OneSignal is a leading omnichannel customer engagement solution, powering personalized customer journeys across mobile and web push notifications, in-app messaging, SMS, and email. On a mission to democratize engagement, we enable over a million businesses to keep their users - including readers, fans, players and shoppers - engaged and up to date by delivering 12 billion messages daily. 

1 in 5 new apps launches using OneSignal! We support companies in 140 countries, including Zynga, USA Today, Bitcoin.com, Eventbrite, Tribune, and many more - from startups and small businesses just getting off the ground to established companies communicating with millions of customers.

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OneSignal has a lot of the great tech startup qualities you'd expect, but we don't stop there. Our massive scale and small team, emphasis on healthy life balance and kindness in all our interactions, and focus on ownership and personal growth make OneSignal a uniquely great place to work. 

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About The Team:

Our User Data team empowers OneSignal customers with a Customer Data Platform that serves as a real-time system of record for user and audience data and provides timely and useful insights to our customers so that they can optimally understand and engage their users. 

As a Senior Software Engineer, you'll have the autonomy to take ownership of significant projects and directly impact our platform's performance and features. Your expertise will shape the way businesses engage with their users. Working remotely, you'll have the flexibility to create a schedule that works best for you, allowing you to excel in both your professional and personal life.

What You'll Do:

  • Collaborate closely with Product Managers, Designers, and fellow engineers to design and implement new full-stack features and functionalities for our Customer Data Platform, using languages such as React/TypeScript, Ruby, Golang and Rust
  • Actively participate in peer code reviews and Technical Design Spec reviews, providing valuable technical insights to continuously improve our code base
  • Work together with the team to efficiently resolve production issues and ensure the system scales smoothly to meet the growing demands of our customers.
  • Conduct data analysis and performance monitoring to identify areas for optimization and enhancement
  • Stay up-to-date with the latest industry trends and technologies, incorporating new ideas into our engineering processes
  • Ability to work independently in uncertainty and drive multiple experiments to derive at a solution to unblock business and customer operations.
  • Work on customer driven product development

What You'll Bring:

  • 6+ years of professional software development experience
  • Experience building backend frameworks at scale
  • Experience with Rust and/or Golang, or a strong willingness to learn these two languages quickly 
  • Experience with distributed system event streaming framework such as Apache Kafka
  • Experience with Docker and Kubernetes
  • Experience designing RESTful API

We value a variety of experiences, and these are not required. It would be an added bonus if you have experience in any of the following:

  • Experience with ScyllaDB
  • Experience with Ruby/Rails
  • Experience building a robust React Web application
  • Experience with continuous build in an Agile Environment
  • Have a good understanding of clean software design principles

The New York and California base salary for this full time position is between $160,000 to $180,000. Your exact starting salary is determined by a number of factors such as your experience, skills, and qualifications. In addition to base salary, we also offer a competitive equity program and comprehensive and inclusive benefits.

Qualities we look for:

  • Friendliness & Empathy
  • Accountability & Collaboration
  • Proactiveness & Urgency
  • Growth Mindset & Love of Learning

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