We live in an increasingly connected world.
But phone calls, texts, and video chat still don’t come close to what it’s like to interact face to face.
We see VR and AR as the opportunity to close that gap. With Pluto, you’ll be able to communicate, collaborate, and connect with anyone anywhere, as if you were together in person.
We’re gathering a team of organic, free-range talent. We need people who are experts of their craft, love collaborating, and share our vision for a society free from the shackles of physical location.
While we have some specific roles open right now, we expect to continue growing our team over the coming months. If you’re passionate about the potential of augmented and virtual reality, are an expert of your craft, and like the idea of working at a burgeoning startup, send us your resume!
Pluto VR strives to create a diverse and respectful environment and we give everyone an equal opportunity when it comes to employment decisions. We do not discriminate based on anyone’s status such as age, race, disability, sex, gender identity, national origin or any other status the law has said is protected and some the law hasn't. If you are interested in applying for one of our positions, but you need an accommodation for any reason, just drop us an email at email@example.com.
Working at Pluto
What's it like to work at Pluto? You're not just valued as a contributor. You're valued as a person. We believe a healthy, happy employee is a passionate, productive team member—and we all benefit from that. Want to know more? Check out our benefits.
Meet the Founders
Pluto was started by a cofounder and former general manager of PopCap Games; a Disney Animation tech leader, whose tenure spanned two Disney renaissance periods; a mobile applications entrepreneur and former community developer at Valve; and a video, social media, and crowdfunding specialist from Deloitte Digital.
John was one of the cofounders of PopCap Games where he played all sorts of roles (some business, some studio) and at one point even led PopCap after its acquisition by Electronic Arts. He has a wonderful wife and daughter, is a Green Bay Packers shareholder, and sits on the board of environmental website Grist.org.
Before cofounding Pluto VR, Jared was a partner at a Seattle-based development firm focused on mobile and emerging technology. There, he helped develop several AR and VR projects for various clients. He previously worked at Microsoft and Valve in a range of roles, as well as founding several startups. Jared loves outsized objects, both big and small.
Previous to Pluto VR, Jonathan was a Director of Technology at Walt Disney Animation Studios for 14 years. There he led a team that pushed the boundaries of high-performance computing to advance the art of animation, culminating with the releases of Frozen and Big Hero 6. Jonathan is also an active advisor to the Seattle startup Qumulo.
Forest has a diverse background including VR, marketing, video, and crowdfunding. He has helped Kickstart a Satellite Space Telescope that lets you take “Space Selfies” and an automated brewing machine that makes beer at the press of a button. In a past life, he was an Internet Scientist on Know Your Meme and even starred in a short-lived reality TV show.