Ah yes, the four company types. And that's all the company types there are.
I think that
would be better categories. You could use Crunchbase or something similar to categorize by what round they are in.
That still excludes bootstrapped companies but are much more sane categories in my opinion.
Also when typing in a filter for the location name, the site stutters. This is probably because the JS is trying to filter the whole list on each keypress. You could implement a slight delay before starting a search. I've previously implemented something similar by restarting a timer (clearTimeout + setTimeout) each keypress. Once the setTimeout actually executes (in my case after 200 ms) OR the user hits the enter key, the state is updated and the filter search is performed using the current value of the text input. I've found this to be a great solution for responsiveness.
But I also feel that we're at maximum capacity for aggregated job boards. We see a new one posted on here every week. So even though I like this better than many of the others I've seen, the job board market has exploded to the point of absurdity, so I'm not sure what to make of them all.
As the creator of some of those job boards, I agree.
Job boards are easy to build.
Established job boards can bring significant visibility from the right audience.
"Fly-by-night" job boards that look identical down to the pricing are stealing money from unsuspecting customers. I've had people buy a similar domain, create google ads to appear in the search to employers, and sell the same-priced job post when they have no existing audience.
Also. I love the clean and simple design.
If there is one tweak I would make I would add a simple badge to the company name like you see here for the 'Developers' tag:
All the best!
How do you plan to monetize?