This month - Remote Heroku jobs
  • Nadine West

    This is a great opportunity to get in early and develop new technology for a rapidly growing, profitable, Austin-based, e-commerce company with tons of growth ahead. 

    You will build and lead a world-class, remote, senior engineering team. The Nadine West Engineering Team is tasked with building a bespoke and fully-integrated platform that includes: 1) a machine-learning recommendations engine, 2) a CRM, 3) an order management system, 4) a warehouse management system, and 5) a reporting engine. 

    You will be responsible for hiring, managing, and leading the team. You will work with our Principal Engineer, who is responsible for the software architecture. The two of you will work closely, under the direction of the interim CTO. We're a small, highly productive team, so you will be expected to write software (50%) and manage people/projects (50%.)

    This position is an ideal stepping stone for a senior software engineer to develop into a future Director of Engineering, VP Engineering, or CTO. 

    Requirements

    • You have built, launched, extended, and maintained a business-critical Rails app long enough to learn from your decisions, and love sharing those stories.
    • You are comfortable directing and mentoring other engineers with humility.
    • You’re at home owning the entire product development cycle (design, dev, testing, release, monitoring).
    • You’ve managed CI/CD pipelines and love auto-deploying to production after your well-honed tests pass.
    • You cherish focused low-interruption deep work like we do.
    • You live in the United States - for regular monthly visits to Austin TX.

    Benefits

    We pay competitive market salaries, of course, but, even better, we offer the unbeatable perk of working remotely (United States only.)  This is a remote position, however, there will be regular trips to our headquarters in sunny Austin TX. 

    More important than the remote work perk, your team will be tasked with the challenge of inventing new technology that our customers and our company will use and really depend on.

  • Profinda
    Required: UK only.

    Full-stack Engineer - Ruby/JS/React.js

    ProFinda

    Headquarters: London, UK

    https://profinda.com

    ProFinda is a remote-first software company based in London, UK. We help big enterprises discover the knowledge of their employees and match them to relevant projects, positions and other activities taking place within the organisation.

    The role is an ongoing contract, 5 days per week remote role with 25 days of holiday per year + UK bank holidays.

    We expect at least 50% of your working day to overlap with the UK 9-5 hours, including joining the daily standup every day at 9am GMT/BST in order to support collaboration and pairing within the team but we are respectful of possible time differences in case of remote work and lifestyle-related activities and offer flexible working hours outside the core time spent interacting with the rest of the team.

    We are very proud of our team and our team culture. There’s no room for egos on our team, instead we try to provide everything that you need to excel at your role. We do our best to keep interruptions and meetings to a minimum.

    As part of your role you will be able to solve complex problems with the best tools you can find. We expect you to be an experienced programmer, with a computer science background or proof that you are a self-educated hacker, well grounded in the core principles of software development and programming languages. Initially the role will be more focused on frontend work so we expect a solid background and interest in React.js, webpack, Babel.js and the usuals (Native JS, HTML5, CSS3).

    You are proactive with exceptional knowledge of product and team building. When you think a better approach could be taken, you share that knowledge and your reasoning with the rest of the team. You are a problem solver, you are gathering the relevant information to make an informed choice whenever you encounter a problem and then move ahead with the optimal decision.

    You’ll be comfortable with providing technical direction on projects, pair programming, or assisting other developers, epic coding sessions, getting stuff done to deadlines, inventing new things, and loving what you do.

    Skills & Requirements

    • Native Javascript, React.js, HMTL5, CSS3 (Backbone.js is a plus)

    • Ruby, Ruby on Rails, RSpec and/or TestUnit

    • Docker, Amazon AWS, EC2, S3, (CloudFormation and Heroku are a bonus)

    • PostgreSQL, ElasticSearch

    • Jira, Agile Development, Continuous Integration

    • Knowledge of machine learning, data science and big data are also a bonus

    • Reliable high-speed internet for daily standup via Google Hangouts

    • Excellent knowledge of English (spoken and written)

    Other responsibilities

    • Work in an agile team, taking part in daily standups and weekly retrospectives (Via Google Hangouts)

    • Understand the structure of existing applications and how to work with them

    • Interact daily with members of your team and other teams within the broader Engineering team (API, UI, Intelligence, QA, Product)

    • Review commits of other team members

    We value intelligence, creativity and friendliness so you will be working with a friendly innovative bunch who are not afraid of trying new things and doing things differently.

Older - Remote Heroku jobs
  • Purepoint
    PROBABLY NO LONGER AVAILABLE.£54,000.00 - £65,000.00.

    Location: Remote Type: Contract Length: 6 month contract (option to extend)
    Start: Immediate
    Compensation: £4,500 - £5,400 ($5,900 - $7,100) per month, experience based

    We are looking for an experienced Ruby Developer with a strong expertise in UI / frontend development to join our existing team. A good knowledge of modern CSS / HTML / Frontend tooling will be required and your focus will be on implementing visual elements within our application, along side the current UI lead.

    You'll be joining a team of 12 engineers supporting a rapidly expanding, international e-commerce store. This is a contract role, 6 months in duration (with an option to extend), and you must have a good overlap with UK 9-5 working hours.

    Good knowledge of Ruby is required. Real world experience building and maintaining Ruby on Rails apps is a must - from UI to APIs. This project will involve being part of a team working on an application used by tens of thousands of customers every day.

    Our tech stack is Ruby, Rails, JavaScript (Vue), PostgreSQL, Heroku. We prefer engineers who are language agnostic and embrace testing new approaches to solve problems.

    You can learn more about Purepoint and how we work from our blueprint: https://purepoint.io/resources/blueprint/

    Skills & Qualifications

    • ​MUST: Be in able to overlap with UK working hours (-/+2 BST)
    • MUST HAVE: Excellent written and spoken English
    • MUST HAVE: Modern Javascript skills, having worked with modern JS frameworks
    • MUST HAVE: A strong understanding of HTML5, CSS3
    • MUST HAVE: 2+ years Ruby experience
    • SHOULD HAVE: Experience working with Bootstrap
    • SHOULD HAVE: Experience required working with APIs
    • SHOULD HAVE: Experience working in an agile software team environment
    • SHOULD BE: Competent using Git
    • SHOULD HAVE: Experience working with project management tools such as Jira and Trello

    Responsibilities

    This role is perfect for a candidate that not only enjoys development, but also wants to have input on the best approach and implementation method. On a typical day you will:

    • Work in an agile team, taking part in standups, and retrospectives (Via video conferencing)
    • Assist in decision making about application evolution
    • Use your knowledge of Ruby on Rails to build robust applications
    • Review commits made by other team members
  • Purepoint
    PROBABLY NO LONGER AVAILABLE.£54,000.00 - £65,000.00.

