We’re building the largest commerce partner company in the world and we’re looking for a talented Software Engineer to help us get there. You’ll have the opportunity to support and lead projects for a variety of partners on the Shopify Plus and Workarea commerce platforms.  You’ll launch storefronts for partners new to eCommerce, help partners re-platform to Shopify and Workarea, and help our existing partners enhance their current storefronts 
 
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What you'll do...

  • Work on a modern tech stack to deliver unique eCommerce experiences for a multitude of partners who are using the Shopify or Workarea platforms.
  • Work on a range of tasks including large custom features, 3rd party integrations,  server management, and anything else that helps our partners achieve their business objectives.
  • Contribute to all parts of the software lifecycle process, including defining requirements, estimating, planning, prototyping, development, testing, and maintenance.
  • Design and develop code to be scalable and reusable across a range of client sizes and business needs
  • Partner with different roles within the organization to ensure timely delivery and accuracy

What you'll need...

  • 3-5 years of programming experience
  • Proficiency in at least one programming language (Ruby or other OO language preferred)
  • Experience with at least one web framework (Ruby on Rails preferred)
  • Experience working with git and the command line
  • An appreciation for well written unit and integration tests
  • The desire to write clean, efficient, reliable code
  • Ability to thrive in a results-oriented, high-freedom work environment
  • Excellent time management, problem solving, teamwork, and communication skills
  • A passion for continuous learning and improvement

Bonus points for...

  • Experience with AWS or other cloud services (Google Cloud, MS Azure, Heroku, Digital Ocean, etc)
  • Experience with Elasticsearch
  • Experience with MySQL
  • Experience with MongoDB
  • eCommerce development experience (Shopify Plus, Magento, etc.)
  • Versed in agile development practices
  • Experience in a multi-project / agency environment

Who we are...

  • We are a team that leads with results, works hard to build the better, optimizes inward, stays gritty, and strives for excellence.
  • We’re a member of San Diego Business Journal’s 2017 Best Places to Work, a 100+ person work fam, passionate, high-growth, fast paced and all in.
  • We enjoy tons of office perks, a full social calendar, casual dress code, competitive benefits, unlimited PTO, free commuter benefits, and swag from premier client brands.
  • We are motivated, ambitious and ready to join forces with you to take on the digital world!

What we do...

  • We’re one of the six pioneer Shopify Plus agency partners, currently the largest in the world. 
  • We partner with Shopify Plus, Google, Yotpo, Dynamic Yield and Workarea to offer website design/development, digital marketing, Amazon services and conversion rate optimization (CRO)
  • We are innovative, data-driven eCommerce experts with a best-in-class technology stack that allows us to create valuable digital experiences and accelerated revenue for our clients.

 

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