🌿 Sagespot

Sagespot is where Celebrities and Creators host Book Clubs that are as entertaining and fun as the stories that they explore. We are backed by awesome investors like Khosla Ventures, and some of the world’s most notable humans like Tom Brady, Rory McIlroy and Larry Fitzgerald.

Everything we do at Sagespot is to support our Hosts or improve our members’ experience. Here is a look at the four guiding principles of Sagespot:

Create Uncommon

At Sagespot, we provide unique and uncommon experiences for our members through Book Clubs that are Hosted by truly uncommon individuals. People have so many options for what they can do with their time, only by standing out and offering something truly uncommon can we capture and maintain the interest of our members

Support Talent

Our Hosts are our greatest asset. We must prioritize their needs and work to anticipate and meet those needs before they are aware of them. By having a culture of empathy, understanding, and dedication, we strive to go above and beyond for our Hosts

Always Human

Sometimes amidst all the data, code, and feedback, people at startups forget that they are building something that needs to make a human’s life better. Always Human is a reminder that our job is to make our members’ experience on Sagespot as meaningful and human as possible

Build Tomorrow

We recognize the importance of continuous growth and innovation. We are on a never ending quest to delight the user, to Create the Uncommon and Support our Talent. As builders at heart, we strive to stay ahead of the curve and constantly Build Tomorrow

📚What You’re Doin’

  • Work with Head of Engineering and leadership to establish priorities and then architect and build out scoped work
  • Help lead the planning, architecture, and build of large-scale features and systems with scalability, stability, and security in mind
  • Manage codebase builds, resolve dependency issues, and implement CI tooling
  • Implement best practices and coding standards: Adhere to and promote industry best practices, clean code, and design patterns, while continuously improving code quality, maintainability, and testability
  • Work to continuously identify and solve problem areas as it relates to our product
  • Drive innovation and stay up-to-date with the latest technologies
  • Be a positive force in developing a culture of engineering excellence, ownership, and curiosity

🪞You

  • 6+ years of professional software development experience building large scale applications from 0 to 1
  • Computer Science or equivalent degree
  • Fluent in TypeScript or JavaScript
  • Experience with the following technologies/tools:
    • Node.js
    • GraphQL
    • AWS
    • PostgresSQL
    • Gitlab
  • You know what it is like at a Startup or fast paced environment
  • A builder with a “gets things done” attitude
  • Ability to effectively communicate and coordinate with technical and non-technical team members to deliver feature sets
  • Excellent attention to detail and desire to identify problem areas that we can iterate on to improve

🎁 Benefits

  • Healthcare Benefits (including Vision and Dental)
  • 401K
  • Unlimited PTO and sick leave

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