Massdrop Engineering is a small, fast-moving team dedicated to fundamentally changing the way enthusiast communities buy and interact online. We’re looking to grow our engineering team with a seasoned web developer who ideally has experience with React and Node.

As a Senior Software Engineer you will be a key contributor to technology at Massdrop. You’ll have direct impact on the company by developing of some big and exciting projects. You’ll work closely with Engineering, Product, Design and Data teams deliver amazing experiences to our enthusiast communities as we grow and scale.

Who You Are:

The ideal candidate should be strong in a majority of the bullet points below:

  • Have a history of strong technical ownership on past web development projects - were you the “go to” person to get something built/investigated/fixed?
  • Have knowledge of professional software engineering practices & best practices for the full software development life cycle, including coding standards, code reviews, source control management, build processes, testing, and operations.
  • Able to deliver complex software projects on time and at high quality.
  • Understand the value of team processes and are able to help others abide by them.
  • Are comfortable providing development time estimates, both rough and detailed.
  • Have experience with “ops” work - able to resolve production breakages or emergencies while maintaining a cool head.
  • Have strong written and verbal communication - especially when interacting with other disciplines such as Product Management and Design.
  • Enjoy mentoring others.

And proficient with most of:

  • React.js
  • Node.js
  • Redis
  • MySQL or other relational db
  • AWS or other cloud environment 

Who We Are:

Massdrop puts community first. We create high-quality, custom gear, apparel, and products inspired and designed by our online communities. We provide over 6 million members a place to connect, discuss, buy products together, and learn about the things that are important to them.

The engineering team contains of a number of seasoned developers who have scaled web apps beyond 10M daily active users. With our combined experiences we’ve distilled good practices and processes to ensure a healthy, sane, and efficient work environment. We’re all about quality engineering, not big egos; the best ideas win here.

If this sounds like the right environment for you to continue your software engineering career, then please submit an application. We’d love to talk with you!

 

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