Findery is hiring!

We’re a small team based in an awesome office in San Francisco’s Hayes Valley neighborhood and want to meet creative people eager to help others share the places that matter to them. We’re currently seeking Android developers and back-end web developers – if you love Findery, get in touch. All of these positions are in our San Francisco office.

About Findery

Founded by Caterina Fake–chairwoman of Etsy and co-founder of Flickr and Hunch–Findery lets people create, share, and discover notes about the places around them. We want to build something that millions of people will use and love. We want people to put our company name on their license plates; to make cakes with our logo on them; and to meet on Findery, fall in love, and live happily ever after. We’ve built something like this before, and it was one of the most fulfilling experiences of our lives. We’re doing it again.

Who we're looking for

We’re looking for people who have a reputation for building cool things, a knack for learning and reaching just outside their comfort zone, and a passion for creating a virtual space that will foster real-world experiences. Finally, we’re hoping to hire people with the confidence to voice opinions and offer help, but have the humility to welcome opinions and ask for help.

Plus, you oughta be fun to be around.


iOS Developer

Findery is seeking an iOS developer to join our mobile team to collaborate with us on our iPhone and iPad apps. You’ll be working with our product, design, and engineering teams to build a delightful and immersive mobile experience for Findery. Email us at

Preferred Skills:

  • You have 2+ years of experience coding Objective-C and have something (code, an app, etc.) to show off.
  • You sweat user experience details and know that native experiences are, above all, where polish counts!
  • You can work with a big code base with other developers (we use git) and communicate that work with both technical and non-technical folks.
  • You like readable code, you are familiar with Cocoa and iOS best practices, and you stay up-to-date on iOS SDK improvements.
  • You have a sense of humor.