The Trace Team comes from a range of locations and backgrounds (check out Our Team!) with a shared focus on where we want to go.
While Trace is Vermont-based, our team is 100% remote. Your unique skill set and why you want to bring it to Trace is more important than where you login everyday. We lean into the power of trust in creating a free-flowing work environment.
We embrace the fact that we live lives outside of the work we do and it makes us better contributors for it.
Grow with Trace by helping to develop our public website and liaise with sales to implement marketing improvements. Additional projects include exposure to our software development, helping the engineering team as needed.
Grow with Trace by helping to drive forward sales & marketing initiatives. Think pipeline development, marketing material creation, and prospect due diligence. We want to play off your interests and strengths!
Preferred (not required) skills: Squarespace, social media marketing, and strong organization.
Our agile development team is looking for an exemplary engineer with proven skills in DevOps and backend development. We are seeking someone who is interested in wearing two “hats,” fitted to play to your strengths.
Preferred (not required) skills: node.js, GraphQL, noSQL databases Ethereum blockchain, IPFS
Are you proficient in translating vision into reality? A sucker for thorough organization and superior communication? We are looking for a product manager to wrangle our deployments and development.
Preferred (not required) skills: JIRA, ScrumTM certification.
We are in need of a full-time technical product designer with demonstrated experience working closely with product and engineering teams to deliver functional and delightful UI/UX solutions.
Preferred (not required) skills: Sketch, Lottie, & Information Architecture.
Interested in working with us but don’t see the right role? Email us at email@example.com with a short description of your background, what interests you in Trace, and what you can add to our team. Resumes and work samples are appreciated but not required.