Senior Software Engineer - Immersive Learning Labs

Dublin, Ireland /
Engineering – Engineering /
Udemy for Business helps global companies stay competitive in the digital transformation of the workplace by offering fresh, personalized, and on-demand learning content. Our business offering leverages the marketplace catalogue of over 130,000 courses serving upward of 40M students. We are looking for a full-stack engineer to help us build out and scale up the best workplace learning experience in the industry.

What’s the opportunity?

The Enterprise portfolio is responsible for building a wide range of products and services specifically designed for our business customers. We have teams working on a high-scale insights platform, elegant user management tools for admins, delightful user experiences for managers to drive learning and a service-oriented integration ecosystem. You will have opportunities to contribute on a variety of product lines and technical challenges and shape the learning experience for a range of big name companies.

What’s expected of me?

Our team members have a wide variety of backgrounds and we strongly believe that diversity, open-mindedness, and good communication yield the best results. We work collaboratively and cross-functionally, taking ownership of doing the right things and getting them done. We are looking for someone to join the team who has demonstrable experience in some of the areas listed below and a desire to learn and master anything else that comes their way - we are a learning company after all!

Below is a list of some of the competencies and experiences that will help you do well in this role:

    • Frontend development using modern JavaScript and design systems
    • Backend development using Python/Django or similar language/framework
    • Event-driven development (Kafka or similar)
    • Service development (Spring Boot, Kubernetes, etc.)
    • Scalable, secure API design (REST, GraphQL, etc.)
    • Data storage architecture
    • Cloud development (AWS, GCP or similar)

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What are some of the benefits of working at Udemy?

Best in class employee training and onboarding 
Annual education allowance with unlimited access to the Udemy learning platform
Health Insurance
Dental plan
Life Assurance (x4 times your annual salary)
Long term illness cover
Free breakfast and lunch catered on-site
25 days holidays plus additional company discretionary days
Flexible working hours (agreed with your manager)
Gym discounts
An amazing culture of always learning and supporting each other
UBelong programs to foster inclusivity and being your authentic self at work
We have 38 different nationalities in our Dublin office alone
And lots more

About Udemy
We believe anyone can build the life they imagine through online learning. Today, millions of students around the world are advancing their careers and passions by exploring and mastering new skills on Udemy, and expert instructors are able to share their knowledge with the world. Through our global marketplace and our solutions for businesses and governments, we connect people everywhere with the skills they need for success in work and life. We’re a close-knit bunch that enjoys problem-solving and collaboration, and we share a serious belief in the power of learning and teaching to change lives. Udemy’s culture encourages innovation, creativity, passion, and teamwork. We also celebrate our milestones and support each other every day.

Founded in 2010, Udemy is publicly traded and headquartered in San Francisco’s SOMA neighborhood with offices in Denver (Colorado), Dublin (Ireland), Ankara (Turkey), Gurugram (India), and São Paulo (Brazil).

Vaccine Mandate (US Only)
Udemy is committed to keeping its employees, clients, and communities safe. Accordingly, we require all U.S. employees to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 if their work requires them to come into a Udemy office or come into close contact with others. If you are unable to get vaccinated due to a medical condition, disability, or a sincerely-held religious belief, we will consider requests for accommodation.

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