We empower local communities to get more out of the things they own. You can rent things from your neighbors, and store & rent your own items to make money when you're not using them. We believe in a future where access beats ownership, and where everyone can do more with less.
Why join us?
We've raised $45m from investors like Founders Fund, 8VC, Highland Capital, Flybridge, Precursor Ventures, Scooter Braun, Diplo, Sophia Bush, and more.
We're a team of owners. Everyone on the team owns their work, and many members of our team were former founders and executives at other startups.
We're making a dent on the world. What Airbnb did for housing and Getaround has done for cars, we're doing for everything else. Our world is stuck in an unsustainable cycle of consumption, and we're working hard to make real change.
Engineering at Omni
Our engineering team is small enough that you'll know all your co-workers by name, but established enough that you won't lack for resources. You'll build features for our consumer web applications, mobile hybrid applications, internal dashboards and tools - we're largely a Swift/React/Python shop and you'll have exposure to all these technologies. It's okay if you're not an expert in our backend languages, but you will be expected to learn on the go (pun intended).
Working at Omni
We give every team member a $200 stipend to use towards their physical health. This can be used on gym memberships, yoga classes, personal trainers, and more.
We have an office right on Market Street in San Francisco, less than 100 feet from the Powell Street Station. Exposed brick, a world-class espresso machine, and fresh fruit & snacks every day.
We cover 100% of healthcare for our employees, and 99% for your dependents.
We offer generous Maternal & Patneral leave, including a flexible phase-in after the leave is over.
We have a dog friendly office!
We're happy to relocate candidates coming from outside of the Bay Area.
Interested in this company?
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