Vise is a venture-backed fintech company focused on closing the financial access gap. Its technology platform automatically creates custom investment portfolios and strategies tailored to life goals, personal values, and the daily ups and downs of the market. With 2500+ client accounts under management, Vise has raised $128 million from investors like Sequoia, Ribbit Capital, and Founders Fund. The company is based in New York.
 
As a Senior Front-End Engineer, you will have the ability to leverage existing knowledge about modern Front-End frameworks to build a platform that displays and visualizes data as well as construct the UX for the system. You will have the ability to shape the design and structure of the product that will have a major impact on the team.
 
Our office is located in One World Trade in NYC. We support flexible remote and hybrid work arrangements. Our office is open with strict contact tracing and protocols for anyone who chooses to go in. In line with forthcoming local and federal mandates, we require all employees be fully vaccinated, per CDC guidelines, before engaging in in-person work or business related activities. We continue to monitor and follow state and federal Covid-19 guidelines to ensure the safety of our employees and communities

What you will own

    • Partner with our product & design team to design the user flows and features
    • Design and implement new UI features
    • Work with the data team to better display and visualize data to the RIAs
    • Work with the backend team to improve the API designs and implementations

What you will bring on Day 1

    • 5+ years experience working as a software engineer building highly performant web apps from concept to production
    • Using React on a regular basis in your work environment currently 
    • Have hands on experience with designing and building modern UI architecture at scale
    • Expert level use of JavaScript, HTML, CSS, & AJAX
    • Working knowledge to expert level in Node and Typescript
    • Effective interpersonal, communication, and collaboration skills with great problem solving abilities

These would be great to have, but we’re sure you can learn this on the job here

    • Financial background or previous work with financial data 
    • Experience with visualization libraries like D3, ChartJS, Highcharts, and others
    • Programming in Typescript and using Redux frameworks
Our stack: Postgres, Express, TypeScript, React, Redux, Node, AWS, and Python (backend)
 
Vise celebrates and embraces diversity and is committed to building a team that represents a variety of experiences, backgrounds, and skills. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, marital status, age, gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation, non-disqualifying physical or mental disability, national origin, veteran status, or other applicable legally protected characteristics.

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