Recruitment Branding

Join us in sharing about life at Sourcegraph and our open roles! An important part of finding top notch talent is leveraging our individual networks. This page outlines tips and guidelines for promoting Sourcegraph’s culture, values, and what it’s like to work at Sourcegraph.

Sharing to your personal social platforms

Sourcegraph will share the top priority roles we’re hiring for via LinkedIn and Twitter posts. It is encouraged to post about our open roles on personal Linkedin and Twitter profiles as well. Thank you for helping us attract and hire the best talent!


LinkedIn posting best practices


Content to share:

Awards and recognition:

Inc. 5000

We made #244 on the 2022 Inc 5000 List and we want to spread the word about it! Feel free to share this post content on your social networks:

  • Option 1: “I’m happy to share that we are #244 on the #Inc5000 fastest-growing companies list. How? By helping 1.275M devs understand their codebases with an all-remote team of 250+ teammates across 25+ countries.
  • Option 2: “Huge thanks to our teammates for all their work to build Sourcegraph into a code intelligence platform used by dev teams at companies like Uber, GE, Reddit, Canva, and Plaid.

Other content:

Leaving company reviews

We encourage teammates to leave honest reviews about their Sourcegraph experience on the following sites:

Writing prompts

You are welcome to use these prompts to get ideas flowing for your review:

  • I enjoy working at Sourcegraph because…
  • My favorite perk/benefit at Sourcegraph is…
  • A day in the life of a Sourcegraph employee includes…
  • Since starting at Sourcegraph, I have learned…

If you want to make a suggestion or notice outdated company details on any of our profiles, please let your recruiter know or send a slack in the #hiring channel.

Job boards

Our Careers Page is a great resource for candidates to learn about working at Sourcegraph and view our current job opportunities. In addition to posting our open roles on our Careers page and LinkedIn profile, we also leverage various job boards.

Before posting to a job board:

In order to assess the return on investment for any given job board, it is critical that we create custom sources and tracking links in Greenhouse. This will allow us to capture data on where applicants are applying from.

Please follow these instructions:

Job boards we currently use:

  • LinkedIn. All jobs that are publically listed in our applicant tracking system are automatically pushed to LinkedIn
  • Glassdoor. All jobs that are publically listed in our applicant tracking system are automatically pushed to Glassdoor
  • Indeed. All jobs that are publically listed in our applicant tracking system are automatically pushed to Indeed
  • BuiltIn. We have a company profile on BuiltIn that links to our careers page.
  • Console. We have a company profile on Console that links to our careers page.
  • “Ask HN: Who is Hiring” monthly thread. Devon Coords posts one job to Hacker News on the first of every month.
  • RemoteWoman. RemoteWoman scrapes our career page, we can also message them to manually post our unlisted roles.
  • Tech Ladies. With our current plan we can post up to 10 roles at a time (and can rotate out roles as they are filled). Kemper Hamilton owns this list. We can update our posted roles anytime by emailing
  • AngelList
  • Diversify Tech. Kemper Hamilton can post open roles here upon request from the Hiring Manager.
  • Job boards we’re using for our Internship Program

Other job boards/coding bootcamps we have used in the past:

Future job boards:

We welcome suggestions for more places that we can post our open roles! Please reach out to your recruiter or post in the #hiring slack channel to suggest a new job board.

We want to make sure our job postings reach a wide audience and that we’re posting in multiple places without a large overlap in members from our existing job postings.


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