Yelp’s frontend engineering team sits at the nexus of our design, product, and engineering teams, ensuring that Yelp looks awesome, and has equally awesome code.
We’re constantly looking to expand our team and take on new and exciting challenges. If you care about good code, good design, and an outstanding user experience, we want to hear from you!
Why consider joining our team?
- You love making great user experiences (our team works closely with PMs, designers, and other eng. teams to build features and experiences; we maintain the FE codebase for all of Yelp’s user-facing sites)
- You want to make an impact
- You value happiness and a good work environment (we work sane hours; we have a crazy supportive team environment)
- You enjoy good code (we’re always exploring how to build things better, improving our toolkit, and replacing legacy code with new hotness)
- Mastery of HTML and CSS (we’re all about SASS and “HTML5”)
- Able to write clean and maintainable code from mock ups (use our styleguide to build features from re-usable components)
- Comfortable working in a Unix environment (you don’t have to be a l337 hax0r, but a terminal should be your friend)
- Able to work closely with and incorporate feedback from other engineers and product managers (we have a strong team culture, and constantly helping each other improve)
- Keeps up with evolving web standards and best practices (we’re constantly looking at new tech to build even better UX)
When applying, please send us a cover letter, including a link to one of:
– an online portfolio
– a personal website
– if from industry, a feature you developed
Additionally, please tell us your favorite Yelp feature (even if it doesn’t exist yet)
Pursuant to the San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance, we will consider for employment qualified applicants with arrest and conviction records.
To apply for this job please visit the following URL: http://www.yelp.com/careers/job-openings/3d9ada22-d86f-48ca-90a5-00dc29a6be8e?description=Front-End-Engineer_Engineering_San-Francisco-CA →