If your skills fit one of these descriptions (or you reckon you’re 80% of the way there) we’d love to talk to you.
We're not hiring specific roles right now, but that doesn't mean we're not on the look out for talent people! Join our talent community, tell us a bit about yourself and we'll reach out directly if a role pops up that might fit your interests.
If you had to, you could sum our values up as “Be nice and work hard”.
Our own values are grounded in our start as a Kiwi organisation. Our four founders come from diverse backgrounds and are pretty typical NZ’ders – great at dreaming up huge ideas, never-give-up optimists and awkward about tooting their own trumpets.
But more importantly, they’re super-aligned on the idea that being really clear about our values means everyone who works at Weirdly, knows what kind of ship they’re on. These values inform everything – the kind of environment we work in, the projects we prioritise, the way we interact with each other.
We challenge and inspire people to work smarter, be more restless, ask the uncomfortable questions that make things (and themselves) better.
Resilience, urgency and execution – they’re the cornerstones to success and we think, the foundation to making a real impact in the world.
We reckon great design challenges, inspires and clarifies – whether you’re designing beautiful UI, finely crafted sales pitches or elegant code. We also just like things that look nice.
Transparency is about exposing truth. We don’t hide, we uncover and share so everyone can make more informed decisions.
We’re fans of people. Everything we build is designed to positively impact lives. We encourage and build people up. We’re not cynical, we’re optimists.
Reckon you might enjoy working with our team? Create a profile to tell us about about yourself and join our Talent Pool. We'll get in touch when any roles pop up that fit your interests and as a bonus, you'll get to experience part of the product we build for us customers.Create a Talent Profile
“Working at Weirdly feels a bit like being in a band – it’s a bunch of really talented people using their skills to create something awesome together. There’s heaps of creativity, mutual respect and enough pressure to keep you feeling challenged”
Chief drinks pourer and Psych Lead