Wayfair is expanding its Engineering footprint to locations outside of its technology hubs in Boston and Berlin for the first time to further advance the innovative technologies that make Wayfair the best place to shop for home.
“As Wayfair further solidifies its position as the leader in home, we are excited to open a new chapter as an Engineering organization with three new office locations that will help accelerate our ambitious tech agenda,” said Jim Miller, Chief Technology Officer, Wayfair.
“We’re thrilled to expand our global talent footprint to Austin, Toronto and the San Francisco Bay Area as we continue to evolve our team to support the incredible growth of the business.”
Wayfair will initially hire for up to 200 positions at each new Wayfair Engineering site over the next year. Positions include software engineers, infrastructure engineers, product managers, experience designers, analysts, and data scientists.
The roles will help drive a wide range of solutions, from cutting-edge machine learning and data science techniques that help customers find just the right product among more than 22 million items, to next-generation merchandising that fuels beautiful, inspiring product imagery, to platforms that enable suppliers to reach consumers more effectively and grow their businesses.
Check out Wayfair’s open roles in Toronto here.