Augment AI - Senior Software Engineer, Client (MacOS + iOS)

You’re looking for the opportunity to build and own something BIG. We’re looking for a pioneer who will join us in building a highly personal product that makes people more productive. We are operating in stealth and have recently raised seed funding.

As a senior engineer, you will help define and build Augment’s client applications on MacOS and iOS. You will craft experiences that are delightfully simple, beautiful, and useful.

You’re joining on the ground floor a team of 4, 3 of whom are deeply technical. Jordan co-founded Napster and built Cloudmark which filters spam from 19% of the Internet’s emails. Shu scaled Facebook’s Timeline to billions of users and led teams to ship first-of-its-kind camera experiences such as 3D Photos, Object Capture, and AR. Saurav founded and sold an online learning company while still in high school.

Take ownership and have an impact

You’ll work closely with the founders to define product strategy, technical architecture, and craft core experiences. And be empowered to take ownership, make decisions and get things done. Since we've together built multiple companies and successfully brought dozens of products to market and scale, we care deeply about our culture and craftsmanship. As an early employee, you will be part of building the company as well as the product.

Innovate new experiences

We’re all here because of a shared belief Augment is audacious, at the right time, and worth inventing. It’s not an incremental point-solution product where we take existing solutions and build a CRUD interface on top or copy a competitor.

While we’ve already solved many hard technical problems, our journey is just beginning. You must be a creative thinker who can abstract hard problems and build simple APIs and seamless experiences.

Here’s what we’re looking for. Does this sound like you?

  • Takes ownership and gets things done
  • Excellent communicator who thrives collaborating on a small team
  • Unparalleled attention to detail manifesting in both UX and code
  • Experience building client applications on MacOS or iOS
  • 5+ years of software development experience

 

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