Position: Sr. Front-End Engineer

Location: (Can Be Remote - U.S. Based) - Main Office - New York, NY

We are looking for a Senior Engineer who is ready for the next step in their continuing journey toward excellence, someone who is ready to teach and learn while architecting creative, impactful, and maintainable features across our platform. Are you ready for your next adventure?

What you'll do

  • Continue growing as technical leader on a software development team following Scrum processes
  • Work with other engineers, product managers, and UX designers to solve challenging problems.
  • Drive technical designs that align with strategic organizational goals
  • Apply your ability to communicate constructively, courteously, and professionally
  • Contribute to our culture of “collaborate and compromise”

What you bring

  • Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science, Mathematics, or a related field OR comparable experience in a software engineering role
  • Minimum 4 years of experience in a software engineering role focusing on web front-ends or related work
  • You have deep knowledge of the web browser as a platform for running code, and you are familiar with and excited to use React/TypeScript
  • You have significant experience with at least one major cloud platform (AWS, Azure, GCP), and you are ready to work in an AWS-hosted system.
  • You have developed a habit of staying up to date with the fast-evolving JavaScript ecosystem
  • You’ve worked with calling multiple styles of APIs (e.g. REST, GraphQL, grpc, etc) from browser-based code using http and websockets
  • You strive for making frontend components reusable in multiple contexts and promote atomic design principles

What We Strive For

  • We adapt to evolving business environments with optimism and positivity
  • Professional growth and mentorship through research and asking questions, and finding a lesson within every failure
  • Teammates who get fulfillment from seeing others succeed and will do everything in our power to help others find that success
  • Taking the time to listen and ask questions to fully understand a request, provide pragmatic timeframes that evolve through regular updates, and deliver results that delight our stakeholders
  • An evolved understanding of when to experiment vs when to deliver, when to test every possibility vs when to move with risk, and when to adhere to engineering fundamentals vs when to deliver something that just works
  • Finding something to learn from every person around us

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