Carta

Carta San Francisco, CA
Dec 13, 2019
At Carta, we’re building the future of equity and ownership. We’ve changed how companies, investors, and employees manage equity. Now, we’re transforming how capital markets operate. Our goal is to create more owners and increase transparency and liquidity for shareholders. More than 800,000 investors, law firms, and employees use our platform, and we manage over $575B in equity. Successful candidates will have a relentless curiosity and possess a passion for creating innovative strategies and deep analytical frameworks to capture market share and monetize Carta’s products. Moreover, he or she will excel at developing recommendations that transcend the numbers with outstanding communication skills, high initiative, and strong leadership drive. Candidates should be able to generate hypotheses, independently analyze complex data and make strategic recommendations despite uncertainty and ambiguity. The successful sales strategy market associate will be able to analyze autonomously qualitative data, trends, strategies and competition aiming at increasing market share from competitors. Responsibilities Gather, obtain and analyze data about customers, competitors, and market conditions and turn into actionable recommendationsOrchestrate and analyze market data for the purpose of benchmarking and evaluation of performance and opportunitiesLead TAM analysis across the company and determine key accounts and territories for the GTM teamConduct competitive analysis utilizing both internal and external data to better understand drivers for wins and lossesSupport strategic initiatives developed by GTM leadership or strategy teamWork closely with data science and marketing teams to analyze and map all the internal network data Qualifications 3-5+ years of prior work experience in market research, sales strategy, corporate strategy, consulting, or other relevant analytics rolesExceptional problem-solving skills: demonstrated ability to structure complex problems, perform deep analytics, derive business insights and develop solutionsExperience with data tools such as Looker, Excel, SFDCExcellent communication skills, including the ability to clearly communicate complex information to functional leaders and executivesUnderstanding of software industry / SaaS sales and marketing models is a plusExperience in sales, marketing, or customer success is preferredHighly collaborative, team player who can work cross-functionallyBachelor’s degree preferably in an analytical discipline such as mathematics, engineering, computer science, economics, etc.
Carta New York City, NY
Dec 13, 2019
At Carta, we’re building the future of equity and ownership. We’ve changed how companies, investors, and employees manage equity. Now, we’re transforming how capital markets operate. Our goal is to create more owners and increase transparency and liquidity for shareholders. More than 800,000 investors, law firms, and employees use our platform, and we manage over $575B in equity. The Liquidity team is looking for creative problem solvers to work on a greenfield initiative to build a marketplace for private securities, CartaX.  As a Senior Site Reliability Engineer on the Liquidity team at Carta, you’ll work on CartaX, an issuer centric electronic trading platform offering tailored liquidity programs for privately held companies, funds, and other fractional assets. Specifically, you’ll be part of the team responsible for building and running the backend services and infrastructure supporting features such as order management and handling, market access, matching engines, and post-trade.   You'll be building secure, scalable and resilient financial technology services to advance Carta's mission in the marketplace of private securities and serve customers around the world. You'll be working on a blended team consisting of other engineers and product people. As a team you will be given goals and a general framework of how to execute on a project and we expect you to work autonomously as a unit to deliver against your customers needs. Requirements: Experience with hosting distributed systems on multiple cloud providers (specifically, Google Cloud Platform and AWS)Experience with containerization (specifically, Docker and Kubernetes)5+ years of professional experience in an SRE role - building and operating production systems and servicesYou wrangle your infrastructure with code - terraform, ansible, etc...You prefer to build your solutions in python or golang but can throw together some expert bash or command line wizardry in a pinchYou’re exceedingly comfortable on the command lineYou know how things get built, tested and deployed to production and have built or run these pipelines ( CI/CD ) yourselfYou’ve built and supported distributed systems and know the challenges they come withYou have strong collaboration skillsYou want to participate in a team and organization that believes in and practices the concepts of Just Culture and Psychological Safety Pluses (Experience with…) Ansible, Terraform, JenkinsXKubernetes and containerized systems orchestration and designDesigning, configuring, and troubleshooting networksAll manner of databases ( relational, time series, document ) and have used and supported themFinancial industry experience
Carta San Francisco, CA
Dec 13, 2019
At Carta, we’re building the future of equity and ownership. We’ve changed how companies, investors, and employees manage equity. Now, we’re transforming how capital markets operate. Our goal is to create more owners and increase transparency and liquidity for shareholders. More than 800,000 investors, law firms, and employees use our platform, and we manage over $575B in equity. Carta is looking for a Mid-Market Sales Manager to join our Private Market sales team in SF! As a Sales Manager at Carta, you will be responsible for managing and leading a diverse group of Account Executives, while partnering with key leaders across the org to build and improve our sales infrastructure for this hyper-growth business segment. Responsibilities Provide directional leadership for Account Executives by overseeing daily activities and quota performance management in order to consistently meet/exceed individual and team goals monthly and annuallyEstablish best practices for how to effectively manage a sales team and their book of business and develop and implement new sales initiatives, strategies and programs to help increase your team’s productivityDevelop strong social and relationship based selling strategies and training for new and existing Account ExecutivesAssist the team with closing business and driving revenue through new client acquisitionSet the sales development priorities and key selling strategies to achieve sales objectivesInspire and motivate employees on a daily basis and bring innovation to the sales process to accelerate our market growth trajectory Qualifications 2+ years of sales management experience4+ years of sales experience, preferably B2B saas sales Proven track record of being a top performer by consistently exceeding quota and outlined metricsKnowledge of SaaS and/or subscription-based business sales modelsStrong experience working with Salesforce.com and Marketing automation platformsAn enthusiastic team player who’s comfortable working cross-functionally
Carta Salt Lake City, UT
