At Blueground , our vision is to make people feel at home wherever they choose to live. For us, that means ensuring our guests have the peace of mind, flexibility & confidence they need to explore life’s latest adventure.
We’ve grown a lot since our founding in 2013, having raised more than $258m+ in funding, to date and that’s just the beginning.
We’re now hosting guests in more than 7,000 homes in 20+ cities, with an aim to hit 50 cities by 2025.
Our vision comes to life through our ways of working. For our 500+ member team located across 9 countries, we’ve created a culture of collaboration, inclusiveness, and opportunity.
We believe our people should have the power to choose their preferred way to work. Depending on the role’s requirements, team members can choose to work full time in one of our offices, work fully remote, or choose a hybrid model between the two.
We are driven by our core values. To our team, Time is our most important resource. Excellence isn’t simply a standard, but an exciting way to look at life.
We Care deeply about our guests and colleagues. Our relationships are built around Transparency , which builds trust and improves communication.
We’re shaping the future of living, and we want you to be part of that journey.
We are looking for a talented Front End Engineer to join our Engineering team in Athens and our mission to offer a world class experience to our customers on the web, office based or remote.
We are a tech enabled company, currently making substantial investments in our technology platform, from our booking website and mobile app to our key business internal software, to enable our next stage of high growth.
The person in this role will work on our web products with some of the latest tech goodies, solid engineering practices and demanding requirements on UX, analytics and performance.
Our code sits on Github, is integrated through Jenkins pipelines and runs on AWS EKS & Lambda. We do project management on JIRA, our prototypes and mockups on Figma and monitor our systems and performance on Datadog and New Relic.
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What to expect at the technical interview?
We will also try to tackle some real-world software design problems together as we do every other day. It may sound scary but it's really not.
We want you to succeed.