Join us as we pursue our disruptive new vision to make machine data accessible, usable, and valuable to everyone. We are a company filled with people who are passionate about our product and seek to deliver the best experience for our customers. At Splunk, we’re committed to our work, customers, having fun, and most importantly to each other’s success.As applications and systems become more sophisticated and user experience is at high stake, observability - the ability to monitor and understand the systems and how they impact users, becomes one of the biggest challenges for engineering teams. We are building world-class tools to help engineers deliver better, faster, and more reliable applications.We are looking for a Senior Software Engineer to join our Splunk Observability teams. As a frontend software engineer, you will closely collaborate with UI/UX designers, Frontend Architects, and Product Managers to design and implement modern, delightful, and intuitive features that power Splunk Observability products. You will interact with early-access design partners and other customers to understand their needs and problems. We are obsessed with solving customers’ problems. We move fast and iterate quickly. We have ambitious goals to build best-of-its-kind products. You will help us win in a fast-growing market.
You will join the engineering team in Splunk Estonia (Tartu or Tallinn) which is small, fast paced and highly impactful. We are looking for experienced engineers who are passionate about the quality of their work and would like to contribute to impactful and recognizable products. We will provide a work environment where you have clear deliverables, are empowered to do a great job and will be recognized for your achievements.You will have the opportunity to work with highly entrepreneurial team members and a team that retains its startup DNA. As a matter of fact, many of your peers and managers are former entrepreneurs themselves. You may also choose to share and talk about your work through channels like conferences, meetups, and blogs.