At Storypark, you’ll build products that help children all over the world fulfil their unique potential, by connecting and empowering the communities around them. To do this, we’re bringing together and learning from the world’s greatest thinkers and doers.
Do it for you
Feed your passion. Challenge yourself every day. Hone your craft. Solve difficult problems. Take home a competitive salary. Feel looked after. Be supported in your professional development. Take ownership in your work. Make friends. Climb walls.
Feeling loved by the users we have makes the opportunity to grow even more exciting.
Value our values
Impact – Get to the root of important problems.
Make a difference, not just a dollar.
Community – Being stronger together means harnessing and sharing diverse perspectives.
Potential – Support and empower your customers and team.
We borrow from lean, agile and human-centred design philosophies. We’re made from equal parts logic and creativity. We research, listen to our users, and experiment. And we ask “Why?” until it can’t be asked any more.
In an average day, I’ll talk to someone who inspires me on the other side of the world, laugh about a conversation in our Slack channels, feel proud about the work I do, and go rock climbing when I need some thinking time… all before lunch.
Play well with others
Embrace the opportunity to be part of a small team making big waves. Small is fast, flexible, cohesive, productive and focussed. It lets us have stronger relationships, creates less paperwork, and we get the most out of each valued team member.
Bonus double metaphor: Don’t be a small cog in a big machine, be a big fish in a small pond.
We’re a small team of creatives, technologists, thinkers and carers, which is how we achieve our extraordinary goals.
Learn from 3-year olds
When your customers are early childhood teachers and parents, and you spend your research time in early learning services hanging out with young children, you won’t ever feel like you’re dragging yourself off to a 9-5. Sometimes you need to talk to a two year old just so you can understand life again.