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Do work that matters

At Tidelift, we are creating a community of people who want to make open source work better—for everyone.

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We see a world where everyone wins—where open source developers have abundant reasons to keep innovating and maintaining their creations, and software development teams get a better way to manage the open source they depend on.

Why work with us?

Tidelift is building a better future for open source. We are a passionate team looking for people who share this vision.

We’re a fast-growing company with a seasoned team.

We believe in work-life harmony: doing good work, with urgency and pragmatism, and at a sustainable pace.

We value and celebrate diversity. The more inclusive we are, the better our work will be, so we're committed to building a team with a variety of backgrounds and perspectives. We want to build a supportive and rewarding place to work for everyone.

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“ john-bintz-685080-edited
Tidelift fits in so well with the way I work, the tools I use, and the values I hold about creativity and freedom.
John Bintz, Engineering

“ bmw
For me, working at Tidelift checked three important boxes: (i) meaningful, mission-driven work (ii) a distributed, remote-first culture, and (iii) true work-life harmony."
Brian Weisberg, Finance & Business Operations

“ oscar
The huge lure of Tidelift was the opportunity I saw for me to finally give back to the open source community, but on a much bigger scale.
Oscar Spencer, Engineering

“ lauren-hanford
The thread that runs through my own work is one of looking for mission-driven opportunities.
Lauren Hanford, Design

“ amanda-mcdermott
The honest truth is, I joined Tidelift because 1) I liked the ethos around the whole Tidelift concept, and 2) I liked the people on the team.
Amanda McDermott, Engineering

“ amy
The Tidelift mission is real and powerful. The whole team lives and breathes the concept of paying the maintainers.
Amy Hays, Marketing