The Omni Group is a successful and talented team working to increase the productivity and joy of our customers throughout the world with our suite of products for Macs, iPhones, and iPads.
We are a long-lived company, and have the privilege of working with a unique selection of talented, driven, and friendly people. Please send your résumé to email@example.com using a format you are sure we’ll be able to read, and we will send you an automatic acknowledgment so you can be sure we received it. Unless otherwise stated, all positions are for full-time employment. Check the specific job postings to see if the hiring manager has any additional submission requirements.
What kind of applicants are we seeking?
You must be the sort of person who can see the glamor in any project if it helps Omni to succeed! We are looking for someone who is smart, but not conceited. If you think you know all the answers, we’re not interested. If you think you know some of the questions, send us a résumé. You must be a team player. You must, must, must be self-motivating. We don’t discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, disability, or genetic information. We recognize that our industry has a diversity problem and we’d like to be part of the solution.
The Omni Group is a rewarding but nontraditional place to work, and our compensation packages reflect that. We offer the usual range of traditional benefits to employees:
- Competitive salaries.
- Bonuses, based on our revenues and profitability for the year.
- Stock options. (Note that we are not aiming to become publicly traded.)
- 401(k), with company matching.
- Vision and dental coverage.
- Life and disability insurance
While our entire team has transitioned to working remotely, Omni is located in rainy Seattle, possibly the most beautiful city in North America and where we look forward to seeing each other in person again one day! The air here is still clean, the people are still friendly, local brands are still more popular than national brands, and music festivals still feel like they are for the people.