Welcome To The Traegerhood: 

Our business is BBQ, and business tastes good. Traeger invented the wood pellet grill over 30 years ago, and we’ve been revolutionizing outdoor cooking ever since. We’re a team of disruptors, innovators, problem solvers, and food fanatics who are dedicated to bringing people together to create a more flavorful world. From our headquarters in Salt Lake City and beyond, we work tirelessly to provide a world-class experience to our customers, retailers, and especially our employees. If you’re a team player who’s dedicated to delivering top-quality results every day, then we want you to come cook with us!

 

What You'll Do: 

Our team builds and maintains the digital experience for Traeger customers across every device and digital touchpoint. We are looking for an experienced, Sr. / Lead web developer who can design, build, and maintain the corporate website. This position is also responsible for leading and mentoring web developers. 

This position requires a combination of programming skills (NextJS, SCSS, JS, React, GraphQL etc.) and basic design skills. A strong understanding of industry trends and content management systems, as well as understanding of retrieving data through GraphQL. Experience with responsive and adaptive design is a must. An understanding of the entire web development process, including design, development and deployment. 

 

How You'll Help Us Win:

  • Work with marketing designers to implement amazing web content 
  • Create web interfaces, widgets, rich clients and other front-end components (NextJS, SCSS, JS, React, GraphQL etc.) 
  • Work closely with other engineers and user interface designers to identify fast and creative solutions 
  • Optimize pages for cross-browser and cross-platform compatibility 
  • Implement fully responsive designs 
  • Correct any issues across the website and troubleshoot for potential bugs 
  • Work with stake holders from cross-channel departments to deliver new components as well as maintain and troubleshoot any bugs that may arise. 
  • Integrate various platforms, components, and tools to facilitate and drive e-commerce conversion through the website and other channels 
  • Work with the acquisition team to execute marketing strategies in SEO, site performance, and other key objectives 

 

What You'll Need To Succeed:

  • BS in Computer Science or equivalent 
  • 3+ years professional experience building customer facing web applications 
  • Experience building performant, delightful and responsive UI 
  • Proficiency using modern web development technologies such as Vue, Angular, Node, React, etc. 
  • Ability to thoughtfully advocate for the adoption of new frameworks and methodologies 

 Preferred Qualifications 

  • Experience with continuous delivery, git, test automation and build/deploy systems 
  • Experience building large-scale web applications 
  • Experience with MVC and single page application technologies, including Angular, Polymer, Vue, Ember, React, etc. (strong preference for React and NextJS) 
  • Familiarity with web application build pipelines (such as WebPack, Gulp, etc.) 
  • Ability to convert comprehensive layout and wireframes into working HTML pages 
  • Self-motivated to learn and keep current with industry trends, latest tools and best practices 
  • Proactively seeks to improve and iterate on their code to maintain efficient best coding practices as well as keep up with latest technologies and packages 
  • Passion for delivering high performance, detail-oriented, testable, quality code 
  • Extremely organized and highly motivated 
  • Flexibility to work in a rapidly changing environment 
  • Results- and data-driven personality 
  • Solid team player 

 

Why You Will Love To Work Here:

  • Be part of the most disruptive force in outdoor cooking
  • Join a true team working towards a common goal
  • Culture of risk-taking, innovation, & quality
  • So. Much. Food.
  • Have an outdoor lover’s paradise in your backyard
  • Full medical/dental/vision package to fit your needs
  • 401k to help you plan for the future
  • Tuition reimbursement
  • Individual professional development programs & initiatives to help you grow professionally
  • Great discounts on all things Traeger
  • Did we mention all the food?

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