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As the technical lead of Culture Amp’s Design Systems team in Melbourne, you will be the person most responsible for defining the technology vision and leading the coding effort behind Kaizen, Culture Amp’s growing design system.
A library of reusable user interface components for building web UIs, built from a set of foundational elements (colours, type styles, icons and animation primitives), Kaizen is used across (and receives contributions from) 10 teams, by front end engineers working in React and Elm (no experience required!) and by product designers working in Sketch. Styles are implemented with CSS Modules, which enables us to share them between React and Elm implementations of each component. React components are written in TypeScript. Releases are automated with Semantic Release. Our front end apps are well covered by unit, functional, and visual regression tests, but we plan to give Kaizen its own test suite too. It’s published as an open source project with a public-facing documentation site, both of which have plenty of scope to grow and evolve under your leadership.
Design Systems is currently a team of five: two product designers and three engineers, of which you will be the most senior. Besides providing hands-on guidance and mentorship to the other two engineers in your team, you may also have the opportunity to manage one or more engineers in the front end practice (although that is not a requirement of this role).
Front End Engineering at Culture Amp is an inclusive practice distributed across cross-functional teams, many of which are remote-friendly, and all of which embrace flexible work arrangements. You should enjoy being surrounded by talented engineers, learning from others, as well as contributing to their development. To top it off, we hope you’ll share our passion for culture and changing the world of work for the better.
If you’re excited by the opportunity to work in a fast growing start-up, where there’s plenty of opportunities to pitch in on anything from shaping the next product feature to influencing our technology stack, and building a global software company from Melbourne, get in touch.