What students need to know about working at a startup.

February 20th, 2013 by Rleenaerts

We ran across a great article today from Forbes that informs college students on how to land a great job at a startup.  We have over 14,ooo startup jobs on the site today, so this is useful information!  Enjoy the article then come back to search for your dream job.   http://www.forbes.com/sites/danwoods/2013/02/15/what-students-really-need-to-learn-to-get-a-startup-job/

Uber’s Fare Playing Field

December 20th, 2012 by Rleenaerts

Disruption moves this world forward-even when, especially when, it challenges the status quo. If you’re reading this almost instantly on your computer, it’s because broadband disrupted dial-up. If you’re reading this on your mobile device or laptop you can thank cellular for disrupting landlines. Check our our new blog discussing startups like Uber who are [...]

The art of a good job post, or, Garbage out- Garbage In!

December 10th, 2012 by Rleenaerts

Our newest blog by CEO Steve Roberson is on Huffington Post today : 7 Tips for Writing a Job Post That Gets Results. Be sure to check it out. http://www.huffingtonpost.com/steve-roberson/7-tips-for-writing-a-job-_b_2258175.html We discuss the importance of companies writing a good job post if they want to attract great candidates, but it still remains that candidates need [...]

3 Traits VCs Look for in a Director of Marketing

December 7th, 2012 by Rleenaerts

We have a guest blog today  that highlights a few key traits that VCs look for in a Director of Marketing. Please enjoy the post and be sure to look for your own marketing jobs at StartUpHire! A lot of startups out there are seeking venture capital funding. In order to secure that funding, however, it’s necessary [...]

My Experience at Firefly: What It’s Like to Intern at an Early Stage Startup

November 19th, 2012 by Rleenaerts

By: Nick Kowalski There are a lot of blogs and articles out there about what it’s like to work at a startup, but I don’t feel like any really convey the experience I have had at Firefly.  That’s not to say that they’re not valuable.  Blogs like Danielle Small’s provide great condensed, organized points. Unfortunately, for those [...]

Hiring for Startups: 10 Clear Markers For a Great Fit

November 15th, 2012 by Rleenaerts

By: Sheraan Amod Founder & CEO of  Personera.com Building a strong team is one of the most important directives of a founder. There are many facets to this, but the most obvious and beneficial one is hiring the right people. We’ve recently made some new hires at Personera, and the process made me aware of [...]

Going after “B’ talent

November 14th, 2012 by Rleenaerts

By : Steve Roberson Companies should settle for “B” talent. After all, the mismatched labor market that we’ve been working with for some time is extremely tight. They can’t realistically expect to fill their company with “A” talent. Companies should bring on the “B” talent and get to work. That’s what I recently overheard a [...]

An actual (real) startup life

November 6th, 2012 by Rleenaerts

A new TV show just premiered on Bravo featuring a “real-world” look into startup life in the valley. We’ll leave you to your own opinion as to how actual this representation is, but in the mean time we thought we’d do our best in the following weeks to provide you with your own (very real) [...]

Myths And Misconceptions About Working for a Startup

September 18th, 2012 by Rleenaerts

By: Joe Payne As a recruiter specializing in early stage companies (aka startups), candidates give me a lot of reasons they don’t want to work at one. Some of their reasons are valid – most are not. I’d like to dispel some of the misconceptions (and confirm some truths) about early stage companies. Here are [...]

Unlocking Your Golden (Stock Options) Handcuffs

September 11th, 2012 by Rleenaerts

As you can see from the job postings here at StartupHire, there are a lot of opportunities out there at companies other than your current company. Even if your company has high potential, perhaps you don’t have an ideal situation with your current boss, or you’ve hit the ceiling on your equity compensation potential, or [...]