Dec 13, 2019
At Carta, we’re building the future of equity and ownership. We’ve changed how companies, investors, and employees manage equity. Now, we’re transforming how capital markets operate. Our goal is to create more owners and increase transparency and liquidity for shareholders. More than 800,000 investors, law firms, and employees use our platform, and we manage over $575B in equity. Carta is hiring a Revenue Accountant to join the finance team. As a key member of the finance team, this position will work closely with the Revenue Manager in Carta’s revenue process. In this role, you’ll be part of a highly dynamic team supporting the growth of Carta and the creation of new processes. We need an experienced team member to help us with the recording and reconciliation of revenue and the analyzing of contracts for revenue recognition purposes. This role will have the opportunity to work closely with the Sales, Accounting, Billing and AR organizations. Responsibilities Analyze new customer contracts for revenue recognition impact and document considerationsCreate and manage revenue recognition schedules for all Carta contracts via Netsuite uploadsPerform month-end reconciliations of revenue accountsAnalyze fluctuations in revenue and variances from budgetAssist the AR team in mass billing and payment application processesWork with the revenue manager to record any manual adjustments required to ensure compliance with ASC 606Assist in system implementation and integration efforts to increase automation of key processesInteract with and provide support to auditors as part of the annual auditDevelop and maintain internal control processes around revenueWork closely with sales organization to ensure contracts conform with company policyRespond to customer and internal inquiries in a timely manner and with a helpful and productive responseAssist with sales tax reconciliations for customers in states where sales tax is assessedAssist with other accounting, AR, and billing tasks ask necessary Qualifications 2-3 years experience of revenue, accounts receivable, accounting or related field requiredBachelors or Associate’s degree in accountingStrong understanding of US GAAP and revenue recognition under ASC 606Exceptional written and verbal communication skillsSelf-motivated with ability to prioritize and manage multiple responsibilitiesStrong problem-solving skillsStrong system experience and mindset, as well as advanced Excel skills a mustNetSuite experience a plusExperience performing internal controls for revenueSaaS industry experience preferred but not required
Carta San Francisco, CA
Dec 13, 2019
At Carta, we’re building the future of equity and ownership. We’ve changed how companies, investors, and employees manage equity. Now, we’re transforming how capital markets operate. Our goal is to create more owners and increase transparency and liquidity for shareholders. More than 800,000 investors, law firms, and employees use our platform, and we manage over $575B in equity. Carta is in search of a User Research Lead who is passionate about leading project teams, skilled at uncovering human-centered insights, and experienced at translating these insights into opportunities for design and product innovation. We are looking for someone who can inspire fellow designers, and lead with both empathy and conviction for the people we design for. The best solutions always starts with a deep understanding of the people that use them. As a User Research Lead, you will play a crucial role throughout the product lifecycle — using research to inspire our design teams, inform rich prototypes, and champion the needs of our Carta users . Responsibilities Lead diverse product teams through the entire project journeyDesign and plan creative research, spanning generative, iterative and evaluative methods Design, scope, and run research that helps us truly understand the latent and unmet needs of Carta usersGather rich data, synthesize, and generate insights and opportunities to create more intuitive, useful and usable experiences to generate user advocacyCreatively articulate the insights and stories of our users to promote empathy and inspirationMake research findings relevant and impactful for product and design through crafted insights, decks, stories, videos, and testimonials Qualifications 4-5+ years of qualitative research experienceProven ability to use human-centered insight to answer business questionsMastery of qualitative research methods, including research scope and designStrong presentation skills with a creative and compelling storytelling stylePassion for leading teams and teaching others about research
Carta San Francisco, CA
Dec 12, 2019
At Carta, we’re building the future of equity and ownership. We’ve changed how companies, investors, and employees manage equity. Now, we’re transforming how capital markets operate. Our goal is to create more owners and increase transparency and liquidity for shareholders. More than 800,000 investors, law firms, and employees use our platform, and we manage over $575B in equity. The Real Estate and Workplace Services team is looking to hire a growth-focused and solutions-oriented Facilities Manager (FM) to project manage our office buildout/expansion projects and oversee our Facilities team. As the FM, you will hire and lead the team of facilities coordinators to ensure we are consistently providing the best-in-class office environments for our employees. The Facilities team prides itself on always being helpful, forward thinking, and transparent. We're looking for a Facilities Manager that affirms these values. Responsibilities: Oversee all facilities and maintenance programs at every Carta officeCoordinate and oversee buildouts, refreshes, and facilities projects across all Carta Offices to support our growing employee populationEnsure a safe, clean, organized and effective facility according to Carta standards and best practicesBuild and manage a team of Facilities Coordinators throughout the United StatesBe regarded as an incredible leader and manager. Grow and develop our facilities teamDevelop and implement the preventative maintenance schedule and activities for all Carta equipment and furnitureSupervise staff to ensure that daily routine responsibilities are handled in a timely and orderly mannerCoordinate and manage vendor activities including safety and maintenance programsCreate, develop and implement processes and procedures to ensure building compliance with applicable codes, safety standards, and cooperative maintenance principlesAct as a liaison to property manager and landlords as neededAny other activities to support site operations, including, but not limited to- moves/re-configurations, events, safety, reception and mail servicesWork closely with workplace services team to ensure a positive employee experienceAct as a nurturer of company culture. Handle employee requests with a high degree of customer service and work to ensure our environment is productive, fun, inclusive and stimulating Qualifications: Must be available to travel to other office locations (an estimated 20% of time)Successful track record of juggling multiple responsibilities and strategizing on efficiency and priority1-2 years experience managing teams with a successful track record of delivering corporate projects (buildouts, refreshes, moves, etc.)