    Location: Remote Type: Contract Length: 6 month contract (option to extend)
    Start: Immediate
    Compensation: £4,500 - £5,400 ($5,900 - $7,100) per month, experience based

    We are looking for an experienced Ruby Developer with a strong expertise in UI / frontend development to join our existing team. A good knowledge of modern CSS / HTML / Frontend tooling will be required and your focus will be on implementing visual elements within our application, along side the current UI lead.

    You'll be joining a team of 12 engineers supporting a rapidly expanding, international e-commerce store. This is a contract role, 6 months in duration (with an option to extend), and you must have a good overlap with UK 9-5 working hours.

    Good knowledge of Ruby is required. Real world experience building and maintaining Ruby on Rails apps is a must - from UI to APIs. This project will involve being part of a team working on an application used by tens of thousands of customers every day.

    Our tech stack is Ruby, Rails, JavaScript (Vue), PostgreSQL, Heroku. We prefer engineers who are language agnostic and embrace testing new approaches to solve problems.

    You can learn more about Purepoint and how we work from our blueprint: https://purepoint.io/resources/blueprint/

    Skills & Qualifications

    • ​MUST: Be in able to overlap with UK working hours (-/+2 BST)
    • MUST HAVE: Excellent written and spoken English
    • MUST HAVE: Modern Javascript skills, having worked with modern JS frameworks
    • MUST HAVE: A strong understanding of HTML5, CSS3
    • MUST HAVE: 2+ years Ruby experience
    • SHOULD HAVE: Experience working with Bootstrap
    • SHOULD HAVE: Experience required working with APIs
    • SHOULD HAVE: Experience working in an agile software team environment
    • SHOULD BE: Competent using Git
    • SHOULD HAVE: Experience working with project management tools such as Jira and Trello

    Responsibilities

    This role is perfect for a candidate that not only enjoys development, but also wants to have input on the best approach and implementation method. On a typical day you will:

    • Work in an agile team, taking part in standups, and retrospectives (Via video conferencing)
    • Assist in decision making about application evolution
    • Use your knowledge of Ruby on Rails to build robust applications
    • Review commits made by other team members
  • Tuft & Needle
    PROBABLY NO LONGER AVAILABLE.

    We’re looking for someone to join our engineering team as a front-end developer for tuftandneedle.com as well as our internal CRM and administration systems. You’ll collaborate with the rest of the engineering team on developing new features to our public site as well as our internal applications and assisting with marketing efforts to rapidly test and implement changes to the existing public content. Our ideal candidate will be fluent in HTML and CSS and have experience with preprocessors like Pug, SASS, LESS, HAML, or Stylus. Being a well-rounded JavaScript developer is more important than knowing the latest MV* framework or knowing what bleeding-edge tools are being developed.

    RESPONSIBILITIES:

    • Develop for tuftandneedle.com as well as our internal CRM and administration systems
    • Collaborate with the engineering team on developing new features to our public site as well as our internal applications
    • Assist with marketing efforts to rapidly test and implement changes to the existing public content

    EXPERIENCE:

    • Fluent in HTML and CSS and have experience with preprocessors like HAML, SASS, LESS, Pug, or Stylus
    • Broad knowledge of JavaScript
    • Fluent in React and Redux or another mature front-end framework
    • Experience in designing REST APIs
    • Experience in the full life cycle of a project (wireframing, storycarding, feature development, refactoring, and ongoing maintenance)

    PREFERRED:

    • Management of all areas of a modern web stack, including CI configuration, PAAS management (Now, Netlify, Heroku, etc.), Cloudflare, and related Amazon services
    • Experience with performance monitoring and optimization
    • Ability to identify accessibility limitations and develop enhancements to support site accessibility
    • Knowledge of multivariant testing systems and analytics tracking
  • Tuft & Needle
    PROBABLY NO LONGER AVAILABLE.$85,000.00 - $105,000.00.

    At T&N, the Senior Quality Assurance Engineer will ensure that all external and internal requirements are met before digital products reach both our internal and external customers. You will be responsible for inspecting procedures and outputs and identifying any errors in our tech. The ideal candidate for this role has impeccable attention to detail and solid experience in software quality assurance.  This is a hands-on QA position where your time will be spent both on hands-on QA tasks as well as overall coordination of QA activities in the team. You will be part of an Agile team and will be responsible for activities to ensure high-quality product delivery.

    RESPONSIBILITIES:

    • Create and improve upon Tuft & Needle’s QA process
    • Develop and implement processes and workflows for QA
    • Estimate, prioritize, plan and coordinate testing activities
    • Identify, record, document thoroughly and track bugs
    • Develop test strategy, create test cases, create automation scripts
    • Verify results and produce test summaries and defect reports
    • Assist in the development of automated testing framework
    • Develop and guide other QA Specialists in the team
    • Work cross-functionally to get your questions answered; set expectations; and schedule milestones
    • Cross browser testing in support of all modern browsers
    • Stay up-to-date with new testing tools and test strategies

    PREFERRED EXPERIENCE:

    • 4+ years of technical discipline or relevant experience on live industry projects
    • Experience in all stages of application testing including UI, backend, functional, regression
    • Firm grasp of web technologies(Javascript, HTML5, CSS) 
    • Experience writing Cypress.io tests 
    • Good experience with current software languages, application code design, and writing in Ruby & Java Script
    • Experience working in Agile/Scrum development environments

    Ideal candidates can work from anywhere in the US

  • Tuft & Needle
    PROBABLY NO LONGER AVAILABLE.$125,000.00 - $150,000.00.

    Our software engineering team is growing, and we are looking for a Software Engineering Manager with progressive technical experience. In this role, you will be responsible for building and delivering and exceptional technical experience for Tuft & Needle customers. You will be working with very talented, skilled and passionate developers, testers and product owners that create the experience that our customers know us for.

    We are looking for a technologist with a demonstrated progression from sharp coding skills, architectural leadership, and a passion for managing high performing engineers. Our stack consists primarily of Ruby, Rails, Postgres, React.js, HAML and SCSS and is deployed to Heroku and S3. We use CircleCI for continuous integration and believe strongly in continuous deployment. Refactor without fear and ship daily! We also believe in leveraging quality API’s and tools.

