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DevOps Engineer Techcyte Orem, UT, United States $100,000 to $150,000 a year
1 Applicants This Week
More Than 6 Months Old
About the Role
At Techcyte, we are building machine learning algorithms for microscopy testing using the latest in deep learning. To support these applications, we use AWS in a dynamically scaling environment while maintaining the availability and quality requirements of medical grade software.
We use the following technologies (and more!):
AWS (S3, EC2, ECS, CloudFront, DynamoDB)
Terraform, Vault, Packer
Go, ReactJS, Python
The goal of our DevOps team is to create a self-service system for everyone to get their job done. This means designing intuitive and well-documented infrastructure as code that allows others to get their jobs done efficiently, securely, and correctly instead of doing it all for them. At Techcyte, we believe the primary developers are the best suited to dissect production problems, and the DevOps team provides top-notch tools and methods to help them do that. As such, our DevOps members are still developers and will participate in product development, but they should be evangelists for thinking about code in the context of where and how it runs.
Candidates must meet the following requirements:
Have a BS in Computer Science or a related degree, or related experience
Be authorized to work in the United States
4+ years experience building on AWS or other cloud infrastructure
Excellent coding skills (main languages in the company are Go, ReactJS, and Python)
Ability to work on remote Linux systems
Current with modern dev tools and methodologies such as agile development, git, bug trackers, and team chats.
Be able to work remotely
Ability to optimize queuing and complex systems to improve speed or costs
Knowledge around best security practices
Experience with SQL databases
Candidates will be asked to code in the interview process.
About the Company
Work from Home
While we do have offices available for use, our workforce spends the majority of their time working from the comfort of their home. Every team member has a daily standup meeting to touch base with their team and a monthly all hands meeting for the whole company to get updates. Additional meetings are created as needed, and the majority are impromptu.
We offer competitive salaries, healthcare benefits, paid time off, work from home, a bonus plan, and equity.
Techcyte develops products using computer vision and deep learning to automate microscopy for laboratory testing for healthcare, veterinary services, and environmental testing. We need to analyze the equivalent of a blu-ray movie worth of images in the cloud in only a few minutes while staying reliable and accurate. Major problems include transferring, processing, and storing terabytes of data, creating queuing systems that balance turnaround times with costs, and building a pipeline around machine learning models that meet the accuracy requirements of human healthcare.
Extremely Talented People
We have a wide range of talent spanning a variety of industries and positions. We have built a culture of fast paced and agile development in the face of a healthcare system that has been rigid. We are building massive scale systems to implement bleeding edge research. Come interview with us and you will see top notch engineering talent that can compete with any organization on the planet.
Improve the World
Our mission is to improve healthcare and laboratory testing throughout the world. We improve the work environment for our users, improve the accuracy of tests, and lower costs and turnaround times for the healthcare system. We push new innovation in technology, workflow, and regulations to make the healthcare system the best it can be. We have already improved accuracy in laboratory testing that have prevented misdiagnoses, and we are striving to do more.
DevOps Engineer Mathpix New York City, United States $140,000 to $190,000 a year
4 Applicants This Week
We are looking for a confident and capable engineer to take on a lot on responsibility working on dev ops at Mathpix.
You are a great fit for this role if you have:
proficiency scripting using Python
some Docker experience
knowledge or willingness to quickly learn: Golang, Kubernetes, and AWS APIs
experience with SQL
experience designing distributed architectures
Your tasks will involve:
keeping tail latencies low
achieving uptimes of at least 99.99%
writing test automations
protecting our web apps against DDOS attacks
data security and compliance
private cloud deployments
developing metrics dashboards
developing API routes
maintaining and develop CLI tools for our dev team
This is a great opportunity for a senior developer looking for a new and exciting opportunity at a growing AI company. It's also a good fit for someone with some engineering and devops experience but who has a willingness to learn a lot and fast!
Please note that this is NOT a remote position, we are looking for someone who can work in our office in Williamsburg, Brooklyn :)
JumpCloud’s mission is to Make Work Happen®, providing simple, secure access to corporate technology resources from any device, or any location. The JumpCloud Directory Platform gives IT, security operations, and DevOps a single, cloud-based solution to control and manage employee identities, their devices, and apply conditional access controls based on Zero Trust principals. Since launching in 2012, our global user base has grown to more than 150,000 organizations, with more than 5,000 paying customers including Cars.com, GoFundMe, Grab, ClassPass, Uplight and Peloton. JumpCloud has raised over $400M from world-class investors including Sapphire Ventures, General Atlantic, Sands Capital, Atlassian, and CrowdStrike. Our teams are growing fast, too, and we're looking for talent across engineering, sales, customer success, marketing, product management, and more. Join our team of dedicated, passionate, and creative people who are eager to change the IT industry forever.