Carta San Francisco, CA
Dec 12, 2019
At Carta, we’re building the future of equity and ownership. We’ve changed how companies, investors, and employees manage equity. Now, we’re transforming how capital markets operate. Our goal is to create more owners and increase transparency and liquidity for shareholders. More than 800,000 investors, law firms, and employees use our platform, and we manage over $575B in equity. The Real Estate and Workplace Services team is looking to hire a growth-focused and solutions-oriented Workplace Services Manager (WSM) to lead our team of Office Managers and Receptionists. The Workplace Services Manager will oversee the daily operations of our world-class facilities throughout Carta’s offices and will continue to develop the Carta workplace brand. As the WSM, you will lead the workplace team to ensure we are consistently providing the best in class experience for our employees, guests, and candidates. The Workplace Services team prides itself on always being helpful, forward thinking, and transparent. We're looking for a Workplace Services Manager that affirms these values. Responsibilities: Provide strategic guidance and oversight of our Workplace Services teamProactively develop and manage a magical employee experience at all Carta officesResponsible for office operations across all Carta offices (6 in the US, 1 in Canada, and 1 in Brazil)Be regarded as an incredible leader and manager. Grow and develop our office teams (office managers, receptionists, vendors, etc.)Communicate program and policy information with regular updates to the team and employeesAct as a nurturer of company culture. Handle employee requests with a high degree of customer service and work to ensure our environment is productive, fun, inclusive and stimulatingPrepare an annual budget. Schedule expenditures, analyze variances and initiate corrective actions as neededTrack utilization metrics & operational spend, and make recommendations to improve efficiency while maintaining quality experiences for our folksOversee the successful delivery of all internal Carta events (Company Day, Holiday Parties, Summer Celebrations)Work and partner closely with Facilities team  to ensure a positive employee experienceAct as a nurturer of company culture. Handle employee requests with a high degree of customer service and work to ensure our environment is productive, fun, inclusive and stimulating Qualifications: Must be available to travel to other office locations (an estimated 20% of the time)High attention to detailSuccessful track record of juggling multiple responsibilities and strategizing on efficiency and priorityHighly organized
Carta New York City, NY
Dec 12, 2019
At Carta, we’re building the future of equity and ownership. We’ve changed how companies, investors, and employees manage equity. Now, we’re transforming how capital markets operate. Our goal is to create more owners and increase transparency and liquidity for shareholders. More than 800,000 investors, law firms, and employees use our platform, and we manage over $575B in equity. We are seeking a Senior Accountant - Brokerage to help take on the day-to-day accounting duties for our Broker-Dealer entities. We are a fast-paced growing company that values dynamic thinkers and innovative problem solvers. If you are up to an exciting challenge and ready to become a critical ally in our organization, we want to talk to you. In this role, reporting to the Financial Controller, you will work transversally with Finance, Operations and Compliance to answer period-reporting obligation, actively support the internal control framework and support performance management of Carta and its Broker-Dealer subsidiary. Responsibilities: Assist with month end process, preparation of the Focus and other periodic reportingDaily production of account reconciliation and monitoring of other key brokerage operational controls, resolution of breaks between general ledger (NetSuite) and sub-ledger systems (Shadow Financials) to ultimately ensure integrity of downstream Regulatory Reporting feedsEnsuring the daily segregation of fully paid securities and weekly computation of the firm’s reserve requirements along with moment to moment compliance with the net capital rulesPrepare supporting documentation, technical accounting and Broker-dealer guidance interpretation memos to external and internal auditorsKeeping abreast of regulatory developments and making strategic recommendations for process/control modifications and the oversight of their implementationFacilitating regular accounting duties: Accounts Payables/Account Receivables; Account and vendor reconciliations; Revenue recognition; Ad hoc duties and projects as assignedYou will have direct contact and work with various departments and senior level management Qualifications: Bachelor's degree in accountingSeries 27 preferred, or the ability to obtain within six monthsMinimum of 3 years of relevant experience in financial services, public accounting and/or accountingPrior experience with FINRA registered broker dealer or securities industry Strong attention to detail, accuracy and reliability with the ability to thrive in a fast-paced environmentAbility to work effectively and supportively within a team environment and the ability to work independentlyMust possess the ability to adapt to a changing business and regulatory environmentEnjoys challenges and taking ownership of new responsibilitiesExperiences in some aspect of working with FINRA, SEC, and knowledge of regulatory reporting requirements Nice-to-haves: CPA a plusSeries 99 and SIE
Carta San Francisco, CA
Dec 12, 2019
