At SpotOn, we’re helping restaurants and small businesses compete and win with flexible payment and software technology—backed by real people who really care. From seamless point-of-sale systems to integrated restaurant management solutions, every SpotOn tool is designed to help local businesses increase profits and create better experiences for their customers and employees.  

Recently, SpotOn was:

  • Named one of Fast Company’s Most Innovative Companies of 2024
  • Awarded Great Places to Work and Built In’s Best Workplaces for the third year in a row
  • Selected as the Best Overall Restaurant POS by NerdWallet 
  • Rated the top-rated point-of-sale (POS) for restaurants, bars, retail, and small businesses by Capterra users

We’re committed to caring hard and moving fast so that we can continue to grow and make a positive impact together. 

That’s where you come in. 

We are looking for a Senior Software Engineer to design strong solutions and implement features within restaurant payment processing. Must excel in Golang and JavaScript, with React knowledge preferred. In this role you'll drive end-to-end feature development and deployment of the code between a customer swiping their credit card and our payment gateway. We are doing this with a  Data-driven mindset using tools like Datadog for metrics and dashboard creation. We collaborate across teams and hope to bring someone in that enjoys mentoring junior engineers in the best practices of Golang and their careers in general. This is an amazing opportunity to innovate payment solutions and enhance user experiences. Join us in revolutionizing restaurant technology within a dynamic, collaborative environment.

Due to the nature of our upcoming work a successful candidate must have in production experience with Golang. If you haven't used Go for API development we will not be able to consider your candidacy at this time.

Responsibilities: 

  • Implement new features and fix bugs in Golang, React and JS frontend
  • Write MongoDB migrations
  • Review work from your teammates (Code Review)
  • Demo work to stakeholders
  • Participate in refinement, retrospectives, and stand-ups
  • Serve in on-call rotation for in 1 week shifts
  • Troubleshoot production issues
  • Assist other engineers (including mentorship of more junior engineers)

Qualifications: 

Research shows that women and members of underrepresented groups tend to apply to roles only when they check every box on a job description. We encourage you to apply if you meet the majority of qualifications and if this role is aligned with your career trajectory.

  • 5 years of full-stack software development (Go and Javascript a must, preference for React)
  • 2 years of development experience with MongoDB
  • 2 years of experience working with Typescript
  • Experience with PostgreSQL
  • Good command of spoken and written English
  • Previous experience working in a small, fast-paced, agile team
  • Comfortability pushing back on obstacles and voicing concerns

Nice to haves:

  • Familiarity with credit card processing
  • Android / Kotlin experience
  • Experience leveraging GitHub Actions for deployments
  • Experience working with Terraform
  • Restaurant experience (server, host, cook…it helps to know the folks our software supports!)

Compensation:

  • Our base pay range is $145,000 -$190,000 for this role
  • Please note the salary range listed is just one component of a competitive compensation package which includes a company stock plan
  • Offers will be reflective of the candidate’s location and experience.

Benefits:  

At SpotOn, we put people above everything else. We’re known for our innovative software and technology solutions, but we stand out because of the hard-working humans behind the tech. We can’t take care of our clients without taking care of our employees first, and that’s why we invest in you with a competitive benefits package which includes:

  • Medical, Dental and Vision Insurance
  • 401k with company match
  • RSUs
  • Paid vacation, 10 company holidays, sick time, and volunteer time off
  • Employee Resource Groups to build community and inclusion at work
  • Monthly cell phone and internet stipend
  • Tuition reimbursement for up to $2,000 per calendar year to assist with your professional development

The base salary range listed will vary depending on location and experience.

Base salary range
$145,000$190,000 USD

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