The GAN team is looking for incredible people who share our community values. If there are open positions, they’ll be listed here.
There are no open positions at this time, but we’re always on the lookout for great people! Don’t hesitate to contact us at email@example.com. and let us know why you’d be a great fit for our team.
And, if you want to know what it’s like to work at GAN, here are our standard benefits:
A top-tier insurance plan where the company pays for 100% of your health, vision and dental plan along with a Flexible Spending Account where you can set aside pre-tax money for out-of-pocket medical expenses.
Cell Phone, Parking, & Public Transportation Reimbursement:
We’ll reimburse you for your cell phone, and any parking or public transportation-related costs (paying for an EcoPass).
We’ll pay for coffee and snacks from any coffee shop while you are working.
When you donate money to a qualified charity, GAN will make a matching gift to that charity on your behalf, up to $500.
Use up to a $50 per month fitness allowance for your gym membership, yoga studio membership, or whatever activity you do to stay healthy.
Admission and travel costs paid for professional development opportunities, industry meetings, and events.
We have a generous PTO policy, time off for all major holidays, and up to three days off to volunteer in your community every year.
Work at least one day a week from wherever you want. Whether it’s the mountains, your house, a hut…it doesn’t matter.
Every three years, employees are granted a one-month-long paid sabbatical.
Maternity and paternity leave for new parents.
We pay 100% of the costs for the hardware/software you need to do your job.
We provide standing desks to you in our Denver office, if you want one.
A “Holiday Holiday”:
We shut down the office every year from Christmas Eve through New Years Day for you to enjoy time with your family or friends.
Reasonable Work Hours:
And while this isn’t a formal benefit, we encourage 40-hour work weeks. The startup industry often asks people for regular 60+ hour weeks and regular pushes on weekends. We don’t want people working more than 40 hours a week in any sustained fashion. In a crisis or if we have a big project, we may require very short-term, extended hours, but otherwise, we strongly encourage working 40 hours a week and getting eight hours of sleep a night.