A TYPICAL DAY IN YOUR WORLD:
Meet with your team and tell them the awesome things you did yesterday and what unspeakably incredible things you will complete by this time tomorrow.
Create new features using our development technologies that will delight and inspire marketers, IT professionals, and other knowledge workers worldwide.
Create simple engineering designs that solve complex problems.
Fix occasional bugs in our SaaS platform - when your day was only somewhat less than awesome and unspeakably incredible.
Debate the optimal design and ideal user experience for a variety of unrealized features identified by our Product friends. Or propose some ideas of your own!
Help QA and other software engineers find the best way to test your work to ensure that, not only does it work as advertised, but will continue to work and perform at mass scale when thousands upon thousands of people are using it at the same time.
Lead discussions with your team about what emerging tools, technologies and processes are coming that may impact how we improve our products and our SaaS platform in the future.
Provide your well-considered opinions to the creation and modification of our technology roadmaps.
Have a fabulous lunch with people you respect and admire. Enjoy a free soda. Or 10 because, hey, they’re free!
At the end of a release, as the rest of the company is validating that, in fact, you and your team’s work is indeed awesome and unspeakably incredible, take some time to do some research, train in a new technology or even play a game – em, we mean participate in a team building exercise – with your team.
TO LAND THIS JOB YOU’LL NEED:
Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science, Computer Engineering (or equivalent education) or equivalent work experience.
Demonstrate sound knowledge of front-end state management systems including design patterns and philosophies.
Be able to prove that you can take a problem and represent it in an Component-based, Object-Oriented, or Functional Design while calling out assumptions, discussing design alternatives and considering non-functional aspects of the system (e.g. Performance, Maintainability etc.).
Experience optimizing software to run fast, be reliable and fail safely – O(n) analysis should not be new to you.
Be able to design features that require coordination, management, and communication of local and remote state.
Have a story to tell about how you have created the most performant PWA on the planet, how you have mastered every front-end library and framework from React to MooTools, or how you have tamed the CSS beast.