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Built by developers and for developers, Atlassian isn't an average company and we aren't looking for an average engineer. We want someone with the breadth to work with a wide array of technology and the depth to solve hard problems. Knock our socks off.
You kick ass at:
* Cross-browser application development.
* Applying modern principles for desinging building web apps.
* Bringing high engineering standards to your work.
* Using jQuery, Backbone, LESS, and other modern microframeworks.
* Using the best of open-source and contributing back to the community.
You'll show us:
A record of amazing work. Show us your portfolio, blog, Bitbucket/GitHub account, open-source contributions, or things you've built.
You'll love it here:
Atlassian was named one of the "Best Small & Medium Companies to Work for in America," and is a terrific place to work. Great products and a fantastic reputation in business and tech have brought in over 20,000 enterprise customers globally, including Pixar, Twitter, Netflix, NASA and Facebook. With offices in Sydney, San Francisco and Amsterdam we are growing fast and full of opportunities.
We are building a different kind of software company: one that listens to customers, values innovation and solves customer problems with brilliant simplicity. You'll have a direct impact on millions of users, fast! You won't get frustrated with bureaucracy or slow decision making, because we encourage innovative thinking. We don't just want to know your opinions, we want to see your ideas in action. We hire great people and then trust them to be great.
We offer excellent health benefits for employees and dependents, ample time off, 401(k), life insurance, huge referral bonuses, friendly coworkers, and a clear vision driven by pure intentions. Find out more here:
"Working for Atlassian honestly makes me wonder why other companies can't get it right . . . this is how work should be." Michael Seager, Atlassian
Not for you? What about a mate? If you send us someone good, we'll give _you_ a referral bonus. Details here:
Edited by User 26,104 on Jul 10, 2012 11:52 PM