Waterloo, Canada or Remote

Web App Engineer

Mattermost is redefining enterprise communication capabilities through an open-source platform that provides private cloud solutions. This system offers secure, configurable, highly scalable messaging across web, phone and PC interfaces. Additionally, Mattermost provides an extremely valuable and indispensible tool for organizational content/communications - capable of being archived, searched, and deeply integrated across in-house systems. Several industry-leading organizations are currently leveraging this technology to streamline collaboration including Intel, Samsung, McKinsey & Company, Medtronic, Urban Outfitters, and the United States Department of Energy. Headquartered in Palo Alto, California, our company serves customers around the world with a distributed organization spanning 7 time zones. More on us at Presence and utility are an Engineer’s best friend. We are looking for a best in class Web App Engineer to ensure that our on-line interface is in-your-face awesome. We need a Developer with a passion for design and a talent for making our user experience second to none.
  • You will be responsible for creating high quality digital experience and web development
  • Work closely with Back End and other Engineers, Designers and Creative Experts to turn wireframes and visual designs into working prototypes
  • Design and development of enterprise communication interface modules
  • Working on responsive web design
  • Solve problems in a collaborative work environment with amazing co-workers
  • Effectively work while remote, with the ability to travel 2-3 times per year for week-long off-site meetings with team members
  • BS in Computer Science, Computer Engineering, or related
  • 3+ years of experience in web application design and development
  • Experience creating enterprise websites
  • Strong coding skills in programming languages within our stack: Javascript, React, HTML, CSS
  • General tools/skills:  Github, Jira, Jenkins
  • Experience working in open source communities
  • Work with this stack