Hotel Engine is the world’s largest Lodging Performance Network, established to create a richer, more rewarding business travel experience by connecting a global network of businesses and lodging partners. Our innovative travel-tech company is on an incredible growth trajectory and will continue to build on our strong foundations by bringing our customer obsession, data-driven problem-solving, and bias for action into every decision we make.   

In December of 2021, we closed our series B funding round with a $1.3 billion valuation, and that’s just the beginning. We expect 2022 to be our best year yet. 

Working hard behind the scenes building and supporting our platform are exceptional people–from our large engineering and product teams to our fast-growing sales, supplier, and member support orgs, to our data, marketing, and operations teams.   

We value our individuality, and we also understand that together, we thrive. Most importantly, we know we’re not for everyone! We’re focused on finding the right people who are energized by our culture, with diverse experiences and backgrounds that will help us unlock our full potential. Complacency doesn’t live here. We’ve built a team of world-class people who really want to work with other world-class people. Click here to view our DNA, and if you like what you see, please, read on! 

Hotel Engine is eager to add a Software Engineer, Node.js, to our growing engineering organization! In this role, you'll be making architectural decisions, developing and maintaining an internal set of systems and tools, mentoring and shaping mid and junior-level engineers, and building out integrations with third parties. Intriguing? Check out more information below!

Tech We Use:

  • Node.js
  • Typescript
  • Lambda
  • Dynamo DB
  • PSQL DB
  • Serverless Framework
  • Jest

How We Work:

  • We ship code daily to our production, staging, and continuous integration environments
  • We work in a mix of Agile and Kanban
  • We keep meetings to an absolute minimum to maximize development time
  • We keep to a 40-hour workweek and respect your time away from the office

Here's what we're looking for:

  • The ideal candidate for this position loves JavaScript and wants to do full-time back-end Node development. A willingness to mentor younger devs and a track record of running successful projects is also essential.

    • 3+ years of software development with JavaScript/Typescript
    • 3+ years of Node.js experience
    • 3+ years of experience building and maintaining production APIs
    • 1+ years of AWS experience
    • Some experience with micro-service architecture
    • Some front-end experience with a popular framework (React, Angular, Vue, etc.)

Cash compensation:

  • The total cash compensation for this role is $80,000-$135,000/year with an annual bonus target of up to 15%. Overall Total Earning potential including the bonus is $92,000-$155,250 plus stock options. Final offer amounts are determined by multiple factors, including prior experience, expertise & may vary from the amount above

Remote opportunities:

  • This role is eligible for remote work and you can work from anywhere in the U.S.

Hotel Engine Total Rewards Philosophy | We recognize that there is more to work than day-to-day responsibilities. Hotel Engine has been recognized on Built-in Colorado’s Best Places to Work list 3 years in a row (2020-2022) for our positive culture and robust growth opportunities.  

As a company, we’re also dedicated to giving back to our greater community, and have comprehensive corporate social responsibility programs supporting community, social justice and environmental causes. In addition to a collaborative, high-performing team environment, we’re pleased to offer benefits including:   

  • Competitive base salaries  
  • Annual performance bonuses 
  • Stock options for all associates + performance-based stock options  
  • Insurance benefits including medical coverage (with a plan available at no cost to employees) + 100% paid dental and vision insurance  
  • 401(k) plan with a match program
  • Unlimited PTO + 2 paid days each year to volunteer with your favorite non-profit 
  • Paid parental leave and family medical leave 
  • Hotel discounts through our exclusive platform 
  • The ability to make a real impact in an incredibly fast-growing organization; you’ll never be just another cog in the wheel. 

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