Modern landline and voice services
You will be working with our founder and product team (including five other engineers, two senior designers, and a project manager) to build the first full-service API to provision phone numbers and onboard modern voice features (like credit card processing via phone or a crowdsourced real-time spam-call filter). These projects use events only a carrier can get. We process millions of minutes of phone conversations per week, growing about 25% Month over month.
We build modern landlines for businesses and families.
Below is what to expect in our interview process. If you have questions, email us at email@example.com
This stage is a more informal call to get to know more about the role, and for you to evaluate whether it’s a good fit for you. We are looking for people who know what it means to join a fast-growing startup and who want to make a huge impact.
You’re welcome to ask lots of questions about whether working at Community Phone makes sense for you. The conversation will cover some light technical discussion about your past projects. Mostly, we want to know that you can code and ship fairly involved systems.
We will tell you about our architecture and will ask lots of technical questions. Also, we expect questions from you :)
If everything went well during the first two meetings, we schedule a final interview where you will talk with our CEO James Graham.
After the final interview, our team will take some time for analyzing feedbacks. If we conclude that you're a good fit for us, you will receive a job offer!
Community Phone Company YC W19 built a simple cloud phone system for businesses that don't operate a call center.
Our solution lets a business get all modern voice features (re-route if busy, greeting menu and IVR, programmable caller ID, cloud voicemail, etc) on their existing office phone and existing employee cell phones. All employees onboard instantly, no wifi required, no app to download. Businesses should not be missing out on orders because they can only take one call at a time, and they shouldn't need an IT person in order to get a modern business phone system.