Find out what it's like to work at ReadyTalk and what it takes to be part of the team.
Careers at ReadyTalk
Who Works at ReadyTalk
ReadyTalk employees strive to make customers say, "WOW!" through teamwork, collaboration, a commitment to learning, and having fun. But, employees aren't all work; find out more about ReadyTalk's employees.
Meet our Values at ReadyTalk
Whether it’s tackle customer challenges or building an iPhone app during the weekends, ReadyTalk employees find innovative solutions to interesting problems.
From lunchtime runs to climbing the world’s tallest mountains to IronMan competitions, ReadyTalk employees are energetic and have hobbies that put that energy to work.
Two heads are better than one, so ReadyTalk employees believe that three or four heads must be even better. It’s common to see three people huddled around a desk or four people at a whiteboard collaborating on new ideas.
ReadyTalk employees are passionate about technology, about customer service and about web conferencing and it shows.
ReadyTalk employees take full advantage of everything Colorado has to offer—camping, hiking, biking, skiing, climbing, kayaking, snowboarding, running and more.
Big Brothers Big Sisters, Habitat for Humanity, Colorado Coalition for the Homeless, Goodwill, National Sports Center for Disabled, American Red Cross, Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, Lupus Foundation are just a few non-profit organizations that ReadyTalk employees support with time and/or money.
ReadyTalk is always seeking compassionate, nature-loving, athletic, passionate, collaborative, innovative and energetic individuals.
Check out our current open positions if you are interested in pursuing a career with ReadyTalk.
The Benefits of Working at ReadyTalk
ReadyTalk’s culture and employee benefits have led to several awards including being recognized as a Best Company to Work for in Colorado. While these accolades are nice, the important thing is the ReadyTalk keeps employees happy, and in turn, keeps customers happy. In addition to a commitment to customers, ReadyTalk is committed to employees’ health and well-being and provides a generous benefits package.
Ever wonder what it's like to be part of ReadyTalk's team? Take a closer look and find why employees love it here.
- 100 percent employer-paid healthcare (health, dental and vision) for employees and their families
- FSA Accounts for healthcare, parking and childcare expenses
- 401(k) matching
- Employee Stock Option Plan (ESOP)
- RTD EcoPass for metro-area RTD services
- Quarterly reimbursements for a health club membership up to $25 per month
- Discounted classes at Colorado Free University
- Tuition Reimbursement
- Ample vacation and holidays
As if that wasn’t enough, ReadyTalk also offers employees options to achieve greater work-life balance with:
- A great downtown-office location
- Two kitchens stocked with snacks and beer
- Nintendo Wii (with Guitar Hero) and an X-box 360
- Office bikes for running those downtown errands
- Indoor bike storage
- Access to the office fitness center
- Weekly yoga
- Visiting massage therapist
- $300 per year toward race entry fees
- 20 hours of paid volunteer time per year to support a non-profit organization of your choice
- Corporate matching for donations to non-profit organizations
- Teambuilding and corporate events
ReadyTalk is always seeking individuals who mirror our company philosophy and values. If you are interested in pursuing a career with ReadyTalk, check out our current openings and apply online now.Apply
There's a lot that goes into being one of the Top 10 Companies to Work for in Colorado, and it starts with our hiring process. Our end goal is to have each employee in a job that uses their NATURAL talents on a daily basis, so we’ve developed a hiring process to help us do that.
Here are the steps candidates go through before joining the ReadyTalk team:
- Applying - Start by filling out the online application.
- Questionnaire – We also use written questionnaires to help us better understand a candidate's thoughts and philosophies that might be pertinent to the open position.
- Review Process – It is common for hundreds of candidates to apply when we open a new position. It can take several days, possibly as long as two weeks, to review applications.
- Phone Interview – A Talent Acquisition Manager will call to conduct a short phone interview with candidates we have determined might be a good fit.
- Talent Interview – The talents interview is usually comprised of two to three rounds of interviews. The purpose of these interviews is to dig deeper into a candidate's natural talents and drive.
- Cultural Interview – Once we have determined that a candidate is a ‘natural' for the role, the final step is a cultural interview, which is an opportunity to understand the candidate's values, work ethic, and how he/she works within the framework of our company's culture.