– Startup Companies. Startup jobs.

Startuply.comIf you are interested in working for a startup, Startuply could help you find your job. The site is a listing of positions available to work for top startups, such as Digg, StumbleUpon, and more.

If you scroll over a listing, you can see a brief rundown of what the job is about in the margin. Viewing the full post, you can find an overview of the job, what your responsibilities would be, the experience needed from the potential candidate, and details such as how much funding the company has, how many employees work for them, salary information, whether it’s fulltime or not, whether you can telecommute or not, and what industry the site falls into. Some even have pictures of the site’s team. Applying takes two seconds, since you don’t need a user account or to have some sort of profile all set up first. You just need to enter your name, email address, write a message to the company, and include your CV and you’re good to go. There’s also a bunch of information on each company listed so that you can see if they are a good fit for you. Postings are free and they have a job widget for sites to use on their page to display their job openings to browsers. In Their Own Words

“How many situations exist in which a few smart people locked in a room can change the course of an industry – or the world? We don’t exactly know, but we’re sure there aren’t many. We – all of us that are part of this startup industry, so to speak – are lucky enough to live at a crazy intersection of vision, capital, and appetite for risk. We’re here to create great technologies and businesses that change the way we work and play. If you don’t think you can shake things up with just a small team and a few people who believe in you, you’re in the wrong business. For those of you that know this is where you’re supposed to be, Startuply is here to help.”

Why It Might Be A Killer

The site is incredibly useful for people looking to work for an up and coming company involved with the web. Being able to look specifically at startup jobs is a great tool a lot of people will find useful, and the fact that you don’t have to create an account or pay anything is definitely something users will enjoy. Being able to see a bunch of information on each site is also extremely helpful.

Some Questions About

What is their business model if postings are free and there don’t appear to be any ads?