The web development team works to make sure that Asana.com, our owned content channels (like our blog and Wavelength), and our styled emails are doing the best possible job at telling Asana’s story to the world.
We’re looking for a new web developer that loves to challenge assumptions about what is possible. You’ll collaborate with stakeholders across the organization, including marketing, design, & software engineering on how to best delight our customers. You’re genuinely passionate about your craft, have zero ego, and can take ownership over anything from projects to tooling to code.
Partner with our business and product teams to rapidly scope, build, and launch new features on Asana.com and our other web properties.
Work closely with developers and engineers to make our sites load quickly, behave well, and look great in different languages and across browsers and platforms.
Build and iterate on the website experimentation tooling that empowers us to continually improve how well we’re reaching Asana’s current and future users.
Contribute to your team’s technical culture by participating in peer code review, serving in an on-call rotation, maintaining team code standards, and mentoring your colleagues.
You have built sites using CMSs or static site generators. We currently use WordPress and Statamic, and are migrating to a static solution.
You have written unit and integration tests for a production system.
You have contributed to shared codebases using Git.
You’re intrinsically motivated to ship. You’re diligent, persistent, and see things through.
You’re great at communicating about your work in a way that both technical and non-technical stakeholders find easy to understand.
You’re curious and thoughtful. You see work as a place to grow and learn.
You have some backend and/or developer tooling experience, and you’re excited to dig into improving how we build, test, and deploy our sites.
Does the above sound like it might be you? Then we’d love to hear from you. Our goal is to provide a hiring and working experience in which all people know they are equally respected and valued. So whatever it is that makes you unique—your gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, religion, ethnicity, age, citizenship, educational background, socioeconomic status—we value it, and we’d love to see what you might add to our team.