We are looking for a motivated engineer who will meaningfully contribute to the core technology that powers our company. You will focus on improving the efficiency and reliability of our infrastructure as we scale our data processing pipeline, add new partner integrations, build out new API's and develop new pricing features for our customers. 

About You:

  • Polyglot Engineer 
  • Has experience with Web service API design 
  • RDBMS schema design and SQL query optimization 
  • Startup experience

What You'll Do:

  • Own end to end development from design to implementation to deploy to support 
  • Contribute to our technology stack/infrastructure 
  • Be the technical driver of yourself, lots of ownership 
  • Test and maintain operational excellence 

Your first 90 Days

  • Understand and contribute to our architectural direction 
  • You will actively deploy code to our production systems

Perks and Benefits:

  • Competitive Salary and Equity
  • Medical, Dental, and Vision Coverage
  • Commuter Subsidy
  • Fitness Subsidy
  • 401k
  • Education Subsidy
  • Unlimited PTO
  • Pet Friendly Office

About Us:

Lyric is building the next great hospitality company.
 
We design and manage premium short-term rentals, that combine the spaciousness of an apartment, the amenities of a 4-star hotel, the productivity of your favorite work space, and the creative inspiration of an artistic studio.
 
Powering everything we do is a proprietary software and data platform designed to inform every aspect of our operations - from location selection to inventory design, revenue management to personalized guest experiences.
 
The global accommodations industry is worth more than $1T/year, but it hasn’t kept up with the needs of today’s modern traveler. Lyric is changing that.
 
We set out to re-imagine what this future will look like, and we'd love to have you along as part of that journey!

Our Team

We are a fast growing team founded by veteran entrepreneurs and backed by a number of the largest and most respected VC’s in the world. Headquartered in downtown San Francisco, we're hiring top talent across all business units! 

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