    RESPONSIBILITIES:

    • Work with cross-functional stakeholders and partners in customer experience, marketing, supply chain, and finance, to achieve business goals
    • Provide leadership and guidance to coach and motivate team to achieve optimum performance
    • Drive technical projects in an innovative and fast-paced environment
    • Be responsible for the overall planning, execution, and success of complex technical projects
    • Serve as a champion of sound decision-making at all levels of the company
    • Participate in the recruiting and hiring of highly-skilled software engineers; providing mentorship, and career development to the team

    PREFERRED EXPERIENCE:

    • 2+ years management experience; building and leading software engineering teams
    • 6+ years of programming experience in Ruby(preferred), Python, or similar dynamic programming languages
    • Ability to scale, build and develop a team of experienced professionals, providing career development and coaching
    • Ability to execute with little oversight and be able to adapt to problems quickly
    • Strategic mindset - you're comfortable thinking a few steps ahead of where the team is at now
    • Solid track record of developing, driving and delivering software products
    • Experience building and maintaining EDI integrations a plus
    • Experience with MS Dynamics NAV or similar ERP a plus

    Ideal candidates can work from anywhere in the US

  • Tuft & Needle
    PROBABLY NO LONGER AVAILABLE.$90,000.00 - $120,000.00.

    OVERVIEW: We’re looking for a full-stack Ruby/Rails developer to join our growing engineering team in Phoenix. You'll get to work on tuftandneedle.com as well as our internal customer experience and administration systems while collaborating with the rest of the engineering team on strategic decisions.

    OUR TECHNICAL ENVIRONMENT: Our stack consists primarily of Ruby, Rails, Postgres, React.js, CoffeeScript, HAML and SCSS and is deployed to Heroku and S3. We use CircleCI for continuous integration and believe strongly in continuous deployment. Refactor without fear and ship daily! We also believe in leveraging quality APIs and tools.

    RESPONSIBILITIES:

    • End-to-end ownership: Each project gets an Engineering owner that is responsible for the success of the project.
    • Launch early and iterate: Done is better than perfect. Although we maintain a minimum standard of quality, we believe in getting value out of features and enhancements as soon as possible, while rapidly iterating.
    • Do things that don’t scale: We believe that our software should automate existing manual processes to save time, rather than preempt potential needs to avoid building unnecessary software. Our litmus test for deciding on new features is “Has the team done this manually first?”. Of course, we’re pragmatic even about this value.
    • Pragmatism: In a growing startup, our philosophy is that it’s important to be pragmatic. We are rarely dogmatic and use Judo moves to efficiently solve problems.

    PREFERRED EXPERIENCE:

    • 5+ years of experience working in a tech environment similar to what's described above
    • Empathy
    • Pragmatism
    • Curiosity
    • A love for learning
    • The ability to see projects through to completion

    Ideal candidates can work from anywhere in the US

  • Salesforce
    PROBABLY NO LONGER AVAILABLE.Required: US only.

    Site Reliability Engineer, Heroku
    Location: US Remote
    *We are a highly distributed team looking for candidates comfortable working remotely.
    About Heroku SRE
    Heroku, a subsidiary of Salesforce, operates the world’s largest Platform As A Service (PaaS), continuously delivering millions of apps with a high volume of deploys per day. Heroku's vision is for developers to focus on their applications and leave operations to us.
    We are writing our team charter and we're looking for engineers who are interested in joining that effort. This is not an established team - you will be among the first people to implement this job role at Heroku. Because the team isn't established, we'll be looking to you to help define how the team should get work done and how it will communicate with other teams in the engineering org, so it will help if you're interested in the human communication problems of engineering.
    What's this job like?
    This job is open to people anywhere in North America (the United States and Canada). You can work at a Salesforce office or work from home. Because the team is just getting started, here's what we can say so far:
    Currently, we're helping development teams to develop Service Level Objectives (SLOs) for parts of the platform where they don't currently exist and defining minimum standards for service health metrics
    Next, we will define the SRE Entrance process that development teams follow in order to hand off the operation of a production service to the SRE team
    The team will be on call for multiple production services, once they have gone through the SRE Entrance process. This includes:

    Responding to pages generated by automated monitoring and alerting
    Responding to pages created manually by other engineers and support personnel
    Joining an incident response team as a Subject Matter Expert and working with other SMEs and an Incident Commander to resolve the issue (we'll train you for this)

    When the team is more established, our goal is a 50% focus on engineering activities. Likely projects include:
    Automated data and service management tooling
    Instrumenting for observability for troubleshooting
    Hardening for resilience in the face of operational events and customer behavior

    Who are you?
    We’re looking for people who are interested in complex distributed systems- how they work, how they can work better, how we even know if they’re working at all. We need someone who's spent time working as a developer (writing code with a team to fix operational issues or build features), but who has also spent time on operational concerns (investigating production incidents, creating or updating monitoring and alerting plans for production systems, or investigating performance issues, for instance).
    You don't need to have “SRE” in your job title in order to have appropriate skills for this position. You might come from a DevOps environment or have been one of a handful of engineers in a shop so small that everyone does a little of everything. The important thing is that you have experience in both writing code and maintaining systems, and that you're willing to do both of those things in the future. If you're stronger in one area than the other, that's okay.
    Be sure to read or skim the Site Reliability Engineering book, which we are modeling our team structure around.
    Requirements
    Experience with complex distributed systems and familiarity with how the internet and web applications work. You don’t have to have built a datacenter or run a large cloud service at a major provider, but you do need to have used cloud services. Running LAN infrastructure or doing client-side system administration is not enough for this role.
    Willing to join an on-call rotation that you would participate in defining.
    Willing to work on a distributed (currently all-remote) team spanning multiple time zones. None of us currently lives in the same place or works out of the San Francisco headquarters; all of us are experienced remote workers.
    Comfortable reading and writing code with a team in at least one of Ruby, Go, Python, or Erlang. It's fine if you know more than one of those languages and/or other languages, but they are the four most important languages at Heroku. We need people who are comfortable with them, and open to switching between them.
    How do I know if I should apply?
    If you have experience with any of the following topics, you should apply!
    Containers and container management technologies such as lxc, Docker and Kubernetes
    Experience with AWS services like EC2, ELB, DynamoDB, S3 (or their Azure or GCP equivalents- OpenStack experience is fine too)
    Databases and big data stores, especially Postgres or Kafka
    REST APIs
    Load balancing technologies, including L4 or L7 routing and CDNs
    Monitoring, instrumentation, or observability
    Standard parts of a web app's stack, such as TCP/IP, DNS, HTTP, etc.
    Cloud computing patterns (and how they're different than using hardware)
    Infrastructure as code (Terraform, Chef, Puppet, Ansible, CloudFormation, etc)

  • Salesforce
    PROBABLY NO LONGER AVAILABLE.

