DEPT® is growing fast and we're looking for folks who enjoy building great products together with peers and clients in Uruguay. Our philosophy is to hire smart, client-facing engineers who can understand our client’s business goals and write elegant code.

About Us:

Rocket Insights is a small but growing, tight-knit group of experienced engineers and designers that love building products with like-minded folks. Some of the things that we believe in:

  • Great UI/UX is critical; aesthetics, animations, copy and speed are all part of this
  • Code quality is a top priority; style guides, code reviews, best practices
  • Collaboration; great communication is the key to any project
  • Constantly curious; we're constantly learning/evolving through guild meetings, lunch & learns, conferences and practice
  • A healthy work/life balance; getting home in time for dinner is important

We focus on building great products with clients that we enjoy and respect. Our work has improved people's lives, been seen by millions of users, featured in the app stores, had books written about it, featured in the press, received awards and, most importantly, brought delight to users.

We are growing fast and looking for individuals that are passionate about the development process and not timid about working directly with clients. Our philosophy is to hire smart, client-facing engineers that can both understand the client's business goals and write elegant code.

What will your day be like?

  • You’ll develop complex apps that are making a material impact on the world and will be seen by millions of users
  • You’ll develop data pipelines using Python, and web front ends using Angular
  • You’ll be a part of agile software development practices and peer/code reviews
  • You’ll interface with clients. We estimate about 80% hands-on development and 20% client interaction & documentation
  • Both learn new things from other Rocketeers as well as improve how we do things

About You:

  • You have multiple years experience writing Software used by lots of people
  • You have multiple years experience writing Python applications and scripts
  • You have multiple years experience with a backend technology like Node.js / Express, Ruby on Rails, Python / Flask / Django, etc.
  • You’ve worked with, and have a good understanding of Database technologies, both SQL and NoSQL
  • You’ve worked with major cloud providers like AWS, Google Cloud, Azure and their various large scale data storage products (ex: RedShift, BigQuery, etc).
  • You’ve worked with, and have a good understanding of Version Control, preferably using git
  • You’ve worked with Agile software processes before
  • You’ve worked with Continuous Integration/Deployment tools  
  • You’re a natural problem-solver and willing to take initiative 
  • You enjoy talking to clients and are good distilling technical information for a variety of roles within a business

About DEPT®: 

DEPT® is a pioneering technology and marketing services company that creates integrated end-to-end digital experiences for brands such as Google, KFC, Philips, Audi, Twitch, Patagonia, eBay and more. Its team of 2,500+ digital specialists across 30+ locations on 5 continents delivers pioneering work on a global scale with a boutique culture. DEPT® is committed to making a positive impact on the planet and since 2021 has been Climate Neutral and B Corporation certified. www.deptagency.com

Learn more about our diversity, equity, and inclusion efforts here.

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