- Want to work at a high tech company based in Toronto with traction that is ready to take over the world, without relocating to Silicon Valley?
- Want to work with brilliant people who are ambitious and take pride in their work without the ego?
- Want to work in a company where your code will get into production every week and be used by more than 5,000,000 people all over the world?
- Want to work in a culture with that fun start-up vibe that is irresistible to the most ambitious doers in Toronto?
If you’ve answered yes to these questions, please read on…
We hire people based on their ability, not their years of experience. So instead of listing our “must haves” we want you to understand how we work.
We are versatile...
We work in an open environment; no cubicles or offices. Collaboration is key to our success, and we don't want to hinder it with walls.
We are agile...
Agile development methodology has many different meanings but to us it is doing what works best for the customer. Our developers don’t just translate ideas into realities; they work with our product teams to generate ideas. We use Scrum for collaboration and release super-awesome-game-changing features once a week to our clients. We’re pragmatic. We have strong opinions but we are never afraid to try to new things.
Shipping is at the forefront of our engineering practice. We rely on continuous integration and Test Driven Development (TDD) to ensure our product is always shippable.
We value our people...
We set our teams up for success to deliver something that is changing the way entrepreneurs run their small businesses. We recognize and reward ingenious work. We all have a voice that is heard throughout the company to communicate any challenges we face. We always make time for fun.
Salaries are competitive and compensation packages include stake in the company.
We're looking for people who are interested in getting in on the ground floor of an incredible opportunity to build amazing software and transform the lives of small business owners all over the world.
Take a look at some of our blog posts to see some of the problems we face:http://developers.freshbooks.com/blog/