    Runtime Sr., Lead, or Principal Level Platform Engineer, Heroku
    Heroku operates the world’s largest PaaS cloud, continuously delivering millions of apps with 6+ million container deployments, 16+ billion routing requests, and 10+ terabytes of application logs per day. Our vision is for developers to focus on their applications and leave operations to us.
    We work in small groups who are heartfelt about our users’ problems. We plan weekly, chat daily and work closely together. Our team is a remote community with members excited to work together on challenging distributed systems problems. Equality is a core value for Salesforce; it's at the heart of everything we do and strive to be. That means Equal Opportunity, Equal Advancement and Equal Pay for all. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status.
    We hope you are passionate about joining our community of engineers who love to learn, work, and operate a gigantic distributed system, build and sustain a remote culture and help grow and mentor other engineers.
    Examples of recent work Runtime engineers have done at Heroku
    Core infrastructure scaling and growth: broke up a critical, monolithic Ruby application that performs many container scheduling tasks and refactored it as a set of well scoped gRPC Go services.
    Supporting critical customer applications: diagnosed and fixed a very elusive bug in how signals are forwarded between our platform logging process and customer containers that was causing customer apps to crash unexpectedly.
    Delivering features to customers: built an automated cert management capability using the Let's Encrypt API to provision free customer SSL certs for domains added to apps and automatically renew expiring certs.
    Researching and learning: prototyped a Kubernetes orchestration backend for our internal Runtime API as part of a larger effort to learn about and adopt new technologies in our runtime.
    Infrastructure improvements: transitioned our use of K8s from self-managed to managed by integrating EKS and implemented a new authentication scheme to integrate our container registry with EKS.
    Incident response: conducted emergency response when a remote operation timed out during routine API maintenance in our EU runtime, corrupting routing state data for a single node. Incident responders followed documented procedure in our ops playbooks to identify the corrupted node and flush its cache. Remediation work included refining our metrics to reduce our time to diagnose and improving our automated tooling used for system maintenance.

    Profiles relevant specifically to the Senior Engineer role would feature:
    3+ years in a full-time, professional software engineering role
    Experience developing production software in Go or Ruby
    Experience developing on IaaS (AWS, GCP, Azure, OpenStack, etc)
    Demonstration of strong software development best practices, such as documentation driven design, code review, test coverage, continuous integration, continuous delivery, phased rollouts
    Enthusiasm for learning new languages, frameworks, and skills
    Excellent written and verbal communication skills, including the ability to work effectively with geographically distributed teams and people of various backgrounds
    Experience participating in an on-call rotation

    Profiles relevant specifically to Lead and Principal roles would additionally feature:
    5+ years in a full-time, professional software engineering role
    Experience in a technical leadership role in a collaborative team environment
    Experience deploying, operating and supporting critical production systems
    Experience deploying services on Kubernetes
    Experience participating in an on-call rotation

    Salesforce, the Customer Success Platform and world's #1 CRM, empowers companies to connect with their customers in a whole new way. The company was founded on three disruptive ideas: a new technology model in cloud computing, a pay-as-you-go business model, and a new integrated corporate philanthropy model. These founding principles have taken our company to great heights, including being named one of Forbes’s “World’s Most Innovative Company” six years in a row and one of Fortune’s “100 Best Companies to Work For” nine years in a row. We are the fastest growing of the top 10 enterprise software companies, and this level of growth equals incredible opportunities to grow a career at Salesforce. Together, with our whole Ohana (Hawaiian for "family") made up of our employees, customers, partners and communities, we are working to improve the state of the world.

  • Salesforce
    PROBABLY NO LONGER AVAILABLE.

    Senior Backend Engineer, Heroku Connect Team
    Location: Remote
    Heroku operates the world’s largest PaaS cloud, continuously delivering millions of apps with a high volume of deploys per day. Our vision is to enable customers to focus on building business value, using our tools to accelerate development and reduce operational overhead.

    The Heroku Connect team’s mandate is to reduce friction between the Salesforce and Heroku platforms to create new developer facing tools and services that help customers unlock the value of their data using both traditional relational stores and alternative streaming patterns. The success of our current product has helped us to identify larger opportunities to build new services that solve a wider range of data integration and transformation challenges. We are seeking a senior backend developer who will enjoy the challenge of building, coordinating and scaling a distributed system while making design choices that shape how users think about their own architecture. Our team is fully distributed around North America and we are open to both local and remote candidates.

    You should be excited about working in an collaborative environment where you will be responsible for learning or demonstrating your abilities to contribute to the team in the following ways:

    Explore and articulate the connections and trade-offs between testability, reliability, observability and development velocity to ensure we are continually raising our standard of engineering excellence.

    Strong communication skills and a desire to learn while collaborating closely with your team in synchronous and asynchronous ways.

    Help deliver our roadmap by defining and developing features that enable users to quickly create, deploy, operate and manage their data driven applications.

    Monitor and debug performance, reliability, and overall health issues within the distributed systems maintained by the team.

    Proficiency in one or more of the core technologies deployed by the Connect Team including Python, Postgres, Kafka and Java.

    Understanding how the interactions and characteristics of key system components like data stores, caches and messaging systems impact system health

    Coordinating with internal Heroku and Salesforce teams to improve the service offered to our mutual customers.

  • Salesforce
    PROBABLY NO LONGER AVAILABLE.Required: North America only.

