Careers at Material-UI
We build the next generation of tools for UI development. Material-UI is focused on making React UI development faster, simpler, and accessible to more people.
The open-source project started back in 2014 to unify React and Material Design. Today, Material-UI has grown to become one of the world's most popular React UI libraries, backed by a vibrant community of more than 2M developers in over 180 countries.
The company is bootstrapped (so far). It was incorporated in mid-2019 and yet growing fast (x2-3 YoY). We doubled the team in 2020 and are on track to do the same in 2021.
- Customer obsessed. We put our customers front & center. We focus on delivering web experiences that feel amazing. We ask questions. We experiment with new ideas.
- Transparency. Most of our work is public. We share what we work on regularly in the open. We collect feedback as soon and as frequently as possible. We learn from each other and grow from it.
- Freedom. We work from anywhere in the world. We keep meetings to a minimum, preferring asynchronous and written communication.
- Autonomy. We want to create a safe, high-trust team. We want you to be able to feel invested in your work and proud of it.
- Excellence. We're aiming high, and we know it. Even the smallest details are important to us. We only want the best for each other and our customers.
- Remote: Our entire company is distributed.
- Gatherings: We meet up once or twice a year for a short week of meetings, events, and fun!
- Equipment: Material-UI will let you choose new hardware of your choice (up to $2,500 USD).
- Flexible hours: We work from different timezones. When the work is done doesn't really matter.
- Time off: We provide five weeks of paid time off.
We're currently looking for help in the following areas:
You will initiate the development of a bold new product vertical. We are looking for an experienced and ambitious full-stack engineer that is ready to work in an entrepreneurial environment. You are a manager of one, you are curious, enjoy taking risks, and learning.
You will support the advanced components team, build new ambitious enterprise features, work on strategic problems, and help grow the adoption of the free open-source tier (freemium/open-core business model).
You will define and maintain the product roadmap for the advanced components, identify opportunities, define specs, and work with engineers to execute on the features. Experience as an engineer is essential for this role. You might need to work part-time developing too in the beginning.
You will educate users on the latest features, craft high-quality examples and demos, engage with the community, write documentation, advocate for creating faster and more appealing UIs, and help to promote/market the advanced components.
In the future, we will need to fill the following positions. If you don't want to wait for the positions to be opened, you can jump ahead and submit an open application.
- No plans yet
- Product Designer. Design is critical to the success of our mission. We will be looking for skills that complement our lead designer. It could be a graphic designer or a UX expert for instance, depending on our exact needs.
- Head of talent. Recruit an exceptional team and lay the foundations for a modern corporation. We will be looking for a self-starter who acts as a strategic designer, builder, and champion for our engineering-centric and customer-oriented culture. They will serve as part of the company's leadership team, collaborating to continuously evolve our high-performance, high-engagement crew.
- Support Engineer. Ensure that our users wildly succeed on their journey with Material-UI. You'll directly work with users, customers, and potential customers to unblock them from using the products, triage and resolve issues, and use this direct feedback to drive improvements in Material-UI.
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No. We ask applicants to complete challenges that are close to their future day-to-day contributions.
Yes. People outside of France will be hired as full-time contractors. (Benefits may vary.)