Come Build A Better Way to Buy Coffee

Craft Coffee is fundamentally rethinking the way people buy coffee beans. Every year Americans spend $13B buying mostly stale old coffee beans at grocery stores. Craft Coffee uses internet distribution and a subscription model to bring our customers better coffee, delivered conveniently on their schedule, while they continue paying grocery store prices. It's a better way to buy coffee. Come build it with us!

"a new discovery model ... called the Coffee DNA Project"
"the internet coffee company"
"the Pandora of coffee"

Get Immersed in your Work

When you're in the business of curating the world's best coffee, it's pretty great to be immersed in your work.

  • You'll work out of our Williamsburg, Brooklyn office where we roast fresh coffee every day. Get ready to get spoiled.
  • And, of course, you'll have an unlimited supply of Craft Coffee.

We're Kind of Like a Big Deal

We're backed by a group of global, top-tier investors, including YCombinator and 500 Startups.

Our partners include brands like TED and Wired.

We've been featured in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Fortune, TechCrunch, Wired, Fast Company, Esquire, New York Magazine and a whole lot more.

Featured Role

"As far as I know, startups are the only way to get 20 years of experience in five. The reason to join a startup is because you are awesome, you’re willing to work hard, and you don’t want to wait 20 years to be making decisions that impact the business. And if you go in with this mentality, even when startups fail, you succeed." - Startup L. Jackson


This is a role for a future company-builder who wants a true in-the-trenches early-stage startup experience. You can't learn this stuff in school or at a big company.

You will be granted significant authority to run the operations and fulfillment side of our company. But we also expect you to be highly involved in all sides of the business. Our physical product, web product and customer experience are all intertwined. You should be the kind of person who cannot stand inefficiency and always wants to automate and improve systems and processes.