We’re glad you’re interested in working with us.


We’re a remote company. We are spread out all over the country and enjoy the flexibility remote working affords. Want to go on a mountain bike ride in the middle of the day? Cool, don’t forget your helmet! Need to pick the kids up from school? Nice, you’ve got parent of the year in the bag. We stay connected through Slack and workcations, including one annual trip that is funded by the company.

Our engineers value elegant code, but move fast. We’re writing code that runs on top of existing websites. Some tests only run for a few days before disappearing (though some do so well they become a permanent part of the client’s site). If “minimum viable product” isn’t in your lexicon, you aren’t a good fit.

Communication is critical. We’re a remote company. That makes communication — including writing and reading comprehension — extremely important. You’ll work closely with engineers, designers and writers. This is not a simple “write specs and close tickets” gig. Successful applicants enjoy the process of defining and clarifying specs, documenting processes, improving processes, seeing their ideas and work affect millions of users, and uploading custom emoji to Slack.

We’re relentlessly focused on our client’s happiness. The PM is a client-facing role. Managing a client relationship virtually takes a different type of skill set – the PMs have to be both a strategic partner, the customer (represented by the data), teacher and project manager over the phone/email/slack, all while delivering an exceptional level of service. This type of interaction is not for everyone, and we completely understand. It’s not easy!

We are not perfect. At the core of experimentation is the lesson to be learned from the test, whether a win, loss or inconclusive. We extend this concept to everything we do by setting the bar high for our team and fostering an environment of radical candor and constant learning.

This short essay sums up the philosophy we operate by: This is Professionalism. Sound like something you are interested in? Read on.

*Our positions are fully remote and to ensure compliance with all applicable labor laws, are open to U.S.-based applicants only. Not hiring in Washington state, Oregon state, San Francisco, or New York.*

Growth Product Manager
As a Product Manager at CROmetrics, you will be a hybrid product manager, strategic thinker, account manager and data analyst. Your primary role is to partner with our clients to improve their websites through data-driven experimentation and personalization. A Product Manager spends much of their time interfacing with clients, designers and engineers. On the client side, the PM must be able to generate data-driven ideas that will improve revenue and other key metrics on client websites. This position is fully remote and open to U.S.-based applicants only. Not hiring in Washington state, Oregon state, San Francisco, or New York.


A/B Test Engineer
An A/B test engineer spends most of their time working with Product Managers and implementing the tests that the PM’s and clients come up with. The tests come in the form of code that needs to be inserted into websites, via a tool called Optimizely. Candidates need to have excellent jQuery, HTML, SASS, and CSS skills. They should know how to use a command line, and how to work with a team using Git. It is expected that any engineer will understand basic concepts of cross-browser testing and media-queries. Understanding a JS framework, like Angular, Node, Express, etc, is helpful.


QA Analyst
QA Analysts review test implementations for bugs, missed requirements, and discrepancies. They work most closely with Product Managers and A/B Test Engineers to communicate their findings to ensure that we’re producing experiments of the highest caliber. Applicants should have experience with cross-browser testing, strong critical thinking, an understanding of web-application flow, and passing knowledge of browser devtools.