Another 10 awesome careers pages

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Here at Greenhouse, we love helping companies get better at hiring, and we have the privilege of working with some pretty impressive customers. One of the perks of working with such amazing companies is that we get to see how those at the head of the pack are setting up their careers pages. In the past, we put together a list of 10 Awesome Careers Pages and 10 More Careers Pages, but it’s been a while. So, to keep things fresh and exciting, we’d like to introduce another 10 Awesome Careers Pages.


This bicoastal digital agency showcases their personal style on their careers page with cute copy (“Our weaknesses are team meals, happy hours (and hours), and karaoke. So... much... karaoke…”) and their latest Instagram posts.

Kettle website career page

Secret Escapes

UK-based Secret Escapes caters to the budget-minded jetsetter with its flash sales on four- and five-star holidays. Their careers page is an escape unto itself, chock-full of videos, photos, and quizzes so you really get to know the company culture before you even apply.

Street Escapes website career page

Pindrop Security

Pindrop uses their careers page to not only highlight their unique work culture and awesome slate of benefits, but to showcase the allure of their HQ location, Atlanta. Check out the gorgeous photos of local food and attractions.

Pindrop Security website career page


Budapest and San Francisco-based presentation software Prezi showcases each of their offices with gorgeous photos, and it’s easy to search by department by choosing the appropriate icon (love the “lifesaver” that represents the customer success team!).

Prezi website career page


Chicago-based parking app SpotHero’s careers page is packed with personality, including employee quotes lifted directly from their Glassdoor page, “Humble Brags” celebrating the company’s accolades, and photos that give you a glimpse into the office (and its abundance of parking-related puns).

SpotHero website career page


This New York City-based job platform for recent grads uses the careers page to offer a quick version of its company history, plus a hoverboard-powered office tour and a music video explaining their services. What’s not to love?

WayUp website career page


Managing multiple offices on your careers page can be a challenge, but gaming company BigPoint makes it look easy by allowing applicants to easily search openings across their four European locations by department or office.

BigPoint website career page


Many companies say their talent is their greatest asset, but Edmonton and Austin-based Granify demonstrates it by featuring interviews with “Granifites” prominently on their careers page along with an overview of their perks and current openings.

Granify website career page


Does being a security intelligence company mean your careers page has to be boring? Not if you’re Boulder-based LogRhythm. Their careers page includes fun videos that showcase company culture, including the “tube to work” tradition.

LogRhythm website career page


San Francisco and Tel Aviv-based HoneyBook makes it easy to see yourself at their company since their careers page features snapshots of the teammates you'd be working with in various departments. You can also learn more about each department and the work they do in order to get a better idea of where you'd fit in.

HoneyBook website career page
Melissa Suzuno

Melissa Suzuno

is a freelance writer and former Content Marketing Manager at Greenhouse. Melissa previously built out the content marketing programs at Parklet (an onboarding and employee experience solution) and AfterCollege (a job search resource for recent grads), so she's made it a bit of a habit to help people get excited about and invested in their work. Find Melissa on Twitter and LinkedIn.