Using Pinterest makes people feel more inspired, optimistic and creative. People use it to reconnect with themselves and discover new things to try. That’s why it’s one of the world’s most beloved brands.
We have passions outside of work and want to share and learn from each other. We shut down the offices for two full days a year to do just that. We have regular meetups where expert Pinployees teach others in a new topic or skill.
We want to meet the important people in your lives. We host family friendly events, for kids and adults, such as pumpkin carving, summer picnics, holiday parties, halloween dog parades and Valentine’s card makefests.
Working at Pinterest
“It was clear from my first conversation that this is a purpose-led company with the heart, mind, and values needed to become an iconic, global brand. Pinterest inspires people everywhere to create a life they love. I believe it can be one of the truly positive corners of the Internet and I’m excited about the great possibilities to come.”
“Ever since I was young, I aspired to be an entrepreneur. From elementary school onwards, I was always figuring out ways to make things people wanted and sell them – whether it was origami creations, computer programs, websites, you name it. This drive in me has never gone away, and Pinterest has been a place that’s enabled me to cultivate this passion and develop the skills to do it at scale. When you tell people you work at Pinterest, they immediately smile and emphatically tell you about the last time they used it to find inspiration for something personal and meaningful to them. After nearly a decade working here, I feel so lucky to get to work alongside teammates with huge imaginations and passion and couldn’t imagine a better place to get to build products that deliver inspiration to the world.”
– Naveen Gavini SVP of Products
“One of the things that really inspired me about what was happening at Pinterest was that the team, Creator Management, which I oversee, is part of Core Product… Creators at Pinterest is part of Core Product mainly because Pinterest wants to make sure that the Creators team is influencing how the product gets made. So truly an interesting career opportunity here, frankly a once in a lifetime opportunity that I couldn’t turn down… In all my previous jobs in my entire long career, the objective was: here is a bucket, put content in a bucket and fill it up. Now, my job at Pinterest is: make a bucket.”
– Aya Kanai Head of Content and Creator Partnerships at Pinterest
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We’re looking for all kinds of people.
Pinterest is an equal opportunity employer and makes employment decisions on the basis of merit. We want to have the best qualified people in every job. Pinterest policy prohibits unlawful discrimination based on race, color, religious or religious creed, sex, sexual orientation, gender, age, or any other consideration made unlawful by applicable federal, state, or local laws.