At Piwik and Piwik PRO we develop the leading open source web analytics platform, used by more than one million websites worldwide. Our vision is to build the best open alternative to Google Universal Analytics.

The Piwik platform collects, stores and processes a lot of information: hundreds of millions of data points each month. We create intuitive, simple and beautiful reports that delight our users.

Are you seeking a new challenge? We are currently looking for a software engineer or software developer who is passionate about data processing, security, privacy, the open source philosophy and usable interface design.

We practise agile methodology, test driven development, and fast release cycles. The main technologies we work with are Javascript (AngularJS, jquery), PHP5 and MySQL. You will write open source code that will directly benefit 250,000+ Piwik users in more than 200 countries and 50 languages.

Responsibilities

  • Write server-side code (PHP5) and front-end code (Javascript) for Piwik platform.
  • Create robust high-volume production applications and develop prototypes quickly.
  • Tackle new problems as we continue to push technology forward.

Minimum qualifications

  • BA/BS degree in Computer Science or equivalent practical experience.
  • 2 years of relevant work experience in software development.
  • Understanding of, and practical experience with PHP5 and Javascript application development.
  • Strong analytical and coding skills.
  • Excellent communication skills.

Location

  • Wellington central, New Zealand.
    If you are not in New Zealand, and you are the right candidate, we will help you relocate here!
  • Wrocław, Poland

Apply online

To apply for this position, please Apply online here. We look forward to receiving your applications!


Matthieu Aubry

While studying in India in 2006, Matthieu had the idea of creating an open source web analytics alternative to Google Analytics. In 2007 he released the first public beta version of Piwik. Matthieu now leads the project from New Zealand, where he likes to spend his days coding new features from the Piwik Roadmap, and helping users and customers use Piwik effectively. Find him on twitter or github.