[Jobs Roundup] Work at India's latest unicorn and SaaS startup BrowserStack with these openings

BrowserStack plans to use its fresh capital to make strategic acquisitions, expand product offerings for developers, and ramp up scale across the globe to fulfil its vision of becoming the testing infrastructure for the internet.
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Earlier this week, homegrown SaaS startup BrowserStack secured $200 million in Series B funding at a $4 billion valuation and became India's 15th unicorn of 2021. It also becomes the year's second SaaS unicorn after Chargebee, which achieved the feat in April.

The funding round was led by BOND, with participation from Insight Partners and existing investor Accel, which had invested $50 million in a Series A round in 2018.

BrowserStack, which Ritesh Arora co-founded with Nakul Aggarwal in 2011, has been a category leader in software testing on the cloud and counts over 50,000 customers and more than four million developer signups.

It caters to giant corporations such as Microsoft, Twitter, Barclays, Expedia, and several others, powering over two million tests across its 15 global data centres every day.

The nearly decade-old BrowserStack was valued at $500-600 million during its first institutional funding round, as per Venture Intelligence. Its valuation has soared 8X in three years, mirroring the meteoric growth of India's SaaS sector.

BrowserStack Founder Ritesh Arora (L) with Accel's Anand Daniel

The startup plans to use the capital to make strategic acquisitions, expand product offerings for developers, and ramp up scale across the globe to fulfil its vision of becoming the "testing infrastructure for the internet".

If you'd like to be part of BrowserStack's growth journey, these openings may be for you:

Manager - Strategic Partnerships

Location: Mumbai

Experience required: 3-4 years

In this role, the manager for strategic partnerships is expected to understand the relative strength of competitors within strategic partners, identify and cultivate strategic relationships with current and potential partners, develop (and act on) collaboration plans for key partners, develop product adoption and customer success plans, take overall responsibility for managing the strategic relationship (communications, expectations), and more.

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Frontend Team Lead

Location: Mumbai

Experience required: 5-8 years

In this role, the candidate is expected to develop and deliver complex systems, handle innovation and identify areas of continuous improvement and betterment of product development lifecycle, operate with scale and speed, set up best practices for development, architect and design technically robust, flexible, and scalable frontend solutions, and more.

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Product Manager - Engineering

Location: Mumbai

Experience required: 6-12 years

The product manager for engineering will implement new features to solve critical problems that users face in development workflows, build a deep understanding of customer personas, define success metrics for features, track and improve the defined metrics, work closely with the engineering and design teams to simplify testing, collaborate with the GTM team, and execute successful product launches.

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Senior Account Executive

Location: Mumbai

Experience required: 7-10 years

The senior account executive at BrowserStack will manage relationships with a book of paying, active accounts, partner with accounts to build growth strategies to deliver quarterly and annual incremental revenue, collaborate with customer champions and renew and retain business, build account intelligence to map stakeholders, identify new teams and business units to sell to, and more.

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Senior Software Engineer

Location: Mumbai

Experience required: 3-6 years

In this role, responsibilities include writing high quality code, participating in code reviews, designing and architecting systems of varying complexity and scope, creating high quality documentation supporting the design/coding tasks, leading team meetings, stand-ups, and architecture and design discussions, identifying areas of improvement in frameworks, tools, processes, and more.

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Edited by Teja Lele Desai