At Verishop, we're reimagining e-commerce to make online shopping the way it should be: curated, convenient and inspiring. In order to create a platform where brands can thrive and where millennials can shop and discover, we've assembled a highly skilled team with deep knowledge in online retail, e-commerce, online-user behavior and more. We're looking to add intrepid and talented individuals who are enthusiastic about having a role in building the creative strategy, team and culture from the ground up.  

The Team at Verishop:

We’re a lean, fast-growing team of passionate employees with diverse experiences and backgrounds, having worked at ecommerce companies, digitally native brands, the largest department stores, ecommerce platforms and even brick-and-mortar stores. We’re building out our technology, logistics and selection with the millennial shopper in mind – setting strategy, building product, curating brands and helping drive the customer experience.

We are a collaborative, entrepreneurial environment where every member of the team is a business owner – we want you to have a seat at the table because every opinion matters here.  We are building a team of creatives, strategists, creative problem solvers, data analysts and more. We want our employees to be inspired every day they come to work and that starts with the people around them.

Our passion is to create a better experience for our customers and our brands and we hope you will join us on that journey. 

About this role:

As a full-stack software engineer at Verishop, you will build product features to drive user growth for Verishop.

What you’ll do:

  • Full stack web/backend development with a variety of languages including but not limited to TypeScript, HTML, Python and etc.
  • Drive the end-to-end development of user-facing products. 
  • Build reliable backend systems. 
  • Work closely with design teams to define feature specifications and build products.

Qualifications:

  • Enjoy being a generalist working across both frontend, and backend, and anything it takes to solve problems.
  • Have 3+ years of experience building scalable web applications.
  • Have 2+ years of experience building backend services.

 

At Verishop, we are committed to creating a team of diverse backgrounds and identities and we are proud to be an equal opportunity employer. We do not make hiring or employment decisions on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, disability status or genetic information, in accordance with applicable federal, state and local laws.

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