Back End or Full Stack Developer at CarDash (Menlo Park, CA)
You are an experienced frontend engineer capable of managing your own time and pushing out a lot of code. You do not require hand-holding or much supervision and you are able to meet the tight deadlines of a startup environment. You feel most comfortable when working alongside other high performing developers so you can learn from them and they can learn from you. You get bored quickly if you don’t feel like you are growing.
You work best when you are given a mission with clear objectives and the freedom to achieve them. You consider yourself an A player (even if you don’t say it). It bothers you when people are not held accountable.
You take pride in your professionalism and your achievements but you don’t take yourself too seriously. You are constantly reading and learning, always tinkering with the latest tools, but ultimately making independent decisions based on whatever gets the best results. You don’t follow the herd.
We believe in hard work and high achievement. We don’t promise an easy job but we do promise you will be joining a high performing team that cares about results, generating real value, and each other. We are looking for people who are serious about their profession and want to always perform at the top of their game. We hold each other and ourselves accountable. We value excellence, personal growth and development, and putting out an amazing product.
- System architecture
- Relational databases and SQL
Nice to have:
- Experience managing small teams of engineers
- Knowledge of statistics / ML
- 4+ years of experience developing and launching products into a production environment
- 4+ years of experience with relational databases and SQL
- Expertise with AWS
- Experience with and knowledge of the full web stack
- B.S. degree in Computer Science or equivalent practical experience
- Excellent communication skills to collaborate with a service-oriented team
- Experience building and scaling consumer products
- Prior/recent startup experience