FunnelCake's goal is to fix complicated relationships between teams at work.
We think transparency and accountability between teams can create a better work experience for employees while driving growth for companies. Today we're focused on bridging the gap between Marketing, Sales, and Customer Success teams in B2B organizations with our revenue operations platform.
We think diverse teams create the best results – we'd love to hear from you and see if there's a fit to work together.
FunnelCake is looking for a mid-market account executive to join our sales team.
FunnelCake is looking for a Back-End Developer to focus on customer implementations, tooling, and customizations.
FunnelCake is looking for a Salesforce Administrator to act as a subject matter expert to our product team and facilitate changes for our customers.
Community is at our core
Inspired by Salesforce, we committed to Pledge 1% from day one of FunnelCake:
- 1% of the company's equity is allocated to diversity in tech programs with the Upside Foundation of Canada, the Canadian parter for Pledge 1%.
- 1% of company revenue is donated to charity, matching contributions employees make to the foundations important in their lives.
- 1 week volunteer time for each employee, every year.
Your growth is our growth
- TechLife benefits package
- $500 annual fitness stipend
- Minimum 3 weeks vacation
- 1 week volunteer time per year
- We'll match charitable contributions
- Life happens – whether it's for family or for FedEx, you can work from home or offset hours when needed
We value empathy, mettle, and transparency.
Our goal is to solve a problem when communication breaks down between teams – to do that, we need a deep understanding of each other and our customers.
Startups are hard, but they shouldn't be a grind. Mettle is about resiliency with a positive attitude. It's about pushing your comfort zone. It is not about late nights or getting burnt out.
People make the best decisions with the most data available to them. Transparency is more about sharing how you think so people can understand the decisions being made.