WeWork is the platform for creators, providing hundreds of thousands of members across the globe space, community, and services that enable them to do what they love and craft their life's work. Our mission is to build a world where people work to make a life, not just a living, and our own team members are central to that goal.

We are building software for physical space that uses data and technology at each point in the building process, such that it can make better sourcing decisions, improve its designs, build faster and smarter, and ultimately improve the lives of the people working within its buildings. Our state of the art technologies and dedication to technological innovation are key reasons why WeWork has been able to scale from operating one workspace location to more than 210 in just over eight years.

The mission of Real Estate & Development (“RedTech”) is to enable our teams across real estate, architecture, design, construction, and project management with the most up to date technology. Our technology allows for a better ability to source new deals, close those deals, design and build more efficiently, and manage the construction process end to end. We're supporting the core business here in RedTech and would love to have you on the team!

 

Responsibilities

  • Act as a systems designer, leading designs of major software components, systems, and features owned by the team.
  • Represent a squad and be a go-to person for a large area of technical expertise.
  • Set and drive OKRs, and drive sprints for a squad given strategic or functional direction.
  • Utilize design, coding patterns, tools and frameworks and methods to facilitate in effectively meeting the team sprint objectives and the overall quarterly team objectives.
  • Drive feature development end-to-end and deliver large projects at quarterly level.
  • Drive POC activities, initiation of new frameworks or services while taking hands-on role in execution.
  • Active partner with product, design, and peer engineering leads and managers.
  • Regularly give actionable feedback to team members, peers, and mentees.
  • Have indirect influence beyond functional boundaries, such as with product on technical feasibility and roadmap, or with test engineering on tooling and execution needs.
  • Align co-related systems across squads on common API patterns, practices, or other instrumentation.
  • Motivate engineers on the squad to join or focus on set of initiatives.

Requirements

  • Bachelor degree in Computer Science (or relevant experience, master degree preferred).
  • Minimum 6+ years of experience building highly available critical systems.
  • Experience in demonstrating architecture skills at a multi-system level.
  • Experience writing scalable, high-performant, instrumented and clean code.
  • Demonstrated experience developing web services using Java (Kotlin, Spring MVC, Spring Boot is a plus).
  • Demonstrated experience developing web interfaces using HTML/JavaScript/CSS (React or equivalent framework, TypeScript is a plus).
  • Demonstrated experience with relational databases such as MySQL or PostgreSQL.
  • Deep understanding of Amazon Web Services including ECS, CloudFormation, IAM, RDS, etc.
  • Experience designing and developing platform level, reusable components, including event architectures, messaging, and caching (JMS, ActiveMQ, Kinesis, Apache Kafka, etc).
  • Experience working on teams with heavy emphasis on DevOps, Automation, CI/CD, and Quality (Jenkins, Docker, Artifactory, etc).
  • Experience working in an Agile development environment.

 

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