Software Development Engineer (India)

Pro.com is a venture-backed, technology powered General Contractor in the home improvement, remodeling and new construction industry in the US. Headquartered in Seattle, WA, we are a rapidly growing and maturing company with the vision to be the most technologically savvy, convenient and reliable customer-centric provider of services for the home. We’re leading the future of construction with a tech-driven approach, relentless process refinement and an obsession with creating an excellent customer experience.

 

We foster a work atmosphere where highly motivated individuals can be truly innovative. The team enjoys a good challenge and we celebrate our successes together. If you enjoy working in a supportive environment that encourages creativity and promotes ownership and career growth, come and join us.

 

You’ll likely thrive here if:

  • You want to grow, and you're constantly finding small ways to improve all the work you and your teammates do.
  • You are driven and embrace open-ended challenges
  • You have a love of mentoring. You live by the philosophy that everyone has something to teach you and the ability to learn something new.
  • You have the ability and desire to work with a team of people solving complex problems that often require independent research.
  • You have excellent problem solving and critical thinking skills.
  • You move quickly, fail fast, prioritize & execute.
  • You have been the primary owner/developer of several components or features.
  • You will be expected to be versatile in your contributions.
  • You are able to contribute to different parts of stacks and make sure you can dive deep and pick up features written by others.

What you’ll do:

  • You will have the opportunity to Create, Design, and Implement new products, which do not yet exist that will help us better our company and industry.
  • You will be working on real projects that will be used. The work we do is heavily-leveraged internally by other teams within the company and by external customers.
  • You will work with design, stakeholders and business during inception and help kickstart an engineering project.
  • You will help understand the project scope, define tech scoping, estimating and planning delivery, work backwards, plan and work with engineers on delivering an iteration or sizable feature/project
  • Your focus will be on code quality, testability, extensibility, and maintainability
  • You would own infrastructure, maintenance and improvements to team owned codebases.

Technologies You'll Be Using:

  • Preferred experience
    • Some experience working with users and UIs leveraging modern JS frameworks like Angular, ReactJS, Vue.js, etc .
    • Exposure to developing customer facing UX and maintaining production applications
  • Required past experience writing services in modern server-side languages - Ex Node.js, Java, VM based languages, RoR, etc

Qualifications:

  • Minimum 3 years of software engineering experience developing and maintaining applications.
  • Minimum 1 year of UI development experience working on front-ends or fullstack applications
  • Strong in problem solving and programming.
  • Good in CS fundamentals.
  • Knowledge of system design and architecture
  • Preferred experience in distributed systems and service architecture.

Preferred Qualifications:

  • A Bachelors in Computer Science (or a related field) or equivalent experience.

Perks:

  • Competitive salary
  • Employer paid health insurance
  • Provident Fund contributions
  • Stock options
  • Open and sharing environment
  • Remote work friendly

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