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Carb Manager


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🌏 Worldwide
 
πŸ’° $100k - $180k

manager

 

javascript

 

vue

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Carb Manager is the #1 health and fitness app for people on low-carb, Keto, and other macros-focused diets, available on iOS, Android, and the web. Altogether, we've helped over 8 million people lose weight and achieve their health goals. Carb Manager is a top health and fitness app in the iOS App Store, with a 4.8/5 rating with over 400,000 five-star reviews. (We even have our own cookbook, available in paperback and Kindle!)\n\nThis is an amazing company to work for. We offer:\n\n* The convenience of a work-from-home lifestyle\n* The reach and impact of an established brand\n* The energy and dynamism of a startup\n* The stability of a profitable company with strong financials\n* A creative, entrepreneurial, friendly, and supportive culture\n* The ability to make a real, positive impact on the world\n* Highly competitive salary, health insurance, and generous vacation time\n\n**Responsibilities**\n\nWe're looking for an exceptional engineering manager to lead our development team of 8 full-stack devs. This role requires a unique mix of technical leadership, people management, and process development. \n\n**People Management:** \n- Manage the developers, including providing coaching and mentoring, periodic 1:1s, and more formal feedback\n- Set expectations, measure results, and maintain a feedback cycle\n- Provide guidance with career development\n\n**Process Management:** \n- Work with the product and marketing teams to develop the product roadmap, then break it out into actionable tasks\n- Provide detailed technical specs, hold planning meetings, and assign tasks to developers\n- Track progress, and course correct as needed\n- Run our stand-up meetings and ensure that everyone has the information they need to succeed\n- Assume the role of unblocker-in-chief\n\n**Technical Leadership:** \n- Be the principal software architect \n- Make strategic technical decisions about technologies to adopt (or remove)\n- Work with the developers to re/architect the frontend and backend codebase\n- Set and document coding standards\n- Participate in code reviews. And, time permitting, ship code yourself. :)\n\n**Skills**\n\nIn terms of specifics, we're looking for someone who checks these boxes:\n\n* Fluent in modern Javascript\n* At least 3 years of experience managing a software development team\n* At least 8 years of total software development experience\n\nIn addition, here are some desirable qualifications:\n\n* Extensive experience using Vue.js / Vue Router / Vuex\n* Has used Firebase services, or similar, including Firebase Auth / Firestore / Cloud Functions / Hosting\n* Experience with Node.js\n* Background in testing, including unit testing (Jest) and E2E testing (Cypress)\n* A pro at Git / Gitflow\nPrior work with a remote team\n* Contributions to the open source community\n* An interest in health, fitness, and wellness \n\n#Salary and compensation\n$100,000 — $180,000/year\n\n\n#Location\n🌏 Worldwide


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Oyster


closed
Gmt +/- 4
 
πŸ’° $90k - $140k

ruby

 

hr

 

