Mailchimp is the world’s largest marketing automation platform. Millions of businesses use Mailchimp to design and send a billion emails a day. We empower small businesses with a suite of powerful and easy-to-use email, marketing automation, and analytics tools that integrate with hundreds of popular applications and services.

We're seeking a technical leader to help us build and support MailChimp products. We have a PHP codebase like no other, and our application stack includes Linux, MySQL, Postgres, Puppet, Elasticsearch, Redis, and Kafka. We use a variety of hosting services around the world in AWS as well as in MailChimp's own Colocation facilities.

You are a self-directed, experienced programmer who enjoys the trade-offs and complexities involved in implementing new features in a mature codebase. You enjoy putting your head down and writing code, but you're aware that your job isn't done when that code gets deployed: you also enjoy working with support, ops, and other teams to keep applications healthy and users happy. You prefer using proven technologies to solve interesting new problems, but you're aware that favoring older technologies doesn't imply letting your skillset stagnate. You've broken production environments—and then buckled down and fixed them. You're comfortable using git in a continuous Integration environment, and you're not afraid to dig into configuration management tools like Puppet or Chef.

We don’t care about pedigree or what languages or stacks you've worked in, we're just looking for great engineers.

Requirements

  • 5+ years experience in a software development environment, preferably building distributed server products
  • Experience designing and implementing application architectures and code that are highly scalable, available, intelligent, and performant
  • Ability to work independently, with minimal supervision
  • A portfolio of code you've written and systems you've designed
  • Passion for building great web applications and thirst for learning new ways to deliver great software products

Responsibilities

  • Set technical direction for and own the design and implementation of the overall system architecture and infrastructure
  • Develop new and enhance existing features as well as investigate and resolve defects
  • Empower team members - including other developers as well as the Technical Support, Compliance, and Delivery teams - through technical mentoring, contributions to the team’s documentation libraries, and providing automation for manual tasks where appropriate
  • Define and adhere to internal coding standards, development processes, and design best practices
  • Ensure quality by performing thorough testing and leveraging peer reviews for your work and the work of others
  • Help scope, estimate, and prioritize work
  • Embrace and demonstrate our values: humility, creativity, and independence

MailChimp is a founder-owned, highly profitable, and private company. We love Oakland and are happy to have a small but growing office right downtown, a half block from the 12th St Oakland BART stop.

Our headquarters are in the heart of Atlanta in the historic Ponce City Market, right on the Beltline.  We offer extremely competitive compensation, fully paid benefits (for employees and their families), and generous profit sharing. We hire humble, collaborative, and ambitious people, and give them endless opportunities to grow and succeed.

MailChimp is an equal opportunity employer, and we value diversity at our company. We don't discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status.

 

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