Base is changing the way that Executive Assistants get work done! As the first software platform for EAs, we are giving more leverage to these professionals who serve a vital role in businesses. 

We want to find the right person for our team, whether you check all of the boxes or not. If you don’t fit this description perfectly we hope you will still apply, in particular, if you come from an under represented group we strongly encourage you to apply if you consider yourself a Senior Engineer.

What you can expect from this role:

  • Collaborate with fellow engineers to build, design, and scale the Base product
  • Build, test, and deploy new features that span the frontend and backend to users daily
  • Implement, develop, and uphold engineering best practices
  • Mentor and guide junior engineers through code reviews and pair programming
  • Work wherever you are (US or Canada remote)

What we look for:

  • 5+ years professional software development experience
  • Experience with modern frontend javascript frameworks like React, VueJS, or others
  • Experience with Node.js or other common server-side languages such as Golang, Python, etc.
  • Knowledge of how to effectively build scalable front end applications, react error boundaries, logging, etc.
  • Knowledge of continuous deployment practices, including automated testing and continuous integration
  • Experience working and collaborating with a team of fellow engineers and designers in a remote environment
  • You’re self-motivated, comfortable working in an iterative environment, and can take minimal direction to drive to desired goals

Extra Consideration:

  • Experience integrating with 3rd party APIs like Calendar (Google/Microsoft), Slack, etc. 
  • Experience with Google Cloud Platform or Amazon Web Services
  • Experience in engineering leadership, with a proven track record of leading software projects from inception through development and successful deployment

What we offer:

  • $95k - $115k
  • Stock options
  • A fun, flexible, remote-first work environment with a passionate, mission-oriented team
  • Benefits not typically offered at new startups such as health insurance and parental leave
  • Unlimited, self-managed paid time off
  • Monthly tech stipend

Our values:

Courageous Help 

With humility, hospitality, and openness, we embrace challenges as opportunities to significantly contribute to others’ success and happiness.

Thriving Team 

We all contribute to a respectful and gracious work environment that encourages high-achievement through collaboration and individual effort, both in and outside of the workplace.

Ambitious Growth 

We take great pride in setting, communicating, and achieving challenging goals, and we look forward to exceeding expectations and sharing our story.

 

 

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