Together we're building a company that will endure & products people will love for generations to come.
We believe that people do their best in a culture that fosters inclusion, innovation, & success. Our values - Champion the Customer, Take the Lead, Run Together, Ack + Own & Bring Yourself - serve as the foundation of our collaborative & dynamic culture.
Whether it's conducting a retrospective, participating in our monthly Hackdays, cranking out a new product feature, supporting our two PagerDuty bands, or doing our day to day work, Dutonians live & breathe these five values every day. Together, we solve real customer issues & fulfill our mission of connecting teams to real-time opportunities & elevate work to the outcomes that matter.
Solve for what's next-at PagerDuty.
Who are we
At PagerDuty, we believe that people thrive in a culture that fosters inclusion, innovation, & success. Our values serve as the foundation of a unique, fun, hard-working, collaborative & energetic culture. Together, we solve real customer issues & fulfill our mission of elevating work. We have offices around the world, with major hubs in San Francisco, Atlanta, Toronto, London, & Sydney. Our business & product footprint are growing fast. Are you in?
We champion our customers
More than 10,000 companies & organizations around the world rely on PagerDuty to keep their digital systems online & deliver 24/7 products to their customers. PagerDuty has delivered the most trusted digital operations management platform for the largest Fortune 100 brands & scrappy teams just starting out. Check out stories of how PagerDuty empowers a luxury cruise line & a non profit delivering cornea replacements.
How You Impact our Vision
Are you passionate about changing the way people do their work in today's technology-driven economy, helping them understand how software & people drive their business, & find opportunities to innovate instead of reacting & fire fighting? Do you want to build software with a focus on thoughtful user experience design, transform how PagerDuty is perceived in the market, & define an ambiguous problem space?