RentPath (a division of Redfin) is a disruptor with top technology, focused on simplifying the rental experience and creating digital marketing solutions for the rental industry. We help upgrade customer reviews, manage community reputations through social channels, and provide expert email marketing solutions with a product suite that is unseen in our industry and so much more. With over 15 million monthly unique views, we’re taking the industry by storm.

We are looking for Sr React Engineers (Open to Remote)who are passionate about creating intuitive solutions that make sense and “feel” right to the end-user. We need Engineers who want to develop creative, efficient solutions that imbue millions of users with delight and a natural understanding of their rental choices through our network of websites and applications. This role will report to a Director of Engineering and will be responsible for the mentorship of more junior engineers.

In primary service to RentPath’s consumer product teams, the React Team is responsible for ensuring that the architecture of all RentPath’s software application frameworks are maintainable, extensible, modifiable, and reusable. This front-end engineering team brings a level of experience building software, launching products, and a solid base of computer science acumen.

The team is open to Remote. Our Engineers are spread across the US, so no matter where you work – we can connect with you and get the job done.

A Day in the Life

The Sr. React Engineer will be expected to consistently deliver outcomes in the following:

  • Product team effectively achieves product feature goals, as a direct result of the solutions produced by the engineering team
  • RentPath has bug-free and performant website(s) that are rapid, user-friendly and produce high-quality leads for our customers
  • The Director of Engineering is kept consistently abreast of challenges and bottlenecks that they are experiencing and/or anticipating, and the right matters are escalated.
  • Has a reputation for being helpful, knowledgeable and productive; able to rapidly execute product vision, and for shipping versions of products that solve problems 
  • Rentpath maintains a competitive advantage through the adoption and use of modern technology
  • Features are rolled out across a portfolio of products at once
  • Employees are continuing to grow through mentoring

What do we need from you?

Solid web development experience building and launching products using modern SPA front-end techniques

  • Experience working alongside a multi-engineer team, has experience architecting and implementing consumer-facing software
  • Thorough understanding of web programming: expertise in HTML5/CSS/JS
  • Thorough understanding of React
  • Understanding of responsive design and cross-browser compatibility
  • Experienced with version control system (Git, preferably)

Still interested? Upload your resume and a Recruiter will check it out as soon as possible.

A Few of our Perks and Benefits

  • Immediate 401k match
  • Generous PTO and Paid Holidays
  • Paid volunteering days
  • Medical, dental, vision plans
  • Paid maternity and parental leave
  • Flexible spending accounts
  • Employee discounts
  • Covered parking or Marta stipend (for Atlanta HQ - based employees)
  • On-site gym (for Atlanta HQ - based employees)

Still interested? Upload your resume and a Recruiter will check it out as soon as possible.

Why Choose RentPath?

We’re a place where you can make an important difference, from day one. You’ll work with smart, diverse, and unpretentious people, as we help renters find and enjoy their ideal home. The challenge of leading our digital transformation has attracted talent from leading companies like Google, Microsoft, and Expedia. Will you be next?

 

 

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