Do you enjoy solving challenging problems using the latest technologies within a great team? Is knowing your work will be highly visible and mission critical a key component for the next step in your career? At JumpCloud, we’re looking for best-in-class talent to help define the future of modern identity and device management from the ground up.
JumpCloud is looking for an experienced Software Engineer to join an engineering team focusing on certificate based authentication and Public Key Infrastructure (PKI). Identity Management (IM) services are a key part of the entire JumpCloud product portfolio. Along with our Authentication and Authorization services, IM provides the foundation for our identity and security solutions, both cloud and device based. The PKI team’s work will make using JumpCloud even easier and more seamless, while providing a very high level of security.
We're looking for...
Experience developing distributed systems, microservices, and REST APIs (including using them as integration points with third-party applications) in a variety of programming languages.
Experience using one of the public cloud providers (AWS, GCP or Azure) with CI/CD pipelines (Travis/CircleCI) to build, test and deploy.
Willingness to mentor junior members of the team.
Bonus points if you have experience with Python, Docker, feature flags, and BDD.
What you will be doing…
Feature implementation through both individual contributions and providing guidance in terms of organization, process and design.
Our team uses Go, Node.js, and/or Vue.js.
We collaborate closely with architects, UX, and DevOps to ensure our systems are highly available, scalable, performant, and deliver an amazing user experience.
We use the scrum framework.
Learning and working with cryptography and security concepts, including PKI and TLS/SSL agreement protocols, authentication, symmetric and asymmetric encryption, and related concepts. Bonus points if you have experience with these already.
Implementing services for CA operations and PKI management including certificate exchange protocols such as SCEP or EST and revocation. Bonus points if you have experience with these already.
Shape the future of our Identity Management services roadmap by participating in planning/scoping conversations with product managers.
Help the team and organization live by our core values: building connections, thinking big and getting 1% better every day.
In accordance with the Colorado Equal Pay for Equal Work Act, the approximate annual compensation range for this role is $140,000-$180,000, including base salary and any related bonuses or commissions. JumpCloud provides a comprehensive benefits package, with several medical plans to choose from including a high deductible HSA plan with employer contribution, two dental plans, vision insurance, flexible spending account (FSA), employee assistance program (EAP), short- and long-term disability, life insurance and a 401k savings plan with match. We have an unlimited vacation policy.
Where you’ll be working/Location:
JumpCloud is committed to being Remote First. If a role requires you to be in a certain location or country, that will be clearly stated in the job description. All roles posted in United States locations do require that you be located within one of the 50 U.S. States.
Our Headquarters is in the Denver/Boulder, CO area. Once we reopen our offices you will have the opportunity to remain fully remote, work from one of our office locations (CO only currently) or flex your time.
If you thrive working in a fast, SaaS-based environment and you are passionate about solving challenging technical problems, we look forward to hearing from you! JumpCloud is an incredible place to share and grow your expertise! You’ll work with amazing talent across each department who are passionate about our mission. We’re out of the box thinkers, so your unique ideas and approaches for conceiving a product and/or feature will be welcome. You’ll have a voice in the organization as you work with a seasoned executive team, a supportive board and in a proven market that our customers are excited about.
Please submit your résumé and brief explanation about yourself and why you would be a good fit for JumpCloud. Please note JumpCloud is not accepting third party resumes at this time.
JumpCloud is an equal opportunity employer. All applicants will be considered for employment without attention to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, veteran or disability status.
Senior DevOps Engineer DroneDeploy San Francisco / Los Angeles / Portland, United States / Remote $130,000 to $180,000 a year
2 Applicants This Week
More Than 6 Months Old
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DroneDeploy is the leading cloud software platform for commercial drones, making the power of aerial data accessible and productive for everyone. Trusted by businesses and individuals in over 140 countries worldwide, we are transforming the way drone users collect, manage and digest impactful data in a variety of industries, including agriculture, real estate, mining and construction. Simple by design and easy to use, DroneDeploy builds revolutionary software compatible with any drone. If you’re excited about drones and want to help us create a simple and seamless experience for drone users across the world, we’d love to hear from you!
