About The Role

As a Full-Stack Web Engineer, You’ll spend most of your time designing and building of new capabilities of our various Web software systems. You will work closely with fellow engineers, designers, product managers, data analysts and business stakeholders.  

Our technical stack consists mostly of Ruby-on-Rails and Java or Scala for back-end and React for front-end, but we’re not dogmatic about it. Our squads are autonomous and own the development process end-to-end, meaning we test and deploy our own code.

You will be expected to:

  • Deliver high-quality code that impacts the bottom line of the business

  • Drive technical solutions for strategic initiatives

  • Design stable and performant APIs

  • Help steer technical decisions about infrastructure and architecture

  • Pursue engineering excellence and collaborative processes

About Growth Tech

WeWork’s rapid growth is unparalleled, and GrowthTech is the ‘secret technological sauce’ supporting that. Our mission is to deliver technology that powers the growth of our core businesses, by providing the right products to the right people at the right price at the right time.

. Our software covers the entire journey of a prospective member, from their first interaction with our website or a salesperson, all the way through providing the right account visibility and flexibility so they stay a member for life and grow with us.

Here are some of the exciting products we are developing at GrowthTech Tel Aviv:

  • A Competitive data Intelligence system that integrates big, heterogeneous data on Companies and people from multiple sources and provides our salespeople with the knowledge they need to follow on quality leads.

  • WeWork’s Referrals program, enabling anyone to sell on behalf of WeWork and get rewarded for successful deals.

  • WeWork’s internal Sales API platform, streamlining sales processes such as scheduling tours of WeWork locations and managing waitlists, allowing to put offices on hold, allowing to sell offices online, managing the leads funnel and more.


  • Solid coding and software design skills

  • Proficient in at least one object-oriented programming language.

  • Proven track record of building and deploying industry-level software products (Exceptional recent graduates will also considered)  

  • Collaborative, thrives when working with fellow engineers and business stakeholders.

  • Independent, able to take software development tasks from conception to production.

  • Strong verbal and written communication skills in English.


  • B.Sc. in Computer Science or a related field from a top-tier academic institute.

  • Hands-on experience with back-end web frameworks and languages. For example: Ruby on Rails (preferred), Python/Django or Node.js

  • Hands-on experience with front-end web frameworks and languages. For example: React (preferred), Angular or vue.js

  • Proficient in SQL and working with databases.

  • Have a technical superpower, such as Dev-Ops know-how (CI / CD , Dockers , Kubernetes) , Data analysis expertise, passion for optimized work processes, or getting CSS right on the first try.

WeWork Mission

WeWork is the platform for creators, providing hundreds of thousands of members around the world with space, community and services that enable them to do what they love and create their life's work. Our mission is to create a world where people work to make a life, not just a living, and our own team members are central to that goal.

Technology Charter

WeWork is building a layer of technology to power our vision of “space as a service”. From identifying and designing a new location, to bringing that space to market in an elastic, easy-to-consume way, to seamlessly operating these spaces to delight our members, we are building state-of-the-art systems to automate, optimize, and improve the experience. The data we are collecting is being used to dynamically optimize utilization, pricing, even layout and form factor. This technology advantage has allowed WeWork to scale to 400+ buildings in 30+ countries, and will be our competitive advantage as the company continues to grow.

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