Postman is the world’s leading collaboration platform for API development. Postman's features simplify each step of building an API & streamline collaboration to help create better APIs—faster. More than 17 million developers & 500,000 organizations worldwide use Postman today. Our customers are doing more & more astounding things with the Postman product every day, & as a result, we are growing rapidly.

About The Team

The Growth Organization is newly formed at Postman & focuses on driving self-serve revenue through rapid experimentation & data-driven decision making. The Growth Org’s squads collaborate heavily to improve new user & team experiences by minimizing friction around onboarding, activation, conversion, & expansion. Now, Postman is looking for experienced Software Engineers, for both our Conversion & Expansion squads, to implement A/B/n & multivariate experiments on the Postman application using a full-stack experimentation framework. In order to be successful in a fast paced, rapidly growing environment, Growth Engineers will need to have strong experience building features & experiments in Javascript (React & Node) preferably within a Product-Led Growth company. 

As one of the founding members within Postman’s Growth Organization, you will partner with our Director of Growth Engineering & Head of Growth to help establish our growth and experimentation processes & help scale cross-functional squads for each focus area of our core growth loop. This position will directly impact millions of users, so if you want to be a part of something big, this one’s for you!

What You’ll Do: 

  • Implement A/B/n & multivariate experiments on the Postman application
  • Collaborate cross-functionally with product, design, & analytics on experiments related to user conversion & license expansion
  • Build features & experiments using Javascript / React / Node
  • Assisting with Feature Management (i.e. Feature Flags / Feature Toggles) within LaunchDarkly
  • Implementing A/B & multivariate experiments using a full-stack experimentation framework.
  • Instrument code to fire analytics events into Amplitude 

About You: 

  • Experience in being a part of Growth Engineering for a Product Led Growth team
  • Solid background building and managing scalable microservice architectures for a SaaS product 
  • Solid understanding of Growth principles such as acquisition loops, engagement/habit loops, retention, “Aha moment,” activation, onboarding
  • You have an "explorer" mindset and love ideating and building provisional solutions and rapid prototypes in order to test ideas quickly
  • Experiment Design - you have a good intuition around different tradeoffs when designing product experiments
  • Experiment Debugging - you have experience testing whether an experiment is tracking properly in production before ramping traffic

Nice to Have:

  • 1-2 years working as a Software Engineer on a Product-Led Growth team
  • Experience working on a SaaS product highly desired
  • Experience being a Postman user highly desired
  • Preferred experience with Feature Management & tools such as LaunchDarkly.
  • Solid understanding of Growth principles (acquisition loops, engagement/habit loops, retention, Aha moment, activation, onboarding)

What Else? (Benefits)

We offer competitive salary & benefits, an informal & fun working environment, & provide lunch every day. (Yes, seriously. Every day.) We believe in autonomous small teams taking on big challenges, & we’re intentional about building an inclusive culture where everyone is able to do their best work & be the best version of themselves. We’re creating a long-term company, & we want you to be part of it. Join us, why dontcha?

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