Careers at SellScale

Join our fast-growing team and change the outbound forever

Open Roles

Join our team of ambitious builders reimagining the way teams scale their growth.

Founding Software Engineer (Full Stack)

Full stack & AI Product Development

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Founding Software Engineer (Full Stack)

Full stack & AI Product Development

Apply today

Our mission

To help businesses grow revenue with Artificial General Intelligence.

Perks and Benefits

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Operating Principles

Learn more about how we work.

Write everything down

Writing is our superpower. Every employee contributes to our organism of thought via writing, from all hands to eng specs. Show Read more about how Stripe built a writing culture:

Hackathon Mentality

We operate on hackathon speed: high velocity, launch when uncomfortable, and try new things. Fun Fact Our founding team's been to 140+ hackathons. We've led CalHacks, the world's largest collegiate hackathon and embody a hacker's mentality at work. We also host a company hackathon every quarter.

Disinfect with sunlight

We solve problems by first putting sunlight on the issue. If we see something falling behind, we'll build a dashboard or Slack channel so it's visible to everyone. Learn More Read more about "Genchi Genbutsu", or 'Go and See' in Japanese, inspired by the Founder of Toyota here:

Fall in love with Schlep

Schlep is really boring, annoying problems that everyone overlooks, but is critical for UX. Solving schlep at SellScale is fun! Learn More Read more schlep from this essay by Paul Graham, Founder of Y Combinator:

Delta force

A unit of A players beats an army of B players. At SellScale, we push limits of what one person can do, double down on internal talent, and hold a high performance bar. Learn More Instagram had only 13 employees when sold for $1bn:

The Wizard of Oz

Before engineering anything, we do it manually to understand tech & processes from first principles. Learn More This concept is from the book, “The Wonderful Wizard of Oz”. In it, characters meet a giant head that appears to be a powerful wizard, only to learn that it’s an ordinary man pulling levers behind a screen.