Working at CommandBar means building beautiful, fast software and working side-by-side with some of the world’s most forward-thinking software companies to help them solve a variety of user experience problems. We are obsessed with helping humans get more done with computers, and we measure success in terms of the number of users we help.
Our team previously built products and strategy at places like Amazon, Twitter, McKinsey, Nest, Auth0, and Bain Capital. We’ve raised $24M from investors including Insight Ventures, Itai Tsiddon, Thrive Capital, YCombinator, and BoxGroup.
At CommandBar, we believe it is critical to our success to build a team that reflects the diversity and nuance of the end users we serve. To achieve that, we’re building a recruiting process that enables us to find team members that bring a diversity of ages, races, ethnicities, abilities, sexualities, nationalities, gender identities, socioeconomic backgrounds, and political views.
We’re looking to bring on board team members who are as excited as we are about crafting unforgettable software, want to work hard to have impact measured in billions of users, and will actively participate in shaping a culture that helps everyone thrive and contribute.
You’re probably really talented. Why should you take your talents to CommandBar? Here are reasons we think working with us is uniquely high impact — on the world and your career.
Our ratio of impact on the world is high (and we intend to keep it that way).
There is a lot of room to grow and lead teams (if you’re into that) as we scale. A lot of the roles that we are hiring for are the first in the function so you’ll need to bring 0 to 1 energy.
The team we’ve assembled so far is world-class — talented, curious, kind, and obsessed with building delightful, fast, simple software.
The main reasons for joining CommandBar are belief in our product and the opportunities for growth described above. That said, our benefits are pretty sweet 🙂 Overall, we believe in benefits that respect individual choice and reflect the fact that optimizing your life outside of work leads to better performance at work.
The salary range for this role is $110,000 - $140,000.
Our benefits include:
Flexible PTO with a 3 week minimum
Fully covered medical, dental, and vision insurance for you, and 50% for your dependents
12 weeks parental leave for all parents
401k with matching
A learning and development budget
A generous 'Make Your Life Easier' stipend
A home office budget
3x/year all together including 2 onsites at our office in San Francisco and 1 offsite at a fun location!
Content marketing @ CommandBar
Our customers rely on CommandBar to deliver a reliable and delightful experience for their end users. As a content marketer at CommandBar, here are some of the things you’ll get to do:
Design content marketing strategies that (1) tell our story and shape our brand, (2) create actually-useful content that will help product builders of all descriptions build delightful, useful software. That might be for the blog, social media, newsletters, or to support Account-based Marketing efforts. Examples include:
Manage an editorial calendar, keeping a solid cadence and sticking to deadlines.
Edit, proofread, and improve existing content, optimizing it for SEO.
What will help you succeed?
Experience writing for the following audiences: product, product marketing, and customer success.
An interest in product marketing as well as content marketing (we really like our product and enjoy talking about it)
A high level of creativity, attention to detail, and project management skills.
Hands-on experience with SEO and web traffic metrics.
An editorial mindset with an ability to understand and write compelling, actionable content for our core audiences.
Experience working with Content Management systems like WordPress, Ghost, and Webflow.
The ability to edit and create supporting imagery using a template or asset library in Figma or similar software is a plus.
Can I try out how CommandBar works?
You can see some examples of how CommandBar works here: https://www.commandbar.com/guides
What's the interview process like?
First, you’ll complete an application and include some writing samples.
Next, we’ll ask you to complete a (paid) project that will involve some sample writing.
After that, we’ll schedule several interviews with multiple team members across the company.