Team Rubicon (TR) is seeking a Specialist, Full Stack Developer II. The Full Stack Developer II will work alongside the rest of the Technology Department to build and update custom tools and products to enable Team Rubicon’s mission on a daily basis. This will require the ability to collaborate, plan, and execute as well as demonstrated skills in software design and implementation. The Full Stack Developer II will be responsible for advanced configuration, development, implementation, testing, and deployment of web-based applications, business intelligence solutions, and integration of applications and data. 

Evey day will be a challenge, but every month brings new opportunities for an organization that is quickly becoming a household name in disaster response. This position reports to TR’sManager, Business Applications and is based out of TR’s National Headquarters in Los Angeles, CA or remote within the United States.


  • Software Development: Design, develop, and maintain scalable web applications using .NET Core, Angular, and SQL technologies. 
  • Frontend Development: Implement user-friendly interfaces and user experiences using Angular framework, HTML5, CSS3, and JavaScript. 
  • Backend Development: Create robust APIs and backend services using .NET Core framework for seamless integration with frontend components. 
  • Database Management: Design and optimize SQL database schemas, write complex queries, and ensure data integrity and security. 
  • Code Reviews and Testing: Participate in code reviews to ensure code quality, conduct unit tests, and contribute to the overall software testing process. 
  • Documentation: Document technical specifications, architectural designs, and code implementation details for future reference and collaboration. 
  • Collaboration: Work closely with cross-functional teams including UI/UX designers, product managers, and QA engineers to deliver high-quality software solutions. 
  • Problem Solving: Troubleshoot and debug issues, identify bottlenecks, and implement effective solutions to optimize application performance. 
  • Continuous Improvement: Stay updated with industry trends, emerging technologies, and best practices in software development. Propose and implement process improvements to enhance team productivity and software quality. 

Experience and Background:

  • Minimum of 3-5 years of professional experience in software development. 
  • Strong understanding of software development principles, design patterns, and best practices. 
  • Experience with version control systems such as Git and collaborative development tools like JIRA. 
  • Familiarity with RESTful API design and implementation, as well as microservices architecture. 
  • Soft Skills: 
    • Excellent communication and collaboration skills with the ability to work effectively in a team environment. 
    • Self-motivated with a proactive approach to learning and skill development. 

Special Requirements: 

  • This is a full-time, hybrid role based in Los Angeles, CA (with the potential to be a remote role based anywhere within the United States) and provides a flexible & non-traditional work schedule (relocation expenses not provided).
  • This role also Evening and weekend schedule supporting operations and tech team [Additional requirements such as evening/weekend schedule requirement and local/other travel requirements].
  • Travel: At least 15% travel for in-person design sessions and meeting with stakeholders.

Job Type:  

  • Full-time, salary, exempt 

Job Tier:  

  • Specialist 

Pay Range: 

  • $80,514.00 – $137,241.60 per year 

Cultural Principles:   

  • Mission First, Greyshirt Always: Anyone joining TR must understand that our mission to provide disaster response comes first 
  • Step into the Arena: TR needs leaders who aren’t afraid to dare to be great  
  • Everyone Has A Role Know It: Ability to successfully navigate a fast-paced, high-growth environment and solve problems in the face of ambiguity 
  • GSD: We are entrepreneurial, resourceful and determined no matter how chaotic the situation 
  • Change Your Socks: We take care of ourselves and each other so we are best equipped to serve those in greatest need 
  • Adults Only: Every team member is an adult until proven otherwise 
  • Your Mother’s A Donor: Every leader must be committed to fiduciary responsibility, transparency and financial stewardship 

Perks of the Team:   

  • Unlimited Flexible Paid Time Off  
  • Generous holiday schedule (including a paid week off between winter holidays)  
  • Matching 401k contributions up to 4% with no vesting requirement 
  • 100% company-paid health benefits for employees and their dependents  
  • Professional development, leadership development and events/conferences 
  • Paid time off to volunteer with the non-profit of your choice 
  • One-week all-inclusive onboarding experience 

The health of our staff and volunteers is a top priority for Team Rubicon. We require all new employees to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 or to obtain an approved exemption as an accommodation. If you are not willing to be vaccinated, your offer will be rescinded unless Team Rubicon approves a valid exemption and reasonable accommodation for qualifying religious or medical reasons (or for other categories protected by applicable law. This policy is intended to comply with all state and local laws, including all applicable equal employment opportunity laws. 

Learn more about Team Rubicon: 

Team Rubicon is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to not only including but actively seeking out a diversity of lifestyles, experiences, perspectives, and voices in order to foster inclusion, growth, and innovation. Your candidacy will be considered without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, or veteran status. 

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