(NAPSI)—Here’s good news for people wanting great jobs in the tech industry.
For the fourth year in a row, one company in the space has been nationally recognized as a “Top Workplace.” Even better: That company, Carfax, is hiring more workers.
You probably know Carfax for their Vehicle History Report, an invention that transformed how we buy and sell used cars. But the company’s visionary employees have built other innovative products recently that are helping millions of people do almost anything involving used cars better—shop, buy, own and sell.
Their website is now a major used car marketplace, they have a free car maintenance and recall app used by over 5 million people, and pricing information that tells you what a specific used car is worth. All of them powered by the world’s largest vehicle history database, a one-of-a-kind resource that’s every tech worker’s dream.
For those wanting a career in consumer information technology, choose a company with a clearly defined mission, an open and innovative workspace, and team-first culture. Employees there thrive in a state-of-the-art, dog-friendly campus where collaboration is encouraged, personal space is respected and fun is everywhere. Video and table games, sports equipment, an indoor park and relaxation areas help workers recharge throughout the day. Other key benefits include health and wellness programs, personal development time and quarterly hackathon challenges.
The company prides itself on attracting creative people who are independent thinkers, visionaries and doers. Its “no jerks allowed” policy can mean having a job there may change the way you define work. It’s even earned national recognition from Glassdoor.com as a top workplace, while the company president, Dick Raines, was voted one of the nation’s most-liked business leaders at Glassdoor.com, too.
After adding 25,000 sq. ft. to its headquarters bordering the Dulles Technology Corridor in the Washington, D.C. area, there’s new space for the dozens more technology experts the company wants to hire.
If you’re interested in information technology, cloud architecture/engineering, data development, full stack developing, Linux systems engineering, software developing, systems developing, business data analysis and a host of other job categories, you could be the next person at Carfax with the ingenuity to help millions of people shop, buy, own and sell used cars better.
For further information about the company and opportunities available there, visit www.carfax.com/careers.
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