The DevOps team is tasked with ensuring the reliability and security of our exponentially scaling platform, while serving as a force multiplier for the rest of the engineering organization. Other teams rely upon our expert guidance to design a product that earns the trust of our users, without slowing down the pace of development. We believe that automation and developer empowerment are the key to creating systems that are reliable and secure by default, while minimizing cycle times. We use a collection of SaaS, open source, and proprietary technologies; whichever provides the right solution and seamless integrations for that piece of the puzzle. Some of the key technologies we leverage include Docker (for code packaging and deployment), Kubernetes (for container orchestration), Ansible (for lightweight config management), and Terraform (to control our cloud infrastructure).
In this position you will be expected to:
-Have a mind for simplifying unnecessary complexity.
-Empathize with the people who use the systems you build.
-Excel at critical thinking and adapt to new situations.
-Anticipate future problems, without over-engineering the present.
-Share your expertise with others, but never stop learning new things.
We are looking for someone with:
-A depth of knowledge in at least one domain.
-Minimum of 2 years’ experience managing complex systems using software.
-Available to work on-site within our San Francisco office, or work remotely on Pacific Standard Time hours.
-Familiarity with configuration management systems (e.g. Ansible, Puppet, Chef, Salt, Terraform, CloudFormation).
-Experience solving difficult problems with a scripting language (e.g. Bash, Ruby, Python) in a Linux environment.
-Experience with container technology (Docker/cgroups/LXC/etc) and container orchestration (Kubernetes/Mesos/CloudFoundry/etc).
-Experience with major cloud providers (AWS, GCP, Azure, etc).
Life at DroneDeploy
We’re a team of star wars loving, hot sauce eating, tech enthusiasts with inspirational talents. Everyone is empowered to explore and implement new ideas and improvements. We enjoy our collaborative office environment and encourage each other to push boundaries. We host weekly Friday night BBQs on our rooftop deck, offer great salaries, generous equity,100% employee health coverage, unlimited vacation and delicious catered meals among other perks.
As a Back-End Engineer at Pink, you will work closely with the founding team to make the business processes and event casting experience come to life. You will be responsible for helping to design & maintain the server architecture upon which Pink functions. In addition, you will play a fundamental role in creating new IP around complex casting processes and cutting edge business operation algorithms.
B.S. or advanced degree in Computer Science, related field or equivalent work experience
Extensive experience developing server side solutions
Experience developing REST API's
Experience with relational databases (PostgreSQL, or MySQL)
Experience and understanding of one or more MVC frameworks
Professional experience utilizing Git and continuous integration
Writes unit tests, experienced with TDD
Passionate about code readability, maintainability, extensibility, and modularity
-Experience working with key value stores
-Deep knowledge in one or more of: relational databases, caching strategies, data analytics, DevOps
-Excellent verbal and written communication skills
-Excellent problem solving/troubleshooting skills and attention to detail
Reports to: Engineering Manager
Location: Remote, US and Canada only
Compensation Range: $135,000 to $170,000 base plus bonus and equity
What We Do:
Founded in 2015 as a fully remote company by former NSA cyber operators, Huntress was built on a simple premise: to force hackers to earn every inch of their access.
Today’s cyber-attacks aren’t limited to large organizations with the security tools that can ward off threats. Hackers don't discriminate and will find a way to penetrate any vulnerability in any size business, which is why Huntress focuses on protecting those small to midsize businesses that make up the backbone of our economy.
Huntress stops hidden threats that sneak past preventive security tools by utilizing our award winning security platform and expert human threat hunters through dynamic products including Managed EDR, MDR for Microsoft 365, and Managed Security Awareness Training.
Join the hunt and help us stop hackers in their tracks!
What You’ll Do:
The Huntress team is looking for a senior engineer who has experience writing software that interfaces with the Windows Operating System at a low level. This engineer will be responsible for developing applications that communicate from our customers’ Windows systems to our web portal to provide our threat operations team with critical threat-hunting information.
* Build features for a Windows application that interfaces with various low-level windows APIs on Windows to collect data and send it to our SaaS application
* Integrate our endpoint application with our backend SaaS web application’s REST APIs for managing state and providing information that is used for threat hunting, paying particular attention to low resource usage on Windows hosts
* Collaborate with QA and DevOps to use our end-to-end testing framework to test our agent and its interactions with our web portal
* The opportunity to work on cutting-edge technology
* Training in a field that is fast-growing and in demand
* A work environment with a high bar, low stress, and no politics. We are software engineers, not coders.
