Bronto Opened the Doors for Interested Job Seekers

Jen Stone

Jen Stone

On Wednesday, we opened our doors for a recruitment open house, offering prospective employees and fans of Bronto a peek inside our office on Durham’s American Tobacco Campus. We had a great turnout, with over 150 attendees enjoying informative presentations, tours of the office, delicious food from Durham’s own Parker and Otis, and of course, a herd of inflatable Brontos.

Our co-founders’ vision was to build a ‘different kind of company,’ one that would put employees at its center while making waves in the marketplace. And we still live that culture today.

Representatives from every department were on hand to share more about what we do here at Bronto and what it’s like to be part of the Bronto Nation, including the story behind our beloved brontosaurus. Spoiler alert: Our co-founder just really loved dinosaurs.

If you missed the event, here’s a bit more about a few of our current openings:

Digital Designer: Work directly with Bronto clients to deliver fee-based services with an emphasis on the design of email images, templates and landing pages, as well as message coding and potential campaign deployment. The role consists of 50% graphic design and 50% HTML coding.

Account Development Representative: If you’re ready to work hard to bring new business to Bronto, this role is for you. We’ll provide training and an opportunity to grow your career in sales.

Software Developer: Develop and maintain the software that allows us to meet the ever-growing demand for infrastructure services.

Industry Lead: Work primarily with larger, more sophisticated, enterprise prospects, as well as some existing customers, to add credibility and help the sales team understand customer needs to scope the right solution.

But wait, there’s more! Check out all of our current listings.



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