Tripwire is not your ordinary technology company — while we are known for developing best-of-breed solutions, we put people before things. To keep up our growth and balance it with a congenial, fun workplace we continually work to develop and empower our employees.
We are always evaluating our benefits package to ensure that employees’ needs are met, so this list may change. Benefits offerings may differ from country to country. If you’re ready for a challenging and rewarding career move, consider Tripwire. We will give you the chance to make a difference.
Tripwire pays a generous portion of the cost of health insurance for its employees and their dependents. The US PPO Plan includes a complementary plan for Chiropractors, Massage Therapists, Naturopaths and Acupuncturists for a very low copay!
Tripwire gives each Portland employee $100 toward transportation costs for Parking, Mass Transit or Bicycle Commuting. Employees may also put pretax dollars in their TSA account if the Parking or Mass Transit cost is more than $100/month. US Employees outside of Portland may choose between a dependent subsidy (to offset dependent health insurance premium deductions) or a gym membership subsidy.
We encourage employees to take time off, consistent with their job responsibilities. FlexTime has no pre-set number of days and it does not accrue. We believe Tripwire employees are capable of balancing their professional obligations with their personal lives and family needs.
Voluntary Life, EAP, Travel Assistance, Critical Illness, Whole Life and discounts and savings at Advantis Credit Union!
Equal Opportunity Employer
Tripwire is an equal opportunity employer in all personnel practices – including recruitment, advertising, hiring, participating in training and development programs, promotion and upgrading, layoff and termination, pay and other forms of compensation, insurance, worker's compensation and other benefits. We are committed to affirmative action and prohibit discrimination based on race, color, sex, age, religion, national origin, disability, Vietnam-era veteran or other eligible veteran status, or any other unlawful forms of discrimination.