* We leverage our peers to help fill our gaps and come up with the right solutions.
* We succeed or fail together as a team and value making others successful. Your manager will work hard to create a successful path forward for you in your career
What You Bring To The Team:
* Cyber security experience or a willingness to learn
* Able to communicate highly technical concepts clearly and concisely
* 5+ years of programming in Go
* 5+ years of experience writing low-level software that interfaces tightly with the underlying operating system
* Experience with Windows internals, Win32API, WMI, Powershell, and drivers is a bonus.
* Experience writing software for distributed architecture
* Ability to coach or mentor junior engineers
What We Offer:
* 100% remote work environment - since our founding in 2015
* Generous paid time off policy including vacation, sick time, and paid holidays
* 12 weeks paid parental leave
* Highly competitive and comprehensive medical, dental, and vision benefits plans
* 401(k) with 5% contribution regardless of employee contribution
* Life and Disability insurance plans
* Stock options for all full-time employees
* One-time $500 stipend to build/upgrade home office
* Annual allowance for education and professional development assistance
* $75 USD/month digital reimbursement
* Access to both Udemy and BetterUp platforms for coaching, personal, and professional growth
Huntress is committed to creating a culture of inclusivity where every single member of our team is valued, has a voice, and is empowered to come to work every day just as they are.
We do not discriminate based on race, ethnicity, color, ancestry, national origin, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, veteran status, genetic information, marital status or any other legally protected status.
We do discriminate against hackers who try to exploit small businesses.
If you require reasonable accommodation in completing this application, interviewing, completing any pre-employment testing, or otherwise participating in the employee selection process, please direct your inquiries to email@example.com. Please note non-accommodation requests to this inbox will not receive a response.
If you have any questions about your personal data privacy at Huntress, please visit our privacy page.
Massdriver is an internal development platform that enables engineering teams to self-serve secure, production-ready infrastructure and services in their own cloud. We are looking for an engineer to lead our Golang team to build out core features and guide the future of our platform.
Platform engineering at Massdriver is different. We dogfood our product and the platform components you design are the components we expose to our customers to design their platform engineering environments. Your work is the product.
This role will own and design platform engineering components and their APIs including our provisioning engine, command-line tools, and our cloud query API. You will have the opportunity to work and contribute to a number of open source tools as well as design custom tooling.
Minimum of 3+ years of Golang development experience at startup / mid-sized companies
Effective communication skills, a positive attitude, and ability to give and receive constructive feedback through mentoring, pair programming sessions, and code reviews
Professional experience developing large, scalable backend applications
Strong understanding of system architecture and design; with consideration given to security, performance, and scalability
Owned the technical design of major features or projects and can articulate the reasoning behind trade-offs made in your designs
Experience with IaC tools like Terraform or Pulumi
Nice to have:
Experience with Kubernetes
Experience with open telemetry
Experience as an open-source maintainer
Developing in a high-security micro-services oriented environment
Event-driven systems development
Follow software development best practices to create maintainable and extensible software solutions
Open Source DevTools & CLI development
Work in an agile manner with transparency and fluid communication within the engineering team and across other teams in the company
Generous equity in an early-stage startup
Generous paid vacation with a required summer and spring break
100% covered health, medical, and dental insurance
401k w/ 4% matching
Flexibility. Massdriver is a remote-first company, and we want our employees to work the way that makes them the most productive.
Ownership. Our engineers have felt the pain of being prevented from trying new things by the overhead of DevOps. We empower our engineers to solve customer problems and add value.
Growth. As we build this core team of engineers, we are looking for the future leaders of our company that will help guide us as we scale.
About the interview
15-minute call w/ Cory (CEO)
30-minute discussion about the role and your experience w/ Dave (CTO)
1-hour coding session on an open source issue of your choosing. w/ Chris (COO)
Our coding interview is very different.
Our goal is for you to be the expert on the call and to see what it's like to work with you as the new employee:
Pick an issue on an open-source project in Golang that you think will take an hour or more.
Don't overthink picking the issue!
Feel free to familiarize yourself with the codebase, the issue history, the test suite - whatever you think you need to be the 'expert' during the interview. Don't share the issue with us.
At interview time, you are in the driver seat, you are the expert. Our goal is to see what it's like to work with you on our first day.
Please don't actually start work on the issue until the interview.
