Our mission is to help professionals manage their social media with more consistency and in less time.
We all have the power to act in the best interest of the business, whether that’s by advocating for fundamental changes in how we operate or by making incremental improvements to a process. We’re responsible first and foremost to our business performance and to our collective goals. You’re the bottom line for your own role and outcomes, but you’re not there alone.
✅ If you're unsure about a decision, ask for input but take responsibility for making the call.
✅ Focus on the most direct path to the outcome! Don't wait around for permission to take that path. Take the lead and ask the right questions along the way.
✅ Remember that consensus isn't required for every decision — but accountability is.
We recognize that everybody, together, contributes to the organization. Everybody we interact with — coworkers in our department, outside of our department, vendors, service providers, and our users — is on our side and we’re on theirs. We’re all a part of each other’s success, and we’re responsible for the company together. This means we remember our shared goals, treat everybody with respect, and look out for each other’s well being.
✅ Take the time to look past your immediate role or department for the biggest shared win possible with every action you're taking.
✅ Hold yourself accountable for your own actions and decisions, not just to your department and boss, but to individuals across the whole company.
We exist in an environment where change happens fast and can come from every direction. The only way to keep up is to remain committed to learning, iterating, and being a bit adventurous. Everything we do is one step on the path toward getting things right. Accepting that not everything will always be a step forward is part of our reality, so we maximize every mistake and unexpected result by applying what we’ve learned and shifting course without regret. We’re not afraid to experiment and be creative with our solutions, because we understand that the biggest mistake is being afraid to make one at all.
✅ Keep your ego on its toes, and choose to celebrate the wrong answers you uncover!
✅ Share your findings with the team without hesitation, and never take personally somebody else talking about a mistake you had a hand in.
✅ Keep the focus on the next steps that came out of the error, and give every change you make intent and meaning.
We believe in maintaining an equal exchange of value in every relationship and transaction. This means that we always provide value to match the money our customers pay us. We aim to provide value to our employees that matches the value employees provide to the company. When any relationship is out of balance, we look for ways to add meaningful value. We are never looking for the quick or easy buck in favor of a building mutually reciprocal relationships with everybody around us.
✅ When users need help figuring out how to use Edgar, never write them off. Always look to help individual customers best apply our solutions to their needs.
✅ Look for opportunities in your role to expand and evolve in areas where the biggest opportunities are — and then speak up about them.
We’re 100% remote, so you can work from the comfort of your home office, local coffee shop, or underground nuclear fallout shelter.
Looking for an amazing job? Good – because we’re always looking for amazing people. (And we can tell by the cut of your jib that you just might fit right in here.)
See, we created Edgar in 2014 so that professionals could manage their social media with more consistency and in less time. We’re adding hundreds of new users every month, and we want you to be a part of that growth!
Whatever your thing is, you’re pretty darn good at it (it’s okay to admit that), and you’re ready to show off what you’ve got. You can be plenty motivated without anyone staring creepily over the wall of your cubicle. In fact, forget the cubicle – work wherever you want, like the rest of us. You share your awesome ideas, give others honest feedback, and take ownership of both your big wins and the things that are turning out to be trickier than you expected.
Honestly? You’re someone who just wants to be creative, enjoy a pretty-serious-but-not-inhuman amount of responsibility, and surround yourself with people who make going to work not suck. (And be one of those people yourself. We like those people.) What you do is special. See what it would be like to do it here.
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