About Sharebite

Sharebite is the leading food ordering platform built for companies to feed their employees. Our platform allows their employees to place meal orders with their favorite restaurants while helping to combat food insecurity in local communities.  Every meal ordered on Sharebite results in a meal donation through local partners like Feeding America and City Harvest, and to date, we have donated over 4.2 million meals. 

Being well fed is an essential ingredient for employee wellbeing, team performance, and company culture. Join our team and help bring do-good, feel-good eating to the world.

About the Role
You will be tasked with solving interesting technical challenges such as architecting and developing API that can perform at scale, developing internal tools, architecting scalable infrastructure and maintaining software used to serve hungry employees at our clients.

  • Work with the product lead on prioritizing roadmap and resolving issues
  • Investigate and fix a production issue
  • Perform code reviews and test new features
  • Review code to assess technical debt and plan refactor to address it
  • Mentor other engineers on your team
  • Review performance metrics, identify and solve a scaling bottleneck in a critical service
  • Design a new feature/product architecture
  • Deploy a new feature to production, progressively rolling it out with feature flags
  • Plan the most important projects to work on next

Required Skills & Experience

  • You have been building applications for 5+ years and have an in-depth understanding of tech frameworks
  • You have significant experience using Python/Django
  • You have managed a team of software engineers
  • You have architected, built, and operated applications to solve problems at high scale
  • You want to work in a fun, fast-paced and high-growth environment
  • You understand the software development lifecycle and have experience building client- and customer-centric SaaS products
  • You have experience doing Agile Development
  • Sharebite highly values access and inclusivity, disabled candidates encouraged to apply.
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Preferred Skills & Experience

  • You have familiarity with Django, MySQL, Elastic Search, Redis, AWS, Angular, PostGRE, React and other frameworks
  • You have experience working at a SaaS company
  • You've contributed to the Open Source community and have experience working with open source technologies

If you're excited by the opportunity to represent a fast growing, mission-driven startup, we'd love to talk with you!

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