Button’s mission is to build a better way to do business in mobile. To do that, we're partnering with some of the largest and most interesting companies in the world to build rich and effortless commerce experiences at scale. We process billions of requests per month on systems built with a strong bias towards stability and reliability, yet balance this with a curiosity and willingness to experiment. We know that building a better future for mobile, one that doesn't depend on anachronistic banner ads to survive, is going to require a team of talented engineers that also believes that there must be a better way.
Button operates a two-sided marketplace and until recently had a single engineering team explicitly focused on the health and growth of both sides. To meet the opportunity ahead of us, we needed to pair off a team solely concerned with a subset of that domain: the user’s journey from one app to another. Accordingly, the team has built-in scale and user impact while still being young and eager for invention.
As a Platform Engineer, no two days will be alike. Tasked with building the systems that serve our mobile clients and route users, some days you’ll update a server API or sketch a new data model for a nascent project. On others, you’ll quest off on an infrastructure improvement project or come up with a clever way we can run an A/B test in partnership with our data team. We’re bound by our devotion to a problem set, not a part of the stack, so you’ll thrive here if you find that variety stimulating and learning opportunity compelling.
Button is committed to being a welcoming and inclusive workplace for everyone, and we are intentional about making sure people feel respected, supported and connected at work—regardless of who you are or where you come from. We value and celebrate our differences and we believe being open about who we are allows us to do the best work of our lives.
Button is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We do not discriminate against qualified applicants or employees on the basis of race, color, religion, gender identity, sex, sexual preference, sexual identity, pregnancy, national origin, ancestry, citizenship, age, marital status, physical disability, mental disability, medical condition, military status, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state, or local law, rule, or regulation.