Hi there!

We're a small team of kind folks who are working on a big problem. Hopefully this page tells you a little bit about us, but feel free to ask us any questions that aren't answered here. We love what we do, and hope you'll consider joining the team.

Open positions

If you resonate with Arrows but there isn’t an open position for you, email our CEO [email protected] to say hi with anything you feel is relevant to share.

📝  How to apply

Please email [email protected] and include some information about yourself and why you're interested the role. As you can imagine, emails that show they understand what Arrows does and why you might be a good fit really get our attention.

Our CEO will be reading and replying to the emails.

🤝  Interview process

  1. Meet a co-founder: One of our co-founders will schedule an introductory Zoom call.
  2. Meet the team: We'll have you meet 2-4 other members of the team across two calls.
  3. Test project OR working session: Depending on the role, we'll schedule a short working session over Zoom (max 1 hour) or maybe a small at-home test project (2-8 hours, paid).
  4. Final call: if your test project was done at home, we'll do a call to review the work and hear your thinking.

Our goal is to make you a formal job offer or "not a good fit" decision very quickly, within 2 or 3 weeks from start to finish, so you're not left waiting on us.

We want to give you a great experience no matter what happens. But we're small, so please be patient and generous with your understanding if we don't meet those expectations just yet!

💘 What is Arrows?

Arrows—the product—is a tool for onboarding, sales, and success teams to close revenue faster and create happy customers. Arrows replaces spreadsheets or project management tools with a shared onboarding plan with tasks, checklists, and email reminders.

Arrows— the company—is a seed stage VC-backed startup. Our fully remote team is currently eight people. We get together in-person 2-3 times a year.

We've raised $5.3M in funding from Gradient Ventures (Google's AI-focused venture firm), HubSpot Ventures, and 50 really amazing angel investors (Jeff Lawson, Justyn Howard, Jason Goldman, Soleio, Michael Pryor, Joshua Schachter, and many more). You can see the full list or read about our funding in Techcrunch.

👬 Who are the founders?

Daniel Zarick was the 2nd product manager at Twilio, focused on internal tools, fraud detection, metered billing system, the short code line of business, and more. While running the internal tools team, he saw how companies adopt new tooling and processes. We've designed and built Arrows to take advantage of this bottoms-up product adoption model because of this.