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  • Aurora Solar

    We are looking for a mid to senior level JavaScript/frontend engineer who will help take our cloud-based solar design software, which is used by thousands of solar companies worldwide, to the next level of functionality and interactivity. We are a fast-growing, VC-backed startup and every engineer contributes to key feature rollouts and bringing cutting-edge technology to the solar industry. If you are interested in solving challenging problems that truly matter, we would love to hear from you!

    About the Job

    • Build new functionality for our industry-leading solar design platform

    • Spearhead the development of new greenfield products

    • Write high quality, well tested code

    • Highly competitive salary


    • 4+ years of experience building maintainable, clean, and well-tested user-facing code

    • Love writing Javascript or TypeScript (React, Redux, Styled Components experience a plus)

    • Great engineering skills and strong CS fundamentals.

    • Excellent collaborative and communication skills.

    • A thoughtful balance between loving to ship code fast and keeping up best practices for our repos

    • Fluent in written and spoken English

    • At least 50% overlap with Pacific Coast working hours

    How To Apply

    Please email an updated resume and answers to the following questions to [email protected]. Submissions without a resume or answers to the questions will be ignored.

    • What was your favorite project you’ve worked on and what did you like about it? Can you provide links?
    • What are some of your opinions on JavaScript testing? If you were brought in as a consultant for a company that had no tests, how would you sell them on JavaScript testing and what is some advice you’d offer the engineers writing the tests?
    • If you were designing your own JavaScript framework like Angular, Ember, or React: What are 3 features you would make sure to include and why?
    • If you could add one feature or a set of features to an upcoming JavaScript specification, what would it be and why? 
    • What are two of the biggest problems you've seen in frontend teams or codebases from your experience in the past? How would you address them?