HoneyBook is a business management platform for creative entrepreneurs that centralizes and automates workflow, digital payments, and generates business opportunities for our customers. We champion technology as our ally in celebrating human passion and originality. At HoneyBook, every day we are on a mission to empower the creative economy to rise together, doing what they love.
Our award-winning culture is built on core values that drive everything we do, including putting people first. If you thrive in a fast-paced, intellectually-charged environment, join our team!
As a Front-End engineer, you’ll be working on our product-development (ProDev) team. ProDev is composed of engineers, product managers and designers who work closely together with the ultimate goal of creating a seamless experience for HoneyBook’s customers.
You will be responsible for helping to craft the future of our service from a front-end, design-driven perspective. You will be working closely with people across engineering, product, and community to help develop an amazing experience for our customers.
Here’s what we’re looking for
- Has a real passion for JS and clean code
- Deep awareness of cross-browser quirks and responsive design
- A passion for the mobile web and mobile performance
- Strong aesthetic sense, commitment to pixel perfection and appreciation for UX
- Enthusiasm for working with designers and product managers
- Grasp of the big picture: HoneyBook’s on a mission to improve the way our users work and to revolutionize the entire events industry
The opportunity at HoneyBook is huge - our primary customers today are creative businesses, which accounts for $150B per year in the US. Our company, like the members we serve, thrives on creativity and risk-taking; in four years, we’ve become the biggest and the most widely recognized player in the creative entrepreneur space. To date, HoneyBook has raised $72M from investors such as Citi Ventures, Norwest Venture Partners, AngelList founder Naval Ravikant, Medium CEO Ev Williams, Bebo’s Michael Birch, and VCs such as Aleph, and Hillsven.