At Carta, we’re building the future of equity and ownership. We’ve changed how companies, investors, and employees manage equity. Now, we’re transforming how capital markets operate. Our goal is to create more owners and increase transparency and liquidity for shareholders. More than 800,000 investors, law firms, and employees use our platform, and we manage over $575B in equity. The Carta People team seeks a creative and energetic HR Coordinator to provide day-to-day HR support within the organization. This role will work in most aspects of HR, including employee relations, manager development, on-boarding, compensation, benefits, and systems. To ensure success, the ideal candidate should display strong problem solving and decision-making skills with a deep understanding of employee relationships. Responsibilities: Provide HR support and consultation, answering employee and manager questions about HR programs, policies, and other HR-related itemsAssist HR Business Partners with planning and roll-out of HR programs and initiativesTriage employee inquiries and connect them to the right subject matter expert when necessaryIdentify opportunities to improve HR programs by connecting the dots across multiple projects Identify opportunities and propose solutions to increase efficiencies across the teamContribute to the design and roll out of employee development and training programsConduct new hire orientation and exit interviewsMaintain employee recordsAssist with performance processesAssist with immigration processesOversee leave of absence programsTrack HR metrics and People analyticsEnsure that all information, data, and conversations are held in complete confidence Qualifications: Incredibly detail-oriented and have superior organizational skills, integrity and great follow through on tasksExcellent verbal and written communication skillsDemonstrated track record of leadership (can be in school, sports, or community)Strong interpersonal and negotiation skills; must be able to interact with candidates, employees and vendors at all levels and be sensitive to the needs of the organization while delivering outstanding customer serviceProven reputation for taking initiative, anticipating needs, and making recommendations under pressure and in a rapidly changing environmentAbility to be flexible and adaptable to changing priorities and to working with a virtual teamMaintain confidentiality of highly sensitive informationProficiency in GoogleDocs, Microsoft Excel, and ADP payroll software preferredGreat sense of humor!
Carta San Francisco, CA
Dec 11, 2019
At Carta, we’re building the future of equity and ownership. We’ve changed how companies, investors, and employees manage equity. Now, we’re transforming how capital markets operate. Our goal is to create more owners and increase transparency and liquidity for shareholders. More than 800,000 investors, law firms, and employees use our platform, and we manage over $575B in equity. We’re looking for exceptional Account Managers to own and manage portfolios of existing customers. This includes ensuring your customers are getting value out of Carta products, closing sales of additional features, and managing them successfully through the renewal process. As an Account Manager, you will play a critical business role at Carta. You will work with your customers to understand their business plans and develop a Carta product adoption roadmap which will enable them to accomplish their desired business outcomes. Ideal candidates will have strong customer success, sales, and negotiation skills which will be used to help our customers understand Carta’s value, close sales of additional features, and secure renewals. Responsibilities Achieve monthly expansion sales and renewal forecast goals for the Private Markets business unitLeverage technology to proactively engage with customers at scale regarding Carta’s value, upsell opportunities, and upcoming renewalsManage customers through the renewal process, including effectively managing escalations related to contract termsNegotiate win-win renewal outcomes for the customer and CartaIdentify upsell/cross-sell leads through customer interactions, and development of an account planClose upsell sales opportunities for additional add-on capabilitiesWork with leaders across Carta to ensure issues impacting customer value, expansion sales, and upcoming renewals are proactively addressedWork with the Sales and Services leadership team to develop metrics and KPIs which enable the continuous improvement of expansion sales and renewals Qualifications Proven ability to build and manage customer account relationships in an existing or new sales role, preferably in a SaaS environmentProven ability to establish and optimize operational processes related to customer account managementStrong customer success skills and demonstrated ability to work through difficult conversations to preserve relationshipsExcellent communication, listening, facilitation, and negotiating skillsProactive, action-orientedStrong data analysis, organization, and prioritization skills Nice to Haves Experience working with Salesforce features to manage expansion sales and renewals, and/or experience working with any customer success platforms such as Gainsight, Totango, Client Success, or Churn Zero
Carta San Francisco, CA
Dec 11, 2019
At Carta, we’re building the future of equity and ownership. We’ve changed how companies, investors, and employees manage equity. Now, we’re transforming how capital markets operate. Our goal is to create more owners and increase transparency and liquidity for shareholders. More than 800,000 investors, law firms, and employees use our platform, and we manage over $575B in equity. We’re looking for an experienced and high-energy leader whose primary function will be accelerating growth within the SMB sales segment. The SMB Sales Director will be accountable for growing our business (revenue and logos), hiring, training and developing our people, and creating a prospecting and pipeline generation engine to deliver repeated and consistent growth. Ultimately this leader will be responsible for all components of leading the SMB function including strategy, development, and execution.   The successful candidate will be energetic, persuasive, well organized and able to demonstrate the ability to sell and mentor junior talent. They will define and execute appropriate sales strategies, business development, marketing, sales enablement, product feedback and sales support programs to maximize sales and profitability. Responsibilities Create strong relationships with internal supporting organizationsProvide individual coaching and development for Managers and AEsUnderstand targets and develop plans to attain themSubject matter expert on Carta’s competitive landscape and market trendsUnderstand and effectively communicate the company's value propEnforce proper forecasting behaviors and pipeline managementHire, train, develop, and performance manage the entire SMB organizationDesire to own projects and exceed expectations, with an ability to find solutions and deliver results within a rapidly developing organizationWork with the Sales, Account Management, and Operations teams to implement