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๐Ÿ’ฐ $70k - $120k*

front end

 

senior

 

engineer

This job post is closed and the position is probably filled. Please do not apply. ๐Ÿค– Closed by robot after apply link errored w/ code 404 2 months ago
\nJoining as only the second full-time engineer after Alex Nunes, CTO and co-founder, you will play a critical role in taking over ownership of our front-end code bases (Chrome extension and website), engineering practices and technology mix. You will be expected to play a significant part in shaping overall engineering culture and hiring other great engineers. The current front-end stack is built with React.js & ES6 with a fairly usual suspect modern toolchain of Webpack, Jest, CircleCI, CloudFront, Sentry, Segment and Datadog, \n\nThe back-end is built with Python, Flask, Redis, Dynamo, EC2, EFS, S3 and sprinklings of GCP. A desire to contribute to back-end API implementation is welcomed if full stack feature ownership is strongly desired as a preferred way of working, but is very far from an essential requirement. \n\nAbout you\n\nYou want your next role to have a real and direct impact on improving the lives of our teacher and student users, who - like all of us - are trying to navigate the new pandemic reality. \n\nYou are now a committed remotie (and maybe that happened during the pandemic). Remote work is not for everyone. Stop reading if you severely miss the camaraderie but also the distractions and presenteeism of working in an office. \n\nOver the past few roles, the feedback you have been accruing from colleagues and managers is that of a stellar contributor and collaborator. Not only do you consistently turn in great work at a startup pace, but you are a supportive and constructive team player who makes everyone better and happier around you. \n\nYou not only turn out great code but have a passion for usable, beautiful, delightful UX. You are mildly obsessive about tight CSS, pixel-perfect design, stutters and frame rates. We don’t currently employ full time UX so you will be expected to embrace, extend and probably ultimately replace our web design language. You already have a personal portfolio website where you showcase your UX/UI mastery.\n\nYou gravitate to high levels of ownership. We’re a tiny team, there is little room to cherry pick more interesting work from yak shaving. You like to immerse yourself in a codebase, becoming familiar over time with its many corners, banking many small wins, zooming out occasionally to question and explore priorities, while regularly tending to the weeds of technical debt that need refactoring to keep the codebase clean and productive.\n\nYou are intellectually curious about the world, the business you work in and your craftsmanship. We don’t pretend to have all or even most  of the answers around how  to make our product more delightful and useful to users, we’ve just had a good and lucky start. You will not only challenge us to come up with better solutions to satisfy user needs but keep pushing us to use smarter tools, technologies and processes to efficiently achieve that goal.\n\nYou are comfortable with ambiguity and risk. We are at the relative beginning of our startup journey, we have some early conviction and confidence on a few questions, but there is much detail and optimisation to be worked out as we go along. You will be expected to make reasonable guesses on many questions, rather than relying on others around you to fill in all the gaps. We will all be wrong often, but as long as our hypotheses and assumptions are explicit and testable, we can learn as we go along.\n\nYou are opinionated but not dogmatic, your opinions can be changed with new data, experiments or respectful debate. Feedback is the core of our business, so you should be willing and able to give and receive constructive and actionable feedback\n\nYou can hit the ground running here and now. You have in-depth, hands-on knowledge of React.js, ES6, JavaScript, CSS, Webpack, with strong web networking and browser performance fundamentals. Knowledge of other, maybe shinier - things is nice too (eg TypeScript, Vue.js, Elm, WASM) but only useful if you’re able to  persuade yourself, and the team, that they justify their switching or introduction costs. Knowledge of Chrome extension development is desirable but not essential (the relative learning curve is not that great). \n\n#Salary and compensation\n No salary data published by company so we estimated salary based on previous jobs related to Front End, Senior and Engineer jobs that are similar:\n\n $70,000 — $120,000/year\n


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