Passionate about technology? Do you like shipping software and seeing real results?
If that describes you, you’ll feel right at home at Chariot. We are a tight knit group of software professionals, putting our expertise to work for Philadelphia-area companies every day. We are software developers, architects, tinkerers, and experts.
We are proud to be a 4 time winner of Philadelphia Top Workplace!
The skills required for this position include:
We work with a wide variety of technologies, and solve an even wider variety of problems. A full stack skill set is vital, as is the ability to pick up and run with new technologies. Our customers bring us in to solve their most challenging problems, guide their teams on new initiatives, and provide expert technology advice.
Chariot only hires the best and brightest in the area, and the firm works hard to make sure that its employees stay that way. For example, here are some of the excellent benefits to working at Chariot:
Must be authorized to work in the U.S.
This is not a remote position. However, we are open to candidates willing to relocate.Apply Now
What made you decide to add paternity to your benefits?
When you’re looking at people in their late 20s and early 30s, there are often marriages and babies, and we really needed to think about that. That’s been a part of who we’ve been since the beginning because when Chariot started back in 2002, we all had kids.
This is a very family-oriented company. We have a lot of working dual couples, and we want to support these families. Supporting our working husbands to help their working wives is really one way of doing that, so giving this benefit of paternity leave is one way of supporting women who are out in the workplace.
How does Chariot give back to the community?
A lot of Charioteers give presentations and workshops in the community, and around the nation in some cases, working with local meet-ups as well as larger conferences. There’s also a good deal of folks here that work in the community in a charitable way. With an organization called Compete 360 in Philadelphia, we introduced the concepts of design thinking to underserved inner city schools, elementary all the way up through high school. We work with the students to identify and tackle challenges that they have in their community using design thinking and the practices we put into place here every day for our work.
How does Chariot’s learning environment help the company?
Chariot has an amazing focus on the people here. What Chariot does for the team members in the way of education and support is just amazing. I think Chariot truly believes that if you hire really good people and you treat them really well, then they will in the end take care of the client. I can tell you first hand that it’s a good approach and it’s worked really well.
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