Outside Inc is hiring a
Remote Lead Front End Engineer
The Impact Engineering team is changing the way our award winning publications are delivered to Impact more Active Moments. From planning a hike, learning a new Yoga pose or registering for their first marathon - we are building ways to Impact each user’s journey. We build by understanding the world of active choices better than anyone else.\n\n\nJoin us and you can Impact each and every one of our millions of users.\n\nWe are looking for an experienced Lead Engineer to grow our team of active lifestyle participants who share a common interest in distributed systems, their scalability and continued development. You will build systems that deliver our content, create modular solutions, and continuously improve our engineering practices. As a lead, you will provide technical direction and mentorship on engineering best practices, troubleshooting and decision making. Above all, your work will Impact the way the world finds their next activity.\n\nYou are Energized by:\n\nCreating novel solutions, without reinventing the wheel\n\nCollaborating with Product and Design on an autonomous, cross-functional team\n\nPrioritizing how your team can have the biggest Impact, alongside adjacent projects\n\nSharing how you’ve learned from what didn’t work\n\nCreating new standards that help align teams\n\nTaking operational responsibility for services owned by your team\n\nMentoring through code reviews, pairing and hackdays\n\nOrganizing around work, not people (spending less time in meetings)\n\nJoining a greenfield, yet rapidly scaling project\n\nWe are Excited to build together because You:\n\nHave a T-shaped proficiency in React, SSR, "Micro-Frontends" and/or High Performant Headless CMS Sites\n\nUnderstand how to lead a team through uncertainty and use it as an opportunity to innovate\n\nEnjoy organizing energizers to maximize impact - for users and team members\n\nDemonstrate an ability to introduce new technologies, toolkits and frameworks\n\nCare about user outcomes\n\nValue team success over personal success\n\nCreate solutions according to best practices\n\nCommunicate your ideas, while fostering respect on a team for others’ ideas\n\nEmbrace the mission of one or many of our brands:\n\nOutside | Outside TV | Gaia GPS | Peloton | athleteReg | Yoga Journal | SKI | Backpacker | VeloNews | Climbing | Women’s Running | Triathlete | Better Nutrition | Bicycle Retailer | Clean Eating | Fly Fishing Film Tour | IDEA Health & Fitness Association | Muscle & Performance | NASTAR | National Park Trips | NatuRx | Oxygen | PodiumRunner | Roll Massif | Outside Business Journal | Vegetarian Times | VeloPress | VeloSwap | Warren Miller Entertainment | GymClimber | RockandIce | TrailRunner | FinisherPix | Paleo Magazine | Beta\n\nEntirely remote jobs that could be performed in Colorado: Employees can expect to be paid a salary between $130,000 and $150,000. Additional compensation may include a bonus or commission. Additional benefits include health care, vision, dental, retirement, Flexible Time Away, sick leave, and more. This salary range is merely an estimate and may vary based on an applicant’s location, market data/ranges, an applicant’s skills and prior relevant experience, certain degrees and certifications, and other relevant factors. \n\Please mention the words **UPDATE DRINK BROKEN** when applying to show you read the job post completely. RNDQuMjEwLjIxLjcw. This is a beta feature to avoid spam applicants. Companies can search these words to find applicants that read this and see they're human.\n\n \n\n#Salary and compensation\n
$130,000 — $150,000/year\n
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