About Poggio Labs

At Poggio Labs,we’re reimagining customer relationships with a platform that customer obsessed teams rely on to power intelligence relationships with data.

We're well funded, and backed by Accel (Steve Loughlin) and Spark Capital (Natalie Sandman).

How We Work

🌐 Poggio Labs a remote-first company: Poggio Labs is a remote-first company and all roles, unless otherwise specified, can be based anywhere.

⚖️ Diversity, equity & inclusion is a core tenet: We believe that inclusivity leads to stronger teams, a deeper talent pool, and creates the foundation for an enduring organization.  

💺 Benefits & employee support: Without a strong, happy, healthy team we're not going to get much of anything done at Poggio Labs. With that in mind we offer a wide array of flexible benefits to our full-time employees. More up-to-date info here

  • Salaries benchmarked in top 25% 
  • Equity in Poggio Labs’ future success
  • 100% health, dental, ortho and vision insurance & FSA
  • 100% paid parental leave
  • 100% match 401k retirement plan via Guideline
  • $1200 life wellness allowance 
  • $3500 office & equipment stipend
  • Work where and when you want
  • Flexible vacations and paid holiday time
  • Company sponsored co-worker meetups & off-sites
  • No-red-tape expense account
  • Focus on diversity, equity, and inclusion

Working at Poggio Labs

Software engineers at Poggio Labs have autonomy to design and ship features from scratch. We automate as much as possible. We value curiosity, self-awareness, and collaboration as much as technical excellence.

As an early member of the of the backend team, you'll own building big pieces of our novel, data driven architecture together with incredibly bright and motivated peers.

What you'll work on

  • Building scalable cloud infrastructure
  • Serving data to modular applications
  • Designing APIs (GraphQL, REST)
  • Maintaining client libraries and end-user documentation
  • Developing batch and streaming data pipelines
  • Creating rule-based automation systems
  • Ensuring reliability, quality, and debuggability
  • Coaching other engineers on best practices for designing and operating reliable systems at scale
  • Owning large, technical projects, including integrating with different payment providers, working with cross-functional teams to create new data-driven products/services, or designing and implementing a scalable architecture

Our technology stack

  • Full-stack* Typescript
  • React
  • GraphQL
  • Postgres, BigQuery, Firestore
  • Firebase/Cloud Functions, Cloud Run
  • Airflow

* mostly

You'll thrive here if...

  • You have at least 5 years of professional software engineering experience
  • You have strong experience working with backend engineering teams on API design and integrations
  • Proven communication and collaboration skills working cross-functionally with other engineers, product managers, and designers
  • You're naturally biased toward action & impact
  • You're inclined toward growth
  • You collaborate well in an async environment
  • You're passionate about shipping great products

Compensation range

  • $155,000 - $210,000 + equity 
  • Questions about comp, don't be shy! Please reach out to our head of people, alisa@poggiolabs.com

Worried about not having any CRM experience? Don’t be! Our mission is to make customer relationship management (CRM) easier and more user-friendly for all! That’s why it’s important to bring people from diverse backgrounds and experiences together with our CRM industry pros. By blending many skill sets we can build a platform that powers intelligent relationships for customer-obsessed teams. 

Concerned you don't meet all the job requirements? At Poggio Labs, we consider our job postings to be a set of guidelines about what a position involves, not a strict list of requirements that any applicant must have. Please apply to the role even if you do not meet each one of the listed skills and experiences. Careers are individual journeys and we try to evaluate each application as such. Poggio Labs is an equal opportunity employer.

 

 

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