Summary: Redbubble relies on artists to keep their business going but has also created a fun work environment to bring talented employees to their team.
Working for a global online marketplace where individuals can creatively express their artist talents. The marketplace allows for artists to sell their designs easily on items like t-shirts and home décor. Customers can then browse and buy the items. Redbubble also promotes admiring and discussing art.
There are two main offices for Redbubble – one in San Francisco and another in Melbourne, Australia but they have been expanding to Europe as well. They gladly support relocating qualified candidates to their place of origin in Australia, even providing relocation benefits.
They advertise that they have over a million happy customers and over 50,000 selling artists in 155 countries. Redbubble prides itself on being about individualism so they look for employees that are independent but can collaborate together as a team. Some of the positions they are looking for are interns as well as the traditional employee.
The traditional positions in Melbourne include design director, product insights analyst, tech lead, software engineer infrastructure, and junior full-stack software engineer. The San Francisco job is left open as an “enter dream job here.” They want candidates to convince the company that they need to create a position just for them. They want someone who pushes the envelope, draws outside the lines, and thinks differently.
Some of the perks that come with a job at Redbubble are extremely generous paid time off, medical dental and vision coverage, flex spending accounts with a 401(K) to match, monthly wellness stipend for a gym or massage, monthly commuter benefit, social events at the office, and a fully-stocked kitchen and coffee bar.
Be sure to have a LinkedIn profile ready to go because Redbubble is all about the internet and social media to spread the word about their business.
Photo: blog.redbubble.comRedbubble Supports Artists and Jobs by Amanda Griffin