Join a tight-knit, fast-growing team on the leading edge of cloud infrastructure technology. As a Senior Frontend Engineer and one of our first 30 team members, you will have the opportunity to shape the design and user experience of our product, as well as help us build a powerful engineering team. Collaborating with the CTO and founding team, you will turn ideas into a functioning frontend that delights our users. Weâre looking for developers that are passionate about our product, can execute quickly, and are comfortable with ambiguity. Top-notch collaboration, communication, and documentation skills are essential.Â
Backed by leading VCs and software executives and founded by ex-Google cloud engineers and PMs, Stackwatch empowers teams to efficiently operate Kubernetes at scale. Starting with our flagship product Kubecost, we build tooling and intelligence to manage cost, performance, reliability and other infrastructure operability challenges. Our team is fully distributed, and weâre dedicated to building a vibrant, remote-first company culture that focuses on kindness and collaboration while achieving outsized results.Â WeÂ recently raised our Series A
âthis is an amazing opportunity to join a startup with significant traction!
Our ideal candidate has:
- A body of work we can review
- Comfort working with data visualization
- Ability to go from idea all the way to working frontend
- Familiarity with React
- Ability to iterate quickly on new products and the flexibility to switch to high-priority initiatives in a fast-paced environment
- Passion for infrastructure and/or DevOps tooling
- Excellent collaboration, teamwork, and mentorship skills
- Familiarity with Kubernetes is helpful but not necessary
You're encouraged to apply even if your experience doesn't precisely match the job description. Your skills and passion will stand outâand set you apartâespecially if your career has taken some extraordinary twists and turns. We welcome diverse perspectives and people who think rigorously and aren't afraid to challenge assumptions.