Inyuk-chuk! Wufoo Needs Your Help to Grow!

Apache Chief!

Hey, hey superfriends! Wufoo is growing like [Apache Chief](http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VZfDhNAnJxc&feature=player_detailpage#t=296s) and that means we need the talents and expertise of some incredible people to help us scale with grace. It’s a really exciting and humbling time for us. Exciting because our team is expanding again and humbling because it means we need your help. Today, we’ve got 3 Wufoo related positions and a call to arms to help us with our shared mission to transform [SurveyMonkey](http://surveymonkey.com) into a user experience powerhouse.

We're hiring!

##Customer Operations Representative (Portland, OR)

We have a proud tradition here at Wufoo about making sure we take care of the users we love both on and off the computer. And because we’re growing rapidly, we need good people on the front lines to help take care of our users at the level we’ve grown a reputation for delivering. This position is responsible for responding to customer support tickets via email, updating documentation, writing tutorials, monitoring forums, working with our developers and designers to squash bugs, and exceeding our customers’ expectations. Native-level fluency in Spanish is a plus!

[ We’re got all we need for this position. Thanks for all the applications everyone! ]

##Business Development Associate (Palo Alto, CA)

There is so much energy and passion for Wufoo’s and SurveyMonkey’s services that we have groups, organizations and businesses sending us messages constantly about the potential for integration and partnership. We’d love to act on more of these opportunities. If you’re a deal makin’ silver tongue handshaker with a passion for technology, then we need your powers, slick rick. You’ll be working with all the teams at the company to help create and execute marketing and sales efforts to grow and roll out current and future product offerings.

Learn More about this Position or   Apply Here

We're hiring!

##System Administrator (Palo Alto, CA)

Let’s get down to brass tacks, we’re looking for our own [Geordi La Forge](http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Geordi_La_Forge). We need someone to join the crew of production systems engineers at SurveyMonkey to help transition and scale out Wufoo’s technology stack. We have a very unique back-end setup that’s just as innovative as our front-end experience. So we’ll need a detail-oriented PHP/MySQL Alpha Geek to help us make the right decisions and share in our ultimate success. You’ll be managing all aspects of the production Wufoo infrastructure including: monitoring, networking, databases, web servers, load balancers, mail, storage and backups.

Learn More about this Position or   Apply Here

##Front-end Engineers (Palo Alto, CA)

The Wufoo Team is also helping SurveyMonkey design and build their next generation of survey tools. Their software is already in use by millions of customers, including every single company from the Fortune 100. If you’ve always craved the opportunity to make a big impact on the lives of users all over the world while leveraging your knowledge of the latest HTML5, CSS3 and JavaScript technologies, this is your moment. Help us, along with a growing powerhouse of engineers, product managers and visual designers to build out some very elegant new interfaces to engage and delight our users.

Learn More about this Position or   Apply Here

##About Working for Wufoo and SurveyMonkey

You won’t meet a nicer group of talented people. Plus, we offer competitive salaries, medical/dental benefits, PTO, 401k, paid holidays, and equity compensation. As always, we’re an equal opportunity employer, meaning there’s no reason you shouldn’t apply if you think you have what it takes. Hope to hear from you soon!

Comments

  • PDF Links seem to be broken, FYI.

    Posted June 29th, 2011 by Scott D.
  • Ah, they should be uploaded now. Thanks!

    Posted June 29th, 2011 by Kevin Hale.
  • I’m guessing unlike the last job offerings, this one does not have the option to work remotely?

    Posted June 29th, 2011 by Matthew.
  • Hey Matthew, that’s correct. You have to work with friends in the clubhouse. 🙂 There is, however, a thing for developers and designers to work from home one day a week.

    Posted June 29th, 2011 by Kevin Hale.
  • you put alpha geek and php in the same sentence

    Posted June 29th, 2011 by whoops.
  • I thought you guys were in Tampa?

    Posted June 29th, 2011 by Tyler.
  • @Tyler, we’re moving out to Palo Alto as a result of the acquisition with SurveyMonkey. Most of the core development and design teams are already out here now.

    @whoops, c’mon. Facebook? Flickr?

    Posted June 29th, 2011 by Kevin Hale.
  • @Kevin Hale: “c’mon. Facebook? Flickr?” <– I usually include Wufoo in that list 😉

    Posted June 29th, 2011 by Iain Dooley.
  • Guys, you are incredible, love your website… and services of course…
    I’m happy for the merge with SurveyMonkey, You will do great things.
    A big hug from Italy.
    Luisa

    Posted June 29th, 2011 by Luisa.
  • Glad to use your service, but sad that you don’t have a Northeast team based in a nice place like Maine.

    Posted June 29th, 2011 by Eric Howard.
  • Everyone needs a hug. Especially my homeless friends and I living in a halfway house! Some of these guys are willing to work for 5.00$ a day, I’m talking a dollar an hour. Ask your payroll office if they can compete with that.

    Some of us have college experience, can work projects as a team. We can find information which might take hours, especailly looking through blogs and other lesser known routes of information in other search engines.

    Posted June 29th, 2011 by Tom.

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