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We make software implementation simple.
Our platform increases sales conversions, accelerates time-to-value, and reduces churn for our vendor partners and offers high-paying, remote, flexible and dependable work to experts.
We're looking for a talented engineer with experience building high performance and scalable applications and services to drive our websites, developer tools, and services. We're still in the process of identifying our technology strategy, so we're looking for engineers that are passionate about evolving technologies, communicate with stakeholders and team members, and lead the charge to build performant code.
Simpl was founded in 2019 and has recently raised a round of financing from world renowned Silicon Valley VC's. We're looking to work with folks who are truly passionate about building best in class software that will educate and employee thousands of people across the world.
What you'll be doing
- Collaborate with our Founding Engineer to design, build, and manage features and services
- Writing a SOLID codebase with TypeScript, Node, and React
- Designing build systems and tooling requirements for our services, developers, and vendor partners
What we're looking for
- At least 4 years of development experience managing the entire lifecycle for features or applications
- Great communication skills and a self-starter attitude with an ability to make decisions independently
- In-depth experience integrating software with companies like Stripe, Plaid, Twilio, Segment, and other API vendors
- Experience with design patterns for scalable codebases: SOLID principles, Domain Driven Design, etc.
- Mastery of NoSQL and SQL databases and GraphQL
- Experience pushing versioned packages to NPM and version control
- Understanding of performance testing and debugging in a browser based environment
- Experience with state management frameworks like React's context API, Redux, or MobX
- Familiarity with real-time data and observables