Location: United States (Remote)
Employment Type: Full-time
OneSignal is a Remote First Collaboration Company, offering Remote work as the default option across the United States. We offer in-office experiences in San Mateo, CA and New York, NY.
Our blog contains more information about the OneSignal Engineering [career ladder](https://onesignal.com/blog/how-to- introduce-an-engineering-career-ladder-to-your-company/), [compensation model](https://onesignal.com/blog/how-to-build-a-competitive-and-robust- engineering-compensation-model/), remote-first culture, and our diverse team. Our salary bands are available on AngelList.
OneSignal has a lot of the great tech startup qualities you'd expect, but we don't stop there. Our massive scale and small team, emphasis on healthy life balance and kindness in all our interactions, and focus on ownership and personal growth make OneSignal a uniquely great place to work.
Our Product Engineering group builds our main product interface (https://www.onesignal.com) and API. OneSignal is used by 1.5 million+ marketers and developers, and sends over 10 billion messages each day to billions of devices. Our small team’s work makes a massive impact. We tackle challenges at the intersection of engineering and product development, like notification authoring for over a dozen different platforms and multiple mediums (push, in-app, SMS, and email) and intelligent message delivery customized to each recipient.
About the Team:
Our Channels team focuses on building and scaling new messaging channels on the OneSignal platform. Currently the team is focused on elevating our email offering to a world-class level while keeping our SMS channel competitive. We move quickly, yet deliberately, and look to innovate along the way.
In keeping with our beliefs and goals, no employee or applicant will face discrimination/harassment based on: race, color, ancestry, national origin, religion, age, gender, marital domestic partner status, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability status, or veteran status. Above and beyond discrimination/harassment based on 'protected categories,' we also strive to prevent other, subtler forms of inappropriate behavior (e.g., stereotyping) from ever gaining a foothold in our office. Whether blatant or hidden, barriers to success have no place in our workplace.