With software used by millions of developers, and in thousands of products worldwide, Tiny creates some of the world's most popular open source software.Â
We are on a mission to make our complex world Tiny by innovating technologies that democratise access to content. Tiny, the company behind TinyMCE, the worldâs most popular rich text editor, wants you to join our global team. Tiny builds the software that helps support some of the worldâs most innovative start-ups and established enterprises; we create developer tools for the modern world.Â
Big problems are solved with Tiny solutions.Â
Your New Role
Essential Duties and Responsibilities
Develop a world-leading editing experience for Web and mobile platforms.
Continuously test your code prior to committing.
Debug subtle and deep browser inconsistencies.
Ingenuity, creativity, lateral thinking. Solving unusual problems.
Customer focus - customer support and managing support cases.
To be successful in this role you need the following
Solid understanding of web markup, including HTML5 and CSS3.
Knowledge of Agile practices, especially Scrum, or have strong opinions of how to develop good software.
A strong desire to learn new things. Learning is key to everyday life at Tiny.
Bachelorâs degree in web development or related field, or an equivalent combination of education and experience required.
Why Join Tiny
Our people are a huge part of what makes Tiny a great place to work! Aside from a great team, some of our benefits include:
Extra paid leave and dedicated funds to pursue personal development (up to 5 days and $1500 a year based on tenure)
Access to a mental health and wellbeing platform with 24/7 dedicated psychological support, and targeted programs to promote wellness
Physical and mental wellness reimbursement program
Paid parental leaveÂ
Fully remote or hybrid work options
This is a remote, work from home position and can be worked from anywhere in the APAC region.
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