Who we are:
We are the fitness company born from gaming. And we’re on a mission to make more people, more active, more often. We make an at home training game that connects cyclists and runners with each other around the world. Launched from the sunny beaches of Long Beach, CA., the Zwift community is active in 195 countries and growing. We’re endlessly positive, relentlessly inventive, and always looking to improve. Sound interesting?
Who we're looking for:
As a Full Stack Software Engineer, you will be working together with the ecommerce, payments, web, and support teams to build and maintain our customer experiences around our shop, maintaining subscriptions, building our main web destination, and/or supporting customer's needs on Zwift. You will collaborate in cross-functional teams including teammates from our engineering, product, design, operations, and support disciplines. We are looking for someone comfortable in this highly collaborative environment, working with ambiguity, and being an agent of change to help build a world-class experience for our customers.
What we're looking for:
BS in Computer Science or Relevant Technical Area. Alternatively, have 1+ years of experience as a Full Stack Engineer
Advanced knowledge in Computer Science, Data Structures, Algorithms, and overall Software Design
Experience with GIT and/or SVN
Experience with Test Driven Development and Continuous Integration
Experience with React and/or Angular
Excellent communication skills with both technical and non-technical audiences
Willingness to roll up your sleeves and do whatever it takes to help your team win
Self-motivation to deliver results and seek continuous improvement
Enthusiasm for cycling and/or Zwift
Experience working in eCommerce, payments, and/or customer support portals
Experience working with geographically distributed teams
Top 5 Reasons We Think You'll Love It Here:
Great Employee Fitness Program
Amazing office location on the 18th floor with a killer view
Full benefits package
Awesome team of diverse individuals that love what they do
Did we mention that we ride bikes at work?