To apply for a job, email email@example.com. Click on the post to see more information about what we’re looking for.
The application process consists of two interviews and then a test project and/or trial work period.
The first interview consists of tests measuring cognitive ability, which takes about 1 hour. The second interview is with Joe. If you are applying for the design job alone, the cognitive tests are not a requirement but are still encouraged.
Please send over a resume or Linkedin profile or some history of your accomplishments.
Salary will depend on skills and abilities. Much of the work is remote and you can determine your own hours. For some key positions, we prefer if you move to our HQ in California.
Most important positions needed:
These positions are all full-time, in the order of importance:
- Editor – someone who has a science background
- Writers – someone into biohacking or has a strong science background
- Internet Marketing – someone with experience
Some innate abilities we’re looking for:
You don’t need all of these, but the more of these you have the better.
- Analytical and good cognitive abilities
- Management and Leadership abilities
- Good communication skills
- Independent thinking and creative
- Hard working
- Good design sense
- Able to tolerate stressful situations
- Able to implement quickly
- Intrinsically motivated about project
- Capable of working independently
- Doesn’t need to be told what to do. Assesses the situation and acts fast.
- Good character (Honest, etc..)
- Able to pick up and learn new skills quickly
Values for team members
This is what we tell new hires. We figured that it would helpful to understand the company culture.
“As a new hire, how should I behave?”
- Think about how to make: a better product, a happier customer, and your job more efficient
- Make decisions based on the best-expected value/risk-adjusted ROI. Prioritize the tasks that will bring in the most money or have the biggest impact.
- Be blunt when giving feedback. Don’t be afraid to hurt someone’s feelings.
- Support your arguments with logic and evidence, don’t cite convention (e.g. everyone does it this way). Don’t argue with emotion or ego.
- Don’t be afraid to critique your superior if you think they’re wrong or can be doing something better. If you think you can do a better job, then offer to take over their job.
- Don’t follow stupid orders and don’t give up on good ideas. Argue with your superior until someone wins. If that fails, escalate to another superior.
- Find ways to measure your performance (we will try to help you here).
- Think from the customer’s perspective (How will the customer respond?)
- Be solution oriented, not blame oriented (when there is a problem)
- Minimize your reliance on other team members and their reliance on you (i.e. you want to minimize bottlenecks, increase autonomy. Don’t make rules that slow others down).
- Don’t hide your weirdness
- Be skeptical
Don’t ask for permission for small decisions
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