Bitbucket is hiring a new development lead – come join the team!

By on November 8, 2012

Join Bitbucket today — Bitbucket is looking for an inspirational engineering leader to help us build Bitbucket for the future. We’re growing the service and the team, and we’re tackling some of the biggest challenges around. You’ll help scale our service for millions of developers around the world.

Improve software development for everyone — Bitbucket is bringing the power of DVCS to developers everywhere, to help them share code and create better software together. At Bitbucket you and your team will imagine, design, build, and release features that the next generation of software developers will use to change the world.

Make an impact, fast — At Bitbucket, you’ll focus on shipping code to our users every day, building resilient systems that withstand chaos, and learn instantly from how live users behave.

Be the change you seek — With Bitbucket’s ShipIt days, 20% time, and innovation weeks you can showcase your genius. We don’t just want your opinions, we want to see your ideas in action. We hire great people and trust them to be great.

 

Who You Are

 

What you know

 

What You’ll Do

 

You’ll love it here

Bitbucket is a part of Atlassian. We help innovators everywhere dream, plan, build, and launch great software. More than 23,000 companies of all sizes—including Blizzard, Pixar, Twitter, Netflix, NASA and Facebook—use our issue tracking, collaboration, and software development products to work faster and smarter, together.

With offices in Sydney, San Francisco and Amsterdam, we are growing fast, and we are building a different kind of software company: one that listens to customers, encourages innovation and solves customer problems with brilliant simplicity. We’re out to transform the way developers build great software. We live our values. Find out more about Life at Atlassian.

 

Sounds great!

Show us your résumé, CV, blog, Bitbucket or GitHub profile, open-source contributions, or things you’ve built. We want to see your amazing work!

  • http://xahlee.org/ Xah Lee

    your resume application at taleo dot net sucks donkey hindquarters. I tried to apply 3 times, error. And the form is like written in 1999.

    • http://twitter.com/loficheip chip collier

      I wonder how taleo has become so popular among larger companies. It’s an instant turn-off when I see a job post that leads me to a taleo site.

  • Anonymous

    You haven’t mentioned location requirements. Is this only San Francisco, other offices, or remote?

    Remote would be nice since the idea behind something like BitBucket and it’s competitors is asynchronous work. :)