mission

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Oyster is on a mission to remove the barriers to cross-border employment so that talented people around the world can build a great career no matter where they live.\n# A little about us\nWe're on a mission to unlock global talent by making cross border hiring easy. We want to spread great employment rights and benefits and help make them the norm for remote workers across the world.\n\nπŸ—Ί Remote working, flexible hours.\n⏱ Permanent, full time\nπŸ’΅ Competitive salary\n🍰 Early stage equity\n\nWe are a 100% distributed company building out our product offering in 2021. We’re well-funded and we’re assembling a great team to take us to the next level. We’re already a global company with team members in the UK, India, Germany, the USA, Spain, Finland, Latvia, Canada, the Lebanon, and Mexico.\n\nHiring people internationally is complicated – with interacting engineering, legal, financial, operations, and HR processes. We’d like to find people **who think this is as interesting a challenge as we do**.\n# The role πŸ‘©β€πŸ’»\n\n**Location**: Anywhere within timezone GMT +/- 4h.\n\nWe're an **inclusive** and **diverse** workplace, and welcome applicants from marginalized groups – the world over.\n\n### What you'll be working on\n\nYou'll be tech lead on one of our product teams, working on:\n\n- Hiring automation. Hiring a team member cross-border should be quick and frictionless, but there are too many barriers to that today.\n- HR tools. Companies are more and more building global, distributed teams, and they'll need the tools to enable them to work effectively.\n- Integrations. We are integrating payments providers so that employees and contractors all over the world can be paid quickly and conveniently.\n- The employee experience. We exist to help remote workers find great jobs.\n\n### Delivering projects to empower companies and remote workers\n\nAs a lead developer you will **own the technical delivery of significant projects**. That means understanding product goals and business context and applying that understanding to guiding a small team of developers to successfully implement new features, identifying risks and removing blockers.\n\nYou will play **a key role in our product and delivery process**. You will provide input to requirements and specification, you'll lead discussions on domain model design and implementation planning. And you will shape how developers working on the project work together to implement robust, maintainable code.\n\nThis is a coding role, so you'll be writing code, tests, and debugging issues, and will provide significant development work to the projects. You'll take the lead on applying high standards of code quality and development best practices.\n\n### Be a key part of our development team\n\nWe're a young team, you'll help shape our team's process and help us make technical decisions to make us effective and a great place to work as a developer.\n\nWe need you to support developers by answering questions and offering support when needed, or pairing on complex problems. Also we'd like you to be a named mentor for one junior developer.\n\nAnd to advance technical excellence at Oyster by researching new tools and practices, taking initiative on technical improvements and refactorings, and moving best practice forward through pairing, discussions in the team.\n\n# Experience and skills\nWe'd like to see:\n\n- at least 7 years experience as a software developer\n- expert use of Ruby, in addition to use of JavaScript\n- experience as tech lead of development teams\n- experience as principal or lead developer for large, complex software projects\n\nWe're also looking for\n\n- software architecture thinking, such as API design, database schema design, services and patterns for robust, secure code\n- experience participating in a product process from idea to delivery, including experience with DDD\n\n### Will this role be a great fit for you?\n\n- You thrive working in a team and being supportive of others.\n- You're confident about being the most senior developer on your team, and able to set your own high standards about software implementation.\n- You're flexible enough to switch between different modes of working, such as programming, technical design, mentoring.\n- You take initiative and ownership: moving projects forward.\n\n# What's it like to work at Oyster ❀️\n\nCheck out our public notion and see for yourself: [Welcome to Oyster!](https://www.notion.so/Welcome-to-Oyster-fc482e3f107c4afd8c85ed217f1d0c1d) \n\nHere are some pages you might be interested in:\n\n* [The Oyster Team](https://www.notion.so/cf6744e8f22243ce859f3632ec78baa7) \n* [Mission, Vision, Values at Oyster](https://www.notion.so/Mission-Vision-Values-at-Oyster-3d925cbe892f4e91a755af5fe28fbb02) \n* [Why Oyster is a Distributed Company](https://www.notion.so/Why-Oyster-is-a-Distributed-Company-6d63e15c1c5f4328aed1e36d6d14f7a7) \n* [How We Work Together at Oyster](https://www.notion.so/How-We-Work-Together-at-Oyster-a01d433b61964b6fa4c11e4cdf8d76c6) \n\n## Working on the Oyster development team\n\n### Our challenge\n\nAutomating processes to hire and manage people across 100 countries is hard. Doing so while creating a delightful experience for our users, with robust and maintainable software, and a customizable and flexible platform, is very, very hard. This is the challenge you'll be taking on if you come to work for Oyster.\n\n### Team info\n\n**Our team.** We have have a team of about 8 developers, 2 designers, 2 in product. We're growing fast.\n\n**Our technology**. Currently a GraphQL API running in Ruby and Rails, with React and ApolloClient in JavaScript on the frontend. We are running on Heroku.\n\n**Hours.** We have a daily Zoom standup at 12pm GMT. We need developers to normally have significant overlap (say, three to four hours) with the hours of 9am - 6pm GMT, but otherwise your working time is very flexible.\n\n**We use Kanban**, and have a monthly cadence of product investigation, delivery, and time for technical sustainability. (We're on Linear.app.) We have fortnightly retrospectives.\n\n**Team** We have weekly dev team meetings to discuss plans for the platform, where everyone is encouraged to bring topics, and regular brown bag lunch sessions are encouraged for developers to make presentations.\n\n**Hackathons and hack days.** We have monthly hack days for developers to work on things they are interested in, and quarterly multi-day Hackathons bringing in people from other parts of the business together with product and development.\n\n# Benefits\n- Flexible hours\n- 25 days holiday plus public holidays\n- Budget of $3,000 for your home office, including a new laptop.\n- Access to growing suite of employee benefits \n\n#Salary and compensation\n$90,000 — $140,000/year\n\n\n#Location\nGmt +/- 4


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CartHook


closed
πŸ‡ͺπŸ‡Ί EU

aws

 

mysql

 

docker

 

