The founders are awesome, the product is completely awesome, the work culture is awesome.
It’s awesome. And you could be a part of it.
First, I don’t work for Training Peaks. However, when I had delusions of becoming a competitive cyclist, I used Training Peaks in conjunction with my coach religiously. But I do know Dirk Friel, one of the company’s founders. And that’s why I’m writing this post today, because if you’re lucky enough to work for and with someone like him, I’m thinking you just might be able to say you’ve hit the career lottery.
They’re hiring for software developers, a customer support position, and then a general administrative position. Surely one of those careers hits your skill set! You can review their open positions here and read a little bit about what its like to be a part of the Training Peaks team.
From my perspective, here are a few reasons you should be amped about working for Training Peaks:
- Tight job economy? Stop looking. When you join a team and culture like this, you’re going to be calling it home (and not “in the meantime”).
- Growth. Man, this company is growing. Can you say “future”?
- BOULDER. They have their brand new offices in Gunbarrel — ride your bike to work on technology that helps people bike better (and run better and train better).
And here’s the thing — YourBoulder believes everyone should wake up every day to do something they love AND love for whom they do it. So, maybe this is your gig. Maybe you know someone this gig is great for. Boulder is full of great companies and we’ll always do our best to help you become a part of one of them!