About the opportunity

Docket is changing how the world meets by making it easy to have awesome meetings.  We’re building a meeting-focused workspace for collaborative agenda creation, decision documentation, and action item tracking with the goal of bringing greater clarity, transparency, and alignment to an organization’s meetings resulting in greater productivity and happier people.

We take pride in delivering user-friendly, fast, and delightful experiences to our customers.

We are currently on the lookout for an experienced software engineer. At Docket, you’ll have the opportunity to help shape and drive the implementation and development processes that create an amazing product.

What You’ll Do

Reporting to the VP of Engineering, you will develop new user-facing features in a highly responsive, web-based interface using React.js. You’ll breathe life into designs and wireframes through high-quality code. You will learn and understand user interactions, then optimize components for maximum performance across a vast array of web-capable devices and browsers. You’ll build reusable components and front-end libraries for future use. You will collaborate closely with members of the engineering and product teams. At each stage of the software development process, you will ensure consistency, reliability, security, and performance.

About You

As a software engineer, you are self-directed but balance this well in a team-oriented approach. You understand that done is preferable to perfect, but still strive to produce the best work possible in everything you do. You appreciate feedback, seek it often, and don’t take criticism personally. You own your work, making sure it meets the needs of the intended audience and that it’s done on time. You embrace ambiguity, are solution oriented, and thrive in a constantly changing environment while maintaining a great attitude.

Experience and Skills to Excel in this Role

  • Strong proficiency in JavaScript

  • Thorough understanding of React.js and its core principles

  • Prior experience with popular React.js data handling and event workflows

  • Familiarity with more current specifications of EcmaScript

  • Knowledge of isomorphic React is a plus

  • Strong proficiency with HTML / CSS

  • Familiarity with front-end integration to APIs (GraphQL, REST, etc)

  • Git experience is a plus

  • Knowledge of modern authorization mechanisms

  • Familiarity with modern front-end build pipelines and tools

  • Experience with common front-end development tools such as Babel, Webpack, NPM, Next.js, etc.

  • Ability to understand business requirements and translate them into technical requirements

  • A knack for benchmarking and optimization

  • Proven track record of creating consistent, performant user experiences and being able to explain how they address the challenges our customers face

  • Power to influence peers / managers and build consensus, while dealing with ambiguity

  • Ability to successfully manage all aspects of a project from start to finish

  • Thrives in an environment with constant and quick iterations

  • Obsessive attention to detail and “get it done” attitude

Why You’ll Love It

  • You’ll be part of building an engineering culture that emphasizes learning and growth

  • The opportunity to be on a team where your work is critical to the success of the company, our customers, and to everyone who wants to realize their professional potential

  • You’ll have a strong voice in influencing the development process and how the product works 

  • You’ll be challenged to think creatively, strategically, and tactically on a day-to-day basis

  • A fun and engaging team-based environment where we enjoy working hard and learning everyday

  • Competitive pay for a young and growing company

  • Stock options

  • Employee Friendly Paid Time-off Policy

  • Medical, dental & vision insurance w/ healthy company contributions

  • Basic life and long term disability insurance

About us

Docket is a rapidly-growing SaaS startup located in Indianapolis, IN. We personally and consistently use our product to drive our day to day business and client meetings, always striving to be an example of meeting best practice as well as giving us the opportunity to constantly put our product to the test and relate directly with our customers.


At Docket, we believe that having a team of diverse backgrounds and voices working together will enable us to create an innovative product that will improve the way people live and strengthen their relationships. Docket is an equal opportunity employer who does not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status.

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