targeted sales strategyWork with internal teams on behalf of clients to ensure the highest level of customer serviceWork collaboratively with the sales and marketing teams and foster a culture of continuous process improvementDrive the successful implementation and adoption of the sales and marketing automation platformsEnsure reports, other internal intelligence, and insight is provided to the sales and marketing organizationAnalyze pipeline and lead data to deliver periodic reporting to the sales and marketing teams providing key business insights: typical reporting as related to Demand Generation, Pipeline Forecast and Trends, Conversion Rates, Target Account, Market Segmentation, Win/Loss, AgeReport on key KPIs related to the lead and the opportunity waterfall in order to implement a consistent closed-loop between marketing and salesMonitor the quality of marketing and sales information and define data improvement programsAbility to understand the impact of operational initiatives from a sales or marketing person's perspective Qualifications 2+ years of sales management experience4+ years of sales experience, preferably B2B saas sales Proven track record of being a top performer by consistently exceeding quota and outlined metricsKnowledge of SaaS and/or subscription-based business sales modelsStrong experience working with Salesforce.com and Marketing automation platformsAn enthusiastic team player who’s comfortable working cross-functionally Top Skills & Proficiencies Excellent interpersonal skills, with the ability to communicate effectively with management and cross-functional teamsPresentation SkillsClient RelationshipsEmphasizing ExcellenceNegotiationProspecting SkillsSales Planning
Carta Salt Lake City, UT
Dec 10, 2019
At Carta, we’re building the future of equity and ownership. We’ve changed how companies, investors, and employees manage equity. Now, we’re transforming how capital markets operate. Our goal is to create more owners and increase transparency and liquidity for shareholders. More than 800,000 investors, law firms, and employees use our platform, and we manage over $575B in equity. We’re looking for the next class of highly motivated SDRs to help us continue to move up market and become the default in a competitive market. As an Inbound SDR, you will respond to inbound inquiries regarding interest in Carta, and generate meetings for our mid-market team.  In this role, you will craft a great first impression to our prospects and customers over email, phone and livechat, adding value during every touch point.  Upon initial engagement, the Inbound SDR will maintain active engagement with new and existing leads through creative follow-up generating increased interest and excitement in Carta.  The right candidate will partner closely with teammates, both within the sales team, and cross-functionally, to increase contact conversion rates. This role has a direct and material impact on our business. Our sales teams have diverse educational and professional backgrounds including engineering, bio-tech, public accounting, tax, liberal arts and many others. We believe in honesty, transparency, and educating customers above all. Our ideal candidate will have high IQ, but also importantly high EQ (emotional intelligence). All SDRs, inbound and outbound, receive training on Carta software, private market finance, and equity administration along with ongoing training in consultative sales, client management, negotiation and sales operations. Qualifications: Ambitious, driven, and humbleHigh level of emotional intelligenceExcellent written and verbal communication skillsCollege degree strongly preferredPrevious experience in Sales, Accounting, Tax, and/or Private Market Finance a plus
Carta San Francisco, CA
Dec 10, 2019
At Carta, we’re building the future of equity and ownership. We’ve changed how companies, investors, and employees manage equity. Now, we’re transforming how capital markets operate. Our goal is to create more owners and increase transparency and liquidity for shareholders. More than 800,000 investors, law firms, and employees use our platform, and we manage over $575B in equity. At Carta, our mission is simple: create more owners. We’re developing software solutions that simplify equity management for companies, investors, and employees by bringing clarity and transparency to a historically opaque industry. Carta is an ownership network that’s changing how assets are acquired, valued, and transacted.  We help companies manage their equity, from concept to IPO. -We are building tools for transparency in company ownership.-We aim to elevate “workers” into “owners”.-We are bringing access and liquidity to private & public markets. Carta is hiring experienced senior Engineering leaders to join our R&D team to build everything required for companies to manage their equity plans. You’ll play a foundational role in Carta’s fast-growing Enterprise Engineering organization, which is responsible for features needed by late-stage private companies as well as public companies. You’ll help to deliver reliable and scalable solutions that enable our largest and most valuable customers to grow on the Carta platform.  You’ll spend a third of your time recruiting and building the team, a third mentoring and managing the Engineers that report to you, and the final third helping set priorities, shaping technical direction, and creating the velocity necessary to land complex deliverables on time, including coding work yourself.  Applicants must have excellent people management skills, a strong technical background, and enjoy working closely with cross-functional stakeholders. Prior experience in FinTech and all these technologies is ideal, but not required. Our team consists of people who are happy to help you learn everything you need to be successful at Carta. Qualifications: 3+ years in a management role leading teams of 5+ engineers5+ years Full stack or back-end engineering experience, with strong systems fundamentalsStrong industry experience developing scalable production quality backend systems.Background with service oriented architecture and complex SaaS productsExperience with JavaScript frameworks & libraries like React or Angular.jsStrong written and verbal communication skillsExperience working with business stakeholders to understand business requirements and build thoughtful solutionsBackground in Financial Services is a plus.
