The Company You’ll Join

Carta is a platform that helps people manage equity, build businesses, and invest in the companies of tomorrow. Our mission is to unlock the power of equity ownership for more people in more places. 

Carta is trusted by more than 30,000 companies and over half a million employees in nearly 150 countries to manage cap tables, compensation, and valuations. Carta also supports over 5,000 funds representing over $100B in assets under administration with their venture capital solutions. Carta’s liquidity solutions have returned $13B to shareholders in secondary transactions. Today Carta’s platform manages over two trillion dollars in equity for nearly two million people globally. Companies and funds like Canva, Tribe, and Pipe build their businesses on Carta. 

The company has been included on the Forbes World’s Best Cloud Companies, Fast Company's Most Innovative list, and Inc.’s Fastest-Growing Private Companies. For more information, visit carta.com.

The Team You’ll Work With

Brand Marketing is the guiding force for bringing Carta’s soul to the market. Carta is rapidly expanding from a business defined by a single product (Cap Table Management) to a platform of equity-driven solutions that deliver value for more people (products like Total Compensation, Venture Capital, and Liquidity). The team is driven by the opportunity to distinguish Carta across its categories, helping democratize equity ownership, and increase access to financial education.

The Problems You’ll Solve

We are looking for someone who harnesses the power of creativity to solve complex problems that unlock new opportunities for customers, the private market ecosystem, and Carta.

You’ll mentor and manage a team of designers, copywriters, and multimedia creatives in the day-to-day work, help them grow creatively, and professionally. You will partner with a team of Brand Strategists to bring the strategic vision to life, through owned, earned and paid channels.

In order to be successful, you should have strong leadership skills and be able to work cross-functionally. You will be the center of gravity for the creative team at Carta; a singular entity overseeing all our output to ensure integrity and excellence.

The Problems You’ll Solve

  • Help grow and mentor a team of world class creatives.
  • Drive the development of integrated campaigns.
  • Ensure the quality of creative output is the highest level.
  • Inspire the Creative department with best practices, out-of-market excellence and lateral thinking to push us forward.
  • Identify gaps in our capabilities — when we need to build and when we need to source specialists.

About You

  • 7+ years of advertising agency or internal creative team experience
  • ​​Proven experience as a creative director or similar role and responsibilities
    • Previously managed creative individual contributors such as copywriters, designers, etc.
  • Hands-on experience in creative process, marketing, graphic design, and brand development
  • Ability to build productive relationships at all levels throughout an organization, and cross functionally
  • Exceptional communication and interpersonal skills
  • Hands-on experience in creative process, marketing, graphic design, and brand development

We are an equal opportunity employer and are committed to providing a positive interview experience for every candidate. If accommodations due to a disability or medical condition are needed, connect with us via email at recruiting@carta.com. As a company, we value fairness, helpfulness, transparency, leadership and build our teams around these values. Check out our careers page to get to know us better as you think about your next step at Carta.

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