Note: We are only accepting candidates based in the US. No relocation is offered.

About Betterworks
BetterWorks provides enterprise software to easily manage strategic plans, collaborative goals (OKR’s) and ongoing performance conversations.  Betterworks software helps high-performing companies get aligned, and execute more effectively.

What You’ll Be Doing
As a front-end engineer your job is to develop user interfaces for our suite of tools while ensuring scalability, accessibility, and modern functionality.

  • Test for and maintain accessibility standards
  • Write intuitive, reusable front-end code using Betterworks’ best-practices
  • Collaborate across the engineering, product, and design departments to implement new features
  • Review code and help fellow engineers grow and improve
  • Be accountable for live-site quality, performance, and reliability
  • Implement back-end updates to support new front-end features

What’ll Help You Be Successful

  • 7+ years of experience in designing, building, and refactoring large-scale customer-facing web applications
  • Ability to work alongside a Product team to determine effective and time efficient solutions
  • Ability to manage time efficiently and focus on clear goals
  • Extensive experience with Accessibility standards and best practices (WCAG compliant)
  • Extensive experience with ES6+
  • Extensive experience with with Javascript frameworks like AngularJS and Vue
  • Extensive experience with CSS, as well as CSS Preprocessors
  • Extensive experience with HTML
  • Experience with Postgres, Redis, MySQL or similar technologies
  • Experience with unit and end-to-end testing
  • Solid background in design and user experience best practices
  • Experience providing in depth code reviews
  • Excellent communication skills with both technical and non-technical audiences
  • Experience with Scrum methodologies and remote teams is a plus!
  • Experience with Python, Perl, or Ruby is a plus!
  • Experience with AWS and CI/CD is a plus!
  • Experience with NodeJS is a plus!

Perks At BetterWorks

  • Competitive salary with stock options and more…
  • Great health insurance
  • 401K
  • Flexible time off, company-wide winter holiday time-off
  • Home office and internet stipends
  • Paid parental leave

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