Find the career of a lifetime.
Lifeboat has the spirit of a Silicon Valley startup combined with the drive of an East Coast company. It’s a philosophy that has put us on the Best Places to Work in New Jersey list three years in a row. If you are a self-starter looking for a career in our high tech sales and marketing organization—then check out our available positions!
Lifeboat, by the numbers.
hours volunteered to community services
charities donated to, annually
tons of CO2 saved by telecommuting each year
of employees with 10+ year tenure
Hear what current Lifeboaters are saying.
“The term 'family atmosphere' is so overused, but what would you consider people who volunteer their Saturdays to help clean up your local beach? Or work alongside you mentoring disadvantaged youth during summer vacations? Or offer to help repair your home after Hurricane Sandy? It is this collective passion to do the right thing, coupled with the conviction to follow through, that makes our company successful.”
“The past 11 years have been exceptionally memorable because of the relationships I have built with my co-workers—they are truly my second family. The work-from-home days are an additional perk that allows me to spend a little extra time with my wife and kids, which is priceless.”
“I’m proud to work here. Input is welcome and encouraged, and there are opportunitities to grow in the company. But most of all, the company culture is inclusive and positive, and you’re never just a number here.”
“I literally typed in “Best places to work in NJ” when searching for a new career, and Lifeboat Distribution appeared. Accepting a position within this company has been the best decision for me and my family.”
“Working at Lifeboat has been an amazing experience. I have met some of the best people while working here. Everyone works diligently together while having a blast at the same time. The fun atmosphere and environment makes Lifeboat unlike any other company!”
A peek inside the Lifeboat.
We seek excellence and strive to be better every day.
We value Lifeboaters who have good judgment skills and don’t back down from a challenge. We value Lifeboaters who love learning and continuously look for ways to make improvements. We value Lifeboaters who take the time to help their fellow team members. Most importantly, we value Lifeboaters who uphold our values, who fit into our family-focused atmosphere, and who truly enjoy their work.
2017 Future 50 Awards Program
The Future 50 Awards Program recognizes the region’s fastest-growing, mid-sized companies. These companies represent the future of the region’s economy and embody the entrepreneurial spirit critical for leadership and success. Wayside Technology Group was one of the 50 winners, chosen based on a three-year average of employee and revenue growth and was also profiled in SmartCEO magazine.
2016 SmartCEO Corporate Culture Awards
The Corporate Culture Awards program honors companies fostering a creative, collaborative workplace culture that has helped enhance performance and sustain a competitive advantage. Smart leaders understand that culture is a company's greatest asset and that is why our Chairman and CEO, Simon Nynens was honored with this prestigious award. Simon understands that to remain competitive you must be able to acquire and retain top talent. By inspiring greatness from his team, Simon continually motivates all to work to their personal best. On behalf of Team Lifeboat CONGRATS SIMON on your win!
2015 NJTC Awards Celebration
Wayside Technology Group Chairman & CEO, Simon F. Nynens, received the Martinson-Ballen Technology Supporter Award at the 2015 NJTC Awards Celebration. This award recognizes individuals who have had a significant impact on New Jersey’s technology industry. The award was presented on November 19, 2015, at the NJTC Awards Celebration in Iselin, NJ.
Lecture at Stevens Institute of Technology: How to Fail Less
At the Stevens Institute of Technology, Simon Nynens gave a lecture about lessons he learned while building his career and company. Simon shares examples of what NOT to do, and shared anecdotes and stories about what worked and what did not. This interactive discussion focused on conducting an honest assessment and taught lessons about how to fail less.