    Manager, Software Engineering Leadership Opportunities, Heroku
    ***Currently we have Leadership opportunities on our Front-end Engineering team and our Runtime team.***
    Location: US & Canada
    (100% Remote or Offices - SF, CA /Bellevue, WA / Indianapolis, IN / Louisville, CO / Burlington, MA / Vancouver, CN)
    The Heroku Manager Opportunity:
    Manager roles are open in the Heroku Data, Runtime, and Platform Services departments, each of which is roughly 40 engineers, managers and PMs distributed around the US and Canada
    Heroku Data and Runtime develop and operate the underlying platform on which the rest of Heroku runs. We build scalable, distributed systems that support our critical internal customers and millions of external customers.
    Heroku Platform Services develops and operates the Heroku Platform itself: that includes the CLI and Dashboard user experience, the higher workflows like Continuous Deployment and Integration, the operational experience, the public APIs, and more.
    Our systems are built with AWS, Go, Ruby, gRPC, Kubernetes, Terraform, Postgres, Kafka and more.
    Our teams and leaders value team culture, inclusiveness, trust and safety above all
    Our leadership group is spread across the experience spectrum and we offer a great opportunity to learn from a diverse group of leaders in a strong mentorship environment
    We lead as a group, work closely together, share big responsibilities and support each other
    Heroku Engineering is growing quickly and offers an opportunity for developing leaders to grow with us

    Examples of recent manager-led work:
    Introducing new collaboration models as we grow (our squad and guild model) and evangelizing our methods within the broader engineering org
    Developing a team health survey and group discussion exercise based on the re:work framework for team effectiveness
    Embedding in a squad of 3-5 engineers to rapidly iterate and ship something (ie: a customer-facing feature like Automated Cert Management or an engineering-driven sustainability improvement like decomposing our process manager into sharded Go gRPC services)
    Working directly with strategic customers to gather feedback, navigate challenges and negotiate priorities
    Building relationships with major technology vendors and influencing their roadmaps
    Improving our hiring and onboarding processes to be more inclusive and scalable

    Profiles relevant to us may feature:
    Fostering collaborative, engaging and inclusive team environments
    Establishing clear priorities, expectations, and accountability for individuals and teams
    Guiding people through periods of growth and change
    Driving the execution and delivery of features by collaborating with many cross-functional teams, architects, product owners and engineers
    Partnering with product managers to align on objectives, priorities, tradeoffs, and risk
    Facilitating engineering meetings (stand-ups, planning, retrospectives, design discussions)
    Empowering delivery teams to self-organize
    Providing technical guidance, career development, and mentoring to team members
    Maintaining high morale and motivating delivery teams to go above and beyond
    Vocally advocating for technical excellence and helping teams make good decisions
    Participating in architecture discussions and planning
    Participating in cross-functional coordination, planning, and reviews with leads from other engineering teams
    Maintaining and fostering our culture by interviewing and hiring only the most qualified individuals with an eye towards diversity
    Excellent written and verbal communication skills, including the ability to work effectively with geographically distributed teams and people of various backgrounds
    Experience with IaaS, distributed systems and critical production systems is desirable, but not required

    Salesforce, the Customer Success Platform and world's #1 CRM, empowers companies to connect with their customers in a whole new way. We are the fastest growing of the top 10 enterprise software companies, the World’s Most Innovative Company according to Forbes, and one of Fortune’s 100 Best Companies to Work For six years running. The growth, innovation, and Aloha spirit of Salesforce are driven by our incredible employees who thrive on delivering success for our customers while also finding time to give back through our 1/1/1 model, which leverages 1% of our time, equity, and product to improve communities around the world. Salesforce is a team sport, and we play to win. Join us!
    *LI-Y

  • Salesforce
    PROBABLY NO LONGER AVAILABLE.

    Infrastructure Engineer, Heroku Data (all levels)
    Location: Pacific to East Coast time zones: 80% of our team is remote.
    Salesforce is looking for a seasoned infrastructure engineer to join the Heroku Data team. We manage one of the largest fleets of databases in the world, and you could have an impact by enabling our customers to easily and effectively store, transport, process, and extract value from their data on Heroku.
    In this role, you will work directly with the team behind the Heroku Data Platform automating operations behind our database-as-a-service products. You will write tools to reliably operate thousands of servers including automated backups, disaster recovery, high availability, orchestration, monitoring systems, configuration management, security and more. To be successful in this role, you must have a passion for data storage and management, intuition for code maintainability, and care about making customers successful.
    The Heroku Data team is a strong group of engineers and product managers that works hard to maintain a balance between the work of maintaining, keeping our customers successful, and innovating towards the future of the Data Platform. We care deeply about making our engineers happy and growing as our team and product grows as well.

    Key Responsibilities
    Day-to-day operations of our data services (Postgres, Redis, Kafka)
    Development of automation to improve operational efficiency and effectiveness
    Testing of new versions of underlying open source technologies
    Working with your team (engineering and product management) to understand customer needs and pain points
    Development of new data services
    Participation in the on-call rotation with your team to keep services operational and highly available
    Compassion for your team members and awareness of overall team health
    Key Qualifications & Experience
    Experience with our technology stack, including:
    Database technologies (Postgres, Redis, and Kafka)
    Our automation stack (Ruby, Go, and Bash)
    Automated testing
    AWS (EC2, S3, VPC, etc.)
    Unix tools and services
    LXC containerization, Docker

    Experience and knowledge of operating distributed systems
    Experience writing and maintaining scalable system administration tools and monitoring
    Experience with information security
    Experience with participating in an on-call rotation

    While not required, to get to know you a little better, please consider sharing any of the following:
    An example of source code you've worked on, or a link to your Github account
    Two or three code snippets that you think represent your coding style
    A brief description of your skills, interests, and work style
    A link to your blog and/or other personal/hobby apps you've built

    Salesforce, the Customer Success Platform and world's #1 CRM, empowers companies to connect with their customers in a whole new way. We are the fastest growing of the top 10 enterprise software companies, the World’s Most Innovative Company according to Forbes, and one of Fortune’s 100 Best Companies to Work For six years running. The growth, innovation, and Aloha spirit of Salesforce are driven by our incredible employees who thrive on delivering success for our customers while also finding time to give back through our 1/1/1 model, which leverages 1% of our time, equity, and product to improve communities around the world. Salesforce is a team sport, and we play to win. Join us!
    *LI-Y

  • Farmstead
    PROBABLY NO LONGER AVAILABLE.

    Our mission at Farmstead is to make high-quality food accessible to everyone. We’re a remote first, asynchronous team, with developers already in Germany, Brazil, Wyoming and San Francisco.

    Our highest value as a company is taking defensible risks without fear of repercussions, and through our values and our humanist culture, we’ve created an environment that allows each team member to make decisions, take risks, and take ownership.

    We’re a VC-backed YC-backed company that is growing explosively. Every person we add to the team right now has a material impact on the direction of the company, and we hand over huge chunks of responsibility to smart people who get things done.

