Mosaic is the AI-Powered workforce management software that is radically changing how companies are operated. We're ushering in the future of hybrid remote organizations, connected by our AI-Powered workforce management and intelligence tools. This is a rare opportunity to be part of a high-growth venture backed startup pursuing a world-changing mission.

**About the role:**

Mosaic operates in a very fast-growing space. You'll enjoy this role if you care about working in and fostering a positive and collaborative environment. You are a talented and aspiring Software Engineer. You have 10+ years of software engineering experience and are comfortable writing code in Ruby as well as at least one statically-typed language like Java or Go. You are comfortable le
ading architecture planning and discussing trade-offs between engineering and business goals. You have experience with data pipelines, distributed systems, and/or large-scale data processing. You care about building maintainable, efficient, clean code. You care deeply about uptime and reliability. You love helping other developers work more effectively and have Open Source contributions that show it. You can take responsibility for projects end-to-end from idea to completion. Other people at the companies you worked for wanted you on their projects.

The engineering team at Mosaic is responsible for the entirety of our customer-facing experience as well as maintaining our platform. We prefer a small and highly effective engineering team, so every new team member is vital to the success of the company.
We're looking for collaborative, detail-oriented people who are ready for a challenge. In this role, you'll have the opportunity to take significant ownership of technical projects that will drive the success of the overall business. Successful team members bring strong product and technical acumen, combined with the ability to move fast.

Responsibilities:

  • Leading architecture discussions during feature development to ensure that projects are built in a sound, reliable, performant way
  • Mentoring other engineers on best practices for software engineering
  • Optimizing the performance of components for both latency and throughput
  • Monitoring all of the above in a scalable way (We all do ops, so we depend on automation)
  • Guiding incident response and vulnerability remediation efforts
  • Contributing to and collaborating on open-source software

Requirements:

  • 10+ years in a hands-on engineering role, writing and shipping high-quality production code, especially highly reliable and scalable distributed systems.
  • Experience with at least one of the following languages: Ruby, Python, TypeScript, Java
  • Experience developing and debugging in a data-heavy environment.
  • Experience with software engineering standard methodologies (e.g. unit testing, code reviews, design documentation).
  • Bonus Points: Experience with one of the following: stream processing at scale (e.g. Beam/Flink/Storm) OR GCP and related tools.


Benefits:

  • Rare meaningful stock options in a high-growth startup
  • World-class medical, dental, and vision policies
  • A fun culture including team events, happy hours, and day trips (post-pandemic)
  • This is a remote position with small Mosaic offices cropping up in most major cities in the US and Canada for hybrid remote working.
  • Work with hardworking, nice people who are committed to making a difference!
  • ...And much more


Mosaic focuses on AI, SaaS, B2B, Analytics, Business Intelligence, and ERP Tools. Their company has offices in New York City and New York. They have a small team that's between 11-50 employees.

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