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Carta is a platform that helps people manage equity, build businesses, and invest in the companies of tomorrow. Our mission is to create more owners. 

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. We’ve also been recognized as a 2023 Built In Best Place to Work in the U.S. and a Muse VIBE Award winner in the Vacation and Time Off category.

For more information about our offices and culture, check out our Carta careers page.

Sobre a empresa

Carta é uma empresa americana com sede em São Francisco, na Califórnia. Temos escritórios em diversas cidades dos Estados Unidos, bem como no Canadá, Austrália, Cingapura e Brasil. A Carta foi fundada em 2012; em agosto de 2021, foi avaliada em 7.4 bilhões de dólares. Nossa missão é “create more owners” (criar mais proprietários). Nós ajudamos pessoas a terem participação na riqueza criada por empresas de capital fechado — as quais ainda não participam de transações na bolsa de valores. Essa riqueza é representada por “equity” ou cotas de participação nessas empresas. Fundadores de empresas de capital fechado oferecem equity a investidores em troca de investimentos que serão usados para o crescimento da empresa. Frequentemente, eles também oferecem equity para seus funcionários como parte de seu plano de benefícios, além dos salários.

A Carta torna o gerenciamento de equity mais fácil para fundadores, investidores e funcionários. Nós começamos nossa jornada com um produto desenvolvido para ajudar empresas a gerenciar suas tabelas de capitalização (ou “cap tables”, em inglês). Simplificar o gerenciamento de cap tables é um grande problema nos Estados Unidos, onde empresas de capital fechado têm centenas ou milhares de investidores. Este não é um problema que chegou ao Brasil: grande parte das empresas de capital fechado no Brasil ainda não oferece equity aos seus funcionários como parte da remuneração — mas essa é uma realidade que esperamos mudar.

Na Carta, somos prestativos, transparentes, justos e amáveis. Somos executores incansáveis, pensadores não convencionais. Leia mais sobre nossos princípios operacionais e traços de identidade.

Sobre as equipes

Nosso escritório no Brasil fica localizado no Rio de Janeiro e comporta diferentes times. Nós estamos entusiasmados em oferecer oportunidades para pessoas com deficiência em qualquer um desses times. Os mesmos incluem - mas não estão limitados a - engenharia, produto e projeto, suporte, operações e equipes G&A. Nossos colaboradores fazem parte de times distribuídos internacionalmente, sendo importante o domínio do inglês. Trabalhar na Carta é uma oportunidade de construir conexões e aprender com pessoas talentosas em todo o mundo. 

Sobre a oportunidade

A Carta está sempre interessada em trazer profissionais que sejam inspirados por nossa missão. Embora tenhamos muitas oportunidades disponíveis listadas aqui em nossa página de carreiras, se não houver posições listadas atualmente que você acredita que se encaixam melhor em seu conjunto de habilidades, inscreva-se aqui e nos informe em que tipo de trabalho você estaria interessado.

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