Software Engineer (Javascript/Web/Mobile)

Pushpay exists to bring people together by strengthening community, connection, and belonging.  As the leading provider of mobile apps and giving technology to churches, schools, and nonprofits, Pushpay helps organizations and their communities stay connected anytime, anywhere.

About the Team: 

Our team is challenged with scaling, enhancing, and maintaining modern world class engagement and payment experiences through web and mobile.  We want to grow our team with inquisitive people who are passionate about their craft. As well as being surrounded with other dedicated and talented software engineers and teams, we provide an environment that promotes open discussion about approaches to solve complex problems, and encourages engineers to learn new technologies and techniques.

Pushpay is a high-growth SaaS business that is spread between Redmond, WA and Auckland, New Zealand. Software Engineers, Quality Assistance and Analysts work closely together where we continuously deliver value with software deployments several times a day.

About the Position: 

Do you live and breathe mobile, web or backend Javascript development? Do you love engineering fast and beautiful user experiences? Come and work with us if you want to be part of creating a best-of-breed product which helps users engage with their communities.

On a daily basis, you will work on a distributed system, hosted in AWS and written in Node.js that drives mobile app creation, content management, and publishing pipelines for both iOS and Android apps.  You will maintain and enhance a front-end web application written using React (with Redux/Flux) that facilitates end-user customization of app content and management of releases by staff. Last of all, you will work on implementing new features for our mobile app platform, writing Javascript in React Native, and occasionally Java, Swift, or Objective C for low level device integrations.

We are looking for a Software Engineer with server-side JavaScript experience in Node, or someone with substantial experience working on a single-page-application of size.  Bonus points if you’ve also been involved in writing back-end systems in another language. We are looking for someone who is comfortable writing asynchronous JS code using callbacks and/or promises, and who is interested in learning and working with new technologies.

This position is located in Redmond, WA


  • 3+ years of software engineering experience
  • Highly proficient in JavaScript
  • Communication skills for a highly collaborative software development process
  • Practical commercial experience with Node, React, or React Native
  • Writing maintainable and testable JavaScript code
  • A pragmatic approach to delivering modular, scalable code
  • Be a happy, positive-minded and kind person
  • Have a personal commitment to continuously learn and improve
  • Ideally,  you also have hands on experience building systems that run on Amazon Web Services

Additional Benefits:

  • $3,000 annual training/conference allowance
  • Bringing together exceptionally talented colleagues
  • Pre-authorized budget for gear

Please note: 

We are unable to provide Visa transfer/sponsorship at this time.  Applicants must be legally authorized to work in the USA                                 without sponsorship for employment / visa status (e.g., H1B status)

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