About Us

WorkApps is Smartsheet's no-code platform for building intuitive web and mobile apps to streamline business workflows and simplify collaboration. The WorkApps Experience team empowers any employee to build their own custom solutions.

As an integral team member, you build custom views and a platform for REST APIs and services to help customers create substantive applications. You also pick up smaller tasks that improve our current user experience. You report to Janice Wilson, an Engineering Manager who works 100% remotely and fully supports remote workers.

Here are a few things the team has worked on recently that gives you a sense of what you'll do day-to-day:

  • Implemented end-to-end features to create WorkApps with different page types seeded with Smartsheet or 3p components.
  • Enhanced UX and backend APIs to scale up sharing WorkApps with thousands of users.
  • Modifications to WorkApps Home page to list all apps users have access to.

About You

We're seeking a Software Engineer deeply passionate about building the right thing. Ideally, you have experience with Java and are well-versed with SQL queries. You're right at home, serving as the liaison between our Product and Engineering teams. And the challenge of customizing a platform to surface confidential customer data to stakeholders often and early is one you're keen to tackle.

Despite your Business Intelligence chops, you value breadth as well as depth in terms of your skill set. You don't mind getting your hands dirty with React or being exposed to cloud-computing, resource provisioning and management from time to time.

As a member of a hybrid team, you understand the importance of written and verbal communication. But especially written. From writing a Technical Design document to adding a new fix to our on-call run book, you're at ease with the written word.

Credentials and 1 - 3 years of experience hold less weight than your production. Traditional and non-traditional, represented and underrepresented candidates are welcome to apply. Just make certain to highlight relevant projects in your cover letter. We're also keen to read your take on what has worked well and not so well in surfacing data for stakeholders. A BS or MS in Computer Science, a related field, equivalent industry experience, or equivalent educational experience.

Perks & Benefits:

  • 100% employer-paid medical, dental, and vision coverage for full-time employees
  • Equity - Restricted Stock Units (RSUs) with all offers
  • Lucrative Employee Stock Purchase Program (15% discount)
  • 401k Match to help you save for your future (50% of your contribution up to the first 6% of your eligible pay)
  • Monthly stipend to support your work and productivity
  • Flexible Time Away Program, plus Incidental Sick Leave
  • Up to 24 weeks of Parental Leave
  • Personal paid Volunteer Day to support our community
  • Opportunities for professional growth and development including access to LinkedIn Learning online courses
  • Company Funded Perks, including a counseling membership, primary care membership, local retail discounts, and your own personal Smartsheet account
  • Teleworking options from any registered location in the U.S. (role specific)

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Smartsheet is an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to fostering an inclusive environment with the best employees. We provide employment opportunities without regard to any legally protected status in accordance with applicable laws in the US, UK, and Australia. If there are preparations we can make to help ensure you have a comfortable and positive interview experience, please let us know.

At Smartsheet, we strive to build an inclusive environment that encourages, supports, and celebrates the diverse voices of our team members who also represent the diverse needs of our customers. We're looking for people who are driven, authentic, supportive, effective, and honest. You're encouraged to apply even if your experience doesn't precisely match our job description—if your career path has been nontraditional, that will set you apart. At Smartsheet, we welcome diverse perspectives and people who aren't afraid to be innovative—join us! 

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