growing fast: we’ve achieved 10X+ growth in the last two years 1-2 new schools join our community every day. To support this growth and accelerate it moving forward, we’re looking for a Director of Business Development -- an all-star hustler who is comfortable wearing all sorts of hats. This person will work closely with our CEO to do whatever is necessary to grow the company. Responsibilities will be as diverse as they are broad: from marketing, to sales, to product management, to partner success, to strategy, to PR.

Key things we'll be looking for:

  • An extraordinary track record and a reputation for rolling up your sleeves and getting results. (We don’t care about the domain, the industry, or the subject matter.)
  • Outstanding resourcefulness and grit.
  • An engaging personality and a healthy sense of humor (e.g., someone we want to get stuck in an airport with).
  • At least 3 years of professional experience (or 1-year of post-MBA experience).

Extra credit if you have:

  • Customer-facing experience such as consulting, sales, account management, customer success, and/or customer support (bonus extra credit if this experience is related to SaaS products, B2B or enterprise sales, and/or the education or non-profit market).
  • Experience working in advancement/development or alumni relations at an educational institution or other non-profit.
  • Experience at a tech start-up, especially as a founder or early employee.
  • Experience with crowdfunding, peer-to-peer fundraising, or other fundraising activities.
  • Volunteered to help a school raise money or engage its alumni (e.g., as a “class agent”, “class chair/ambassador”, or “reunion committee member”).
  • Any of the key things we’re looking for in a Partner Success Lead and/or Sales Executive (see below), but those roles aren’t a perfect fit for you.

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BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT ASSOCIATE

GiveCampus is growing fast: we’ve achieved 10X+ growth in the last two years 1-2 new schools join our community every day. To support this growth and accelerate it moving forward, we’re looking for a Business Development Associate -- an all-star hustler who is comfortable wearing all sorts of hats. This person will work closely with the Director of Business Development and our CEO to do whatever is necessary to grow the company. Responsibilities will be as diverse as they are broad: from marketing, to sales, to product management, to partner success, to strategy, to PR.


Key things we'll be looking for:

  • An extraordinary track record and a reputation for rolling up your sleeves and getting results. (We don’t care about the domain, the industry, or the subject matter.)
  • An engaging personality and a healthy sense of humor (e.g., someone we want to get stuck in an airport with).
  • Outstanding resourcefulness and grit.

Extra credit if you have:

  • Customer-facing experience such as sales, account management, customer success, customer support, and/or consulting (bonus extra credit if this experience is related to SaaS products, B2B or enterprise sales, and/or the education or non-profit market).
  • Experience working in advancement/development or alumni relations at an educational institution or other non-profit.
  • Experience at a tech start-up.
  • Experience with crowdfunding, peer-to-peer fundraising, or other fundraising activities.
  • Volunteered to help a school raise money or engage its alumni (e.g., as a “class agent”, “class chair/ambassador”, or “reunion committee member”).
  • Any of the key things we’re looking for in a Partner Success Lead and/or Sales Executive (see below), but those roles aren’t a perfect fit for you.

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PARTNER SUCCESS


PARTNER SUCCESS LEAD

At GiveCampus, we don’t just provide schools with awesome technology. We actively partner with them to make sure they get maximum value from that technology. And we invest heavily in gathering and sharing data and analytics, best practices, and lessons learned.

We are searching for a top-notch Partner Success Lead to enhance and expand these efforts. This person will own all elements of the GiveCampus partner experience: product, process, and everything in between. They will be a core part of our team and serve as the primary interface for schools using GiveCampus. Broadly speaking, they will be in charge of optimizing schools’ use of GiveCampus, partner renewal/retention, and supporting the expansion of partnerships over time.

Responsibilities will include:

  • Onboarding new partners: Understanding their needs and requirements, the priorities and pain points they want to address, what they want to achieve, and how they will measure success; and familiarizing them with GiveCampus, the benefits of specific features/functionality, and how other schools use the platform.
  • Helping schools set up and run campaigns on GiveCampus; proactively sharing best practices; and, when appropriate, engaging schools to prevent sub-optimal results.
  • Producing content to educate schools about GiveCampus capabilities, the value of specific features and functionality, and examples of how schools can benefit from them (e.g., knowledge base articles/blog posts, newsletters, in-product “How to” guides, FAQs, and training materials).
  • Tracking and analyzing partner usage of GiveCampus, success rates/trends, and satisfaction; engaging partners accordingly and modifying processes to improve outcomes in all of these areas (e.g., to increase platform usage) and minimize churn.
  • Implementing an efficient system for communicating with partners and tracking those communications.
  • Gathering feedback from schools and collaborating with our designers and engineers to translate this feedback into platform enhancements, new features, etc. (Note: The Partner Success Lead will play a significant role in shaping our product roadmap.)
  • Conducting periodic (~quarterly) reviews with each partner to understand their evolving needs and priorities and ensure that they are getting their expected value out of GiveCampus.
  • Generating intellectual capital regarding GiveCampus and digital fundraising and engagement writ large (e.g., best practices, lessons learned, data/analytics, etc.); managing distribution of this intellectual capital to our partners.
  • Working closely with our sales team to maximize renewal/retention and make partners aware of new opportunities as we expand our product and services.
  • Working closely with our marketing team to ensure our marketing strategy is aligned with the key value our partners derive from GiveCampus; identifying success stories for testimonials and case studies that highlight this value.

