This role will be one of the first developers working in what will over time become the Stencil team. This role will involve collaboration with the Director of Technology (and author of Stencil) and our senior architect to maintain and develop new features and additions to our popular web component compiler Stencil , triage and fix bugs, and communicate and build a relationship with our large open source community. This role will also need to provide enterprise specific support for our largest customers helping triage their issues in a timely manner, provide fixes or workarounds, and occasionally join calls with them to deep dive issues they may be experiencing.
In this role you will be measured on your ability to:
• Drive the enhancement of our software in ways that balance both user experience and long term speed and stability • Communicate effectively with teammates and build trust to achieve shared goals • Work independently to ensure our enterprise customers needs are met and communicate clear fixes or workable solutions in a timely and professional manner • Quickly get up to speed with the current architecture, goals, and objectives of Stencil and be able to help onboard and lead future engineers into the project as the team grows
Your areas of responsibility will include:
• Participate in design meetings for technical implementations. • Design and implement new features while reducing overall technical debt with minimal oversight and guidance from engineering leaders & architects • Triage issues from both enterprise customers and our community and work with team members to prioritize them appropriately. • Occasionally participate in calls with enterprise customers in order to provide support & guidance • Stay on top of emerging trends in technology and think about how they can be applied to our software.
To be successful in this role, you will need:
Can be remote, Ionic is currently a 100% remote workforce and was largely distributed prior to the pandemic (more than half the team did not work from the office). Our headquarters is located in Madison, WI.
Additional Notes: Applicants must be eligible to work in the US.
Who we are
Our software empowers developers and teams to build amazing mobile, web, and desktop applications.
In 2013 we launched Ionic Framework, an open source software project that made it possible for web developers to build fast, beautiful mobile apps for any platform, using the web tools and languages that they already know and love.
Since then, our platform has evolved far beyond our initial open source toolset. Ionic now offers a complete app development platform to help professional developers and teams build, secure, and deliver apps faster and more easily than ever before. Ionic’s open source and premium tools now power more than 15% of all apps in the app stores -- representing early-stage startups all the way up to major brands like GE, Target, and Amtrak. At the same time, our vibrant open source community now encompasses more than 5 million developers in 200 countries.
We provide full-time employees with full benefits including medical, dental, and vision coverage with available coverage for spouses or domestic partners and children, stock options, 401(k), generous holiday and sick paid time off.
We build open source software to make app development accessible for every person and company in the world.
Incredibly passionate and talented team of continuous learners.
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