We're in the Broom Factory Building in the Canton neighborhood in Baltimore, Maryland. All the hot technology startups in Baltimore are in the area.
Our usual lunch haunts: Qdoba, Chipotle, Panera and Five Guys are each within walking distance. Other, more "planned lunch" places include Langermann's and Rosina Gourmet. We go to these if we're getting tired of Chipotle (if that's even possible).
Need coffee? There's a Dunkin Donuts right in the parking lot! Going to a get-together after work? Chesapeake Wine is a great place to grab a bottle before you head out.
Competitive compensation. We don't expect everyone to work for free just because we're a startup. We want to make sure you're focused on making Localist better, not worrying about your rent.
Full benefits. We contribute 100% to health, dental and vision coverage via one of the best care packages out there.
Unlimited time off. Everyone on the team is expected to be naturally motivated to do good work. An important piece of being productive is taking time off; we don't want to limit its importance.
A Mac workstation. We're 100% Apple, which means stuff "just works." We leverage cloud services whenever we can, so information is accessible wherever you are.
A fridge full of goodies. We stock Coke products, including Powerade and Evian water. Have as much as your heart desires.
A front-row seat in the Baltimore technology community. We're a recent graduate of Baltimore's Emerging Technology Center, one of the most premier incubators on the east coast.
A candid environment. We like to move fast and execute. We believe encouraging a free-flow of ideas and creative freedom yields the best results.
The chance to disrupt an industry. We're rethinking a technology that hasn't changed in decades. Fixing a problem that is in desperate need of attention. Be a part of doing great things.
Most companies use nice-sounding words to define their values. Things like "honesty," "integrity" and "respect." In practice, these words are just that: words.
We put actions behind these words to demonstrate actual values. We judge you on these actions and use them as a guideline for rewarding, promoting, or letting go.
To put it simply: values are what we value. We strike a balance between freedom and responsibility, looking at things in context, without trying to control the process.
We want every person at Localist to be someone you respect; someone you can learn from. That's what makes a great workplace.
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