Miro is an online collaborative whiteboard platform that enables distributed teams to work effectively together, from running brainstorming sessions and workshops to planning projects, from designing new products and services to facilitating agile ceremonies. With more than 25 million users and counting, Miro is trusted by Dell, Cisco, Salesforce, PWC, EY, Deloitte and many more global companies of all sizes.

We are growing at a hyper-scale and have over 1200 Mironeers on our team. Our Product Engineering is spread across Amsterdam, Berlin and Perm (Russia) and keeps expanding. We are welcoming diverse software engineering professionals to join our team in Europe and we provide excellent relocation support.

From a technological perspective, our engineers face and successfully resolve hundreds of challenges every day. They work on system stability, reliability, scalability, and security, all while ensuring strong performance and software quality.

If you’re looking for an opportunity where you really can make a difference doing what you’re passionate about, we’d love to hear from you.

Check out our career page miro.com/careers for all our open roles or hop onto this Miro board miro.com/app/board/o9J_klqghMw= to learn more about us!

Roles We’re Hiring For:
— Senior Software Engineers (Frontend, Backend, Full Stack)
— Staff and Senior Staff Engineers
— Engineering Team Lead and Engineering Managers
— Architectural Engineers
— QA Engineers
— DevOps Engineers

Some Miro Facts:
— Miro is loved by over 25M users, including 95% of all 2020 Fortune 100 companies
— We’ve seen 6x growth in active users since March 2020
— We’ve raised $75M in venture capital funding to date: closed Series B $50M round in April 2021, led by ICONIQ
— Many of Miro’s other investors and advisors come from leading tech businesses, including Atlassian, Intercom, Microsoft, and Google

Tech stack:
— Java 11, Spring (Spring Boot), Hazelcast, Redis, PostgreSQL, Microservice/SOA Architecture
— Maven, Git, JIRA, Confluence, Bamboo, BitBucket
— AWS, Docker, Kubernetes, Terraform, Linux