What the heck is Jobward?
Jobward helps job-seekers navigate the hiring process with confidence.
You’re a professional, whether you’re just starting your career or you’ve spent years honing your expertise. However, just because you are qualified for a job, doesn’t mean you have the skills to apply, interview and get hired for that job. It might not be fair, but that’s how it is. Getting a job is different than doing the job!
Jobward is here to help. We’re building a set of tools to help you set goals, stay organized and land your next, best job. We believe that you’re talented, responsible and professional, and we want to help you showcase that to employers.
Jobward is not a job board. We don’t source candidates for recruiters or spam our users with job postings. Instead, we help job seekers become outstanding candidates.
Our goal is to make sure that when employers and candidates have a conversation, they’re both excited about it.
Dirk brings lots of technology to this party, but his experience at Rackspace taught him the importance of focusing on the people. His focus is trying to give job seekers the best tools to find the job of their dreams.
Dirk’s worst job was the two days he spent driving an ice cream truck.
Brett is a technologist, artist, and maker. He balances great design with fresh tech for good tools that are easy-to-use.
Raking sand traps one summer at a country club in Indiana at 4am is when Brett learned "you should never do anything well that you don’t like doing".
Drew is a professional storyteller and experience designer. Throughout his career, he's wrangled untamed creativity into actionable designs.
Drew is motivated by wild places, ideas and people. He collects books on the anthropology of magic. Drew once got chewed out by a boss - in German - for buying the "wrong kind" of sandwiches.
Natalie is a project manager and people organizer. She keeps people on track, projects moving forward, and makes sure the lights stay on. Got a problem? She'll solve it.
If dark humor and good food are your thing, Natalie's your pal. She once sold lawn care services in Idaho ... in January. She was somehow promoted to sales manager.