Reason this role is for you:
Our client is a venture-backed, seed-stage company building meaningful software to turn non-technical teams using tools like Airtable, Zapier, Integromat, and Tray into automated powerhouses. They have built the first error monitoring solution for no-code, lettering users know when there’s an issue with their business-critical automations. But, for this 10-person team, split between Atlanta and San Francisco, this is just the first step!
The engineering team is a perfect mix of curious developers and no-code pioneers. They use the latest frameworks not to chase trends, but to sharpen their skills as engineers and stay on the forefront of the industry. They take breaks to dive into fun side projects involving web3, open source libraries and no-code. They work asynchronously, utilizing technology to stay informed and aligned, allowing everyone time to plug in, without distractions and do their best work.
You are coming from a high-performing team at a startup and enjoy the fast-paced environment. You have built products from the ground up and you enjoy building automations.
This is a backend engineering role on our client’s platform team. You will be working on building a few dev ops tools, with error monitoring to start, to allow users to trust and rely on their no-code stacks.
What’s most interesting about the role is that it touches all areas of the product, is full of interesting technical challenges related to graphing/mapping how team’s build automation workflow and it contributes directly to the company’s core value of understanding no-code context
5+ years of software development experience
Strong background in computer science, with experience in an organization focused on UI/UX and continuous delivery
Exceptional verbal and written communication skills
Nice to have:
Previous experience working with internal tools
Experience interfacing with non-technical teams and understand their needs
Deep involvement in multiple developer communities, Discord/Slack
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