    You

    You’re a highly effective productivity machine, you communicate early and often with your team to get full context, and then switch to solo mode to dig in and get features shipped.  When you hit problems you reach out and involve your team, no one has to check on you to see how you’re doing because you’re ensuring your team is aware of your progress.

    You’re used to the commercial realities of software development in a startup environment, you know that sometimes you need to leave a fire burning at a soft smolder.  You’re able to develop clean, elegant solutions when needed, and fix a critical issue in legacy code without rewriting the whole codebase (and without losing your mind ignoring the mess).

    Requirements

    • Solid Rails knowledge

    • Strong SQL, bonus points for PostgreSQL

    • Wide general web knowledge (HTML, CSS, JS, etc)

    • JS Framework experience, bonus points if React

    • Honest and passionate

    • Responsible team player

    • Experienced with working remotely

    • Bonus points for asynchronous experience

    • Bonus points for Heroku experience

    If you tick all the boxes then please apply, please include (or link to) an example of your code that you’re proud of and an explanation of why you’re proud of it.

  • Nadine West
    PROBABLY NO LONGER AVAILABLE.$100,000.00 - $200,000.00.

    DESCRIPTION

    Reporting directly to the interim CTO, you will build and lead a world-class, remote, senior engineering team. The Nadine West engineering team is tasked with building a bespoke and fully-integrated platform that includes: 1) a recommendations engine, 2) a CRM, 3) an order management system, 4) a warehouse management system, and 5) a reporting engine. 

    While you will responsible for hiring, managing, and leading the team, the Principal Engineer will be responsible for the direction of the codebase and software architecture. You two will work very closely together. However, we're a small, highly productive team, so you will be expected to build software, not just manage people.

    This position is the ideal stepping stone for a high-level software engineer to develop into a future Director, VP, or CTO. 

    Founded in 2014, Nadine West sends personalized outfits to our customers’ doorsteps every month. We are based in Austin TX, but we are a remote-first company, so you can live and work anywhere. 

    Nadine West is not a startup. We are better than a unicorn. We are a rapidly-growing company that is already profitable, already a well-known brand for women, but still doubling in customers every six months.

    REQUIREMENTS

    • You partner with stakeholders to understand the business needs and design right-sized solutions, able to move from open-minded design thinking to breaking problems down and iterating to create working software.
    • You have built, launched, extended, and maintained a business-critical Rails app long enough to learn from your decisions, and love sharing those stories.
    • You are comfortable directing and mentoring other engineers with humility.
    • You have time-tested beliefs about code quality, testing, architecture, database design, ORMs, and build vs. buy tradeoffs, and enjoy articulating those beliefs winsomely to your colleagues
    • You’re at home owning the entire product development cycle (design, dev, testing, release, monitoring).
    • You’ve managed CI/CD pipelines and love auto-deploying to production after your well-honed tests pass.
    • You cherish focused, low-interruption deep work like we do (See 37 Signals’ “Group Chat is Making you Sweat")
    • You’re excited to work remotely, but also excited to share a US timezone and let us host you in Austin when it’s great for us both!

    BENEFITS

    We are a remote-first company, with employees in four continents. Austin-preferred but not required. This is a full-time position, paying competitive market rates. Includes health insurance if you want. Nadine West is growing fast, which means lots of opportunities for growth and an exciting work environment, yet still a sustainable 40 hours a week.

  • Podia
    PROBABLY NO LONGER AVAILABLE.

    At Podia, we’re building the best platform on the planet for creators to sell online courses, memberships and digital downloads.

    We’ve been around for a few years and helped more than 17,000 creators earn millions, and we’re growing fast…

    really fast.

    That’s where you come in winking face

    We’re looking for a Ruby on Rails developer who is as happy working on backend bug fixes as UI refactoring.

    You’ll help us ship faster, get more done and make big improvements to our platform.

    What you’ll work on:

    • Expanding the breadth and depth of our product features building construction
    • Polishing our existing features to improve our users’ experience paintbrush
    • Bugs happen… you’ll help us resolve them bug
    • Refactoring the internals to keep the code easy to work with hammer
    • Improving our test suite to give us more confidence to ship police car light
    • Writing and maintaining payment and API integrations  card index

    Here are some of the technologies we use:

    • Ruby on Rails
    • PostgreSQL
    • Sprinklings of Javascript and Stimulus, where necessary
    • Redis, for caching and background queues
    • Sidekiq for background processing
    • Heroku for hosting the app
    • …and AWS, S3, and Ansible for anything else.
    • We also maintain integrations with many third-party APIs (PayPal, Stripe, Zapier and Drip, just to name a few)

    You might not have experience in all these technologies, and that’s okay! Rails is the core of our tech stack and you’ll also bring other experience to the role.

    Some other things you should be comfortable with:

    • Multiple competing(and sometimes shifting) priorities smiling face with open mouth & cold sweat
    • Lending a hand to your teammates(and customers) when the need arises. We’re tightly knit and supporting each other is a huge priority sparkles
    • Staying calm under pressure. You remain cool even when Rollbar errors are pouring into slack, background jobs die, and the app grinds to a halt SOS button
    • Working remotely. Our team is spread across North America and Europe, and our headquarters is Slack globe showing Americas

    Why work at Podia?

    • Ultimate flexibility. We try to have some overlap time every day, but outside of that work whenever & wherever you work best world map
    • Extreme autonomy. No micro-managing here. You’ll be given high-level direction and then left to solve it the way you feel is best. You’re the expert! books
    • That said, the rest of the team is always ready to lend a hand — or even an ear if you just need to rubber duck some ideas light bulb
    • You get to work with a small, highly-talented team that has built — and continues to build — our product with care. We’re not one of those “hire all the devs!” organizations that tries to grow too quickly artist palette
    • Whether it’s fixes, small tweaks, or substantial features, we deploy often. There’s zero red tape to slow you down rocket
    • We have a rapidly growing base of passionate customers. Your work will be seen and appreciated by many people red heart
    • Competitive compensation. We want to hire the best people, and we’re ready to pay for them money bag
    • (Paid for) annual retreats to spend time with the team and have fun together. This year’s retreat is in Brooklyn! airplane

    Interested in joining our team?

    We’d love to chat slightly smiling face

    To apply, just fill out this form.

  • Purepoint
    PROBABLY NO LONGER AVAILABLE.£54,000.00 - £65,000.00.

