About the role

WeWork TLV is looking for experienced and passionate software engineers that thrive in small, focused and highly collaborative teams. You will be working closely with our users, product, design, data, and engineering teams to not only develop, but define and execute projects. Strong communication skills and a desire to be involved in all aspects of the project life-cycle are a must. Problem-solving skills, thinking outside-the-box and dealing with ambiguity are skills that we value.

Our technology stack includes Ruby on Rails, NodeJS, React, React Native and Postgres but we are not dogmatic about it.

 

About Member Experience

The Member Experience mission is responsible for delivering technology that builds intelligent environments and connected, consciously-engineered communities for every space in the world. Our team is interested in increasing lifetime value, satisfaction, productivity, and building engaging community models in smart environments. We create delightful experiences that encourage connection and community.

As an engineer in Member Experience, you’ll be working closely with the friendliest users of all, our very own Community Managers (but not only), the heart and soul of each of our buildings.
You’ll be developing the platform and tools they use daily, empower them with data and insights and drive a world-class experience for our members.

 

Responsibilities

  • Lead the team to influence technology direction, steer technical decisions about infrastructure and architecture

  • Work closely and build a partnership with the product manager, product designer, and engineering manager to review requirements & designs, break down work and prioritize

  • Build scalable, performant, reusable & testable components

  • Utilize design, coding patterns, tools and frameworks and methods to help in effectively meeting cross-team objectives and the overall quarterly team goals

  • Research new technology,  build prototypes and write clean, maintainable code

  • Support and solve issues (process & system), identify the root cause, and actively implement balanced corrective actions 

 

Requirements

  • Deep experience in one or more backend languages (Ruby, Python, Javascript, PHP, Java, Go, C#, etc) or front-end frameworks (React, Angular, Vue)

  • Experience writing scalable, high-performance, instrumented and clean code.

  • Demonstrated experience developing web platforms using JavaScript/HTML/CSS (React or equivalent framework).

  • Minimum 8+ years of experience building highly available critical systems.

  • Experience in designing and developing platform level, reusable components, including event architectures, messaging and caching (JMS, ActiveMQ, Kinesis, Apache Kafka, etc).

  • Experience in overseeing and planning of engineering and product focused projects.

  • Experience driving technical excellence and engineering practices across teams.

  • Experience in demonstrating architecture skills at a multi-system level.

 

Personality

  • You have great communication skills

  • You want to work in a small, agile team

  • You mentor other developers when needed

  • You work hard and don’t need much oversight

  • You like variety in your projects

  • You want to be proud of what you do at your job

  • You care about your users and will do what it takes to make sure they are happy

 

WeWork Mission

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

 

Technology Charter

WeWork is creating a layer of technology to power our vision of “space as a service”. From identifying and designing a new location, to bringing that space to market in an elastic, easy-to-consume way, to seamlessly operating these spaces to delight our members, we are building state-of-the-art systems to automate, optimize, and improve the experience. The data we are collecting is being used to dynamically optimize utilization, pricing, even layout and form factor. This technology advantage has allowed WeWork to scale to 200+ buildings in 20+ countries and will be our rare advantage as the company continues to grow.

We are proud to foster a workplace free from discrimination. We truly believe that diversity of experience, perspectives, and background will lead to a better environment for our employees and a better product for our users.

 

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