About LeafLink

LeafLink is a SaaS marketplace that provides licensed cannabis dispensaries the ability to order from their favorite brands, as well as a suite of software tools for those brands to manage their operations and scale.

With over 3,000+ dispensaries and more than 1,000+ leading brands in 19 states and territories, LeafLink is setting the industry standard for how cannabis brands and retailers work together.

Our team, backed by funding from leading VC’s, is poised to define the cannabis wholesale market. LeafLink was also named one of Fast Company’s ’Top 10 Most Innovative Companies in Enterprise for 2018, joining the ranks of Amazon, Slack, and VMWare and we are hungry for more!

What We’re Looking For

LeafLink is seeking a Backend Engineer to join our New York team who is passionate about working on teams that solve interesting, large-scale problems at a rapid pace. This role will contribute heavily to the buildout and iteration of LeafLink’s existing and emerging systems, powering an ever-expanding set of product offerings. As a member of our engineering team, you will be in a position to have a direct, lasting impact everywhere that technology powers our business.

LeafLink is currently gearing up to tackle a large-scale platform overhaul that will strengthen our position as a technical leader within the industry. As such, this role has the opportunity to help shape and grow this new platform, as well as work within new and growing technologies. It’s a very exciting time to join our engineering team!

Ideal candidates for this position should possess a keen mind for solving tough problems with the ideal solution, partnering effectively with various team members along the way. They should be personable, efficient, flexible and communicative, possess a strong desire to implement change, growth, and maturity, and have a passion and love for what they do. This role comes with the opportunity to be a high performer within a department that’s fast-paced, dynamic, and quickly growing in all areas.

Responsibilities

  • Help support and continue to refine our sophisticated wholesale pricing engine that considers quantity, location, customer price scheduling, and license constraints
  • Be involved with critical software design decisions that will have a lasting impact on LeafLink’s platform and products
  • Build integrations with our various third-party solutions such as state-required seed-to-sale systems for custody tracking
  • Keep up to date on modern technologies and trends and advocate for their inclusion within products when it makes sense
  • Work on robust inventory and warehouse management systems
  • Work collaboratively with multiple agile teams to help deliver end-to-end products and features, seeing them through from conception to delivery
  • Work with other team members to build and deliver industry-leading API tools that our dynamic user base have come to rely upon to power their businesses
  • Be able to troubleshoot, diagnose, and resolve issues quickly and effectively when they arise
  • Provide technical guidance and help mentor engineering, QA, operations, and product staff to deliver the best possible solutions for the company
  • Help define, document, evolve, and evangelize high engineering standards and best practices across multiple areas
  • Move quickly and intelligently - seeing technical debt as your nemesis

Qualifications

  • 3+ years working in a fast-paced software environment as an engineer focused on API driven services, supporting systems, and third-party vendor integrations
  • Proven track record of practical, thoughtful problem solving
  • Experience working on high-traffic, international systems
  • Extensive experience working with Python and modern web frameworks
  • Experience working in and advocating for agile environments
  • Extensive experience working with relational databases and ORMs to interact with them
  • Experience with queueing systems (Celery, SQS, Pub/Sub, etc)
  • Familiar with software security best practices
  • Advanced experience with unit testing, its concepts, and associated tools
  • Well-versed in version control systems (Git)
  • Experience building applications and working with underlying systems that work within fully containerized environments (Docker, Kubernetes) a plus
  • An active member of the open-source and New York tech communities a plus
  • An interest in the cannabis industry and/or the LeafLink brand

Benefits

  • Flexible PTO to give our employees a little extra R&R when they need it  
  • Competitive compensation and 401k 
  • Comprehensive health coverage (medical, dental, vision) 
  • Commuter Benefits through a Flexible Spending Account
  • A robust stock option plan to give our employees a direct stake in LeafLink’s success

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