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Want to change the media industry alongside a team who love karting and coding in equal measure?
Say hello to your new career.
Come and work in one of the most exciting environments this side of media & tech
Car Throttle started life as a blog for young auto enthusiasts and has since grown into one of the largest community platforms on the internet, with 5 million users per month in 200 countries. But we're not finished yet. We're building a next-generation media platform with the backing of the minds and investors behind Facebook, Skype and AOL.Want to be a part of a brilliant team working on a product that matters? Join us!
Job listings can be found on the CircleSix jobs page.
We don't want to just create the biggest car site in the world, we want to build the best media platform on the internet.
Have a Voice
We know the best people have the best ideas. Have your say and watch millions of users interact with your product.
Work alongside bright, driven, talented individuals to unlock your true potential, and help us solve big problems.
We don't measure progress in months. We measure progress in minutes. Daily iterations are the norm here.
Everything we create is for our users. That's why we spend time crafting the best user experiences on the devices they want to use.
Competitive salaries, stock options, top-of-the-line equipment, fresh coffee and regular fun outings are just some of Team CT's benefits.
Meet Some Of Us
James Southorn, UX
I'm the man who loves colour here at CT. When I'm not knee deep in Photoshop, I'm buying outrageously colourful clothes and playing Destiny in my PJs.
Alex Kersten, Editor
Outside of shooting vids, editing and being harassed for my height, I spend my time driving cool cars, going to the gym and spending imaginary money on my future track car.
Darren Cassey, Staff Writer
When I'm not writing about the latest cars I've been driving, I'm usually honing my sim racing skills at home or taking press cars for a blast in the local countryside.