Careers At StatusPage

We're looking for passionate, talented, curious people to help us
make the internet a more transparent place.

See Open Positions

Who We Are & What We Do
Building the status layer of the internet.

We launched with beautiful, hosted status pages that help startups talk to their customers when their app or website is down.

Since then, the product now integrates with other major players in the DevOps space, allows companies to display the status of their third-party dependencies, allows end-users to visualize performance details (think response time or uptime), and much more.

Not only are companies using StatusPage to communicate with their customers, they're also using it to communicate internally with employees.

We now serve over 2,000 customers in more than 40 countries. Last year, we helped those customers communicate over 23,000 incidents to the people who needed to know about it.

With so many exciting opportunities to execute on, we're really just getting started.

Where We're Located
Not from here? We'll relocate you!

San Francisco

The team is based in Atlassian's beautiful San Francisco office.

Additional Perks & Benefits
We want to make your life a little easier.

Open Vacation Policy
We have an unlimited vacation policy.
RSUs
Every employee is granted RSUs in Atlassian that vest over 4 years.
Custom Work Station
Get a hoss of a machine to do your best work on.
Relocation Reimbursement
We'll reimburse up to $5,000 in moving expenses during relocation.
Free Lunch + Snacks
Lunches are free on working days and the office is fully stocked!
Health Insurance Support
We cover your family's full health/dental/vision insurance costs.

Who You'll Work With
An intro to the people you'll spend time with.

Scott
Scott Klein

Co-Founder

As a co-founder, Scott has helped build and grow the StatusPage development and technical infrastructure teams. Now he focuses on product and roadmap work, travels way too much, and handles everything else that falls on the CEO plate. Before StatusPage, he worked on iOS development at ReverbNation, and blinking red lights for ndustrial.io.

Team member for about 4 years.

Dylan
Dylan Etkin

Software Engineer

Dylan works as a Senior Developer at StatusPage working on all things engineering. Before helping better the world one status page at a time, he ran the team that created bitbucket.org and before that he worked as a founding engineer building JIRA. When he's not doing software engineering, Dylan finds any excuse he can to travel.

Team member for over 1 year

Tyler
Tyler Davis

Software Engineer

Tyler is the longest tenured non-founder at StatusPage.io. As a full-stack developer, Tyler has developed new features (like our HipChat Connect integration) and started introducing a Javascript framework into our front-end (React used to build Better Error Pages). Outside of work, Tyler is a DJ, works on Soundviz, and makes half of the StatusPage team do Whole 30.

Team member for over 2 years

Duane
Duane Bailey

Software Engineer

Duane works at StatusPage behind the scenes as a Software Engineeer, developing features and keeping our flock of servers running real smooth-like. Before maintaining the collective status of the internet, he worked at Curalate out of Philadelphia. In his spare time, he enjoys seeing live local music, reading, cooking, and travel.

Team member for over 1 year

Matt
Matt Hamrick

Software Engineer

Matt works as a software engineer at StatusPage.io. His typical day includes anything from writing features to squashing bugs, and raging about trailing whitespace. He previously worked as a developer at Denver tech companies ATHN & Plink. When he’s not writing code, Matt’s hiking the backcountry, skiing in the Rockies or biking. He was on MTV once.

Team member for over 1 year

Sam
Sam Johnson

Software Engineer

Sam works as a software engineer at StatusPage. He enjoys refactoring our test suite and slowly converting everyone to Emacs users. Before joining the team he gained some XP engineering at Cisco and another startup. In his spare time he enjoys woodworking, fly fishing and paddle boarding.

Team member for 8 months

Steve
Steve Klein

Co-Founder

As a co-founder, Steve has helped build and grow StatusPage.io's product, marketing, and customer support teams. Before co-founding StatusPage, he was the Manager of Front-end Design and Development at ReverbNation, and did a brief consulting stint with other StatusPage co-founder Scott. Steve's got a pretty cool dog named Russell and plays hockey.

Team member for about 4 years

Scott
Scott Klein

Co-Founder

As a co-founder, Scott has helped build and grow the StatusPage development and technical infrastructure teams. Now he focuses on product and roadmap work, travels way too much, and handles everything else that falls on the CEO plate. Before StatusPage, he worked on iOS development at ReverbNation, and blinking red lights for ndustrial.io.

