Roadie, a UPS Company, is a crowdsourced delivery platform. Founded in 2014, Roadie works with consumers, small businesses and enterprises across virtually every industry to enable scheduled, same day and urgent delivery in passenger vehicles across the U.S.  With more than 200,000 drivers nationwide, Roadie reaches more than 20,000 zip codes – the largest local same-day delivery network in the nation. 

Our engineers work to create technology that solves real-world problems in the crowdsourced delivery space. As a Software Engineer on the backend team, you will work to build and evolve Roadie’s technical foundation in a fast-paced, agile environment.

What You’ll Do

  • Scale our backend frameworks to support new feature requests and performance requirements
  • Collaborate with broader Technology team to improve reliability of existing systems 
  • Writes and delivers reliable code through integration, test automation, and in-depth code reviews
  • Apply experience and knowledge of industry best practices to support and continuously improve the performance, efficiency, and maintainability of existing applications

Technology we're using now

  • Backend: Python, Ruby on Rails, Go
  • Postgres, Redis, Kafka, Redshift
  • AWS
  • Docker, Kubernetes
  • git, GitHub, Circle

What You Bring

  • 2+ years of software development experience
  • Degree in Computer Science or equivalent
  • Expertise in Python or Go preferred 
  • Demonstrated ability to learn new technologies quickly
  • Strong critical thinking and problem solving skills
  • Experience writing clean, stable and maintainable code in production environments

Why Roadie? 

  • Competitive compensation packages 
  • 100% covered health insurance premiums for yourself
  • 401k with company match
  • Tuition and student loan repayment assistance (that’s right - Roadie will contribute directly to your existing student loans!) 
  • Flexible work schedule with unlimited PTO 
  • Monthly 3-day weekends
  • Monthly WFH stipend 
  • Paid sabbatical leave- tenured team members are given time to rest, relax, and explore
  • The technology you need to get the job done

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