Are you a leading developer? Are you customer interface oriented? Do you want to take part in changing the continuous testing game? Do you want to work in an innovative and growing startup spearheading the software industry? If you answered “yes” to these questions, your place is with us.
BlazeMeter is a fast growing startup that builds the next-generation cloud-based performance engineering solution. We offer continuous testing as a service problem that enables engineers to run load tests on any mobile app, website or API.
What makes us stand out?
- We have more than 100,000 users and many Fortune 2,000 customers (Adobe, Cubic Corporation, DirecTV, Disney, Pfizer, Thomson Reuters and Walmart to name few).
- We are a global company with offices in Palo Alto and Tel-Aviv. Our offices are conveniently located – you can come by train, walk, or (like most of our employees) come by bike.
- We have an awesome office vibe, because we’re a team and we have fun together – whether playing pool, baking cakes or winning PlayStation tournaments.
- We have a rock star office band and we’re always looking for musicians.
We are growing and looking for bright, sharp and design savvy people to join our team as Front-end Software Engineers. As a front-end engineer you will be working with the latest and up-to-date techs, to provide a smooth experience for customers using our web application. You will develop using React and Redux and face a varying range of challenges, from a smooth dashboard experience, to rendering live, near real-time graphs. This job might be for you if have:
- At least 2+ years of experience in web applications development
- Great knowledge in HTML5 and CSS3
- A wide perspective, curiosity and the drive to independently figure out solutions to problems
- Good knowledge of:
- API and RESTful best practices
- Databases and especially MongoDB
- Source control (Git)
- Experience with
- Flux architecture (we use Redux)
- Web-UI development for SaaS and enterprise applications
- A good understanding of Agile/Scrum, unit testing, code reviews
It would be awesome if you have: