If you want to embrace software at scale in an environment that still feels small enough for everyone to make an impact, read on. Here’s everything you need to know about life at Skyscanner and how to prepare for your interview.
Skyscanner - We will be together again
We're proud to be the world's most trusted travel site.
And we're not just saying that - our customers did. Since we burst onto the scene in 2003 to change the way everyone travelled, we've moved on to offering car hire and hotels too. All forming part of our move toward providing a complete travel experience. With 100 million monthly users, we know that we have the power to change travel - for good.
We iterate, we improve, we measure and, where necessary, we change course. It's all part of being Agile. When it comes to Engineering at Skyscanner, our teams strive to deliver an unmatched traveller experience. To help them do this, they're guided each day by our Engineering Principles.
Hear from Paul Gillespie, Senior Principal Engineer - Skyscanner on AWS - Scaling Kubernetes Workloads with Amazon EC2 Spot Instances
We draw a lot of parallels between our team members and our customers. Probably because they're often the same people. It helps to be united by a love of travel, keeping us committed to doing the right thing for people and the planet. Listening, supporting and questioning to make sure we do. When it comes to relationships with our people and employees, we play the long game. Looking to build strong ones. Not easy ones. We believe that great people make great products. So, we spend time and money on developing the individuals that make what we do possible.
Principal Engineer Nicky Wrightson is a prime example of how exciting careers can be here - Nicky Wrightson, Being a Principal Engineer at Skyscanner.
Click on the Video below to find out more about our engineers