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Front End Engineer

Culture Amp, Melbourne

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  • Nominated as one of the most exciting and pioneering startups from Australia and New Zealand
  • Melbourne Head Quarters with international locations including San Francisco, New York and London
  • Exciting opportunity to work with current technologies such as React.js, Redux and even Elm

Culture Amp is the world's most powerfully simple employee feedback and analytics platform. Our mission is to make the power of people analytics accessible to everyone, by making it easy for anyone to collect, understand and act on their employee's perceptions and needs.

We help over 800 of the world's most innovative organizations to build better workplaces, from fast growth startups like Reddit, Foursquare and Tinder to mid-market leaders like Airbnb, Warby Parker, Slack and Atlassian, all the way up to forward-thinking global enterprises like Adobe, Tribune Media and Estee Lauder.

Our growing global team spans offices in Melbourne, San Francisco, New York and London, and draws on diverse disciplines — from psychology, data science and user experience through to engineering, community education and customer success.

Your role at Culture Amp

We are searching for Front End Developers to join our team in Melbourne, evolving the JavaScript and CSS within our codebase. We build our flagship application’s front end with React.js & Redux (in ES2015 via Webpack), CSS Modules and Sass, and one of our teams recently made the switch to Elm (no experience required!). We write tests in Jest and Cucumber. Our back end is Ruby on Rails, with a growing constellation of Elixir services.

You love crafting beautifully designed and intuitive user experiences, and you believe that creating well-tested, clean code is just as important for the front end as the back end. You enjoy being surrounded by talented engineers, learning from others, as well as contributing to their development. To top it off, we hope you’ll share our passion for culture and changing the world of work for the better.

We are an inclusive development team that uses lightweight Agile processes to contribute to the codebase. We use Git and an automated CI setup for builds, which include a growing JavaScript test suite. We deploy continuously to production. We review each others’ pull requests. We believe in automation over repetition, and aim to make our code and infrastructure modular and reusable.

What skills you'll bring to Culture Amp

  • Strong web development fundamentals: HTML, CSS, JavaScript
  • Knowledge of and experience with software development techniques, such as object oriented design or functional programming, test-driven development and continuous integration and delivery
  • An eye for design when it comes to building beautiful software
  • A passion for solving complex problems

Here are a few highlights from Culture Amp

If you’re excited by the opportunity to work in a fast growing start-up, where there’s plenty of opportunities to pitch in on anything from shaping the next product feature to influencing our technology stack, and building a global software company from Melbourne, get in touch.

About Culture Amp

About us Culture Amp helps you make your company a better place to work. By making it easy to collect, understand and act on employee feedback, we enable HR leaders to make better decisions, demonstrate impact, and turn company culture into a competitive edge. Culture Amp’s on-demand platform is designed and supported by psychologists and data scientists to help you build an employee feedback program that will work for your organization. Working with Culture Amp allows you to tap into the creativity and experience of over 1000 innovative companies using Culture Amp to put culture first today. Culture Amp launched the world’s first on-demand employee feedback platform in 2012. Backed by Sapphire Ventures, Index Ventures, Felicis Ventures and Blackbird Ventures, we support our fast-growing global customer base from offices in Melbourne, San Francisco, New York and London.

Want to learn more about Culture Amp? Visit Culture Amp's website.