When it comes to your career, do you see yourself helping everyday people, small business owners, and even industry leaders simplify their day-to-day with software? If that’s the case, a career in SaaS (software as a service) may be your next move. Right now, major players from all corners of the SaaS world are ramping up operations, scaling their teams, and looking for dedicated talent to hop onboard. To find out if a career with a rapidly-growing SaaS company is a fit for you, be sure to browse through our picks for the Top SaaS Startup Jobs Available now:

Brandfolder 

Why We Love ‘Em 

Meet Brandfolder — they’re a Denver-based SaaS powerhouse helping digital marketers and companies of all sizes maximize their brand potential. With their digital asset manager, teams unlock an entire suite of tools that enable them to upload, store, organize and share unlimited files from one secure platform. They’re working to empower companies like Russel Stover, Underarmour, and P.F. Chang’s with smart digital asset management tools to build and maintain top-notch brand identities. 

How They Got Started 

Brandfolder’s co-founders Brian Parks, Paul Arterburn, Ryan Urabe, and Bryan Kimbell came together in 2012 just days before Boulder TechStars — an annual startup accelerator where founders gather to showcase their company’s tech. At the time, now-CMO Bryan Kimbell had been working with a Denver-based branding agency and brought strong entrepreneurial expertise to the table. Parks & Arterburn had only been working on the Brandfolder concept for 6 months at the time, and after joining forces with Kimbell and now-CTO Ryan Urabe, they were ready to showcase Brandfolder to the masses at TechStars. Nearly 9 years and several funding rounds later, Brandfolder has established itself as the go-to Digital Asset Manager for industry-leaders like Papa John’s, Slack, Bumble, the Denver Broncos, and more. 

Funding 

Since 2013, Brandfolder has secured $11 million in funding across 4 rounds. 

Who They’re Looking For 

The team at Brandfolder works hard every day to put customers first, bring big ideas to the table, and make a real difference. As they work to uphold these values, they’re looking for talented team members to adopt their mission and join them in Denver. Right now, they’re hiring across Customer Experience, Engineering, Marketing, Sales, and Talent Acquisition. 

Docsend

Why We Love ‘Em

Docsend wants to make sure you never have to send another attachment again. These methods of file transfer aren’t really that safe anyway, so they’ve established the most secure platform to store, share, manage, and track important files — all with one single link. Docsend’s suite of tools not only increases security, but also puts you back in the drivers’ seat when it comes to your most valuable information. Their mission is to become the global standard for how businesses put their documents to work — and now, over 21,000 customers in 220 countries trust DocSend to store and share critical documents. 

How They Got Started 

Docsend was brought to life in 2013 by co-founders and Stanford graduates Tony Cassanego, Dave Koslow, and Russ Heddleston. Their original inspiration was just to get rid of the traditional way of sending attachments. However, when they began to pitch to the venture community, they were struck by how difficult it was just to send and track an external pitch deck. Essentially, it was a nightmare, so DocSend was born to put the final nail in the coffin of email attachments, to give business leaders a modern, secure sharing and tracking platform. Today, over 21,000 professionals use DocSend for fundraising, business development and sales, M&A deals, investor relations, and more.

Funding 

Since 2013, Docsend has secured $15.3 million in funding across 4 rounds. 

Who They’re Looking For 

While Docsend works to keep up with their rapid business growth, they’re hiring thoughtfully and looking for experienced, impassioned team members to join them in San Francisco. Right now, they’re excited to bring new team members on board in Marketing, Product, and Engineering. 


Mural

Why We Love ‘Em 

Mural has built a beautiful, digital-first whiteboard that creates a dynamic visual environment where teams can collaborate. Their belief has always been that when you have the space to make ideas visual, the methods to bring clarity to imagination, and the freedom to share your vision — you can speed up the process of innovation. Now, they’re on a mission to put imagination to work with a first-of-its-kind digital whiteboard where teams can use thousands of templates to visualize their ideas and make cohesive, intentional projects come to life. 

