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7 Reasons You Should Be an Engineer at InfoTrust

Considering an engineering role at InfoTrust? We’ve got a list of reasons why applying will be the best decision ever. 

1. You’ll never be bored. 

It’s true. Thanks to technology that changes on the regular, as well as constantly-evolving privacy regulations, you’ll be forced (in a good way) to learn something new every day. Plus, you’ll work together as a team and get shit done. #workhardplayhard

2. You can name-drop big brands.

L’oreal, Nestle, Sephora, and Overstock are just a few of the clients InfoTrust works with (there’s about 200 more). Not only will you get to know the ins and outs of their business, but you’ll help keep their data clean, too.

3. There’s no such thing as being only one kind of engineer. 

At InfoTrust, you can taste the rainbow—there’s an engineering flavor for everyone. Integration, automation, tag management, product developers, DevOps … we’ve got it all. You can flex your skills across the company and stay nimble while you’re at it. You aren’t confined—be the free bird you are.

4. Our benefits are crazy good.

Work when you want for the perfect work/life balance. Medical, dental, and vision covered for the entire family. We’ve got 401k with a generous company contribution. Unlimited PTO whenever you need it most, no questions asked. And that’s just the short list.

5. You’re not a number. No, seriously, you aren’t.

At InfoTrust, each employee helps set the direction of the company. Have an opinion? Get used to it mattering. Not only will leaders listen to where you want your career as an engineer to go, but they’ll also make sure it happens. It’s a personalized path at its finest. 

6. Your team members are insanely smart with gazelle-like intensity.

No joke—ask someone for help or for their thoughts on a project and you’ll instantly get support. There’s no shortage of ideas at InfoTrust. Get ready to work on fun stuff with fantastic people who speak your language. The engineering team gets excited when they make something run X times faster using half the amount of code, after all. Whether you’re working remotely or in an office, this crew is innovative, passionate, and has a hunger for knowledge (and lunch).

7. Oh, and they do cool stuff outside the office, too.

Between an Olympian, parkour champ, and human tower expert (yes, that’s a thing), you’ll never run out of things to talk about. 

Now's Your Chance

Be like the engineers at InfoTrust: when you see something you want, find a way to get it. If you’re interested in one of our open positions, apply today. We can’t wait to meet you.
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