Carta Waterloo, Ontario
Dec 10, 2019
At Carta, we’re building the future of equity and ownership. We’ve changed how companies, investors, and employees manage equity. Now, we’re transforming how capital markets operate. Our goal is to create more owners and increase transparency and liquidity for shareholders. More than 800,000 investors, law firms, and employees use our platform, and we manage over $575B in equity. Our mission is simple: create more owners. We’re developing software solutions that simplify equity management for companies, investors, and employees by bringing clarity and transparency to a historically opaque industry. Carta is an ownership network that’s changing how assets are acquired, valued, and transacted.   Our platform tracks company ownership, matching employees to their equity stake in their employers. When a company roster changes, the equity ownership for that company needs to change accordingly. We’re building a system of record for asset ownership, and for this to be accurate we need to integrate with HR systems.    We’re also a service to employees, who may transact on their equity ownership. By integrating with payroll systems, we can provide guidance on tax liabilities that may result from option exercises, secondary offerings, or public market transactions.   We’re building a new team focused on Taxes & HR Integrations. You’ll spend a third of your time recruiting and building the team, a third mentoring and managing the Engineers that report to you, and the final third helping set priorities, shaping technical direction, and creating the velocity necessary to land complex deliverables on time, including coding work yourself.    Applicants must have excellent people management skills, a strong technical background, and enjoy working closely with cross-functional stakeholders. Prior experience in FinTech and all these technologies is ideal, but not required. Our team consists of people who are happy to help you learn everything you need to be successful at Carta. Qualifications: 3+ years in a management role leading teams of 5+ engineers5+ years Fullstack or backend engineering experience, with strong systems fundamentalsStrong industry experience developing scalable production quality backend systemsBackground with service oriented architecture and complex SaaS productsExperience with JavaScript frameworks & libraries like React or Angular.jsStrong written and verbal communication skillsExperience working with business stakeholders to understand business requirements and build thoughtful solutionsBackground in HR Systems or Financial Services is a plus
Carta Palo Alto, CA
Dec 10, 2019
At Carta, we’re building the future of equity and ownership. We’ve changed how companies, investors, and employees manage equity. Now, we’re transforming how capital markets operate. Our goal is to create more owners and increase transparency and liquidity for shareholders. More than 800,000 investors, law firms, and employees use our platform, and we manage over $575B in equity. At Carta, our mission is simple: create more owners. We’re developing software solutions that simplify equity management for companies, investors, and employees by bringing clarity and transparency to a historically opaque industry. Carta is an ownership network that’s changing how assets are acquired, valued, and transacted.  We help companies manage their equity, from concept to IPO. -We are building tools for transparency in company ownership.-We aim to elevate “workers” into “owners”.-We are bringing access and liquidity to private & public markets. Carta is hiring experienced senior Engineering leaders to join our R&D team to build everything required for companies to manage their equity plans. You’ll play a foundational role in Carta’s fast-growing Enterprise Engineering organization, which is responsible for features needed by late-stage private companies as well as public companies. You’ll help to deliver reliable and scalable solutions that enable our largest and most valuable customers to grow on the Carta platform.  You’ll spend a third of your time recruiting and building the team, a third mentoring and managing the Engineers that report to you, and the final third helping set priorities, shaping technical direction, and creating the velocity necessary to land complex deliverables on time, including coding work yourself.  Applicants must have excellent people management skills, a strong technical background, and enjoy working closely with cross-functional stakeholders. Prior experience in FinTech and all these technologies is ideal, but not required. Our team consists of people who are happy to help you learn everything you need to be successful at Carta. Qualifications: 3+ years in a management role leading teams of 5+ engineers5+ years Full stack or back-end engineering experience, with strong systems fundamentalsStrong industry experience developing scalable production quality backend systems.Background with service oriented architecture and complex SaaS productsExperience with JavaScript frameworks & libraries like React or Angular.jsStrong written and verbal communication skillsExperience working with business stakeholders to understand business requirements and build thoughtful solutionsBackground in Financial Services is a plus.
