Effective communication is hard. It requires talent, skill, and a lot of effort. Enter Grammarly, the first widely adopted AI communication assistant helping people with the substance and impact of their writing. Grammarly helps millions of people make their written communication clear, mistake-free, and effective. With a $110 million growth equity investment, Grammarly is changing the way the world communicates—enabling people to write exactly what they mean, and be fully understood. To help us reach that goal, we are looking for exceptional Software Engineers to join our team.
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Impact: We're a lean team with minimal process, moving fast towards audacious goals. Every task is impactful to both our users and your teammates.
Growth & mentorship: Grammarly engineering is a fast moving environment with a good mix of senior engineers with years of experience and talented newcomers with fresh ideas. Being part of this vibrant environment challenges engineers to make significant contributions while learning new technologies, developing as a professional software engineer, and exploring new areas for growth.
Business & product-market fit: Strong financials + product-market fit. $110M growth equity round in 2017 led by General Catalyst. Private and Profitable since 2009. Over 15M Daily Active Users (DAU) worldwide.
Opportunities for learning: At Grammarly, you're empowered to succeed through focused, goal-setting, methodical prioritization, and professional development guidance. Team members can visit offline educational events, buy books and access various learning materials, attend in-house education events, work with a communication coach to be more effective, and pursue other opportunities, including learning from their talented teammates.
We have a flat engineering organization that moves quickly to deliver great products. Our environment provides a ton of exposure and transparency to different teams and projects at all levels.
Every area of engineering involves interesting technical challenges across the stack - impeccable UI/UX, demanding user-facing applications, streaming/near real-time analytics, scalable backend services serving 15M+ and rapidly growing Daily Active Users, and infrastructure tools to guarantee uninterrupted operations. You will find interesting challenges & opportunity to make an impact in any area you are working on.
Over ten million people use the Grammarly Chrome extension. Our Firefox, Safari and Edge extensions are incredibly popular, too. These extensions may look easy on the outside because they are low profile and easy to use. But it is actually a complex product supported by a full team of engineers. We have been developing and perfecting it for 6 years. Along the way we have learned a thing or two that we’d like to share. This article (https://tech.grammarly.com/blog/building-browser-extensions-at-scale) is intended to be an overview of our learnings and best practices on this project.
Grammarly, like most growing companies, strives to make data-driven decisions. That means that we need a reliable way to collect, analyze, and query data about our users. We started out using third-party tools like Mixpanel to handle our analytics needs, but soon our needs surpassed the capabilities of those tools. For example, we wanted to control the pre-aggregation and enrichment of data, to generate reports that were more customized, and to have higher confidence in the accuracy of data. So we developed our own in-house analytics engine and application on top of Apache Spark.
Check out more of our engineering team's projects and insights on our tech blog! https://tech.grammarly.com/
We take our EAGER (Ethical, Adaptable, Gritty, Empathetic, & Remarkable) values very seriously as they help us ensure that our team can collaborate effectively, and enable us to select and develop individuals who take personal responsibility for achieving aggressive goals.
We have lunch catered to our office every day! Additionally, our kitchen is always stocked with healthy snacks and drinks.
We hope to work together for a long time and that means enabling Grammarlians to take time to refresh. As such, we offer three weeks of paid time off, unlimited sick leave, and exceptional parental leave in all offices.
We offer a $50 a month gym reimbursement.
Our office is located in the Embarcadero in Downtown San Francisco. We are lucky to have beautiful views of Coit Tower and the Ferry Building.
This October, the entire company traveled to Rome and Ukraine. It was a wonderful opportunity to deepen connections within the team!
We have monthly office events and happy hours.
We offer commuter benefits.
At Grammarly, you're empowered to succeed through focused, goal-setting, methodical prioritization, and professional development guidance. Team members can visit offline educational events, buy books and access various learning materials, attend in-house education events, work with a communication coach to be more effective, and pursue other opportunities, including learning from their talented teammates.
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