    Location: Remote Type: Contract Length: 3 month contract (option to extend)
    Start: Immediate
    Compensation: £4,500 - £5,400 ($5,900 - $7,100) per month, experience based

    We are looking for an experienced Ruby Developer to join our existing team. You'll be joining a team of engineers supporting a rapidly expanding, international e-commerce store. This is a contract role, 3 months in duration (with an option to extend), and you must have a good overlap with UK 9-5 working hours.

    Strong knowledge of Ruby is required. Real world experience building and maintaining Ruby on Rails apps is a must - from UI to APIs. This project will involve being part of a team working on an application used by tens of thousands of customers every day.

    Our tech stack is Ruby, Rails, JavaScript, PostgreSQL, Heroku. We prefer engineers who are language agnostic and embrace testing new approaches to solve problems.

    Skills & Qualifications

    • ​MUST: Be in able to overlap with UK working hours (-/+2 BST)
    • MUST HAVE: Excellent written and spoken English
    • MUST HAVE: 5+ years Ruby experience
    • MUST HAVE: Modern Javascript skills, having worked with modern JS frameworks
    • MUST HAVE: A strong understanding of HTML5, CSS3
    • SHOULD HAVE: Experience working with Bootstrap
    • SHOULD HAVE: Experience required working with APIs, Git, and complex server side design
    • SHOULD HAVE: Experience working in an agile software team environment
    • SHOULD BE: Competent using Git
    • SHOULD HAVE: Experience working with project management tools such as Jira and Trello

    Responsibilities

    This role is perfect for a candidate that not only enjoys development, but also wants to have input on the best approach and implementation method. On a typical day you will:

    • Work in an agile team, taking part in standups, and retrospectives (Via video conferencing)
    • Assist in decision making about application evolution
    • Use your knowledge of Ruby on Rails to build robust applications
    • Review commits made by other team members
  • Reviewed, Part of the USA TODAY NETWORK
    PROBABLY NO LONGER AVAILABLE.

    About Reviewed

    Buying stuff is easy. Buying the right thing is hard. That’s where we can help. Reviewed.com, a part of the USA TODAY Network, brings consumers the most scientific and trustworthy reviews available, written by our team of experts. We believe that tough, objective reviews are the best way to analyze products. We provide readers with insightful, practical, and entertaining stories that help them make informed decisions.

    Reviewed is looking for a talented Ruby on Rails developer to join us as we extend our unique homegrown publishing platform and work to scale with our quickly growing user base. We have gone beyond traditional publishing platforms to build a dynamic application to help consumers find the best purchasing options on the products we recommend. The right candidate will help to make this platform better.

    The ideal candidate is a self-starter with knowledge of database design and hosting infrastructure, who also is interested in good front-end UI and Javascript applications, and who loves to build useful software.

    We are looking for candidates preferably in the Boston, MA or Pittsburgh, PA area, but would consider someone remote.

    What is needed

    • Proven expertise with Ruby on Rails development, developing well-tested and organized applications

    • Experience developing JavaScript-driven applications, especially using single-page-architecture frameworks backed by a server-side data model

    • Excited about optimization, performance and scaling to deliver great content to millions of users

    • Interest in crafting an excellent user experience, both for the reader and for the publishing teams

    • Excellent communication skills. We communicate constantly via chat and video about ideas, issues, and to help each other out

    • A desire to be part of a small team where your opinions, ideas, and creativity are valued

    Technical skills required

    • Real-world web development with Ruby on Rails

    • PostgreSQL, ElasticSearch

    • Test-driven development using Rspec, Minitest or similar

    • Familiarity with Javascript frameworks (e.g. Angular.js, Ember, or React) and jQuery

    • Real-world web development with Bootstrap, HTML, CSS / SASS, and JavaScript / CoffeeScript

    • Basic git usage and git-flow workflow

    • Deployment and management of applications on Heroku and AWS-based infrastructure

    • Service-oriented architectures and API design and integrations

    Gannett Co., Inc. (NYSE: GCI) is an innovative, digitally focused media and marketing solutions company committed to strengthening communities across our network. With an unmatched local-to-national reach, Gannett touches the lives of more than 110 million people monthly with our Pulitzer-Prize winning content, consumer experiences and benefits, and advertiser products and services. Gannett brands include USA TODAY NETWORK with the iconic USA TODAY and more than 100 local media brands, digital marketing services companies ReachLocal and SweetIQ, and U.K. media company Newsquest. To connect with us, visit www.gannett.com.

    Gannett Co., Inc. is a proud equal opportunity employer. We are a drug free, EEO employer committed to a diverse workforce. We will consider all qualified candidates regardless of race, color, national origin, sex, age, marital status, personal appearance, sexual orientation, gender identity, family responsibilities, disability, education, political affiliation or veteran status.

  • algrano
    PROBABLY NO LONGER AVAILABLE.

    The Role

    As a Ruby on Rail Engineer, you will be part of the product team. You will work in collaboration with the Chief Product Officer (Christian), service designer (Laura) and the engineering team (Fabio and Zmago). We use an adapted Kanban methodology to ensure high quality and rapid implementation. Algrano is a web application developed in Ruby on Rails, you will work on various parts of the application, from traditional user management to specific coffee logistic features such as shipping management or Incoterms.

    Your main tasks will include:

    • Develop within the Ruby on Rails framework and related technologies
    • Continuous integration, frequent deployments
    • Live weekly tech meeting, otherwise asynchronous communication is preferred (Trello, Zenhub, Slack)
    • Regular team gatherings and events in Europe

    Your Profile

    Your strengths include:

    • Quality assurance: you are proud to deliver high quality code, you write unit tests and you are familiar with feature test frameworks such as Cucumber or Spinach.
    • Communication skills: You understand that a big part of software engineering is communication work. You feel comfortable talking on requirements and you also like to participate in technical discussions.
    • Learn and improve: You are always eager to learn something new and you constantly try to improve your hard and soft skills.

    Your experience, background and skills include:

    • 3+ years experience with Ruby on Rails or master a similar technology
    • 3+ years experience with testing frameworks, such as RSpec or Cucumber
    • 3+ years experience with HTML, CSS
    • Very good command of english (spoken and written)
    • You are located in Europe

    Bonus points for:

    • Proven experience in remote work
    • Experience with Github, Heroku, Continuous Integration tools
    • Motivation and willingness to learn about a new business domain

    Why work with algrano

    • You will be part of a growing and talented team, united around a mission.
    • You are part of a diverse team made of many cultural backgrounds and skills.
    • For coworkers located in the Zürich office, we eat lunch together and, of course, drink frequent coffees together.
    • We’re dedicated but know that you also have a life. That’s why we offer flexible working hours and 5 weeks of holidays.
    • We provide you a computer or participate in buying a new hardware to make sure you will enjoy your time coding with us.
    • High quality code base: we understand the need to clean the kitchen after cooking and strive to maintain our code as elegant as possible.

