Senior Software Engineer - Node.js

SiteMinder (Sydney NSW, Australia) 13 hours ago
Senior Software Engineer

We currently have a need for a Node.js Senior Software Engineer to join our team on a contract or permanent basis remotely. In this role you will use your backend development experience to build and enhance our products - our projects vary between natively developing in our new cloud-based microservices architecture and others will involve migration.

Our expectation is that you love simplicity and code that just works, Google and StackOverflow are your go-tos and that you have a polyglot mindset with a desire to learn and use different technologies.

Who we are

Ever booked hotel accommodation on Booking.com, Expedia or TripAdvisor? Chances are, you’ve used SiteMinder. Our goal is to liberate hoteliers with technology that makes a world of difference, and we do that by helping them find and acquire guests online.

We are the world’s leading guest acquisition platform for hotels, supporting 35,000 hotels in 160 countries to generate more than 87 million reservations on our platform each year.

How to apply

Does this job sound like you? If yes, we'd love for you to be part of our team! Please send a copy of your resume and our Talent Acquisition team will be in touch.

We encourage people from underrepresented groups to apply.

Why join SiteMinder?

See where the tech magic happens at SiteMinder HQ - the home of our product and development teams. We’re the trailblazers of our industry and our enemy is closed thinking, so you’ll have the chance to be creative and question the status quo.

Every day, you’ll have new problems to solve - and meet new people to learn from. Our executive team and global functions are based in Sydney, so you’ll benefit from access to leaders and collaboration with people from all walks of the business. We continue to grow rapidly and we’re committed to supporting the learning you need as you grow with us.

Senior Software Engineer - Node.js

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