Software engineers at Twilio are responsible for creating compelling experiences for all Twilio product-lines, from SMS to IP Communications. The software engineer will be working on, owning, developing and maintaining critical production support systems at Twilio.
About the job:
The software engineer will be working on production support systems, reporting and operations frameworks and productivity tooling used by Customer and Product Operations support teams at Twilio.
Develop and maintain the backbone of our tooling framework to support operations across Twilio.
Own your production infrastructure end-to-end. You’ll deploy your own code multiple times a week.
Work as part of a team to define, architect, and build new customer-facing features. At Twilio, product roadmaps are a team sport.
Write quality, maintainable code with extensive test coverage in a fast-paced professional software engineering environment.
2+ years building and supporting mission critical user-facing systems.
Solid understanding of object oriented design and data modeling.
Experience with large systems and complex code bases.
2+ years experience in Node.js, Python or SCALA.
Must be a DOer, a curious learner.
You've worked on telecom related tools before..
You have spent 4 hours figuring out what 4 characters are causing a bug and kind of liked it.
You have worked in both a monolithic and heavily service oriented architecture and understand the benefits of each.
Twilio makes communication easy and powerful. Over 700,000 web and mobile developers have used Twilio’s cloud-based platform to integrate voice, SMS and MMS capabilities into software applications. Customers like Uber, Airbnb, Box and Home Depot leverage Twilio’s well-documented REST interface to power and innovate their communications at global scale.
Twilio is recognized as one of the 10 Fastest Growing Companies in San Francisco, one of The Bay Area’s 10 Most InDemand Startups, and has over 400 employees with offices in San Francisco, Mountain View, New York City, Bogota, Tallinn, Dublin, London and Hong Kong.