Our mission is to grow and serve the digital audio market.
Chartable builds world-class tools for the podcast industry, starting with podcast analytics for creators.
We believe in the power of podcasts. We founded Chartable after we started our own, and we were surprised that there was so little data available to podcasters. So we set out to fix that.
We intend to build a lasting, sustainable company that we love to work at. We hope you'll join us.
How we work
We're a young company, but we've thought a lot about the culture we're creating and the way we work (with inspiration from & thanks to AngelList, Netflix, Patreon, and Carta). Here are some of our core values and behaviors. If this sounds interesting to you, please get in touch!
❀️ Be kind and candid 🎯
  • It's always worth the effort to be both kind and direct.
  • Agree and commit. If that's not possible, disagree and commit.
  • Respect and embrace diverse backgrounds, perspectives, and ideas.
  • No brilliant jerks. No nitpicking. No bike-shedding.
  • πŸ˜€ Be optimistic
  • This is creative work. Creating is for optimists.
  • Believe in yourself and your teammates.
  • Believe in what you're building.
  • Give new ideas room to grow.
  • πŸ₯‡ Be ambitious for our customers
  • Our customers have been generally underserved. We should wildly exceed their expectations.
  • Obsess over the customer experience.
  • Hide complexity from our customers.
  • πŸ“Š Get the data
  • Learn by shipping. Launching & learning is better than deliberating.
  • Own the outcome. Get data on what's working and what isn't.
  • Share lessons learned, including negative results.
  • Strong opinions, weakly held. Be willing to change your mind.
  • πŸƒβ€β™‚οΈ Do great work sustainably
  • 90% of success is a grind.
  • Doing the hard work is what makes you and the company valuable.
  • We judge the company (and each other) on results.
  • Results are often, but not always, linked to effort.
  • Results don't matter if you don't take care of yourself.
  • πŸ‘©β€πŸ’» Think together, execute independently
  • Do creative work, like roadmapping and product specs, together and synchronously.
  • Do independent work, like coding, solo and asynchronously.
  • Prefer asynchronous communication.
  • Keep meetings small and short.
  • Open positions
    Product Engineer

    Help us empower podcast creators around the world. You'll be our first hire, which means you'll be helping us define the culture of both the engineering team and the company at large. (Learn more about how we work—these are all strong opinions weakly held. You'll help us make them better.)

    You'll have the opportunity to own major parts of the product and the way we run the company, alongside great benefits (medical, dental, vision, life insurance, gym, PTO, and more), and a generous options grant.

    We don't care about where you went to school, or whether you have a Big Name on your resume. We love to work with people who are driven, kind, and proactive. Though we're both based in New York, this is a remote positionβ€”we're open to working with anyone within the continental US. (We're unfortunately unable to accept international applicants.)

    You will
    • Work with the founders to define and build our engineering culture
    • Help define your projects and own their execution, from design brief to coding to launch and metrics
    • Manage competing priorities against deadlines
    • Take responsibility for the code you own and improve our codebase with your presence
    You have
    • Deep interest in audio and podcasting—we serve podcasters, so you should care about podcasts
    • Real passion for building exceptional products and experiences
    • Strong full-stack engineering skills
    • Experience building with Ruby/Rails and React (ideal but not strictly required)
    • A track record of launching successful web projects
    • Very strong verbal and written communication skills (Native English proficiency not required)
    To apply

    Email jobs@chartable.com with your resume (PDF preferred), the job you're applying for, and tell us about your favorite podcast in 100 words or less.

    We care about diversity. If you are part of an underrepresented minority, we especially encourage you to apply. We are an equal opportunity employer and do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status.

    Our team
    Dave Zohrob
    Dave was most recently a Venture Hacker at AngelList, where he founded AngelList's NYC office and grew the team from 2 to 16+ people. He co-founded two startups reaching millions of users on iOS and the web and was also an engineer at HOTorNOT and Microsoft.
    His favorite podcasts include Slow Burn, Switched On Pop, a16z, Caliphate, and Conversations with Tyler.
    Dave Zohrob
    Harish Agarwal
    Harish started his tech career as a co-founder and CTO of Octopart, an early YCombinator-backed company (W07) which was acquired by Altium in 2015. He was most recently at AngelList, where he led a team of five engineers and designers developing the talent marketplace.
    His favorite podcasts include Recode Decode, The Lawfare Podcast, Caliphate, and Slow Burn.
    Harish Agarwal