Who we are ✨
 
Snackpass is building social checkout for restaurants.  We believe that in 5 years, restaurants will be entirely cashier-less.  Snackpass mobile order and kiosk are the next generation of the in-store customer experience, replacing traditional registers. We enable mobile ordering, group buying, and social rewards for users. On our platform, restaurants grow their brand by converting offline purchasers into digital followers, while saving on labor costs. 

At over $60m in annual GMV, Snackpass is one the largest social commerce platforms in the US, one of the fastest growing marketplaces, and a top 100 YC company.  We’re backed by Andreessen Horowitz, Y Combinator, First Round Capital, and Craft Ventures.  We are growing 7x YoY and we built this with a team of under 50 people.  And we’re just getting started.  The environment at Snackpass is high impact, fast paced, and empowering for everyone.  We are growing fast and looking for hungry and humble builders to join us in any of our hubs (NYC, SF, LA) or remotely.

Opportunity
 
While we’ve seen the rise of online delivery apps, delivery makes up less than 10% of the restaurant market. The rest — takeout and dine-in — remains offline, anonymous, and on the verge of disruption. There is a $600B opportunity to make offline takeout and dine-in transactions digital, self-service, and connected, and we’re leading this movement.
 
About the Role ✨
 
We are looking for an intern to join our unique internship program. You will be directly integrated into one of our squads and start building products and experiences that delight our customers.
 
What we're looking for 👀
  • Experience with modern JavaScript libraries and tooling such as React
  • Experience with architectural patterns of complex web applications (e.g., well-designed APIs)
  • Experience with SQL or NoSQL databases
  • Strong communication and interpersonal skills
  • Pursuing a BS/MS/PhD in a Computer Science or related fields
On a typical day you might ☀️
  • Build and deliver high impact initiatives that instantly increases value and delights customers
  • Work with a Squad to research, design, code, dogfood and ship roadmap features iteratively
  • Collaborate tightly with Product and Design team to ensure a high standard for aesthetic is maintained 
Projects you'll be working on 👷‍♀️

Projects you work on might be similar to those each of us have taken on in the past

  • Build the next generation of analytics and customer management for restaurants. Thousands of restaurants are going to run their businesses and manage their customers with the tools you build. You will be the reason they change their menus, the way they collect feedback from their customers, and the brain behind their staffing decisions.
  • Social commerce represents one of the largest untapped opportunities in the US. It brings incremental orders to restaurants and allows them to operate more efficiently. You will own two of our social commerce pillars; party mode, which lets users engage their friends in their orders for additional discounts, and following, which lets users personally interact with their favorite restaurants. They are the essence of Snackpass’s incredible consumer experience, and represent its most ambitious bets.
 

Snackpass is an equal opportunity employer and we value diversity at our company. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status. In fact, we are confident that the most inclusive and diverse teams accomplish the most extraordinary results.

 

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