There’s no shortage of companies looking for talented developers in Boston, but the following four tech companies are growing their engineering teams like crazy. Every company on this list has at least two open engineering roles, so if you’re looking to make a change, now might be a good time to dust off your resume.
The gig: Principal Software Engineer
What you’d do: Burn through an ever-growing backlog of requests to evolve ezCater’s products for desktop and mobile.
Who they’re looking to hire: Someone with over eight years of hands-on web development experience in a professional setting, ideally using Ruby on Rails.
Why you should apply: Market salary, stock options, the usual holidays, all-you-can-eat vacation, 401(k), subsidized T-passes, a tremendous amount of responsibility and autonomy, and awesome coworkers.
The gig: Cloud Software Engineer
What you’d do: Design and develop the service that manages Acquia Cloud persistent data resources, business logic and AWS integration, as well as research and test cloud hosting architectures.
Who they’re looking to hire: Someone with a passion for services, websites and website delivery architecture.
Why you should apply: Office amenities include snacks and beverages, game rooms and Mac computers. They also offer generous PTO, including up to 13 weeks of maternity and six weeks of adoption leave paid at 100 percent.
The gig: Software Engineer
What you’d do: You would be in charge of building Cybereason’s next generation security operations center tooling and support systems.
Who they’re looking to hire: Someone with expertise in C#, Java or Python. You must also have the maturity to work in a very casual environment.
Why you should apply: You want to fight the bad guys.
The gig: Oracle PL/SQL Developer
What you’d do: Develop PL/SQL scripts for complex business requirements through analysis, design, development, testing, debugging and documentation phases.
Who they’re looking to hire: Someone with the ability to plan and manage in a rapidly changing environment.
Why you should apply: Thirsty Thursdays featuring the best local craft brews and ales, as well as coffee from Starbucks, Caribou and Dunkin' Donuts, and Bevi sparkling water. Yum.