Both our customers and our internal team make heavy use of tools that we develop in-house, such as our Control Panel, our API and automated deployment systems. We’re looking for developers to help us push these to the next level.
We asked some of our team members why they chose SiteHost, what the application process was like, and what it's like to work here. Read the Inside Word.
This is a place where they encourage upskilling and growth, so if you’re the type of person that loves taking on new challenges, this is the right place for you.Read the Inside Word
Anyone who works here will tell you that the team is everything at SiteHost. It's evident that SiteHost puts people first because they nurture every individual who works here. There's a reason this business has stood the test of time: Things like listening to feedback, being open to change, and making sure every member of the team feels comfortable and challenged. Everyone here is genuine and supportive of each other and I'm happy to have become friends with many on my team.Read the Inside Word
I applied because I liked the variety in the role. It sounded like SiteHost were working with some pretty cool tech and in a lot of different areas, so I’d have an opportunity to find what interests me. I also really liked the interview process which was a series of challenges, some programming and some Linux admin tasks, which gave me a good feel for what I would be doing in the role.Read the Inside Word
We have built the infrastructure and support team that your business can rely on, but we'll let the numbers do the talking.
We're a stable team with a longer average tenure than the industry average. Our people enjoy it here, and we do our best to keep it that way.
We've grown from two people in 2004, to ten people in 2014, and we're still going.
We've been around long enough to know how to succeed in this industry, but every day still brings a new challenge.