What does it mean to be an Atom? Staying curious, taking responsibility, and always learning.

What attracted me to Atomic Object was the culture. I knew I would be working alongside intelligent, motivated people that really cared about the work they did. ‒ Ryan Abel Ra
Ryan Abel

An Atomic Way to Be

There's a lot wrapped up in Atomic culture—like open-books management, open-plan offices, and broad employee ownership. The groups we sponsor, and the urban neighborhoods where we work. The way we test everything. The way we pull together to meet deadlines—then meet for a bike ride and a beer.

We believe everyone comes to us with their own strengths, and a willingness to grow even further. We're always looking for curious people who take pride in what they do, and are willing to teach others what they know. Our culture allows us to make great work – and it makes for happier Atoms, too.

If this sounds like you, apply to be an Atom. We're currently hiring, and we'd love to hear from you.

The Atomic Team

Living Our Values

We summarize our culture with five values

Atomic attracts people who are creative and practical. Passionate and kind. People who put the team above their own egos. Who are motivated not by power or prestige, but by the sheer joy of making something awesome.

Read about our values

Stronger Together

Atomic's culture is something we create together, every day—using our values to make decisions, judge situations, and remind each other of what it means to be an Atom.

This strong sense of “being Atomic" means that, despite all our different strengths and opinions, Atoms work extremely well together. We feel like a real team, and we think that makes us happier and more productive.

Fitting in with Atomic's culture is so important that, when we're hiring, we rank it just as high as ability.

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Standup Meeting at Atomic Object Bicycle at AOGR