New York City · Full Time · $80K – $100K · 0.0% – 0.01%
We're looking for a people operations / recruiting generalist to manage AngelList's day-to-day recruiting operations.
This position is awesome because:
1. AngelList builds the tools that companies use to recruit. You'll quickly become a recruiting / people operations expert.
2. AngelList is growing, and there's an opportunity to own people operations long-term, or transition over to one of our product teams.
The day-to-day of the job consists of
* helping us source and communicate with candidates, both technical and nontechnical
* communicating with candidates as they pass through our pipeline
* coordinating with our team internally regarding interviews and hiring needs
* providing product feedback to our Talent teams
* Fast learner
* Amazing EQ / communication skills
* Nice to have: any sort of technical background (computer science education, coding bootcamp graduate, built out some sort of product)
* Nice to have: HR experience
* Not as important: recruiting experience
This job will start out as a 3-6 month trial contract, with the goal of converting to an FT hire thereafter.
San Francisco · Full Time · $120K – $150K · 0.06% – 0.2%
Bring AngelList's powerful investing and recruiting tools to an entirely new audience. As our Mobile Lead, you'll create the vision for how AngelList conquers the mobile space, architect and build mobile apps and sites, assemble a team to make your plan a reality, and grow our mobile user base.
This is a TECHNICAL role for someone with a strong mobile background and keen PRODUCT sense. If you've launched mobile applications and made them a household name, and want to do it again, this role is for you.
Create a strategy and roadmap for making AngelList products successful on mobile devices.
Build a scalable mobile architecture, and get apps quickly in the hands of our users.
Work with our designers to understand our users and strategically guide product decisions.
Take responsibility for the code you own and improve our codebase with your presence.
Build a team to make your vision a reality.
Ship every day.
An experienced Mobile Developer with deep product and user growth experience.
Comfortable getting your hands dirty, working on both front-end and back-end mobile technologies.
Excited to move fast and know how to prioritize and make critical decisions.
Unafraid to own your mistakes and directly support users.
You have started something on your own before - a startup, an open-source project, something else.
You can write FizzBuzz blindfolded in under 3 minutes (and if you don’t know what FizzBuzz is, you’re curious enough to look it up).
San Francisco, New York City · Contract · $70K – $100K · No Equity
At AngelList, we believe startups can change the world. We’re hiring our first support engineer to help set founders, candidates, and investors up for success.
Be on the frontlines of a rapidly growing company at the center of the startup ecosystem.
Interface with our customers to provide prompt and thorough support.
Diagnose ongoing issues and proactively fix bugs.
Develop tools and features to make supporting our customers easier and more efficient.
Take responsibility for the code you own and improve our codebase with your presence.
Quick to learn new code and able to spot problems quickly.
An excellent communicator, both verbally and in writing.
This is a contract position. Candidates local to SF or NYC are preferred.
San Francisco · Full Time · $150K – $175K · 0.2% – 0.2%
AngelList is looking for a securities lawyer to help us expand and grow our online fundraising business.
This isn't a normal GC position, as almost all of the work will be related to securities law. We actually think it is more core to AngelList's business than a pure GC.
Not only will you work at the largest online fundraising company in the business... you'll actually help shape the future of securities law.
Why this position is awesome:
* We work with Congress (http://financialservices.house.gov/uploadedfiles/hhrg-114-ba16-wstate-klaws-20160414.pdf) and the SEC (https://techcrunch.com/2013/08/17/sec-fundraising-rules/) to help establish the future of online fundraising.
* Our last securities lawyer is now the founder of AngelList's crowdfunding spin-out site, Republic.
* You'll be working directly with engineers, designers, and an operations / compliance team, most of whom have been former startup founders themselves.
We expect candidates to have:
* A demonstrated passion for securities law.
* 3-10 years of experience working in securities law.
* Law degree from a top school.
* A mindset for operating in vague, new areas of the law.
What you'll do:
* Support engineering and operations team in designing compliant products / policies, specifically (506c/506b distinctions, structuring of investments, generating legal docs).
* Help us stay compliant; interact with regulators.
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