Team member for about 4 years.

Danny
Danny Olinsky

Co-Founder

Danny joined Scott and Steve as the third co-founder to scale sales and growth for StatusPage. Previously, Danny led sales at social media management startup, Argyle Social, before leaving to learn how to code at the Flatiron School in NYC. Danny may or may not be training the SF office to squash the Denver office in a ping-pong tournament at our next retreat.

Team member for over 3 years

Steve
Steve Klein

Co-Founder

As a co-founder, Steve has helped build and grow StatusPage.io's product, marketing, and customer support teams. Before co-founding StatusPage, he was the Manager of Front-end Design and Development at ReverbNation, and did a brief consulting stint with other StatusPage co-founder Scott. Steve's got a pretty cool dog named Russell and plays hockey.

Team member for about 4 years

Charlotte
Charlotte Whitmore

Operations Assistant

Charlotte is the Operations Assistant at StatusPage.io, doing the backstroke in a sea of admin tasks, events, and special projects—no two days are alike! Before joining the team, she worked at Payfone and Accelo (formerly AffinityLive.) If you know where to find a good fried chicken sandwich in Denver, she’s all ears.

Team member for over 1 year

Danny
Danny Olinsky

Co-Founder

Danny joined Scott and Steve as the third co-founder to scale sales and growth for StatusPage. Previously, Danny led sales at social media management startup, Argyle Social, before leaving to learn how to code at the Flatiron School in NYC. Danny may or may not be training the SF office to squash the Denver office in a ping-pong tournament at our next retreat.

Team member for over 3 years

Blake
Blake Thorne

Head Of Content

Serving as Head of Content, Blake focuses on content marketing, growth, and customer acquisition for StatusPage. Before joining StatusPage he worked as Content Marketing Manager for iDoneThis. He recently moved to Denver from the booming metropolis of Owosso, Michigan, where he spent 10 years working in newspaper journalism.

Team member for about 1 year

Danny
Danny Olinsky

Co-Founder

Danny joined Scott and Steve as the third co-founder to scale sales and growth for StatusPage. Previously, Danny led sales at social media management startup, Argyle Social, before leaving to learn how to code at the Flatiron School in NYC. Danny may or may not be training the SF office to squash the Denver office in a ping-pong tournament at our next retreat.

Team member for over 3 years

Dan
Dan Riley

Account Executive

As an Account Executive, Dan manages incoming leads, product demonstrations, pricing conversations, and general business development for StatusPage. Before joining the company, Dan had worked in politics, the non-profit sector, and at another San Francisco start-up, Voxer. In his free time, Dan has written a book, runs a podcast, and plays basketball.

Team member for about 2 years

Tony
Tony Ramirez

Account Executive

Tony works with folks interested in StatusPage that are even more interested in removing the words, "Hey is the thing down?" from their customer's and coworker's vocabulary. Before StatusPage he was a "utility player" (yes, dev work too) at, Motionloft, a sensor/hardware company based out of Potrero Hill. In his spare time, Tony is a hired gun on the soccer pitch.

Team member for over 1 year

Our Core Values
How we think and conduct ourselves.

Deliver Stellar Experiences
Everyone we interact with should know immediately that we’re not a mediocre software company. This includes the work we do for each other. Figure out what stellar means to your users, and be deliberate about shipping that.
Put Your Name On It
Starting is easy, but finishing is hard, and we need to be finishers. If things fall short, see them through to success. It may not be your fault, but make it your responsibility.
Lift Up The Team
Seek to understand the people around you, and always find ways you can contribute. We’re here to do great work, and only through the team can we accomplish this task.
Prioritize Empathy
Intentionally make time to interact directly with our customers. We build things to enrich their lives, they vote with their dollars to keep our company around. Go out of your way to close the empathy gap.
Choose Humility
We can’t build a team if we’re selfish and focused on accomplishments over learning. Humility is not easy, but it’s not supposed to be. Check your ego at the door.
Always Be Improving
Take the time to work on yourself. Expect the same to be done by everyone around you. The company is a fantastic platform to facilitate this work, don’t let the opportunity pass.

Current Openings
Join us, we're just getting started.

Engineering

Product & Design

Sales