Join the Alto family and be a part of a remarkable ride!

Alto is the future of mobility. From our employee drivers and company-owned fleet to our scaled fleet operations and technology, we are vertically integrating the rideshare experience to create better outcomes for passengers and drivers alike. Alto is rapidly expanding and currently operates in Dallas, Houston, Los Angeles, Miami, and Washington DC. 

As a Senior Backend Engineer, you will contribute to and own the design and development of the best-in-class Cloud Native applications that are the backbone of our Driver Experience.

What you’ll do:

  • Participate in the design, development, deployment, and operation of our microservices, APIs, and other applications used by various new and existing mobile and web applications
  • Build web portals and integration services using modern technology platforms and frameworks such as Node, Kubernetes, Serverless Functions, and Typescript
  • Play an active role in the evaluation, selection, and implementation of architecture, design patterns, platforms, and tools
  • Collaborate with other team members across engineering, product, customer support, operations, and others
  • Become part of a team that values culture, camaraderie and inclusion at all levels

What you bring to the table:

  • 3-4 years of software development experience or relevant transferable skills
  • Experience in modern development technologies used to design, deliver, debug, and maintain back-end software systems
  • 1-2 years of experience writing backend JavaScript applications using Node and Express (or similar technologies)
  • Experience with APIs and microservice patterns using Kubernetes a plus
  • Experience with modern relational and non-relational database platforms
  • Experience with Git
  • Excellent communication skills, a positive attitude, and self-motivation
  • Ability to operate in an agile, entrepreneurial start-up environment
  • Experience with Firestore and Istio a plus, as well as operations research and optimization

What’s in it for you:

  • Competitive base salary + equity in a rapidly growing company
  • Health/dental/vision insurance and 401k with employer matching
  • Hybrid remote/onsite flexibility
  • Unlimited PTO
  • Engineering 20% Time
  • Generous credit to ride Alto

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