Thinking it’s time for a job change? Well, you’re in luck: The technology company Salesforce is currently seeking 150 work-from-home employees.
If you’ve received a degree or have job experience in the in the marketing, programming, management or engineering fields, your new gig at Salesforce reportedly includes some pretty out-of-this-world benefit plans – beyond the traditional package (with financial planning and medical coverage), employees are eligible for adoption, surrogacy, fertility and education-reimbursement plans. Did we mention their paid parental leave (26 weeks of it!) and gradual return to work programs, too?
With all of these atypical perks, Salesforce sounds like a company that supports all of its employees, including working moms (and moms-to-be!) – which might have something to do with why it was named one of the best places to work by the San Francisco Business Times and the Silicon Valley Business Journal in 2016. It was also awarded a spot on Glassdoor’s Employees’ Choice: Best Places to Work list for the U.S., Canada and the U.K.
The company’s overarching motto reflects these accolades. Salesforce refers to its 25,000 employees as “ohana,” which is Hawaiian for family. Trust, growth, innovation and equality are the company’s four cornerstones “that inspire [employees] to work together every day toward improving the world.”
While the jobs Salesforce is looking to fill are remote, they’re specified by region – states included on their careers page include New York, Connecticut, Texas, California, Washington, Illinois, Alabama and more. If the company’s maxims align with your own and you live in a relevant pocket of the country, it might be worth applying – there are lots of upper-level and senior positions available, FYI.
To do so, head on over to Salesforce’s career page and enter your preferred position in the “What” search bar and the words “US” and “remote” in the “Where” search bar. Best of luck!
[h/t Working Mother]