The kind of person we’re looking for:

A talented, experienced software engineer with a handle on good software design, a knack for solving difficult problems in complex multi-component systems, and an interest in learning new things. Must be happy in a highly team-oriented environment where collaboration between developers and across teams is common; where giving and receiving feedback, debate, and constructive criticism are actively encouraged. Our ideal candidate is a generalist – comfortable working across both front-end and back-end, and sometimes in data and DevOps disciplines.

Our company has an open, relaxed, and friendly environment where jokes and silliness are common, yet we’re serious about the work we do. We fully expect the same from you. Our organizational structure is pretty flat so you’ll be given a fair amount of latitude with, and responsibility for, your own time.

The kind of stuff you’ll be doing:

  • Helping to develop and scale a world-class, high-volume online ordering platform for restaurants and convenience stores
  • Designing and developing new features for our ordering stack, which is written in PHP, with a Vue.js front-end and hosted within the AWS cloud
  • Extending, creating, and documenting APIs for processing online orders, menus, and store information
  • Integrating with leading delivery and marketplace partners in the food tech ecosystem
  • Working directly with the Product team to turn ideas into software
  • Extending and improving existing system services and software components
  • Identifying and resolving complex issues, such as multi-component integration issues and performance bottlenecks

The kind of experience you’ll need:

  • 5+ years of web application development, including back-end / server-side and front-end / client-side development
  • Experience with scalable web application architectural concepts, such as caching, asynchronous/background processing, and queues
  • Experience with MVC frameworks, such as CodeIgniter, and front-end frameworks, such as React or Vue
  • Experience with database performance, including indexing and query execution plans
  • Understanding of fundamental web technologies: HTTP, REST, JSON, XML
  • Experience with functional and unit testing
  • Facility with version control systems (Git preferred)
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills

The extra stuff that would be nice:

  • Working knowledge of PHP
  • Knowledge of C# / .NET
  • Experience with Nuxt or other Vue.js frameworks
  • Experience with AWS
  • Experience with MongoDB or other document databases
  • Familiarity with delivery and marketplace systems, such as Uber and DoorDash
  • Familiarity with Point of Sale systems, such as Revel, Toast, NCR Aloha/RPOS, Square, etc.
  • Familiarity with payment processing and PCI compliance
  • Reasonable skill with spreadsheets and diagrams

 

Benefits:

  • Medical -- Choose from 3 Medical Plans (PPO, HMO, and High-Deductible)
  • Dental - Select from 2 Dental plans, including adult Orthodontics
  • Vision – 1 plan available
  • Company paid Life Insurance, Short-Term Disability (STD) and Long-Term Disability (LTD)
  • 401K with generous company match; 2-year vesting
  • Flexible Spending Account (FSA)
  • Health Reimbursement Account (HRA)
  • Tuition Reimbursement
  • Generous PTO
  • One paid charity day

For information on our benefits, see here.

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