Software Engineer

Wellington, New Zealand · Engineering


Who are you?

You love coding to the brink of obsession! The code you write is clear, easy to maintain and unit test. You care about the user and you get a kick out of building features that they love using. You excel in a collaborative and agile environment where we deploy continuously, measure everything and take responsibility to diagnose and fix what breaks.

Does this sound like you? Then read on.

Who are we?

Raygun’s cloud-based platform and tools enable software development organisations and teams to deliver exceptional value to businesses, and exceptional experiences to customers. Raygun helps developers stay in front of application development and performance issues before they impact on end users.

This could be you...

You will be involved in the day-to-day development of the Raygun product suite, working mostly in the back-end code. You will be working largely with a C# code base but because we build developer tools that support all languages, knowledge of other languages is highly advantageous.

Our team is data driven and very collaborative; this means you will need to write clean and scalable code and work collaboratively with everyone to get the features deployed. We are a very supportive team and you’ll be given opportunities to learn and excel, but also be prepared to be challenged by designers and developers who care deeply about the Raygun products.


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The opportunity to join a fast-growing, fast-moving company where you have a direct impact is here – are you up for the challenge?

Applicants for this position must have NZ residency or a valid NZ work visa.

If you really want to know what tools and technologies we use, then here’s a great, big list for you:

Visual Studio 2017/Rider, GitHub, C#, ASP.NET MVC and WebAPI, JavaScript, Sass, Backbone, Marionette, React, MySQL, PostgreSQL,, Redis, RabbitMQ, ElasticSearch, Octopus Deploy, TeamCity, AWS, Jira, and of course... Raygun (yes Raygun in Raygun!).

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