Software Engineer — Accessibility
- Make Dropbox web UIs accessible to all users
- Engineer the libraries, frameworks, and internal tools that power our front-end stack
- Work cross-functionally across design and engineering to improve the product experience
- Advise and empower engineering teams to build web UIs according to accessibility best practices and guidelines
- Take full ownership of projects from design to implementation and deployment
- Great engineering skills, including a deep understanding of JS, HTML and CSS
- Strong knowledge of web accessibility standards, specifically WCAG 2.0 AA guidelines, and when to use and not use ARIA
- Experience testing and debugging accessible UIs with automated tools and assistive technology such as JAWS, NVDA, and VoiceOver
- A desire to build and improve reusable front-end components and abstractions
- Motivation and interest in educating others
Dropbox is an equal opportunity employer. We are a welcoming place for everyone, and we do our best to make sure people feel supported and connected at work. Groups like Women at Dropbox, [email protected], Black Dropboxers, and Pridebox (for LGBTQ employees and allies) are a big part of that effort.
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Ruchi broadens the Dropbox infrastructure by directing an Engineering Team that builds cutting-edge services, keeping users coming back for more. She also brainstorms products that benefit users.
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