We only hire the best and brightest, and we hire them for a reason: we want them to contribute. We expect to learn as much from you as you will learn from us, so we encourage new ideas, new thinking, and new ways of working. One of our big beliefs is that when you are learning you are happy, and we like being happy!
- Stephanie Newby, CEO
Do you see yourself at Crimson Hexagon, working hard and having a great time doing it? We always want to hear from talented applicants with a passion for their work. Please take a look at our available positions and send us your resume if you think you are a good match for Crimson Hexagon.
SIX REASONS TO WORK AT CRIMSON HEXAGON
We Build Innovative Technology
From data visualizations to our infrastructure, as engineers we work on innovative, cutting-edge technologies every day – Erik, UI Engineer
We Work With Top Brands and Agencies
I learn so much on the job, from our customers and partners who are the best marketers around. – Lauren, Client Services
We Work Hard Together and Play Hard Together
We have awesome parties. Beach party on Cape Cod, Halloween party, holiday party… you name it. – Minette, Product Management
The Crimson Café
Free snacks. They are a blessing and a curse. More than anything, the café is a place where I’m sure to get into interesting – and sometimes fascinating – conversations with my colleagues about anything from their latest project to the latest Project Runway. – Elizabeth, Marketing
We Are Trailblazers in the New Social Media Analytics Space
Our software is truly amazing stuff. Every day we help customers realize they can make important business decisions based on the insights our platform finds in social media data. Everyone keeps saying social media will be an important part of the way companies do business – Crimson Hexagon makes this true right now! – Wayne, Marketing
Everyone at Crimson Hexagon Makes an Impact
Crimson Hexagon’ers are some of the most passionate, brilliant and creative people I’ve ever met. We treat each other like a side of the Hexagon, not a cog in the wheel. – AJ, Sales