Carta New York City, NY
Dec 10, 2019
At Carta, we’re building the future of equity and ownership. We’ve changed how companies, investors, and employees manage equity. Now, we’re transforming how capital markets operate. Our goal is to create more owners and increase transparency and liquidity for shareholders. More than 800,000 investors, law firms, and employees use our platform, and we manage over $575B in equity. We’ve been wildly successful in helping Private companies manage their equity. Some Private companies eventually become listed on Public exchanges. We are building features that allow companies to remain on Carta through their evolution to the public markets.  We’re formalizing a team to own all the features required to support Public Companies on our flagship product. You’ll play a foundational role in growing this new team. This team will be responsible for features like: Restricted Stock Units (RSUs), Restricted Stock Awards (RSAs), Performance Awards, Good-Til-Cancelled orders, 1099, Rule 144, 10b5-1, and other aspects of public company equity plans.  You’ll spend a third of your time recruiting and building the team, a third mentoring and managing the Engineers that report to you, and the final third helping set priorities, shaping technical direction, and creating the velocity necessary to land complex deliverables on time, including coding work yourself.  Applicants must have excellent people management skills, a strong technical background, and enjoy working closely with cross-functional stakeholders. Prior experience in FinTech and all these technologies is ideal, but not required. Our team consists of people who are happy to help you learn everything you need to be successful at Carta. Qualifications: 3+ years in a management role leading teams of 5+ engineers5+ years Full stack or back-end engineering experience, with strong systems fundamentalsStrong industry experience developing scalable production quality backend systems.Background with service oriented architecture and complex SaaS productsExperience with JavaScript frameworks & libraries like React or Angular.jsStrong written and verbal communication skillsExperience working with business stakeholders to understand business requirements and build thoughtful solutionsBackground in Financial Services is a plus.
Carta San Francisco, CA
Dec 10, 2019
At Carta, we’re building the future of equity and ownership. We’ve changed how companies, investors, and employees manage equity. Now, we’re transforming how capital markets operate. Our goal is to create more owners and increase transparency and liquidity for shareholders. More than 800,000 investors, law firms, and employees use our platform, and we manage over $575B in equity. We are looking for an inspiring design leader to partner closely with our VP of Design to elevate our product to the next level, build and develop our growing team, and be a strategic thought leader on key product initiatives. In this role, you’ll guide the design team in crafting exceptional experiences for our growing ecosystem of privately-held companies, venture capital firms, law firms and employees. Our Product Design team serves a critical role in crafting a vision for new features across a complex platform and executing on every detail in the product. We are looking for a passionate leader who is customer-centric and able to effectively partner and define the strategic, long-term product vision while simultaneously executing on the priorities of today’s roadmap. We are open to hiring this role in our San Francisco or Palo Alto offices. Responsibilities Manage the user centered design process, drive decisions, track issues, and assist in estimating resource needs and schedules Partner closely with the design technology team to deliver a world-class design systemPlan, prioritize, and coordinate the gathering of insights including generative, iterative and evaluative user research, including participatory and iterative design techniques, observational studies, customer interviews, usability testing, competitive audits, market research, and other forms of requirements discoveryEffectively synthesize and communicate research findings, conceptual ideas, detailed design, and design rationale both verbally and through executionDesign and specify information architecture, micro-interactions, and user interfaces, personas, customer journey maps, storyboards, scenarios, flowcharts, wireframes, design prototypes, and design specificationsParticipate as a contributor to an interdisciplinary team that includes other designers, project management, business and brand strategists, and software developersPlan and facilitate collaborative work sessions with all levels product organization Qualifications 10+ years in Product Design4+ years managing and growing design teamsSuccessful track record and ability to influence through designPassion for digging into hard-to-solve, complex problem spacesAn outstanding portfolio, showcasing empathetic solutions to problems, with exemplary skills in divergent thinking, visual design, interaction design, and typographyProven ability to lead through multiple levels of management leadership, and steer an organization Nice-to-haves CSS, Javascript, HTML or front-end engineering skillsSystems design experience and portfolio exampleExperience speaking or lecturing of design
Carta Seattle, WA
Dec 10, 2019
At Carta, we’re building the future of equity and ownership. We’ve changed how companies, investors, and employees manage equity. Now, we’re transforming how capital markets operate. Our goal is to create more owners and increase transparency and liquidity for shareholders. More than 800,000 investors, law firms, and employees use our platform, and we manage over $575B in equity. Carta is hiring an experienced engineering leaders in Seattle to lead a team of talented Engineers to build products and services powered by Carta’s ownership graph: the central registry of asset ownership across the globe. As an engineering leader for our Investor Services team, you’ll play a foundational role on one of the fastest-growing teams at Carta that works closely with venture capital firms to develop products that help drive their investment decisions. You’ll spend a third of your time recruiting and building the team, a third mentoring and managing the Engineers that report to you, and the final third helping set priorities, shaping technical direction, and creating the velocity necessary to land complex deliverables on time, including coding work yourself.  