Become a change-maker

Use your talent to help solve the biggest issue humanity is facing right now.

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What we do 🔧

We build software that lets businesses take control of their climate journey. From tracking and reducing emissions, to contributing to exciting climate projects around the world.

Who we are 👫

We’re a driven team who believe in creating a calm working environment. We were founded in France, but you’ll find us distributed across the world.

We’re committed to building an inclusive company, with a diverse group of talented people who all feel valued, feel like themselves, and thrive.

Our beliefs 🙌

We’re building a business that’s good for everyone, including society and the planet. That’s why we have B-Corp status and are an entreprise à mission, with our own committee that helps us keep to our manifesto.

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Why join us?

We’re a young startup with big ambitions. There’s plenty of potential to help shape the company, all while owning and growing your own role.

We work remotely, distributed across the world. But also have some optional co-working spaces in places with multiple Sweepers.

We work hard, and enjoy ourselves while doing so. We believe in creating a calm environment that knows life isn’t just work, and we’ll all do better work because of that.

Benefits 😋

We offer some neat benefits, too.

Offsites twice a year to meet with other Sweepers

At least 25 paid holiday days per year

Monthly phone allowance

Budget for equipment to set yourself up for remote work

Open positions

Want to join? Here’s what we’re looking for.

7 open roles

Can’t find what you’re looking for?

We’re still curious. Send us a general application

About Sweep

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