Work at Candid
We make a difference in a different way: by empowering the entire social sector to work smarter. Join now and make an impact your way.
Why work at Candid?
We cultivate talent and collaboration
We work in collaborative teams and enjoy a work ethic and culture commonly found in the tech sector. We employ more than 200 people across the country and have offices in New York, NY; Williamsburg, VA; Washington, DC; Cleveland, OH; Atlanta, GA; and Oakland, CA.
More than anything, today's Candid relies on talent. Our vision is an ambitious one. But we know that when we make investments in our talent, it translates to more access and better knowledge for those working for social good around the world.
We’re driven. We make an impact in everything we do.
We’re direct. We communicate with integrity and clarity.
We’re accessible. We ask, “How can we help?” and we mean it.
We’re curious. We listen, collaborate, and innovate.
We’re inclusive. We incorporate equity, inclusion, and respect for diverse perspectives in all our work.
What we offer
We automatically contribute to your retirement plan and require no employee matching. If you do choose to contribute, at the end of each quarter Candid will match a part of your contribution.
We offer a generous paid time off package plus eleven holidays and three early closings. Employees are also offered maternity leave, parental leave and the opportunity to take up to two days off per year to volunteer. We also provide compassionate leave for those who are dealing with the unfortunate loss of a family member.
Health and wellness
Our health coverage is a rich point of service plan with a leading insurer. Our low co-pays are practically unheard of. Plus, we provide dental coverage, as well as comprehensive life and disability insurance.
Employees have the option of signing up for pre-tax transit, supplemental insurance, and flexible spending account (FSA) benefits. We also offer an employee assistance program.
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