sql

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## Now Hiring: Remote Lead DevOps Engineer\n- πŸ‘ͺ Parental Leave\n- πŸ₯ Insurance Coverage\n- πŸ’‘ 5+ Years of Experience\n- 🌴 Flexible Time Off Policy\n-πŸ’Ό Professional Development\n- πŸ—Ί Anywhere in Eastern Europe πŸ—Ί (This will be a remote position preferably in Slovenia but we’re open to hiring the right talent remote anywhere in Eastern Europe)\n## Who We Are\nCartHook is the leading checkout and upsell platform for Shopify brands, and we’re growing. To date, our customers have processed over a billion dollars through CartHook and, as we pursue our mission to help eCommerce merchants thrive, we have some big plans for expansion. That’s where you come in.\nWe are a group of people who give a damn. We believe in doing what’s right and speaking up, even when it’s difficult. We pursue success, humbly.\nWe work on two continents, with offices in Portland, Oregon, and Ljubljana, Slovenia. However, we’re growing our remote teams, so you can live and work just about wherever you want, as long as it meets any role-specific location or time zone requirements (which are outlined below). Just make sure you have a reliable internet connection.\nWe bridge time zones and distance with thorough and transparent communication, and processes designed to empower and support each other. We’re a company of people from a variety of backgrounds, with a range of perspectives, which makes us stronger. We frequently work in cross-functional teams, and you’ll get to work with awesome people in all different roles in the company. We leave our egos at the door and value input and ideas from everyone at the company.\n## How We Work\n**Live Where You Want\n**\nWe’re a hybrid of co-located and distributed teams, so you can live and work just about wherever you want.\n**No Crazy Hours\n**\nWe’re all adults and we trust each other to manage our time appropriately. There’s no need to punch a clock, or ask for permission to take off early one afternoon to go see the doctor. We look at what you accomplish, not how long you are in front of a computer. We work hard and smart, but we’re in this for the long haul.\n**Responsible Time Off\n**\nWe want you to take time off; it makes you happier, healthier, and more productive. In fact, we have an unlimited time-off policy, plus two mandatory weeks for a holiday break in December/January. It’s important you take the time you need, whether you’re caring for your health, the health of a family member, or going on vacation. (We look forward to seeing pictures of your trip in #the-pub Slack channel!) Be mindful of Black Friday through Cyber Monday. That’s our merchants’ busiest time of the year, and we need all-hands-on-deck just in case.\n**Grow and Learn\n**\nWe aren’t satisfied with what we already know; we want to learn more and we want you to as well. Think conferences (when those are a thing again), online courses and resources, and dedicated time away to learn something new…it’s up to you and your manager. Let us know what you need.\n**Benefits\n**\nInsurance coverage: For our U.S. employees, we offer health, dental, and vision insurance. We cover 100% of your medical and dental premiums and 75% for vision. We also cover a percentage of the premiums for dependents. If our default plan isn’t right for you, there are other options available to fit your needs.\nParental leave: All parents who welcome a new child by birth, surrogacy, foster, or adoption are eligible to take 8 weeks of paid leave. All birth mothers are eligible for an additional 8 weeks of paid leave. New mothers will be able to have a flexible, soft re-entry coming back to work.\n401k Plan: Employees are eligible for a 401k plan provided by Guideline and integrated into our payroll system. Plans are funded by the employee.\n## The Role\nAs a Dev-Ops engineer, you will be working closely with the development teams to implement and support their continuous integration, in order to ensure stable and reliable releases of our platform. You will be responsible for developing and maintaining our container-based infrastructure, to improve the availability and resilience of our services. With your motivation and knowledge in the latest cloud technologies and provisioners like Terraform and container-orchestration softwares like Nomad and Kubernetes, you will be creating a scalable and resilient architecture for an Ecommerce stack.\nThis is a full-time, fully remote role. Ideally, you are located in a European timezone, but we are open to other timezones on a case by case basis\n## What we’re looking for\n- Advanced knowledge in cloud administration(required, minimum 3 years of experience)\n- Advanced knowledge of AWS, specially IAM, RDS; Cloudfront, S3, EC2 Autoscaling (Cloudformation), Lambda, ElastiCache, Elastic Load Balancing, VPC (required, 3 years of experience), EventBridge, Fergate, ElasticBeanstalk is a +\n- Good knowledge of SQL DB engines, optimization, and maintenance\n-- Redshift(1 year of experience)\n--Mysql(5 years experience)\n-- Aurora(3 year experience), clustering is a plus\n- Advanced knowledge of the in-memory databases(Redis)\n-- Experience with ElastiCache is a +\n- Advanced knowledge of Docker (3 years of experience),\n- Advanced knowledge of the container orchestration software like Nomad (required, 2 years of experience)\n- Advanced knowledge of Nginx + php-fpm stack\n- Understanding principles of laC (Infrastructure as a code) (required)\n- Advanced knowledge of provisioning tool like Ansible\n-- We use HashiCorp Tools (required, but can be a similar type)\n-- Advanced knowledge of Terraform from HashiCorp\n-- Advanced knowledge of the Vault from HashiCorp\n-- Advanced knowledge of the Consul from HashiCorp\n- Advanced knowledge of Cl/CD (e.g. Buildkite, Circled, Gitlab, Travis) (required, 8 years of experience), Buildkite is preferable\n- Basic understanding of service discovery(1 year of experience)\n- Proficiency in bash, shell languages(required, 5 years of experience)\n- UNIX/Linux system administration(required, 5 years of experience])\n- Experience with high performance systems(required, 5 years experience)\n- Experience managing large datasets, data replications, and data storage pools(2 years experience)\n- Experience with scaling infrastructure and migrations\n- Self-starter, proactive attitude\n## Bonus points\n- Kubernetes, etcd is a plus\n- Advanced knowledge of the AWS EKS\n- Data streaming services(Kafka, Cassandra)\n- Puppet, Chef\n- Knowledge of Apache\n- PHP\n- Laravel Framework\n- NodeJS\n- Python\n- Golang\n- PostgreSQL\n- Ecommerce knowledge\n- Scrum and agile development\nSo, are you game? If yes, let’s talk!\n\n#Location\nπŸ‡ͺπŸ‡Ί EU


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