Qatalog helps people and teams work smarter — even when they’re remote. It connects everyone’s apps, work, and comms in a central hub. Having secured funding from top tier investors and operators in the US/Europe and are looking to scale our team. We're dedicated to shifting how people think and use tools in the workplace and would love for you to join us.
We're an ambitious, experienced, and compassionate team with seasoned design, engineering, product and marketing talent from Amazon, Mozilla, Transferwise, Microsoft, LinkedIn, and Etsy. Our engineering team uses the latest technology and develops on a foundation of best practices including architectural decision records (ADRs) in our monorepo, gitflow for our CI/CD pipelines, and a never inverted test pyramid.
The tools and technology
If your stack experience doesn’t align with ours, that’s not a concern. We do care about how adaptable you are at applying your knowledge to new problems. We work in an environment where solid engineering and hyphenates thrive; the tool you use is an implementation detail.
We’re looking for an experienced growth engineer with a proven track record of delivering scalable, maintainable solutions across the entire stack.
As a key engineering figure working across multiple teams — and especially building the bridge between marketing and engineering — you’ll have a great foundation of best practices and demonstrate a drive to continually learn and mentor those around you.
You will own the design, development, and support of core data analytics, marketing technology and experimentation processes across user acquisition (performance marketing & SEO), onboarding, and customer retention.
You will be sensitive to the goals of the company, establishing goals collaboratively with stakeholders along with the work-back plans to achieve them.
You will proactively nurture the talent in your area, collaborating with them to enhance their skill set. You will also continually assess the current and long term engineering needs for the organisation looking around corners for unknowns and creating a proactive strategy and operating plan.