Skyscanner operates in a Tribes and Squads model and we have built an engineering culture where there is a high level of trust, autonomy and transparency.
Our engineers work in autonomous squads where they can craft their own backlog, ship code whenever they want and don’t have dependencies in order to deliver to the traveller.
Our engine uses global scale services, big data and machine learning to capture, normalise and make sense of real time information from our thousands of partners.
Skyscanner can offer you large scale, complex problems where you can reach 80 million users whilst enjoying a high level of autonomy and influence and a flexible working environment where you can thrive.
Our engineering principles are :
Most importantly, these are organic beliefs. We iterate. We learn. We grow. And our principles adapt with us
Do you relish in technical leadership? Would you consider yourself an authority in your domain? Can you enable teams to move faster, smarter and more efficiently in a continuous delivery manner?
If you enjoy collaboratively guiding companywide technology initiatives and principles, then this could be the role for you.
What you can expect as a principal engineer
What we are looking for
recent coding experience with mastery of one or more programming language
What else can we offer you
We are proud to have a working environment that sets our employees up for success, as well as all the usual perks such as barista coffee, fizzy & fresh drinks, fresh fruit, popcorn and we can help with down-
time’ in the office that includes table tennis, foosball, xbox and a massage chair. We also provide for your health with medical insurance, health screening options, Headspace subscription and an employee assistance programme to support you and your loved ones.
Then it gets really interesting, and you can buy more holiday, donate to a good cause and 1 charity day, work from your home country for up to 3 weeks, spend up to 30 days working from another of our offices globally, and you have the option to take part in Skyscanner extended annual leave which is an additional 3 weeks’ break (unpaid) after 3 years’ service or take 5 weeks’ break (paid) after 5 years’ service.
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Please note the closing date for this job is Wednesday 4th September 2019.