Culture & Jobs at HomeTown Ticketing

HomeTown Ticketing, the leading digital ticketing company for K-12 schools and colleges. Helping thousands of schools across the country seamlessly transition from cash and paper to digital ticketing. Headquartered in Columbus, Ohio.

Working at HomeTown Ticketing


Why work at HomeTown Ticketing

Professional Growth

  • Internal Mobility
  • Innovation

Diversity, Inclusion, & Belonging

  • Practices Inclusion
  • Listening
  • Women-Led
  • High Retention

Culture & Climate

  • High Team Member Retention
  • Results Oriented
  • Communication
  • Fast-paced
  • Creative
  • Transparent
  • Passionate
  • Resourceful
  • Goal Oriented
  • Local Community Involvement

Expectations

  • Work/Life Balance
  • Flexible Work Arrangements
  • Uses Agile Methodologies
  • Cross-Department Collaboration

Relationships

  • Team Events/Retreats
  • Team Support
  • Collegial
  • Friendly
  • Accessible Management
  • Heavily Team Oriented

Benefits

  • Parental Leave
  • Unlimited PTO
  • 401k
  • Health Insurance

A Day in the Life at HomeTown Ticketing

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Jobs at HomeTown Ticketing

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