Massdriver is changing the way software engineers provision, secure, and observe cloud infrastructure.
We aim to provide all of the benefits of infrastructure-as-code including parity, reproducibility, and auditability in a simple to use diagramming platform. No more fighting with HCL or spending hours reading cloud-specific API documentation. Now you can manage your infrastructure the same way you design it, at the drawing board.
Are you ready for a new way of working? Automox is launching organizations into the future with cloud-native IT operations. By ditching clunky legacy tools and automating soul-crushing manual tasks, IT admins can get back to more exciting, strategic work. Behind our effortlessly modern platform is a group of builders, innovators, and entrepreneurial thinkers breaking the status quo–and having a lot of fun doing it. Our award winning culture, values, and community are shaped by real people doing really extraordinary work.
Ditch your daily commute, say goodbye to the typical nine-to-five, and embrace a new way of working at Automox.
You are a seasoned software developer who is dedicated to your craft; you write code that you are proud of and can hit the ground running. You write beautiful, fast code to a high standard, in a timely and scalable way that improves the code-base of our disruptive SaaS based endpoint management software in meaningful ways. You will be a part of a creative team that is responsible for all aspects of the ongoing software development from the initial specification, through to developing, testing and launching.
As a Software Engineer on the Agent team you will:
Research, design, develop, and own solutions that provide feature-rich experiences in our Agent application.
Lead by example by championing software development best practices, and writing well-designed code.
Extend, enhance, and maintain the Agent application.
Contribute to continual improvement by testing, performance tuning, refactoring, usability improvements, and automation.
Produce detailed specifications, and contribute in all phases of the engineering lifecycle.
Operate with a quality-first mindset. Your approach to testing sets you apart from your peers.
Make data-driven decisions. You understand the impact of your development before it reaches production.
Programming experience in Golang is required. That being said, the right candidate will leverage their extensive engineering background to be impactful in any language.
10+ years of experience designing, developing, testing, monitoring, and maintaining client-side applications.
Some familiarity with web installers, sequence diagramming, systems programming, DevOps, PowerShell, bash, zsh, etc.
Windows and/or Linux and/or macOS application development experience.
Experience working as a Software Engineer within an Agent Team or on the Agent is a plus.
Excellent communicator, thrives within a tightly knit, cross-functional team environment.
$155,000 - $190,000 a year
Base pay is part of a rich total compensation package that includes bonus, equity and benefits. Actual earnings may be less or more depending on a candidate's direct experience, skills, industry knowledge, and location.
Automox is the cloud-native IT operations platform for modern organizations. Our award-winning answer to modern IT operations and best-in-class results earned Automox four straight quarters of record growth. We are now trusted by more than 2,500 leading companies and MSPs worldwide, including NASA, Yale, Xerox, Allbirds, and Unicef. It makes it easy to keep every endpoint automatically configured, patched, and secured – anywhere in the world. The future of IT Operations is cloud-native – and right now. Will you join us?
TOTAL REWARDS: Thrive with Us
Beyond the Status Quo
🇺🇸 Work from almost anywhere in the USA***
📈Equity for Full-Time Employees
🏦 401K Match
🏝Flexible PTO, generous sick time policy
👋🏽$20 a month to connect virtually with colleagues
⏱Active Giving committee and employee-led communities
Health & Wellness
🩺 Comprehensive Health Plans with generous employer contributions
🩺100% Company-paid Short Term/Long Term Disability and Life Insurance
🩺 Company HSA Contribution: $100-$150-$200 per month based on tier
🩺 Gender Affirmation Coverage on Cigna Medical Plan (including surgery)
Happiness & Well-Being
🎁 $50 per month Lifestyle Spending Account
💻 Internet Reimbursement - $50/month
🗄 $750 Home office stipend
👨👧👦 $10k Adoption Benefit
🤰🏽Comprehensive Family Planning Covered on Cigna Medical Plan
👶🏽 Up to 12 weeks of paid leave for new parents
We are a fully distributed company and have remote workers throughout the United States.
We are currently not able to hire in California, Seattle area, or New York metro
We are committed to an inclusive and diverse company. Automox is an equal opportunity employer. We do not discriminate based on race, color, ethnicity, ancestry, national origin, religion, sex, gender, gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation, age, disability, veteran status, genetic information, marital status, or any legally protected status.
We are not able to sponsor work visas for this position at this time.
