Eric’s role has transformed over the years, but his affinity for SEO and SEM, all things number and metrics-related, and constant need to test something new will never waiver. Eric prides himself on knowing “fun facts” on just about any topic thrown his way. You’ll most likely find him scrolling through one of dozens of open internet tabs whilst feasting on his latest ethnic microwavable meal.
He starts his day by reviewing code, drinking coffee, and working on the latest project to make the UX even better. He has been with the team for 3 years and was lured by chance to try new technologies. He’s so passionate about the product that he’s traveling to Washington, DC to train customers. When he’s not contemplating UX and raising kids (or chickens), he enjoys playing Destiny or the latest version of FIFA.
Adam’s been with the company for four years and was attracted to the autonomy. He was told to build a team and ‘make it work.’ One of his latest projects is getting Amazon Web Services online. When he’s not keeping the ClearanceJobs environment running, he enjoys playing Battlefield 4 and skateboarding with his son.
Morgan started with an internship in 2005 and hasn’t left since. Once described as the muscle of ClearanceJobs, she will lay the smack down on anyone who dares put a space in-between Clearance and Jobs. When she isn’t dreaming up puntastic copy for the next direct mail campaign, she’s at home with her husband, two daughters and furbaby.
One of Joe's favorite things about the job is the ability to think outside of the box. He likes working with a small team that operates with a family feel and forward thinking ideas. Outside of the office he stays busy with his kids and a variety of athletic feats including golf, basketball, volleyball and slow pitch softball.
Eric has been with ClearanceJobs for 9 years. He was referred to the company by a friend and likes being a part of a small team who makes a big impact. His favorite forum is Larcasts Discussions. He’s played through all of the levels of Monument Valley on iPad, and his favorite keyboard shortcut is Command+D, which deletes a line of text in his editor. “I like terse code.”
Megan has been a part of the ClearanceJobs marketing team for just over two years. She is passionate about email marketing and hosting meaningful events. In her free time, she's can be found working on home improvement projects, going to Chick-Fil-A with her new husband, or playing with their Blue Heeler, Ripley. Almond-flavored cake is the way to her heart.
Aside from being our ClearanceJobs know-it-all, Michelle is also the resident baker of the group. When she’s not putting out product fires or providing in-depth training to customers, she can be found on the softball field, cheering on the Iowa State Cyclones, whipping up her next confectionery creation or spending time with her puppies.
He began working for ClearanceJobs because it was the right technology, with the right team, at the right time. He has been with the team for two years and enjoys the challenge and problem-solving nature of the work. His favorite forum is Reddit, he has too many favorite keyboard shortcuts to mention, and his favorite online game is Pacman.
Stephanie has the distinction of being the first full-time Des Moines-based ClearanceJobs staff member. Hired in 2006 to manage the ClearanceJobs marketing, she’s dabbled in everything from event planning to marketing automation to sales training. As General Manager, some would consider her the “mom” of the company – just don’t ask her to do your laundry.
Favorite Magazine: The Week; Favorite TV Show: Walking Dead; Favorite Group: Avett Brothers; Favorite Podcast: Happier, with Gretchen Rubin
Tisha helps keep complex ClearanceJobs projects running smoothly. She likes being a part of a small, dynamic team where you can reach out and work with a variety of groups, from sales and marketing to development and user experience. When she’s not at work she enjoys drinking wine and binge-watching her latest favorite show on Netflix.
Evan is the Founder and President of ClearanceJobs.com. He started with DHI (formerly Dice Holdings) in 2004 after selling ClearanceJobs to this fine bunch of folks. When he’s not working, he’s usually spending time with his family, writing songs, playing games (PCMasterRace, of course), or daydreaming of travel to faraway lands.
Troy came to the ClearanceJobs team from Microsoft in Seattle. He was attracted to the company for the workshop vibe – dress as you are (no suits and ties for our developers!) and the puzzle solving nature of the work. Outside the office he enjoys gaming. Troy has a racing simulation gaming set up that leaves his coworkers highly jealous.
Dan has worked for the enterprise for two years, but he recently transitioned to specialize in analytics for ClearanceJobs. When Dan is not writing queries or creating visualizations in Tableau, he is reading up on the history of science and pondering the most pressing issues like if no coffee escapes a thing’s grasp, is that thing a black hole?
Jason works out of the Denver office as a senior software engineer. He was attracted to the team by the new technologies and techniques he’s able to apply. The first thing he does when he gets to the office is grab a Chai tea, and when he’s not at work, you might find him playing Dungeons and Dragons.
Alex is one of the newest members of the ClearanceJobs team. He said he knew right away working for ClearanceJobs was the right thing to do. He enjoys the funny atmosphere and working with an ambitious team of the best developers. When he’s not programming, you can find him reading, playing soccer, or hiking.