Technology, Music, Entertainment

Bandcamp

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Technology, Music, Entertainment

Bandcamp

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About us

Bandcamp

Bandcamp is a global music community where fans discover great music and directly support the artists who make it. Artists have earned over $511 million on Bandcamp. We believe that music is an indispensable part of culture, and for that culture to survive, artists must be compensated fairly and transparently for their work.

Our work culture

Bandcamp staff are sprinkled throughout the world, with arms, cells, pods, what-have-yous in Oakland, Austin, Orlando, Brooklyn, Montreal, British Columbia, the British Isles, Vermont, Tokyo and beyond. We build our teams with care, attracting kind, smart, funny people who enjoy working together to help artists and fans worldwide. We use a bunch of online collaboration tools to work and entertain one another across time zones.

Option to work from home
Option to work from home
Sign language interpreters
Sign language interpreters
Allow a self-paced workload
Allow a self-paced workload
Service animals allowed
Service animals allowed
Provide an ergonomic workstation
Provide an ergonomic workstation
Accessible parking spot
Accessible parking spot
Ramp and/or elevator
Ramp and/or elevator
Flexible work and leave schedule
Flexible work and leave schedule
Accessible restroom
Accessible restroom
Sensitivity training for coworkers
Sensitivity training for coworkers
Accessible computer software
Accessible computer software
On-site counseling
On-site counseling
Screen reader software
Screen reader software
Fragrance-free workplace
Fragrance-free workplace

Our open positions

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User Experience Designer
Full time

Bandcamp is seeking a talented user experience designer to help us create new products and features, improve existing ones, and make our site and mobile apps shining beacons of wonder for all who gaze upon them.

You will:

Have a positive impact on the lives of hundreds of thousands of artists and their millions of fans each and every day.
Use your expertise in user experience, interaction, visual design and prototyping tools to create, evaluate and communicate design decisions.
Conduct user research and use the findings to inform your work.
Collaborate with fellow designers to ensure alignment across the product.
Collaborate across disciplines — working closely with engineering, product management and other departments.

You bring:

Strong expertise in user experience, interaction, and visual design for consumer-facing digital products.
A strong understanding and dedication to the user-centered design process.
Comfort working in an iterative design environment, including managing feedback and presenting your work.
Experience designing across multiple devices and platforms.
Ability to take your ideas from sketches to mockups to HTML/CSS.
A joie de vivre that permeates your work and elevates it from good to great.
Supplemental skills in areas like front-end development, animation, illustration, print, video, and/or photography.
You live in any part of the world, but your work schedule overlaps GMT-7 at least four hours each day.
If you meet these criteria, we’d love to hear from you!

What we offer:

  • Work from anywhere. You can work for Bandcamp from wherever you want to be, so long as the wifi is strong and your schedule overlaps GMT-7 at least four hours each day. If co-working spaces are open in your area and you prefer that to your home, we cover the cost.
  • Flexible time off policy.
  • Family leave. We have common sense leave, so take what you need. If you’ve been at Bandcamp for a year, your leave is fully paid.
  • Matched charitable donations.
  • Health, vision, dental, 401k matching, and travel insurance, but these are country-specific, so let’s talk.

Our hiring generally follows these steps:

Application review. We select candidates who fulfill the skills and experience outlined in the job description, and we aim to respond to everyone within two weeks.

Take-home task. You’ll get a take-home task that closely parallels the kind of work you’d be doing at Bandcamp. It’s a way for you to get a sense of Bandcamp, and for us to see how you work. We’ll get back to you within two weeks after receiving your take-home.

Initial video interview. The hiring team lead will meet with you and outline in advance what the conversation will cover. If that goes well, we’ll discuss salary expectations to make sure we’re in the same range.

Hiring team interviews. Three or four of us will interview you individually, using a mix of Slack and Zoom, and a set of questions we’ve prepared in advance. This might feel a bit more formal than some other kinds of interviews, but we do this in order to focus on how candidates fulfill the criteria for the position rather than on whether you and the interviewer might like the same bands or type of dessert. Our questions tend to focus on experiences you have had at recent or former workplaces, how you might approach a challenge we’re currently facing, and your familiarity with skills or tools needed for the work.

References. We talk to a few of your references.

Offer. If all goes well, we move directly to an offer. Some of our positions include a part-time trial for a few weeks. If that’s the case, we’ll let you know at the very start of the hiring process and we’ll work with your schedule. When we conduct trials, we offer them just to those people we’re enthusiastic about hiring, to give you and us time to assess what it’s like to work together.

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Our open positions

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User Experience Designer
Full time

Bandcamp is seeking a talented user experience designer to help us create new products and features, improve existing ones, and make our site and mobile apps shining beacons of wonder for all who gaze upon them.

You will:

Have a positive impact on the lives of hundreds of thousands of artists and their millions of fans each and every day.
Use your expertise in user experience, interaction, visual design and prototyping tools to create, evaluate and communicate design decisions.
Conduct user research and use the findings to inform your work.
Collaborate with fellow designers to ensure alignment across the product.
Collaborate across disciplines — working closely with engineering, product management and other departments.

You bring:

Strong expertise in user experience, interaction, and visual design for consumer-facing digital products.
A strong understanding and dedication to the user-centered design process.
Comfort working in an iterative design environment, including managing feedback and presenting your work.
Experience designing across multiple devices and platforms.
Ability to take your ideas from sketches to mockups to HTML/CSS.
A joie de vivre that permeates your work and elevates it from good to great.
Supplemental skills in areas like front-end development, animation, illustration, print, video, and/or photography.
You live in any part of the world, but your work schedule overlaps GMT-7 at least four hours each day.
If you meet these criteria, we’d love to hear from you!

What we offer:

  • Work from anywhere. You can work for Bandcamp from wherever you want to be, so long as the wifi is strong and your schedule overlaps GMT-7 at least four hours each day. If co-working spaces are open in your area and you prefer that to your home, we cover the cost.
  • Flexible time off policy.
  • Family leave. We have common sense leave, so take what you need. If you’ve been at Bandcamp for a year, your leave is fully paid.
  • Matched charitable donations.
  • Health, vision, dental, 401k matching, and travel insurance, but these are country-specific, so let’s talk.

Our hiring generally follows these steps:

Application review. We select candidates who fulfill the skills and experience outlined in the job description, and we aim to respond to everyone within two weeks.

Take-home task. You’ll get a take-home task that closely parallels the kind of work you’d be doing at Bandcamp. It’s a way for you to get a sense of Bandcamp, and for us to see how you work. We’ll get back to you within two weeks after receiving your take-home.

Initial video interview. The hiring team lead will meet with you and outline in advance what the conversation will cover. If that goes well, we’ll discuss salary expectations to make sure we’re in the same range.

Hiring team interviews. Three or four of us will interview you individually, using a mix of Slack and Zoom, and a set of questions we’ve prepared in advance. This might feel a bit more formal than some other kinds of interviews, but we do this in order to focus on how candidates fulfill the criteria for the position rather than on whether you and the interviewer might like the same bands or type of dessert. Our questions tend to focus on experiences you have had at recent or former workplaces, how you might approach a challenge we’re currently facing, and your familiarity with skills or tools needed for the work.

References. We talk to a few of your references.

Offer. If all goes well, we move directly to an offer. Some of our positions include a part-time trial for a few weeks. If that’s the case, we’ll let you know at the very start of the hiring process and we’ll work with your schedule. When we conduct trials, we offer them just to those people we’re enthusiastic about hiring, to give you and us time to assess what it’s like to work together.

Apply Now

Our open positions