Our client is looking for a full-stack developer to help build out logistics APIs and Web front-ends.This is a unique opportunity to work in a business that has bet heavily on ReactJS, including modern API languages such as Go and Python. You’ll have the chance to work on internal UX that actually drives the business operations, as well as customer-facing UX driving fundamental change to how our customers perceive access and ownership.
This is a product engineering role. You’ll be providing connective tissue between the database, users’ subjective experience, and the goals of the business.
Attributes of candidates we're seeking:
- Demonstrated success shipping with ReactJS or similar web frameworks. You should be proficient with core technologies such as Webpack, NodeJS, and SCSS.
- Clear ability to dive deeper into the stack, working with API languages such as Python and Go. Familiarity with popular web frameworks, such as Django or Goji, is a plus here too.
- Architectural competency with relational databases, such as PostgreSQL, is highly preferred.
- Comfort and familiarity with ambiguity and iterative process. You’ll be part of figuring out how our product evolves.
- Prioritization of effective communication with past, present, and future engineers. You should use code to communicate first, and to direct the operation of a machine second. (Literally, if those objectives come into conflict, non-working-but-understandable code is preferable to working-but-obfuscated code.)
- Excitement about using engineering skill to advance design/growth/business goals, and an ability to distinguish between which engineering goals effectively advance larger goals, and which ones don’t. You’ll especially benefit from an intuitive grasp of when your software is delivering the quality UX we need.
- Competitive Salary
- Medical/Dental/Vision covered at 100% for employees, 99% for families
- P/Maternity leave with flexible "Returnity" program
- Pre-tax commuter benefits
- 3 weeks paid vacation
- Catered lunch every Friday
- Boatloads of free healthy (and not-so-healthy) snacks
- Free parking