Front-End Engineer

Silicon Valley, CA, United States • $110k - $180k • 0.01% - 0.20%

Role Location

  • Silicon Valley, CA, United States


  • $110k - $180k
  • 0.01% - 0.20%


26 - 50 people


400 Concar Dr
San Mateo, CA, 94402, US

Tech Stack

  • Go
  • Python
  • AWS
  • Google Cloud
  • React
  • Node.js
  • TypeScript

Role Description

Blameless is an end-to-end Site Reliability Engineering (SRE) platform that enables and accelerates proactive and reactive incident management so engineering teams can balance reliability and innovation. Our software helps you set and monitor SLOs and SLAs, coordinate and automate incident response, identify root causes, and create a culture of learning and improvement across your organization. Our platform includes a bot that automates to faster resolution, an API to track and manage SLAs, and a web app to stay on top of key metrics, manage problems, track actions items, and assess the reliability of your business. Blameless, based in Palo Alto, is backed by Accel and Lightspeed Ventures.

We're looking for frontend engineers to join our team and help us with the big next projects that include leveraging real-time streams and machine learning to help us craft dynamic user interfaces. You will be building engaging user experiences and help shape the direction of our product to delight our users. Our ideal profile includes senior engineers with confirmed experience in React, Redux, webpack, and Jest. Site Reliability Engineering (SRE) is a massive part of what we do, so interest or experience in DevOps and Operational maturity are a huge plus.

Who You Are:

You’ve been software engineer for the past 5 years with a focus on the frontend for the past 3 years at the very least

You’re very comfortable using React/Redux and/or other similar JS experience

Ideally, SRE or DevOps experience so you understand the power of our product


Our SRE platform helps companies move fast without breaking.

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