People

What Bitrise do as a business makes a real difference in helping their customers be successful. They are super clear that what drives this is a culture where every person gets to be and do their best work in a highly collaborative, continually learning organization.

Vikki Sly
VP of People
United Kingdom

Open positions

At the moment, we are hiring for the following positions. If you don’t find what you’re looking for, check back later as we often add new opportunities.

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What do our team members say?

Learn about the challenges they face, the knowledge they need and what they love about working at Bitrise.

What does your job entail and what challenges do you meet?

Zsombor Görcsi
Senior HR Generalist

For me, my job means building and retaining an A-Team. Working with the smartest people towards common goals is an amazing feeling and a challenge at the same time. You are always accountable and enabled to make your ideas and projects come true.

What kind of knowledge, skills and qualities do you need to perform this role? How do you upgrade?

Eva Homoki Hirsch
Recruitment Manager

Working as a Recruitment manager I have to collaborate with many kinds of people from different levels: hiring managers and sometimes even the CEO, the candidates and the whole recruitment team. It's all about being agile: adapting to all kinds of situations and being able to solve problems with effective communication. For this role you have to be able to cope with uncertainties, you have to be open minded and the most crucial part is that you must enjoy working with people. :) My role includes people management activities as well: helping my team achieve our goals and supporting all individuals in growing. Apart from that of course I need hard skills such as some technical understanding, market knowledge and recruitment/sourcing expertise. My job includes facing a lot of failures, so we all have to be resilient, but analysing failures and getting constant feedback are the most efficient ways of learning & growing.

What do you value most in your workplace? What’s your biggest motivator to come to work in the morning?

Veres Richard
IT Support Specialist

What do you value most in your workplace? In one word: freedom. I love to have freedom of the tasks and processes. I can be creative and use my knowledge on the daily tasks. However each and every day I able to learn new things which is extremely important. Everybody in the company very open and from my first day I feel if I have been working here for years. At the moment around 140 people are working here, but still have the feel that we are a big family, not a huge company. What’s your biggest motivator to come to work in the morning? To see smiling faces, feel the positive energy which is everywhere in the Company. Feel my work are useful and continuously receiving feedbacks. Which helps me to see my direction is going to a good way, or how should I need to fine tune it. For working here are not boring, each and every day are varied.