The Company:

The newest member of the WeWork family— is Teem, a leading software and analytics provider that gives enterprises the tools, data, and insights to help them optimize their spaces and unleash their team’s potential. In other words, insights and software to help us have better meetings and more productive days. We provide the software platform that many of the world’s most dynamic and forward-looking organizations use to improve the interaction between employees and their workplace, through meeting room scheduling, beacon and sensor technology integrations, and space utilization analytics and insights. We drive workplace productivity, efficiency and happiness for our incredible customers worldwide.

The Role:

If you are smart and eager developer with a track record of getting big things done and a passion for building great products, you would be a great fit on our team. We have a very fast paced, fun, and engaging opportunity waiting for you at Teem!

REQUIREMENTS

You’re a great fit if you...

  • Enjoy working with cool technology including AWS, mobile apps, iBeacons, sensors (and more)
  • Are intellectually curious about technology and passionate about learning new things
  • Enjoy mentoring and as well as learning from other team members
  • Are skilled at diving into code to find and fix issues, add new features and improve performance
  • Work well and communicate well with others 
  • Do well at understanding business needs and creating solutions to meet those needs
  • Are process oriented and are comfortable following an Agile software methodology
  • Know how to build high quality software and take ownership

And have these qualifications...

  • Strong experience with Swift
  • Experience with Objective-C
  • 4+ years experience in software development
  • React Native experience is a bonus
  • Strong mind for robust code design
  • Tools: Jira, Git, Slack
  • Location: Salt Lake City, Utah (willing to discuss relocation for the right candidate)

BENEFITS

  • Competitive paid time off
  • On site snacks
  • Occasional company catered breakfast/lunch
  • Onsite gym
  • Medical, dental, vision, life, and disability insurance. 100% of the premiums for individual coverage on both medical health plans are covered by the Company. For the dental and vision health plans, the Company pays a generous portion of the premiums. Life and disability insurances are fully paid by the Company.
  • HSA company contribution
  • 401K plan
  • Pre-tax commuter benefits
  • Access to all WeWork facilities, globally

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