We understand that an inspired staff is the most innovative staff, so we built a company culture from the ground up where every employee is empowered to explore insight and share it with the team. We appreciate the time and dedication our staff members bring to work every day and strive to reward that dedication.
See your suggestions put into action. We encourage an open, collaborative work culture because we believe every idea is important.
New employees are paired with a friendly staff mentor to answer questions and ensure a smooth and easy adjustment period.
Have a good idea? Talk to peers, managers or executives. Our founders hold computer science degrees and are active members of the team.
Healthy staff members make us happy. Sports engagement and lunch salad bars keep the team fit and flexible.
All work and no play makes a dull staff. So we celebrate holidays, birthdays, work anniversaries and other milestones with fun activities.
Take a day off with pay to volunteer where it matters most to you, or join the company in various community service projects throughout the year.
MeridianLink seems like an awesome place to work. What should I do to get your attention?
Great question! We love go-getters. First, check out our opportunities section below. We update it regularly, so if you don’t find a position that matches your education or experience, keep coming back. Then send your current resume to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please write the name of the position you’re applying for in the subject line of your email.
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If we think you’re a fit, we’ll get back to you within 3 business days. We may include a link to an assessment or exercise in our emails. If it’s been a while since you’ve heard from us, check your spam folder.
What shall I expect when I interview with MeridianLink?
If you seem like a good match for the position, we’ll email you an invitation to meet with us at one of our offices. We will discuss your experience and education. We might give you a skills-based exercise that is related to the position. We’ll throw in some questions that give us a sense of how you solve problems, how you present your ideas, and other examples of skills related to the position. If you’re a software developer, we’ll likely ask you some detailed technical questions about your skill set and ask you to perform live coding. Don’t worry; we’re sure you’ll do great.
What is the MeridianLink dress code?
Like many software companies, we’re pretty casual. You should feel free to rock your own personal style (…within appropriate limits). However, during your face-to-face interview, you’ll want to demonstrate your professionalism, so to dress up rather than down. You never know whom you’re going to meet in our hallways, and it’s always a good idea to make a smart first impression.
What is the office culture like at MeridianLink?
Will I get on-the-job training?
Continuous learning is a key component of our culture! You may get a customized training course, work one-on-one with a more senior member of your team, or access information from our comprehensive online learning system.