WHO WE ARE

Braze (formerly Appboy) is a customer engagement platform that forms strong bonds between people and the brands they love. We empower brands to humanize their connections with customers through technology, resulting in better experiences and increased retention, lifetime value, and ROI. Teams use Braze to deliver highly personalized messaging experiences that span across channels, platforms, and devices. This is made possible by our stack, which is located at the core of a modern marketing technology ecosystem.

Braze is a venture-backed company with hundreds of employees. Our offices are located in New York City, San Francisco, and London. Most recently, we’ve been named a Leader in the Forrester Wave™: Mobile Engagement Automation, Q3 2017 evaluation. We’ve received the Digiday Signal Award for Best CRM, in addition to being named VentureBeat Omnichannel MMA’s “Best Bet,” a Cloud100 Rising Star in Forbes, and #21 in the Deloitte Technology Fast 500 List. Learn more at Braze.com.

WHAT WE’RE LOOKING FOR

Braze is looking for a Sourcer / Coordinator to help build our candidate pipeline and coordinate interviews for our Go to Market team. Working closely with the recruiters on the team, the Sourcer will be responsible for reviewing inbound candidates as well as reaching out to passive and active candidates for a variety of roles ranging from Sales, Customer Success, Marketing, Growth, etc. An ideal candidate will have experience in recruiting or sourcing within the SaaS or mobile space, and will bring a high level of self motivation, organization and enthusiasm to the team.

WHO YOU ARE

  • At least one year of experience as a recruiter or sourcer, preferably within the SaaS space
  • Strong communication and interpersonal skills
  • Eagerness to learn about internal recruitment
  • Knowledge and excitement about the mobile or SaaS space
  • High level of intellectual curiosity

WHAT WE OFFER

Complete tech startup vibe including free daily lunches & snacks, group events and top of the line computer setup! A general feeling throughout the office that what you do matters everyday.

  • Excellent medical insurance and life assurance coverage for you and your dependents
  • Matching 401K
  • Daily catered lunches, snacks and beverages
  • Collaborative, transparent, collegial and fun loving office culture
  • Flexible time off policy to balance your work and life in the way that suits you best

In addition, this position is exempt under the provisions of the Fair Labor Standards Act.

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