Software Engineer, Safari UI & Analytics
Santa Clara Valley (Cupertino), California, United States
Software and Services
We’re looking for an engineer to use a data-driven approach to help define the future of web browsing! Come help transform Apple’s flagship application and directly affect how people live, communicate, and connect. Together, we’ll build on the industry-leading WebKit engine and Apple’s frameworks to deliver a fluid browsing experience and powerful, easy-to-use features. Your vision and impact will extend beyond Safari, as we prototype and build features involving everything from new hardware to Foundation and Core Animation, to Siri and CloudKit, and everything in between!
- Passion for developing highly visible, product-defining features
- Strong object-oriented programming and design skills
- Detailed knowledge of Objective-C, Swift, C++, or C
- Excellent debugging and problem solving skills
- Willingness to work at all layers of the software stack
- Experience with statistics, data analytics, or related fields is welcome but not required
- Knowledge of Splunk is welcome but not required
On a day to day basis (about 75% of your time), you will build features and relentlessly improve the quality of Safari. You will scope and plan features (both user-facing and under the hood), write and review code, fix bugs, and iterate. A key part of your job (about 25% of your time) will be to envision, plan, design, and implement analytics that will help inform app and feature development, and to do so in a manner consistent with our belief that privacy is a human right. You will work with other engineers across all our platforms to ensure that both new and existing features are instrumented using Apple’s purpose-built analytics technologies. This is a high-visibility role as you will also be called upon to answer analytics questions not just from within our team but also from our design and marketing teams as well as senior engineering leadership.
Education & Experience
BS in Computer Science or related field, or equivalent experience