Key things we'll be looking for:

  • An engaging personality, a healthy sense of humor, and exceptional people skills (e.g., someone we want to get stuck in an airport with).
  • Customer-facing experience such as sales, account management, customer success, customer support, and/or consulting (extra credit if this experience is related to SaaS products, B2B or enterprise sales, and/or the education or non-profit market).
  • Empathy and exceptional listening skills--you need to be able to get to the bottom of all sorts of questions.
  • The ability to communicate clearly and concisely, including when explaining new technology or unfamiliar concepts.
  • An appreciation for the critical importance of EVERY interaction.
  • Keen attention to detail and an obsession with providing delightful partner experiences.

Extra credit if you have:

  • Experience working in advancement/development or alumni relations at an educational institution or other non-profit.
  • Experience at a tech start-up.
  • Experience with crowdfunding, peer-to-peer fundraising, or other fundraising activities.
  • Volunteered to help a school raise money or engage its alumni (e.g., as a “class agent”, “class chair/ambassador”, or “reunion committee member”).
  • Experience with customer relationship management (CRM) software such as Salesforce, Sugar CRM, or Close.io.

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SALES


SALES EXECUTIVE

GiveCampus is growing rapidly: we’ve achieved 10X+ growth in the last two years 1-2 new schools join our community every day. But we want to grow faster, so we’re searching for our first Sales Executive to take things to the next level. This person will own the entire sales cycle: from prospecting and lead generation to negotiating and closing deals. (Note: Compensation will include bonus/commission.)

Responsibilities will include:

  • Signing up tons of new schools to use GiveCampus.
  • Refining our sales process and the way we track and analyze our pipeline.
  • Conducting “cold” outreach to schools around the country.
  • Delivering product demos and enhancing the content and structure of those demos as GiveCampus evolves.
  • Attending conferences and industry events to pitch GiveCampus to prospective partners.
  • Collaborating with our Marketing team to increase awareness of and inbound demand for GiveCampus.
  • Collaborating with our Partner Success team to expand our partnerships with schools over time and maximize renewal.
  • Working closely with the CEO to refine business/growth strategy based on insights from the sales process.
  • Taking what you learn from the sales process to inform product development; working with our designers and engineers to ensure they are up to speed with emerging needs and requirements.

Key things we will be looking for:

  • A proven sales record (extra credit if you’ve sold SaaS products, sold B2B/enterprise, and/or sold to schools).
  • An extraordinary capacity to think on your feet and manage tough questions from prospective new partners.
  • An engaging personality, a healthy sense of humor, and exceptional people skills (e.g., someone we want to get stuck in an airport with).
  • An uncanny capacity to break the ice, to quickly isolate what somebody needs (and how you/GiveCampus can meet that need), and to cut to the chase and close.
  • Ninja-level negotiating skills; the ability to focus prospects on value, not cost.
  • Experience with customer relationship management (CRM) software such as Salesforce, Sugar CRM, or Close.io.

Extra credit if you have:

  • A reference who tells us they bought something they wouldn’t have purchased if not for you, or something they weren’t planning to purchase until you sold them on it.
  • Experience as one of the first salespeople at a start-up.
  • Helped scale a sales team.
  • Experience working in advancement/development or alumni relations at an educational institution or other non-profit.
  • Experience at a tech start-up.
  • Experience with crowdfunding, peer-to-peer fundraising, or other fundraising activities.
  • Volunteered to help a school raise money or engage its alumni (e.g., as a “class agent”, “class chair/ambassador”, or “reunion committee member”).

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EXECUTIVE


EXECUTIVE ASSISTANT TO THE CEO

GiveCampus is looking for an experienced Executive Assistant (EA). The EA will directly support the CEO and be responsible for a wide range of duties. The ideal candidate will be highly responsive, organized, proactive, and comfortable working autonomously and calmly in a fast-paced environment. This position is based in Washington, DC.

Responsibilities will include:

  • Supporting the CEO to ensure seamless execution of plans, avoid scheduling conflicts, and keep the CEO on time and on task.
  • Acting as gatekeeper to the CEO and prioritizing matters efficiently. The EA will develop a deep understanding of the CEO’s agenda and be a strategic partner in focusing the CEO’s time. As part of this, the EA will be responsible for managing the CEO’s schedule and calendar and all aspects of the CEO’s travel. The EA will be expected to effectively prioritize competing and sometimes conflicting requests for the CEO’s time and attention.
  • Building relationships across the company and liaising with team members to execute against the CEO’s agenda and priorities.
  • Collaborating with other GiveCampus staff to ensure the CEO is prepared for all meetings, calls, events, and appearances.
  • Reviewing, filtering, and prioritizing the CEO’s email and other correspondence (e.g. phone calls); assisting the CEO in responding to certain correspondence; and highlighting critical or time-sensitive issues for the CEO.
  • Attending select meetings with the CEO, taking notes, identifying follow-up actions, and delegating tasks to appropriate team members.
  • Upholding a high level of discretion and confidentiality.
  • Managing a variety of special projects for the CEO.
  • Other duties as assigned, including day-to-day administrative needs and occasional Personal Assistant responsibilities.
  • Note: Long hours are sometimes required.

Requirements:

  • 3+ years experience and 1+ years directly supporting a C-level executive(s) or equivalent (e.g., senior government officials).
  • Advanced understanding of Microsoft Suite, Google Apps, and teleconferencing applications.
  • Exceptional written and verbal communication skills.
  • Strong organizational, project management, and problem solving skills with impeccable multi-tasking abilities.
  • Strong interpersonal skills.
  • Friendly demeanor and a temperament to communicate with a variety of personalities in a tactful, pleasant, and professional manner.
  • Proactively identifies needs without being asked.
  • BONUS: Experience working for a Technology company, an interest in startups, and/or a passion for education

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