Front End Engineer

Somewhere along the way, CRM got really hard to use. We're changing that. ProsperWorks was built with three basic principles in mind: keep it simple, show what matters, and make it actionable.

We are looking for entrepreneurial client developers that thrive in a fast-growing environment with a rapid, design-oriented, development cycle.

A day in the life...

  • Work closely with the product team to define, scope, prototype, and implement CRM features for our customers
  • Escalate quickly for timely resolution of blocking issues
  • Fix bugs and write unit tests
You have...
  • Passion to deliver a great user experience
  • 5+ years of professional engineering experience
  • High proficiency with Javascript, CSS, and HTML
  • Strong understanding of MVC and MVVM architectures
  • 1+ years of production experience with client side frameworks such as Ember or Angular
  • BS/MS in Computer Science or a related engineering field
Tell me more about ProsperWorks...
  • Great team: Founded by successful veterans of Yahoo, Zynga, and eBay
  • Huge market: Disrupting a massive, growing $35+ billion market for CRMs
  • Funding: Raised $53M for our Series C from top-tier investors like Norwest Venture Partners
  • On a roll: In the last year our CRM has been awarded: G2Crowd #1 in Customer Satisfaction Summer Rankings, Google Best New Tech Partner of the Year
  • Happy customers: Help thousands of small and medium-sized businesses be more successful. Just read our reviews!
  • Impact: A fun, transparent, and exciting start-up culture that empowers its people to make a huge impact.
  • Goodies: Awesome benefits, convenient SOMA location, beautiful office, catered breakfast/lunch/dinner, team outings, and more!


Meet Some of ProsperWorks's Employees

Samantha S.

Onboarding Project Manager

Samantha connects with clients right after a sale, working closely with them in order to introduce the ProsperWorks system and customize the program’s setup according to their needs.

Johari W.

Director of Engineering

Johari seeks to support his team of engineers—learning what would help them do their jobs well, solving any issues, and finding ways to improve overall efficiency and speed.


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