Software Engineer

June 29


Melbourne, Australia

Let’s start the right way:

Research has proven that men will apply for a job if they meet ~60% of the criteria. However, women and people from other untapped communities generally only apply when they meet 100%.

We don’t think that should be the case. So, if you’re concerned that you’re not ticking all the boxes, but think you may have some transferable skills that could help you ace the role, just apply!


About Redbubble:

Redbubble was born in 2006 in Melbourne, Australia. The dream was simple. Give artists a meaningful new way to sell their creations. Today, we connect over 800k artists and designers with millions of fans across the planet. 

As for us? We’re passionate, imaginative, and a little offbeat. An inspired mix that’s helped artists earn over $100M since launch. We’re also nice, well-balanced folks with lives outside of work!

Through our marketplace, artists are able to earn from their work, enabling them to create more fabulous artwork. With over 20 million unique designs for consumers to purchase on a range of 100+ print-on-demand products from stickers to t-shirts to throw pillows. It’s a treasure trove for the curious and creative.


The Team & Role: 

We’re looking for someone to join the Supply Chain Platform team as our new Software Engineer. You will work closely with the cross-functional team and internal stakeholders to achieve automation and optimisation of Supply Chain, exercising cost and time saving attributes. This position will be an integral part of Foundations department that will help us improve quality and reduce time, cost and variability of the order experience. 


What you’ll do:

  • Live Redbubble's vision and values - Keep Redbubble’s vision and values at the forefront of decision-making and actions. Translate the vision and values into day-to-day activities and behaviours.
  • Innovation and Delivery - Proactively innovate and deliver technology in a team and solve customer problems through software.
  • Communication skills - Proactively share information, actively solicit feedback, manage and facilitate communication if needed.
  • Build relationships - Successfully build trust and credibility with stakeholders and team. Be seen as a key 'go to' person for advice.
  • Growth mindset - Understand that competency is not fixed but is enhanced through dedication and hard work. 
  • Work Collaboratively - Help individuals resolve difficult problems with empathy, exchange ideas, demonstrate conflict management skills.


What you’ll bring:

  • Desire to create clean code and promote best engineering practices.
  • Experience in writing automated tests as part of the development workflow.
  • Good Experience using at least one of our most-used languages (AWS, NodeJS, Ruby, React) and willingness to learn new tech stack. 
  • Experience with CI/CD concepts and tooling.
  • Customer centric and outcome driven team player.


Our benefits:

  • Meaningful work that allows you to contribute to a mission you believe in
  • A safe and supportive place to continue to grow and hone your craft
  • A diverse and inclusive work environment where you can connect with colleagues from around the world
  • Generous flexible work arrangements, and parental leave programs
  • An opportunity to give back through community volunteer events and corporate partnerships like Code Like a Girl


We value open-minded, open-hearted teams, who reflect a diversity of experience, identity and perspective. Our differences make us smarter, and inclusive working cultures are healthy cultures. We are working hard to sustain a culture of belonging that promotes, advances and celebrates diverse identities and voices. We are committed to building a workforce that reflects the artist and customer communities that we serve.


Bringing more creativity into the world takes all the crayons in the box, and we’re excited to hear from you.


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