Work at Sawhorse Media

Our products

Muck Rack connects journalists with PR pros, companies and sources. Journalists use Muck Rack to build portfolios, track the success of their articles and connect with colleagues. Companies use Muck Rack to get more press and receive real time alerts when they're mentioned in the news.

The Shorty Awards honor the best of social media each year. Millions of people participate in The Shortys to recognize individuals and organizations producing great content on Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, YouTube, Foursquare and the rest of the social web.

Why you should work with us...

We get s%*t done.

Sawhorse is a profitable tech startup that bootstrapped its way to success, with people who know how to get things done. We move fast, are constantly improving our products and ship code multiple times a day. Everyone here is passionate about the problems they are solving and collaborate to make that happen.

We are a global company

Though our office is in SoHo, New York City, we have people working with us all around the world! From time-to-time we bring them together in person.

Work on great products

We work on real software products, with actual sales, used by people throughout the world as part of their job.

Flexible work from home and remote work policy

We want you to be working at your best, and wherever suits your working style. This could mean you spend a day or two in the office per week, and the other days wherever you want. We’re also cool with you working while traveling, in addition to off the grid vacations.

We have fun

We do weekly get-togethers in our office, in addition to a monthly game night. Our team is regularly planning outings that have included: a private tour of MoMa, coworking at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, seeing the Lego Movie, a hackathon weekend trip to Boston, day on a boat etc. In addition to events for us, we plan events for our users and community, such as Mucked Up. For your birthday and your first day of work, we’ll cater lunch for everyone in-house!

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