About GoodTime

Every meeting should move you closer to achieving a clear outcome—whether it’s bringing an idea to life, hiring the best candidate, or closing a sale. GoodTime brings the right people together to make it happen. Over 300 leading companies like Spotify, Slack, Pinterest, Okta, HubSpot, and Box have scheduled more than 7 million smart meetings with GoodTime. Learn more at goodtime.io.

The Role

Working directly with the Head of Engineering, the FullStack Engineer main focus will be building and implementing new features and be a key contributor to the technical roadmap for the GoodTime product.  This means contributing to the product roadmap by working with our product and engineering teams in the US, Mexico, and Brazil. 

This role might be for you if you have a technical background in engineering frameworks such as javascript, excel at selecting and developing talent, and are extremely flexible in your approach to engineering. For us, fast is better than perfect. We iterate constantly and fail fast, so we need that to resonate with you! 

Responsibilities:

  • Architect and implement new features and be a key contributor to the technical roadmap
  • Team up with other engineers to foster solid engineering principles and represent our engineering values
  • Work with languages, technologies, and platforms such as React, Redux, Node, Javascript/Typescript, Redis, Postgres, AWS

Must have: 

  • 3-5 years experience in Software development
  • 2+ years experience in Javascript/Typescript and a Frontend framework, preferably React / Redux
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills. Proficiency in English is required.
  • You are comfortable learning new technologies and systems.
  • Advanced knowledge of web development, with a deep understanding of the JavaScript ecosystem
  • Experience in Object-Oriented Design and Development and test-driven development
  • Experience with relational databases
  • Solid understanding of REST communication

Nice to have: 

  • Familiarity with cloud providers such as AWS
  • Experience with web performance
  • Experience with CSS
  • You have gone through a rapid growth in your company (from 10 to 100s of engineers)

Our Culture

GoodTime is entering uncharted territory in making meetings smarter!  To conquer our goals, we've implemented a Culture of Entrepreneurship.  Our Culture of Entrepreneurship is built on three pillars; autonomy, accountability, and alignment.  As a teammate at GoodTime, you will need to rely on and embody these traits to get the job done successfully.  Being in this culture means owning your role, and balancing autonomy with company alignment.  

The Culture of Entrepreneurship should be a difference maker in helping you and our clients, teammates, and friends create a future where every minute counts.

You might be a good fit for GoodTime if you:

  • Like to work with amazing people! (seriously, our own teammates’ words)
  • Dislike politics and “red tape”
  • Are friendly, always willing to lend a helping hand
  • Can make a path forward, even in ambiguous situations
  • Are Humble, able to admit your failures (we’re all human)
  • Love to learn, self-taught in many areas
  • Are willing to give and receive feedback because you care
  • Are bored without a hard problem to solve
  • Enjoy seeing your hard work make real impact, and controlling your own success 

Commitment to You

The more diverse and inclusive the workplace, the more our product, community, and company can flourish. As a prospective teammate, we don’t expect you to “check” every box here. If you believe in the vision and values at GoodTime, please apply! We’re proud to support and be an ally to the BIPOC community, women, veterans, and those recovering from the various effects of the pandemic. 

Benefits/Perks

  • Remote first culture, Flexible time off (R&R), 3 company-wide Mental Health Days (where you can truly disconnect and know that your coworkers are resting too!), and end of year company shut down
  • Parental Leave in accordance with local regulations (including adoption placement)
  • $500 home office reimbursement
  • Up to $500 towards self-selected learning and development
  • Pre-IPO Stock Options

Remote in Mexico City Area Only

Please Note: No 3rd Party Agency/Recruiters will be considered.

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