The Dayton Business Journal has named Marxent one of the Best Places to Work for 2015. The list includes 28 companies from across the Dayton region, each selected for excellent employee feedback, engagement, and effectiveness. Team culture is a point of pride at Marxent, so we are tickled to have been selected for this recognition.
Several members of the Marxent team weighed in.
Marxent’s culture is flexible yet focused on accomplishing what needs to be done. That combination allows everyone to explore new ideas and put their best foot forward. – JOHN
The team here is our secret weapon. We have a lot of highly talented people, and each one brings a special set of skills to the group. – ROBBIE
I’ve never worked with a team as supportive and excited about their projects as ours. The best work comes from new concepts we believe in, even (or especially) when they’re ideas that have never been done before. – TRACE
The Dayton Business Journal will hold a 2015 Best Places to Work awards dinner on April 23 at Dayton’s Schuster Center.
Marxent’s co-founders, Beck and Barry Besecker, are both Dayton natives and we are always looking for inspired local talent to work out of our Dayton, Ohio office. Marxent is a great place for engaged, curious and self-motivated 3D artists, developers and project managers. We have over 50 employees in Dayton and a sister office in St. Petersburg, Florida. To learn more about the people who work at Marxent, check out our employee blog, and follow us on LinkedIn, Facebook, and Twitter for the latest Marxent news.
If you’d like to work at Marxent, start by getting to know us. Start by exploring our website, checking out our job listings and reading about our company culture. If it feels like a natural fit to you (even if there isn’t a job listed that matches your skills and talents), then send your resume, a cover letter describing your interest and examples of your work to Beck Besecker. We look forward to hearing from you.
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