Gravitational, an early stage systems & cloud startup in San Francisco, is looking for ambitious and talented people. We are well-funded by fantastic Silicon Valley investors. We are an experienced team: we founded Mailgun which was acquired by Rackspace, we created Vulcand and some other cool stuff at Rackspace and are authors of Teleport and Telekube.
We are also dedicated to our friends, families, and hobbies outside of work. Our past experiences building companies taught us about the importance of life and work balance. It matters even more when you are building a lasting company, like Gravitational.
If this resonates, we want to talk to you.
For this role we’re looking for a generalist full-stack software engineer. You understand how computers work and what role an operating system plays? If you’re comfortable building web applications using frontend and server side technology, most likely we’ll want to talk to you.
You should have a passion for creating great user experiences and products customers will love.
If you are this kind of person, here is what you will be working on:
- Work closey with UX/Product to improve onboarding and product experiences
- Build React Components for Dashboard/Products
- Build APIs to support the frontend
- Creating automated flows to help support marketing/sales activites
About the tech
You don’t have to be an expert in these things, but you should be ready and excited to become one:
- Kubernetes and containers
- Node.js, Go
About the locations and benefits
This is an on-site position in our office in Toronto or Oakland Office.
We offer competitive compensation and benefits (including a founder shares equity grant, platinum level healthcare insurance, 401k, commuter benefits and a stocked kitchen).
Email resume or links to work and a brief descripion about why you are interested: [email protected]
Gravitational is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate against any employee or applicant on the basis of age, color, disability, gender, national origin, race, religion, sexual orientation, veteran status, or any classification protected by federal, state, or local law.