How it Works
We introduce great teams to companies, ensuring that they do great work together. View the list of team jobs from our growing list of partners. Each opportunity is curated so that it takes your and your team's career to the next level.
Give us 5 minutes to help change your career.
Ben is a software developer. He does his best work with teammates Meghan and Singh. He also dreams of working with his college friend, Ryan. Ben signs up for Elevator and invites each member of his dream team.
Elevator works hard to sign up desirable companies. Suggest a company for us to go talk to, and we'll find great Team Opportunities for you. Search our opportunities and apply directly to the company you want.
Elevator is not just for one job. It is a platform for building your career. Relationships define successful teams and Elevator helps you move up together.
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Why Get on Elevator?
One person can contribute to a project but a team is relied on to solve problems. This is hugely beneficial to companies. Teams that work well together are highly valued. There is high value in team jobs, and companies realize this.
Working together opens up new team jobs and interesting projects. Working well together opens new doors and provides the recognition you deserve.
Great working relationships can multiply speed and effectiveness many times over. A team’s best work happens when everyone complements one another.
Over a 50-year career, you'll spend at least 35% of your waking hours working. Imagine building a career where you keep working with your favorite people even after you’ve changed jobs.
Escape the bombardment of cold calls and emails from recruiters. Elevator acts as your trusted partner and introduces you to employers only when you are ready.
We only email the people you select for invitation. That means you can choose to log in with LinkedIn to make the signup process easier knowing that no invitations or emails are sent without your permission.
The team with the best players wins.
Jack Welch, Former CEO of General Electric