To create more fair and respectful workplaces.
BiasSync is a mission-driven startup working to help companies and employees understand, manage, and mitigate unconscious bias's impact in the workplace. We are changing workplaces through Netflix-level video content that’s unlike any corporate training, video game-like activities that let people measure their own levels of bias, micro-learnings that teach key skills and other sections of our platform. While we are a new company, we already have high-profile clients like Ikea, Pepsico, and even the White House. We are a small, inclusive team who cares about team culture.
Our initial work focuses on race and gender, but we are building out modules on other biases.
We are looking for a backend engineer to help us continue scaling BiasSync. You’re a skilled, passionate software engineer who likes building and shipping. Because we’re a lean team, we prefer generalists who like touching all parts of the system and enjoy learning about new tools and technologies. We try to build things incrementally and ship practical solutions in reasonable timeframes. We are open to engineers with slightly different levels of experience and non-traditional backgrounds.
Core backend tools we use:
Our ideal candidate will have:
And it would be nice if they had:
BiasSync's works on diversity and inclusion. We are building tools to help large companies, governments, educational institutions, and others measure and manage unconscious bias in their workplaces. We are also starting to work on other aspects of diversity & inclusion. At BiasSync, we get to work with senior executives and D&I leaders at many top companies to help change their workplaces and cultures. We also work with top academic researchers studying areas like bias and inclusive leadership.
Beyond our external mission, our company tries to walk the walk. A lot of our focus internally is on learning and improving one's skills. Our CEO is a Hispanic woman and we have a diverse investor base. Still, even our company in the D&I space isn't yet as diverse as we hope, so we're trying to reach out to more folks!
Made with ❤️ by Veni Kunche.