GearsCRM is constantly on the lookout to add quality team members. We need people who aren’t afraid to get their hands dirty – everyone at Gears, from the top down, must work with Salesforce on a day to day basis to stay sharp. We’re looking for someone with a passion for business processes, and a love for what Salesforce can do to scale and automate those processes. We want smart, imaginative and self-sufficient problem solvers who can dazzle our clients with creative solutions leveraging Salesforce to solve their problems. Most of all, we look for down to earth people who will work well with the team and are fun to work with.
I’ve worked at small firms and Big 4, and my experience with Gears has been a perfect blend of the pros and cons of each environment. This is a team that is extremely bright, customer-oriented and driven, while keeping things really fun. You get to work on cool projects and the latest and greatest Salesforce features, but without the impersonality of some of the larger firms.
GearsCRM is a great place to work because the projects are diverse and allow you to grow skills and take on new challenges across multiple industries. We work as a team in a remote environment that is still insanely collaborative. GearsCRM supports a positive work life balance for all people, family, kids and pet friendly.
What’s it like working at Gears? It’s showing up every day knowing you have a team of insanely smart and kind people supporting you. This team isn’t focused on “getting customers” but rather going the extra mile for each other and our customers to build lasting partnerships.
Training, support from within, the diverse workforce, room for career growth, and the ability to provide superior customer service skills while delivering a product we can be proud of everyday… those are some of the many reasons I’m so happy I found GearsCRM.
My favorite thing about working at Gears is our amazing team. We have knowledgeable people on every area and everyone is always willing to help and provide their expertise.
“Work hard, play hard” seems cliche, but when we asked for photo submissions from the team, we received a lot of “play hard” pictures!