Applicants must have excellent people management skills, a strong technical background, be excited by “zero to one” projects, and enjoy working closely with cross-functional stakeholders. Prior experience in FinTech is  not  required: our team consists of very nice people who are happy to help you learn everything you need to be successful at Carta. At Carta, you will: Collect requirements, develop technical strategy, and build the products and services that power Carta’s Venture Capital and Fund Administration businessUphold our engineering standards and bring consistency to the many codebases and processes you will encounterRecruit, retain, and scale a happy, healthy, productive team of top-notch Engineers Qualifications: 3+ years in a management role leading teams of 5+ engineers5+ years Full stack or back-end engineering experience, with strong systems fundamentalsExperience with service oriented architectureStrong industry experience in architecture and development of scalable production quality backend systems.Experience with JavaScript frameworks/libraries like React or Angular.jsStrong communication skillsComfortable regularly working in team environmentsExperience architecting complex SaaS productsExperience working with business stakeholders to understand business requirements and build thoughtful solutions Nice-to-haves: PythonDjangoReactPostgres
Carta San Francisco, CA
Dec 10, 2019
At Carta, we’re building the future of equity and ownership. We’ve changed how companies, investors, and employees manage equity. Now, we’re transforming how capital markets operate. Our goal is to create more owners and increase transparency and liquidity for shareholders. More than 800,000 investors, law firms, and employees use our platform, and we manage over $575B in equity. As a Growth Marketing Manager, Web Lead you’ll own carta.com , which includes the marketing website and the blog. You’ll serve as the web project manager to make sure regular updates run smoothly, on-schedule, and within scope. You’ll work closely with the design team, content team, web developers and the marketing channel managers. You’ll be responsible for for web updates, conversion rate optimization, landing pages, technical SEO, and the long-term web strategy. If you believe you’re a good fit and have experience with running and owning web projects, we’d love to hear from you. What you'll be doing: Website “PM”: Serve as the “product manager” for the Carta marketing website: own strategy, site navigation, and updates, while working closely with designers and web developers CRO: We believe there should be a test on our top pages all the time, and you’ll build and execute against an a/b testing roadmap Analytics: Report and monitor web metrics via Google Analytics SEO: Work with our SEO agency to further optimize our websitePartner closely with internal teams, including design, content marketing, product marketing,  marketing operations, and channel managers to regularly update and improve carta.com and the blog Vendor and agency management: Manage our web tools including a/b testing and personalization tools, analytics tools, online chat, and web development agency  Brand: Help ensure the website reflects our brand, voice, positioning, and messaging What we're looking for: 3+ years Growth Marketing experience, with a deep understanding of web project management, analytics, and conversion rate optimizationBasic knowledge and understanding of HTML and CSS knowledge and have partnered with web developersExperience with owning web analytics (Google Analytics), A/B testing (VWO, Optimizely, Adobe T&T, etc), personalization, and live chatExperience scoping design and development resources to deliver on web projectsExcited to work with various teams at Carta to improve our marketing website’s performanceExperience with b2b marketing, financial services, SaaS, or subscription products Bonus: You’re excited about Carta’s mission to create more ownersFamiliarity with business intelligence tools (Domo, Looker, Tableau, etc)Experience with tag management tools (Google Tag Manager, Telium, etcFamiliarity and experience with Wordpress, Google Analytics, VWO, Marketo, and Drift
Carta San Francisco, CA
Dec 10, 2019
At Carta, we’re building the future of equity and ownership. We’ve changed how companies, investors, and employees manage equity. Now, we’re transforming how capital markets operate. Our goal is to create more owners and increase transparency and liquidity for shareholders. More than 800,000 investors, law firms, and employees use our platform, and we manage over $575B in equity. We are looking for an SRE Manager to help scale our team and systems. Your primary responsibilities will be continuing to build the teams, systems and culture that will make our products, organization and infrastructure resilient, scalable, and reliable. On the technical side you should have a strong background and opinions on distributed systems architecture, software development, systems theory and networking, and performance engineering including OS internals. You should have practical experience being responsible for production systems running at scale. You'll be hands on and also represent the SRE perspective in architectural and other engineering discussions. You understand how complex systems fail and spend the time and effort educating others. On the non-technical side you should understand and believe that SRE is about product. You look forward to working closely with all aspects of the organization to make sure we're delivering the best products and services to all our customers- internal and external. You will be a champion of the SRE mindset which means spreading the culture and concepts of things like "psychological safety" and "just culture". You'll run blameless learning reviews and help continuously improve our processes across the board. You'll have responsibility for growing and mentoring the SRE team to support the increasing initiatives of the organization. Requirements: 6+ years of professional experience in an SRE or similar role2+ years of experience managing an SRE teamYou've been responsible for production systemsExperience with managing distributed teamsExperience and strong opinions on what monitoring and alerting should look like for complex systemsHands on experience with hosting distributed systems on a cloud provider (Google Cloud Platform or AWS)Hands on experience with running production systems on kubernetes“Infrastructure as code” tools such as Terraform or CloudformationConfiguration management tools such as Ansible, Chef, Puppet, SaltExperience building services in python, golang or javaExperience with a variety of database types: relational, time series, documentConsumer facing web application development and operations experienceExperience with CI/CD pipelines Nice-to-haves: Experience with a message passing architecturesDistributed tracingRunning a service oriented architecture in productionAny security background ( network, application, OS )