How They Got Started 

Back in 2011, Mural was first concepted as a sort of ‘Google Docs for the visually-minded’. Its co-founders Mariano Suarez-Battan and Agus Soler wanted to see just how powerful remote collab tools would be and started with a simple question: how can we make visual collaboration easier and more accessible?  With this idea, they built Mural as the first true collaborative online whiteboard for teams. Today, Mural enables innovation at scale, providing a platform for product strategy and planning, immersive workshops, brainstorming, research, design, and more. 

Funding 

Since 2012, Mural has secured $192.3 million in funding across 5 rounds. 

Who They’re Looking For 

Mural seeks out team members who are just as excited as they are about transforming collaboration through imagination. As they work to build a next-generation digital workspace, they’re looking for new team members to join them. Right now, they’re hiring across Customer Success, DevOps, Finance, Marketing, and more. 


Partender

Why We Love ‘Em 

Partender is helping bars and restaurants like Mellow Mushroom, Hilton, and Marriott save thousands of dollars per month with their fast, intuitive inventory management software. Traditionally, taking inventory of bar stock usually involves pen and clipboard (and several hours of time). With Partender, bartenders can take inventory with just a few taps — saving hours of work while helping restaurant and bar owners track top sellers and dead stock, view consumption analytics, and more. 

How They Got Started 

Back in 2010, co-founder Nik Kundra was waiting on his date to show up when he received a text: she wouldn’t be able to make it because she was stuck at work all night doing inventory. Nik didn’t just blow this off as another first date excuse; not only did he believe her excuse, he thought ‘Wow, bar inventory must suck up a bunch of unnecessary time,’ and he was right. Upon doing more research (interviewing over 800 bar owners) Kundra realized how big of a hassle taking inventory really was for bartenders and owners. With a proof of concept to show that his solution would save thousands of dollars and hours, Kundra joined forces with his elder sister, co-founder Anjali Kundra and Partender began being implemented in bars and restaurants everywhere. Today, over 15,000 clients use Partender for simple, effective inventory. 

Funding 

Since 2013, Partender has secured $2.1 million in funding across 4 rounds. 

Who They’re Looking For 

Partender is made up of nimble, high-impact professionals working toward constant growth for the bar and restaurant industry. Their belief is that with smart technology, we don’t have to keep using the same outdated, time-consuming processes. They’re looking for talented pros who share this mission to hop aboard and right now, they’re looking for new additions to add value to their Sales team. 


Recurly

Why We Love ‘Em 

For businesses and online sellers who rely on a subscription payment model, it’s Recurly to the rescue! Their B2B SaaS software allows companies to customize, automate, and manage their recurring billing cycles and drive transformational growth. Industry leaders like Fab Fit Fun, Twitch, Showtime, and Barkbox all rely on Recurly to automate subscriptions at scale, create customer-centric processes, and grow subscription revenue quicker than ever before. 

How They Got Started 

Recurly’s first iteration was built in 2009 when co-founder Isaac Hall found himself continuously running into billing hurdles. In industries ranging from telecom to SaaS, he was struck by the inefficiency of recurring billing systems. Hall applied his background in e-commerce systems and tech and began building Recurly — giving it all of the features and functionalities of a solution that he had been searching for himself. At this point, co-founder and CEO Dan Burkhart joined the team with an extensive ecommerce background and a deep appreciation for commerce, marketing, and excellent user experience design. Together, Burkhart and Hall applied their combined expertise with a wishlist of billing solutions and Recurly was born. 

Funding 

Since 2010, Recurly has secured $39.1 million in funding across 5 rounds. 

Who They’re Looking For 

As Recurly works to build the most seamless and effective recurring billing software available, they’re reaching toward higher goals and looking for new team members to contribute to their mission. Right now, they’re on the lookout for new team members to join them in Boulder, San Francisco, and New Orleans. 





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