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Executive Assistant

Mozilla Mountain View, CA

Mozilla is looking for an extraordinary Executive Assistant -- an energetic problem-solver who knows professionalism is demonstrated through…

3 days ago

Portfolio Manager - Hive NYC, Mozilla Learning Network – new

Mozilla Foundation Brooklyn, NY

Since 2009, Mozilla's Hive NYC Learning Network (Hive NYC) has worked to empower educators to teach the essential digital media and web literacies…

30+ days ago

Software Engineer, Firefox for Android San Francisco, CA

The Mozilla Corporation is looking for skilled developers to work with the Mozilla Open Source community and partner companies to develop the next…

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Mozilla CEO Chris Beard
Chris Beard
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    Extremely flexible and open

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    Current Employee - Senior Software Engineer in Mountain View, CA
    Current Employee - Senior Software Engineer in Mountain View, CA
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    I have been working at Mozilla full-time (More than 3 years)


    - Ability to work remotely e.g. while travelling - Extremely flexible working hours (excluding meetings) and time off - Variety in projects - Work in the open - Attend one non-Mozilla conference per year without presenting (more if you present) - Large quarterly cash bonuses (to compensate for no stock) and extra health & wellness spending reimbursement (e.g. gym, co-pays, sports, etc.) - Silicon Valley perks (e.g. lunch, quality snacks/drinks, games/sports) - Computer upgrade every 2 years - Android or FirefoxOS hardware - Travel for work at least once a year (usually 2x min.) - 401k contribution (usually 7%)


    - Firefox desktop has been starved for resources for as long as I've been around since they were going to Firefox OS which caused us to lose relevance with developers and users. Chris Beard is changing this and we are investing more in the Firefox department again including many open positions soon. - Various organization changes in recent years (e.g. in administrative overhead) but for the most part you can just ignore them and do your job

    Advice to Management

    - Invest more in desktop Firefox and have Firefox OS integrate with desktop (e.g. via Sync) as a way to increase FxOS adoption - Leverage our differentiating features before competitors have parity (e.g. vertical tabs & tab groups). These are some of the reasons why people still use Firefox. - Invest more in implementing Web APIs to win back developer mind share (we have been focusing too much on FxOS APIs in this area)

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