Freedom and flexibility. Spread across 17 time zones in 28 countries, we sign into Slack and open up our work tools on the schedule that fits our lives best. We communicate asynchronously, work autonomously, and take ownership of our work.
Diversity, inclusion, and belonging. We’re building a global community—one that’s safe for people of all backgrounds. We have regular open discussions on topics like gender equality, unconscious bias, and celebrating our differences. When you join our team, you agree to a code of conduct.
Camaraderie from afar. 100% distributed doesn’t hold us back from building bonds—daily conversation in chat includes non-work topics like #fun-cooking and #fun-scifi, weekly posts to our company blog show off pictures of pets and hobbies, and twice-annually, we come together for an all-team retreat that includes activities like crafting, basketball, karaoke, and rock climbing. We make space for whatever your flavor of fun.
Learning on- and offline. You start your role with an immersive remote onboarding experience to learn about our product, culture, and business. Then meet your team to pick up new skills and tools. And the learning doesn’t stop there—ongoing feedback from your manager and peers is one of our five team values, and we continuously support your professional development.
Interesting problems to solve. Our product integrates 2,000+ online tools to make it easy for anyone to connect apps and get more work done. Supporting and evolving our product is no easy task itself, though. Our "build the robot" value yields outsized results, and our all-hands support approach gives everyone insights into our users’ experience.
The ultimate guide to remote work
Working remotely and running a remote team seam like black magic to many. Yet at Bizim Muhit, we've been working remotely since our funding in 2017.
How to build culture in a remote team
When it comes to remote teams, culture is a huge topic. Common knowledge suggests that co-located teams have an easier time building culture
This is what a remote office looks like
One of the rarely talked about benefits of working in a remote team is that you have complete control over your workspace.
How We Hire
We have a non-standard application process. We ask you to answer a few questions in an online form that directly address your qualifications for the role.
The hiring team reviews applications based on a job-specific rubric. Our interview process varies by role; your recruiter will share what the rest of the interview process will entail on your first video call.
You’ll hear from us throughout the application process. We have made a commitment to applicants that we will be in touch with them at least once per week while they are going through the hiring process.