26 - 50 employees
11 - 25 engineers
$10m - $25m funding
Series a

More than 40% of the US Workforce is engaged in contingent work, and representing 7% of US GDP. Over 70% of consultants, however, never get re-deployed through the same staffing agency after taking one contract. Sense is reinventing the way companies build long-term relationship with this workforce by creating the industry's first employee engagement platform to drastically improve communication and job satisfaction.

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Why join us?

  • There are currently no tools built to engage contingency workforce to ensure they are happy and committed to their contract jobs. Sense's automated platform ensures engagements don't slip through the cracks. Messages are sent leading up to and through the duration of the contract period and workflows are entirely customizable by the staffing agency. The platform also tracks entire employment records detailing their skills, work history, compensation, and satisfaction, creating the opportunity to also suggest future potential role matches.

Engineering at Sense

Technical Challenges

1) Working on a distributed scheduling system to send out events/messages, verify they got processed properly, and collects data from all interactions feeding back into the system for analytics 2) Building a permission system that is more than just a set of rules. Determining who and which details of a candidate a user has access to.

Tech stack
Elastic Search

Working at Sense

Perks & benefits
  • Generous Vacation

    Unlimited PTO!

  • Free Food

    Catered lunch twice a week, and tons of yummy and healthy snacks to choose from!

  • Travel
  • Beautiful Office

    Located 2 blocks from Montgomery Street BART/MUNI in downtown SF!

  • Pet Friendly

    Bring your pupper, we do!

  • Health Insurance
  • Work from Home
  • Flexible Hours
  • Team Activities
  • Company Retreats
Our Team by the Numbers

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