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Pavel, CPO & Co-founder
For engineers, designers and product specialists at Juro, being part of our team means you have the opportunity to work in a
**small and fast-moving team**that will give you the ownership to
**craft your own work**with autonomy so you can have a
**visible impact**on the company's growth and
**build your own career**– with Juro and beyond. All while building a product that
improves people's lives.
From the people we've spoken to (a lot!), we've found that the reason they're speaking with us comes down to a few pain points. Most people complain about these things in their current role and/or company:
**Your work is isolated.**You're spending most of your time developing or designing by yourself with little team interaction beyond the occasional standup or check-in.
**Your work is fragmented.**As a developer or designer, you're not able to see the big picture beyond what you're working on because nobody gives you an overview of what everyone's working on and why.
**Someone else decides.**You can’t make any critical decisions about how you want to work, what stack/tools you use or even what hours you put in.
**There are no wins for you.**Sometimes you work without seeing the results of your effort for a long time. It starts feeling like you out in a lot but aren't getting much out of it.
We've tackled all of these at Juro to make our team the best to work for. Read more below about what makes working at Juro unique, our stack, our team and open jobs.
At Juro I feel like I’m respected as a professional, my voice is heard and
**my opinion matters**. Our value «Be more human» works on every level — inside of our company and how we present ourselves on the market. There’s also
**complete transparency**, you can find any information about any department in Notion. That feels really
**honest and involving**.
We work with the garage door open. The most common questions people ask us:
How are we organized?
How do we communicate, work and operate?
What are we working on?