We’re hiring!

by ParentCo. May 15, 2015

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If you’re an iOS or Android engineer, we’d love to hear from you.

As you can imagine, at Parent Co. we talk a lot about being parents. We laugh about it even more. But when we do take a serious moment, it’s because we’re trying to distill the essence of the thing, the parent thing. Parenting, of course, is more art than science. No one can say exactly how to define great art, but most people will tell you they know it when they see it. Parenting is the same. However, there are descriptions that we love. From bestselling parent educator Vicki Hoefle to comedian Louis C.K., we gravitate to the idea that we’re not raising kids but the adults they’re going to be. We’re also fond of the idea that success is a kid who grows up to get paid to do exactly what they love. As a company, we hope to help parents be their best, but we need more hands on deck. If you’re an iOS or Android engineer and working with us team sounds like doing what you love, we’d love to hear from you. Apply for Android here. Apply for iOS here.


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