At Lioness, we help people tell stories about power. Because our work involves helping whistleblowers tell their stories to the public, our audience includes many people who are about to leave their job, or who are looking for their next career opportunity.

 

Among them are talented hardware and software engineers, product managers, writers, lawyers, asset managers, policy experts, doctors, medical researchers, marketers, nonprofit practitioners, human resources professionals, teachers, professors, retail managers, artists, construction workers, and more.

 

We would like to bring together good people with good employers. We are giving select, vetted employers the opportunity to advertise career listings on our site.

Submit here if you are a great company or an employee at a great company, and would like to apply! (More details about our vetting process below.)

Current job listings:

Automotus

Los Angeles / Remote

Product Engineer

 

Partiful

Los Angeles / New York / Remote

Product Engineer 

Flox

New York / Hybrid

Founding Product Designer

Automotus

Los Angeles / Remote

Proposals Manager

 

Automotus

Los Angeles / Remote

Customer Program Manager

 

Automotus

Los Angeles / Remote

Product Manager

Would you like to nominate your company for the Lioness job board? Are you a company that would like to list your employment opportunities on the Lioness job board?

 

Does the company fit these parameters?

 

  • Relatively small (under 50 people)? We will be starting out initially with small employers.

  • Looking to fill permanent full-time, freelance, contractor, part-time, and/or internship opportunities?

  • Making an effort to not be homogenous? We don’t believe in rejecting white men just because they’re white men, but there must be a concerted effort to have representation across different demographics (age, race, gender, ethnicity, disability).

  • Creating pathways for mobility (like salary, promotions, etc.) for your employees? If employers are in a financial position to pay for benefits, we will be curious to hear how their benefits support parents, women, people of color, and other underrepresented groups.

 

Is the company a fit for Lioness job seekers?

 

  • We understand that sometimes employers need to let employees go. But employers will need to provide examples of how they do this empathetically and with respect. We are also curious how you might handle a high-performer who is found to be a serial bully or sexual harasser.

  • No assholes. If you believe that stoking fear in your employees is the way to get the job done, you are likely not a fit as a Lioness-vetted employer (also, if you were into this tweet about TITS, you will likely not make the cut.) If this is you, we will find out, so don’t even try submitting to this job board.

     

We vet employers manually using research- and practice-based criteria, beginning with a very small group of employment opportunities. We will verify that a company meets the Lioness criteria of a great employer, and through that vetting process, ensure that any employee who nominates a company has an experience that is representative of what it's like to work there.