Qualtrics is a rapidly growing software as a service company backed by three of the top venture capital firms in the world, Sequoia Capital, Accel Partners and Insight Venture Partners. Our world-leading insight platform has transformed the way businesses collect, analyze, and act on valuable insights that drive better decision-making. We are building the world’s first experience management platform designed to address the growing experience gap between market, customer, and employee expectations and what organizations actually deliver. 80% of CEO's believe they are delivering a superior experience but 8% of customers agree. This is what we call the "Experience Gap".

The Site Intercept engineering team builds and maintains a scalable system with billions of page views a week to bridge the experience gap in digital media. We enable our customers to make on-the-fly changes to their company’s websites and mobile apps to engage and listen to a targeted segment of users. We are looking for an experienced front end engineer who can enable our customers to effortlessly design beautiful and delighting user experiences.

What you do

  • Work with design and product teams to understand needs, propose features, create early prototypes and transform them into exciting end consumer features.
  • Develop scalable, fast, robust, and rich web-based solutions to solve complex business problems, using the latest front-end technologies
  • Architect efficient and reusable front-end systems that drive complex web applications
  • Improve our front-end infrastructure, build UI components, and discover and troubleshoot issues
  • Attend daily stand-up meetings, collaborate with your peers, prioritize features, and work with a sense of urgency to deliver value to your customers
  • Contribute to the professional development of colleagues, improving their front-end technical knowledge and the engineering practices on your team.

Basic Qualifications

  • BS/MS in Computer Science or equivalent
  • 5+ years professional experience building customer facing web applications
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills
  • Experience building fast responsive UI
  • Proficiency using modern web development technologies and techniques, including JavaScript, HTML, CSS, Angular2 and ReactJS
  • Ability to work in a fast-paced and agile development environment and to learn new frameworks/stacks

Preferred Qualifications

  • Be highly innovative, flexible and self-directed.
  • Experience with continuous delivery, git, test automation and build\deploy systems
  • Experience building large-scale web applications
  • Knowledge of distributed systems architectures based on SOA
  • Experience with MVC and single page application technologies, including AngularJS, Angular2, Polymer, Vue, Ember, React or ReactNative
  • Familiarity with web application build pipelines using WebPack, Gulp, Babel, Sass / LESS
  • Ability to develop in vanilla JavaScript, but also leverage existing libraries or frameworks when applicable
  • Experience building Android and iOS applications



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