What do we do?

Our development team is comprised of skilled individuals representing the full-stack. They design, develop and execute products and solutions that directly make people’s work lives easier. Whether working with complex distributed systems and services, or focusing on aspects of our ecosystem and solutions, we trust our team and provide them with the freedom needed to think outside the box and push the innovation envelope.

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Who are we?

  • Data Scientists
  • Database Administrators
  • Digital Accessibility Specialists
  • Directors of IT Operations
  • Distinguished Engineers
  • Distinguished Product Designers
  • Engineering Managers
  • Global Localization Coordinators
  • Global Localization Specialists
  • Information Security Consultants
  • Infrastructure Architects
  • Infrastructure Engineers
  • IT Supporters
  • IT Support Trainees
  • Lead Accessibility Strategists
  • Product Experts
  • Product Owners
  • Product Strategy Leads
  • Product Unit Directors
  • Quality Engineers
  • Release Managers
  • Salesforce Administrators
  • Salesforce Center of Excellence Team Leads
  • Salesforce Specialists
  • Site Reliability Engineers
  • Software Architects
  • Software Developers
  • Student Developers
  • Technical Writers
  • UX/UI Designers
  • UX/UI Designer Assistants
  • UX Writers

Siteimprove Tech Talks

Every Friday, Siteimprovers get together for a weekly tech talk. Everyone in Siteimprove are welcome to join and see one of their colleagues give a talk on a topic they are passionate about. We also have a public YouTube channel where we are sharing the best talks. If you subscribe, you’ll be notified every time a new Siteimprove Tech Talk is ready to watch.

 

Siteimprove Tech Talks

Maybe you are our next brilliant software developer?

Mads is looking for more brilliant minds to join his team. Watch the video to learn more about software development at our HQ in Copenhagen, Denmark.

If you think you're ready to take on the next challenge of your career and want to join the team, you can apply here.

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Career Path Model for software developers and quality engineers

As a software developer or quality engineer at Siteimprove you will have a transparent career development framework called the Career Path Model. The framework maps the potential roles and career paths that you can pursue and involves a competence model that highlights which skills you must develop in order to take the next career step. To be considered for a promotion you have to master the competencies required for your current and all lower performance levels.

As a software developer, you will be evaluated on your performance within these 5 competencies:

  • Planning
  • Teamwork
  • Customer value
  • Skills & quality of work
  • Operational responsibility

As a quality engineer, you will be evaluated on your performance within these 4 competencies:

  • Testing
  • Planning
  • Product knowledge
  • Software development

Supporting career development

In addition to the career path frameworks, we have a number of initiatives in place to ensure that our R&D teams are able to develop professionally in their careers. That includes our weekly Tech Talks, where Siteimprovers deliver talks about various topics to their colleagues, and the regular meet-ups with different tech communities that we host in our headquarters in Copenhagen, and access to shared resource libraries.

Our employees also have the opportunity to participate in specialist courses and conferences to support their knowledge growth, and if they want to work on personal projects they can do that every Thursday in the Code Club.

We also have a matrix approach to management and teamwork so that our developers are not only surrounded by an expert in the product they are developing, but also have a manager for their specific engineering team who they will have regular career conversations with, which you can read more about in the Career Growth section.

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