    How to apply

    We don't believe in cover letters, instead we prepared a set of questions that will help us to get to know you better. Get ready with your CV and portfolio (if available), you will have to upload them in the last step of the application form: https://algranocoffee.typeform.com/to/yVDpCr

  • User Interviews
    PROBABLY NO LONGER AVAILABLE.

    We're looking for someone who wants to add to our small engineering team at a rapidly growing, fully remote, VC-funded company. “Rapid prototyping.” “Design sprints.” “User centric.” I’m sure you’re familiar with these terms. They’re supposed to help companies build things faster. The thing is: they don’t work if the user research process is too slow. We’re solving that problem.

    Our team has four engineers, and we are looking to grow. Everyone works on the full stack and contributes to every aspect of the product life cycle. We are always looking to add more people to teach and learn from as we build our team and product.

    Our stack starts with Ruby on Rails with a Postgres database hosted on Heroku. We use Resque with Redis for background job processing. React is used where needed and we are looking to use it more. We have recently started using Webpacker to manage our Javascript and CSS, but we use the asset pipeline on some pages. In both cases, we are using Bootstrap for basic layout concerns as well as SASS to help manage our CSS.

    Requirements: 

    -- At least two years of industry experience with Ruby on Rails OR React.js. Obviously experience with both is a plus

    -- Desire to work and help build a fully remote company

    Ideal Candidate Qualities:

    -- Strong industry experience which can be added to our knowledge base

    -- Ability to learn quickly and adjust based on new requirements and direction

    -- A desire to influence the product in a meaningful way

    -- Curiosity to constantly learn new better ways to build software

    Benefits:

    -- Opportunity to be an integral part of a growing software engineering team

    -- Inside knowledge of a startup and how it operates as it grows

    -- Meaningful input into the corporate culture of a young company

    -- License to investigate any aspect of a product and take ownership of what is interesting

  • Spin
    PROBABLY NO LONGER AVAILABLE.

    You'd join our team to help us both refactor and build features for our Rails and Go backend, serving a fleet of dockless scooters, bikes, mobile apps and operations teams. We're looking for senior Rails developers with a keen sense for quality Rails code and a comprehensive testing mindset.

    Our main challenge is handling the deluge of data coming from vehicles in the field. This app is mostly API-driven, and the majority of traffic comes from devices themselves, rather than typical web requests. You should have worked with asychronous distributed systems before and understand how they could be tuned and scaled.

    More than 4 years Rails experience is what we're looking for, but mostly we want self-managers who can take work and run with it. 

    Experience with Go, React Native or Devops-type work like deploying Docker containers are a big plus!

    We run on Heroku but are looking at other options as we grow.

    Some projects you might work on:

    * Refactor our API serializers from ActiveModel Serializers to Fast JSONAPI

    * Extend our city-facing API on spec to meet growing demands for telemetry data sharing 

    * Examine performance problems in Scout APM and tune database queries or Rails code

    * Debug authentication problems between the mobile app and backend

    * Rearchitect background job queueing to execute more efficiently

  • Podia
    PROBABLY NO LONGER AVAILABLE.

    At Podia, we’re building the best platform on the planet for creators to sell online courses, memberships and digital downloads.

    We’ve been around for a few years and helped more than 17,000 creators earn millions, and we’re growing fast…

    really fast.

    That’s where you come in winking face

    We’re looking for aRuby on Rails developer who is as happy working on backend bug fixes as UI refactoring.

    You’ll help us ship faster, get more done and make big improvements to our platform.

    What you’ll work on:

    • Expanding the breadth and depth of our product featuresbuilding construction
    • Polishing our existing features to improve our users’ experiencepaintbrush
    • Bugs happens… you’ll help us resolve thembug
    • Refactoring the internals to keep the code easy to work withhammer
    • Improving our test suite to give us more confidence to shippolice car light
    • Writing and maintaining payment and API integrations card index

    Here are some of the technologies we use:

    • Ruby on Rails
    • PostgreSQL
    • Sprinklings of Javascript and Stimulus, where necessary
    • Redis, for caching and background queues
    • Sidekiq for background processing
    • Heroku for hosting the app
    • …and AWS, S3, and Ansible for anything else.
    • We also maintain integrations with many third-party APIs(PayPal, Stripe, Zapier and Drip, just to name a few)

    You might not have experience in all these technologies, and that’s okay! Rails is the core of our tech stack and you’ll also bring other experience to the role.

    Some other things you should be comfortable with:

    • Multiple competing(andsometimes shifting) prioritiessmiling face with open mouth & cold sweat
    • Lending a hand to your teammates(and customers) when the need arises. We’re tightly knit and supporting each other is a huge prioritysparkles
    • Staying calm under pressure. You remain cool even when Rollbar errors are pouring into slack, background jobs die, and the app grinds to a haltSOS button
    • Working remotely. Our team is spread across North America and Europe, and our headquarters is Slack globe showing Americas

    Why work at Podia?

    • Ultimate flexibility. We try to have some overlap time every day, but outside of that work whenever & wherever you work bestworld map
    • Extreme autonomy. No micro-managing here. You’ll be given high-level direction and then left to solve it the way you feel is best. You’re the expert!books
    • That said, the rest of the team is always ready to lend a hand — or even an ear if you just need to rubber duck some ideaslight bulb
    • You get to work with a small, highly-talented team that has built — and continues to build — our product with care. We’re not one of those“hire all the devs!” organizations that tries to grow too quickly artist palette
    • Whether it’s fixes, small tweaks, or substantial features, we deploy often. There’s zero redtape to slow you downrocket
    • We have a rapidly growing base of passionate customers. Your work will be seen and appreciated by many peoplered heart
    • Competitive compensation. We want to hire the best people, and we’re ready to pay for them money bag
    • (Paid for) annual retreats to spend time with the team and have fun together. This year’s retreat is in Brooklyn! airplane

    Interested in joining our team?

    We’d love to chat slightly smiling face

    To apply, just fill out this form.