About Snap! Mobile, Inc: 


Snap! Mobile has been proudly supporting programs around the country with simple and dependable services since 2014. Snap! Raise has brought in over $700 million dollars for over 100,000 groups and teams through over 12.5 million participants and donors. In addition to the Snap! Raise fundraising platform, Snap! Mobile further supports schools, groups, and teams with its other brands Snap! Spend (money management tools), Snap! Store (spirit wear), and Snap! Manage (integrated scheduling, communication, and registration platform).

About Us:

Our applications are built primarily using Node.js, TypeScript (Vue.js), and Postgres, with some legacy systems on Ruby on Rails, Python, and MySQL (RDS). We utilize AWS and deploy to production on average 10 times per day. We are focused on Continuous Delivery and CI/CD pipelines. We value being agile over doing "Agile."

This is a Full-Time, Remote position.

Our Team Values: 

Team Work • We support and help one another to achieve our goals together 

Curiosity • We push ourselves to always learn and improve 

Initiative • We take ownership of our work from start to finish 

Drive and Urgency • We motivate ourselves and those around us to push forward  

Honesty • We value direct, open, and respectful communication 

Integrity • We do as we say; We keep our commitments


Senior Software Engineer, Snap!

The Senior Software Engineer will help build out our vision through the development and ownership of our frontend and backend systems for our Snap! products. The frontend system is built using React and GraphQL and connects to the backend via our API Gateway. The backend system provides an internal API within the platform. This role requires understanding of both Front End to Back End development. 70% of the time is dedicated to building and improving customer interactions with our product. 20% of the time is dedicated to planning, documenting, and working with various domains. 10% of the time will be dedicated to helping other developers and strengthening a positive team culture.


  • Build high performing UIs
  • Build unit tests to ensure quality of work

  • Build GraphQL APIs within the product layer and integrate with our API gateway

  • Build unit tests to ensure quality of work

  • Contribute to product documentation with product managers

  • Document endpoints as needed, including writing self documenting code

  • Support existing APIs

  • Provide suggestions on roadmap priorities and improvements

  • Work with developers from across the organization to understand and document their challenges

  • Estimate internally in the dev pod to develop a timeline the pod is able to commit to Own service change management and uptime

  • Provide technical and architectural guidance to more junior developers

  • Pair program with more junior developers to help drive projects across the finish line Follow technical best practices and standards

  • Maintain a positive and respectful culture



  • 5+ years of professional experience building React applications, building APIs utilizing NodeJS and/or Typescript
  • 4+ years of professional experience working in a team to achieve goals together (no lone ranger / hero type)

  • 3+ years experience working with Jira to document and break down development work

  • 2+ years of professional experience building GraphQL APIs

  • Associates Degree in Computer Science or similar field OR equivalent work experience

  • Clear understanding of the full lifecycle of software development

  • Strong understanding of security best practices, and the ability to deliver quality development work

  • Strong communication and writing skills Understanding of event driven systems a plus

  • Our Primary Tech Stack

  • NodeJS, JavaScript, TypeScript

  • ReactJS frontends and VueJS frontends WebComponents via StencilJS

  • GraphQL APIs + GraphQL Federation via API Gateway Kubernetes, Docker, Helm

  • Github CI/CD with a Continuous Delivery Model Postgres, Redis, DynamoDB, Kafka

  • AWS Cloud Services

  • Distributed Service and Frontend Architecture


Snap! Mobile is proud to offer the following benefits:

  • Medical, Dental, Vision
  • 401K with a 4% match from the company

  • 13 Paid Holidays

  • Unlimited PTO 



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