We're Proof, a startup in the legal tech industry. We’ve built a best-in-class legal services platform that is used by thousands of law firms, and growing over 10% month-over-month. We’re looking for talented individuals to join our team as we continue to scale and grow as a company.
Proof is 100% remote, work from anywhere within the United States!
What you’ll do:
Play an integral role in the development of the Proof platform, working with a small but powerful team of engineers. You will not be a cog in a machine, and the work you do will directly impact the lives of tens of thousands of law firms, lawyers, paralegals, and individuals throughout the US, and eventually the world.
Conduct design and code reviews to ensure scalability, performance and alignment with standards and best practices
Work in an agile programming environment
Help the team define and maintain development practices
Build out new features & service offerings
Refactor existing systems as we move towards a service-oriented architecture
What we’ll expect you to know on day one:
5+ years experience writing production-grade code in a modern programming language
Extensive experience with at least one backend programming language. (e.g. Go, PHP, Ruby, Node.js, Java). Specific experience with Go is a plus.
Ability and willingness to learn and adapt to new languages and technologies
Experience with or desire to work with service-oriented architecture
Extensive experience with at least one modern frontend framework (e.g. React, Vue, Angular)
You're a self-starter, take initiative, self-manage and require little day-to-day direction to be successful
Proven understanding of REST APIs
Knowledge to evaluate trade-offs between correctness, robustness, performance, space and time
Experience in taking ownership of features, while working with a team on short and long-running projects
Senior Golang Engineer Summon Remote (Americas timezones only) $110,000 to $160,000 a year
1 Applicants This Week
More Than 6 Months Old
We're building a unified developer experience to help software teams move faster and stay focused on achieving their goals. Over the past decades, software development has grown in importance inside organizations and with it there has been a Cambrian explosion of tooling. While each tool is great at what it does, they live in their own silos and weren’t built to work together. These silos lead to disconnected workflows, context switching, and difficulty finding information. Our vision is to build a better way to get work done. Summon brings together your tools and data into one blazingly fast, native experience. We’re just getting started and our ambition is bold: build the best platform for software teams to get their work done.
We love what we do and are motivated by working on a product we love using ourselves. You would have an immediate impact as a builder to influence engineering and the direction of the product. You join as a founding engineer and have full ownership working closely with our founders and a team of super talented developers.
Who we’re looking for
We are looking for a full-time backend engineer. Our ideal candidate has 5+ years of experience building event driven microservices or service oriented architectures and has built most facets, if not all, in a "twelve-factor" app. Preference is for real experience (2+ years) in our primary language of Golang, but other languages are considered when able to quickly pick up new technologies. Additional experience in integrating with 3rd party systems, event-driven architecture, databases, and cloud services (AWS, GCP, etc) are important.
You will directly influence how and what to build, and must be comfortable collaborating on the architecture, code, product, etc as we have a strong culture of devops as well as being technically curious, thoughtful and purposeful in what we build. We value deploying frequently with well-written, maintainable, instrumented and tested code to a kubernetes cluster.
Develop new products and features in a small team
Collaboration with the team to solve technical problems and help shape the product direction
Provide technical input and knowledge to the planning, design, and requirements process for new products and features
Review other software engineers' code for correctness, style, and completeness
Support your team's production software by responding to an occasional alert or bug report
Write integration tests and work with our product team to ensure the operation and correctness of new features
5+ years of backend engineering in a distributed systems
2+ years in Golang or 5+ using several languages you were able to quickly pick up
Strong knowledge of a variety of database systems (Graph, relational etc.)
Experience working with 3rd party APIs and OAuth
Comfortable with strong dev ops culture
Strong communication skills in English and experience working as part of a remote team
Need to be located in timezones UTC-4 through UTC-8 (The Americas)
Excited to travel internationally for company retreats (twice a year)
Favorite Ted Lasso quote
Why join us?
We love what we do: designing and building great products. But our work isn't the only thing that defines us. We're not trying to create some semi-cult to get people to work here. We simply enjoy working together and building useful and beautiful software for our customers. We’re a venture-backed startup and are looking for someone who is excited about the early stages of building a product and having a tangible impact on the company’s success.
You would join a group of repeat founders. We have founded startups backed by top Silicon Valley VCs. While getting huge amounts of venture capital has its advantages, it also puts a company on a very narrow success path. We want to do it a little differently this time. Where raising money and growth is balanced with the goal of being default-alive and capital-efficient. Which gives us optionality and lets us build the company we want to build over the long run.