How we arrived at Deliverr is different — we are engineers, economists, ex-consultants, journalists, and more. What unites us together is the Deliverr factor: a bias for action, curiosity, and entrepreneurial ownership. We're looking for intelligent, driven, and passionate people to help make our vision a reality. We’re based in the heart of San Francisco and building teams around the globe — backed by leading Silicon Valley venture capital firms. If you are excited about joining a people-first company that is driven to power the future of online retail, — we're looking for you. Are you ready?
Be an Owner
Owners act even in the face of short-term failures as they build for the long term. Owners accept full responsibility even when it is not formally assigned, they collaborate toward the success of the project, they take initiative and they hold their co-workers and organizations accountable. Owners spend resources and money like it's their own. They openly challenge the 'Why’s' behind an initiative to ensure sound decision-making.
We believe that all of our employees are owners and we reflect that in our stock ownership.
A curious mind is a learning mind. We are curious about how to continuously improve our sellers’ lives and our co-worker's lives. We are curious about new opportunities and act to explore them and make them a reality. We never stop asking questions and we are always open to learn, unlearn, and relearn. Insatiable curiosity leads to ground-breaking innovation so we can find simple and elegant solutions to hard problems.
Be Honest & Direct
We seek direct, open, and constructive communication with our teammates even when the topics are challenging and emotional. There are no elephants in the room at Deliverr. We share our point of view backed by facts even if it means disagreeing with your manager, a large group, or the CEO. We engage to find the best solution to the problem at hand. Once we make a decision we all commit no matter which side of the argument we were on. We make it safe to have these conversations backed by a philosophy of “assuming positive intent”.