Job Postings

Gossamer Threads is always looking for talented people to join our team. If you think you have what it takes, please get in touch with us.

Operations Manager [Brand New Role!]

July 2018: We’re growing! Work with smart, innovative people who are passionate about what they do! is looking for an experienced Operations Manager with a proven track record of leading and developing the Network Operations Centre for an Internet Service Provider, Managed Service Provider, or other similar business. In this brand new position, the ideal applicant will coordinate a highly technical team supporting a fully managed web and cloud hosting environment. They will be working directly with management and the systems team to implement new processes and policies, helping improve efficiency and customer satisfaction.

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Intermediate Web Application Developer

July 2018: GTmetrix is the world's largest performance testing site, testing over 300,000 pages per day. We're looking for a developer to join our small, dedicated team, working to develop and augment GTmetrix, enhance the application's reputation for being the web's premier site speed analysis tool, and evolving it to the 'next level'.

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“Fit” is everything. We hire people who share the values, passion and sense of humor of the firm. If you love what you do — and are equally good at it — we’d love to hear from you. We are always seeking out good people who can join us. Sound interesting?


We’ve built an open, friendly, and casual workspace, in which our staff can move about freely and enjoy some of the little perks we fit in between some rather serious code.

Our Workplace »


Just like a good meal needs quality ingredients, a good company is dependent upon great people. It’s for this reason that we set our standards high.

Our Expectations »


All of us have been in the job market, left waiting and wondering what was going on behind the curtain. Let’s put an end to that right now with some straight-forward Q&A.

Common Questions »