Pie's mission is to empower small businesses to thrive by making commercial insurance affordable and as easy as pie. We leverage technology to transform how small businesses buy and experience commercial insurance—starting with workers’ compensation.
 
Like our small business customers, we are a diverse team of builders, dreamers, and entrepreneurs who are driven by core values and operating principles that guide every decision we make.

How You’ll Do It

  • Operate as the go-to person for front-end related matters within our technology stack.
  • You view working with product management, design, stakeholders, and your fellow engineers as a collaborative and transparent process.
  • Continually evolve  engineering practices and architectural designs to meet Pie’s goals in partnership with Principal Engineers and Technology leadership.
  • Deliver software using continuous delivery and leverage your experience to enhance delivery pipelines.
  • Continually build highly modular and reusable code using industry standards and best practices.
  • Mentor other engineers and be deeply involved in the code review process.
  • You view on-call rotations as a normal part of your software engineering duties and are constantly looking for ways to improve operational stability and visibility.

The Right Stuff

  • A minimum of 4 years experience in progressive software development is required.
  • A strong understanding of front-end frameworks (React, Angular, Vue, etc) and modern Javascript and Typescript concepts.
  • Experience working with sophisticated application state (e.g. Apollo Client, Redux, MobX or similar).
  • Experience configuring the bundling and deployment of modern web applications, using tools such as Webpack, Babel, Vite, etc.
  • Advanced knowledge of API integration, orchestration, and async design patterns.
  • A strong background in leading cross-team and cross-application initiatives, and demonstrable experience coordinating engineering, product, design, and other stakeholders in these efforts

Base compensation for position: $155,000 - $210,000

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Compensation & Benefits 

  • Competitive cash compensation
  • A piece of the pie (in the form of equity)
  • Comprehensive health plans
  • Generous PTO, including paid sick leave 
  • Future focused 401k match
  • Generous parental and caregiver leave
  • Our core values are more than just a poster on the wall; they’re tangibly reflected in our work 

Our goal is to make all aspects of working with us as easy as pie. That includes our offer process. When we’ve identified a talented individual who we’d like to be a Pie-oneer , we work hard to present an equitable and fair offer. We look at the candidate’s knowledge, skills, and experience, along with their compensation expectations and align that with our company equity processes to determine our offer ranges. 

Each year Pie reviews company performance and may grant discretionary bonuses to eligible team members.

Location Information 

Unless otherwise specified, this role has the option to be hybrid or remote. Hybrid work locations provide team members with the flexibility of working partially from our Denver or DC office and from home. Remote team members must live and work in the United States* (*territories excluded), and have access to reliable, high-speed internet.

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Pie Insurance is an equal opportunity employer. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, marital status, age, disability, national or ethnic origin, military service status, citizenship, or other protected characteristic.

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