UI/UX/Frontend Engineer


2 months ago

02/01/2020 10:22:57

Hiring from: US only

Category: Software Development

Fairwinds (fairwinds.com), a leader in Kubernetes managed services and software, is seeking a frontend engineer with UX and design skills.

You will be joining our first full-time development team, as part of a larger initiative to build our first commercial software offering. As one of the very first developers at Fairwinds, you’ll have ample opportunity for personal and professional growth as we ramp up our ability to serve the rapidly expanding Kubernetes market. You’ll work with a team to design, scope and execute new features.

We work with Vue, Sass, Pug, Babel, Go, and Python. Experience in one or more of these technologies is preferred.

Above technical skills, we value a candidate’s:

- Ability to iterate quickly and adapt to change

- Ability to both work independently and collaborate with a team

- Desire to contribute creatively to the product roadmap and user experience

- Desire to learn new technologies in a rapidly evolving ecosystem

Diversity & Inclusion Statement:

Everything our engineering team does is guided by our core values: Respect, Inclusion, Compassion, and Kindness. We are good to each other and say ‘We don’t do that here,’ when someone is out of line. We also value diversity in our team. To us, a diverse team means we welcome people from different races, generations, geographical locations, gender minorities, people of color, members of the LGBTQIA+ community, individuals with disabilities and veterans. Building a diverse team is a moral imperative and we build a better business and product by bringing different perspectives to the table. We look for voices unlike our own because they are the ones that help us grow.

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