Open Positions

TITLEDESCRIPTIONCONFIGURATION NOTES
Chief Innovation OfficerLead customer innovation architect leveraging lean principles; market time to revenue; and new business models using lean principles and the 10 dimensions of innovation..Level 5 position; Market rate, partial market hybrid, and/or Adaptive Equity eligibility.
Software Product EngineerKey Lean Principles software product developer for one or more company customer or internal incubation projects and integrating hybrid open-source and commercial software integrations to optimize customer-focused continuous learning experiments for the evolution of multi-customer and single customer solutions. Level 2-4 position; Market rate, partial market hybrid, and/or Adaptive Equity eligibility.
Intern – Software Product EngineerFor third and fourth year higher education computer science an engineering students and equivalent learning credentialed individuals desiring to apply academic learning to real world projects focused towards to innovative technology application of customer-centric problem solving.Level 0 position; market rate; Adaptive Equity eligibility after 6 months.
Intern – Business
and Marketing
For third and fourth year higher education business, marketing, and entrepreneur students and equivalent learning credentialed individuals desiring to apply academic learning to real world projects focused towards to innovative technology application of customer-centric problem solving.Level 0 position; market rate; Adaptive Equity eligibility after 6 months.
Intern – Information Product EngineerFor third and fourth year higher education information and data scientist students and equivalent learning credentialed individuals desiring to apply academic learning to real world projects focused towards to innovative technology application of customer-centric problem solving.Level 0 position; market rate; Adaptive Equity eligibility after 6 months.

Applicant Process

We have a 5-stage interview, information sharing, and application process to get to know and understand each other better.

1. General Application

First, complete a simple online application with some basic information about you; your interest in the company’s mission; your “superpowers”; and what you hope to gain out of your experience with the company. There are no wrong responses and just as we strive to be as open and transparent with you we suggest the same from you to achieve your most optimum experience and career advancement.

2. Introductory Call

The first interview is a 30-45 minute call with one of the founders. It’s casual and intended to introduce the company; learn a little more about you and how you present yourself; and set and ensure you have the right expectations going into deeper into the hiring process.

What we want to know:

  • We’ll try to understand whether you’ll thrive in a low-burn early-stage startup.
  • We’ll seek to understand the degree to of your autonomy and taking responsibility and ownership over your work.
  • We’ll seek to assess an early indication of how you may fit well with others on our team as we embrace a culture of cognitive diversity.
  • We’ll evaluate your communication skills and try to envision working remotely with you.
  • We’ll seek to understand your character strengths and superpowers in the way you describe yourself to help us better assess how the company might benefit in a team environment and increase your desire to continuously engage and contribute at a high level
  • We’ll answer the questions you have about Cloudocracy and vision we have for the world.

How you can prepare:

  • Prepare an updated resume to submit with your application and ensure you LinkedIn profile is up to date and accurate
  • Read up on Cloudocracy and come with insightful questions


3. Character Strengths, Personality Preferences and Skills Challenge

We are looking to understand our team’s complimentary character strengths, personality preferences, and skills which we intend will also help you understand your teammates. The process involves taking two online instruments which will take less than 30 minutes for both. We hope that you will find the exercise insightful, refine your understanding of yourself, and actionable tips to apply your strengths to find greater well-being.
In addition, for software development positions we are looking to verify your skills and experience through a 2-part live technical interview (about 1 hour) and at-home technical project challenge (2-3 hours).

What we want to know:

  • To understand the positive parts of your personality that make you feel most authentic and engaged.
  • How you deal with people, process information and make decisions and preferences for dealing with and relating to people.
  • Do you have the technical ability to be a star in your role?

How you can prepare:

  • The VIA Character Strengths Survey, a tool that provided insight into what motivated people. VIACharacter
  • The Jungian profiler, a tool that delivered a quick, directionally reliable personality profile. 123Test

4. Hiring Huddle

To simulate a team meeting setting with other team members, we’d like to spend up to 90 minutes with you and participate with a relevant topic aligned to the position for which you are applying.

What we want to know:

  • How you interact with others at the inception of a project or topic.
  • Your proposed approach to going about tackling an assignment and contributing to a project where your contributions will need to align with other team member assignments and their responsibilities.

How you can prepare:

  • Be yourself


5. References, Education, Pre-Employment Verification and Background Check

The process of exploring working together includes the verification of your identity and Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) compliant background check including criminal, education, and employment attributes.