Senior Frontend Engineer at Percolate
New York City, NY, US / Denver, CO, US

Since 2011, Percolate has addressed the enormous challenges presented by enterprise marketing operations, and has been foundational in the development of a new categories of marketing technology - Content Marketing Platforms (CMP) and Marketing Resource Management (MRM).

Percolate has been recognized as the only consensus leader in these emerging categories by analyst firms like Forrester, Gartner, and SiriusDecisions - a growing space that represents more than $4 billion in potential annual revenue.

Today, Percolate serves over 600 brands. Some of the world’s largest companies — including MasterCard, Cisco, Cigna, Electronic Arts, and Bosch — use Percolate to help them deal with one of the fundamental challenges facing all marketers - orchestrating their marketing processes and enabling the best possible customer experiences.  

Engineering at Percolate

We care about quality engineering. Take the time to do it right, the first time.

We are “Thoughtful by Design”. Be able to explain how and why you are doing something.

We care about shipping and we ship often. High quality, iterable enhancements that improve customer experience.

We care about our people. You’ll find a healthy, professional work environment, where you can rely on your teammates to help you out, pick you up when you fall, and give you a “win” when you’ve done something awesome.

We care about realistic goal setting and a focus on constant improvement. If you’re not getting better over time, you’re not reaching your potential.

Our team has people from all backgrounds, beliefs, and lifestyles — we aim to be a place for anyone to contribute and be supported.

We are Remote Friendly - Percolate Engineering is a distributed team spread across 5 timezones.

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Requirements

Strong JavaScript ES2015+ foundation

Drive to learn and to seek out new solutions

Care deeply about user experience, usability, and accessibility

Responsibilities

Develop applications and abstractions in JavaScript and TypeScript

Promote best practices and healthy code by example and through code reviews

Write tests using mocha and enzyme and deploy with continuous deployment

Work with designers, product managers, and backend engineers to define project requirements

Never worry about webpack configuration and builds (unless you want to)