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*Before you start reading, keep in mind that the aim of this job ad is to give you a feel for what it’s like to work at Catapult. There’s lots of research that suggests people often don’t apply because of so-called “requirements” in a job description. If you’re experienced in React, Rails or Elixir and open to working across the stack, we’d love to hear from you! *\n\n**What you’re getting yourself into**\nOur mission is to build the world’s best, flexible job. We spend our time thinking about how to give a global workforce complete control of their own work life while automating the hundreds of thousands of man hours which would normally be required to manage people on this scale.\n\nWe do this using React & Typescript on the frontend backed up by GraphQL servers, some written in Ruby and Rails and some in Elixir and Phoenix.\n\nBusinesses ranging from the largest high-street retailers to five star hotels and independent coffee boutiques rely on Catapult as their casual workforce. If you’ve spent time in a large UK city, you’ve probably been served by a Catapult waiter or sales assistant without even realising it! \n\nWe’re well funded by some amazing investors, our product is live in over 100 locations across the UK and we’ve recently launched in Berlin making us the first and only pan-european player in this space.\n\nOur company values https://writing.joincatapult.com/our-values/ are really important to us and influence every facet of how we work together.\n\n**Things we’ve been working on recently**\nNo two days are ever the same in a startup, but to give you a flavour of what we’ve been up to recently:\n\n* Standardising on React, Typescript and GraphQL across our suite of applications\n* Using Kubernetes to automatically deploy standalone environments for our feature branches, complete with anonymised production data\n* Applying machine learning to the billions of data points we generate each year to completely obsolete the interview process\n* Preparing the entire Rails, Phoenix, React and React Native environment for Globalization\n\n**About Us**\nWe’ve been growing rapidly over the last three years and as we continue our international roll out, we’re looking for ambitious engineers to help us build the future of work. Our engineering principles https://writing.joincatapult.com/engineering-principles/ give a good feel for how we work together and what we value. \n\nWe’re a distributed, remote first engineering organisation with team members in Prague, Gdansk, London, Bristol, Bournemouth and Bangkok. We work in autonomous pods, each of which has ownership of one area of our business. We’re open to remote applicants from anywhere within the EU.\n\n**Benefits**\nAs well as being a part of a well funded startup at one of the most exciting phases of it’s growth, you’ll get:\n\n* Competitive salary + stock options + 25 days paid holiday per year (and a very permissive unpaid leave policy)\n* For every year you're at Catapult, get an extra day of paid holiday\n* A strong approach to professional development and mentorship, everyone has a dedicated L&D budget for books, training and the like\n* Several product retreats per year where the whole team goes on a team retreat, looks back on how we can improve and then spends a week or so hacking on new ideas and exploring new technologies\n* Regular social events & the opportunity to travel to our other offices\n* Company Macbook Pro and generous equipment budget to get your perfect setup\n* A flexible work environment focussed on output not hours\n* Unlimited books (any book, ebook or audio book you want, we'll cover it!)\n\n# Responsibilities\n No two days are the same, but you'll be working with a diverse, remote team following an agile, sprint based process. \n\n# Requirements\nWe're not big on fixed requirements but it's quite likely:\n\n* You're heavily product focussed, you love building and shipping things people will actually use and enjoy thinking about the user and their perspective as well as the technical solution\n* You really buy into the importance of getting things into the hands of a user quickly and then iterating\n* You actively think about when to incur technical debt and when to pay it back\n* You like to explore new technologies and have a keen eye for when something new can add real business value \n* You’re in favour of, but pragmatic about, automated testing. You like all production grade code to have good test coverage but understand when it may make sense to test MVP’s with a lower degree of test coverage\n\nWe generally look for “T shaped” engineers, people who are happy to work across the stack but have a particular leaning. We’re looking for a few different “leanings” at the moment so probably one of the following applies to you:\n\n* You’re passionate about building frontends in React, you’ve either worked with or want to work with React Native and if you’re not already a Typescript & GraphQL user, you’re excited for their potential to improve the way we build complex client applications\n* You’re an engineer but secretly love infrastructure and devops. You’re just as happy writing Ansible scripts, tweaking kubernetes or finding crazy new ways for CI to make our lives better\n* You’ve been getting deeper and deeper into Elixir and Phoenix over the last few years and as much as you enjoy Rails, you feel like Elixir just might be the future. You love explaining to people what a GenServer is and why it’s awesome\n* You’ve spent a lot of time working with data scientists recently, helping to embed the models they build in production systems \n\n#Salary\n$75,000\n \n\n#Location\n- EU Only

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Segment


Senior Product Engineer

Senior Product Engineer


Segment


react

typescript

node

golang

react

typescript

node

golang

1yr
**Overview:** \n\nAt Segment, we believe companies should be able to send their data wherever they want, whenever they want, with no fuss. We make this easy with a single platform that collects, stores, filters, transforms, and sends data to hundreds of business tools with the flip of a switch. More recently, we also developed the ability to let customers enrich their data in real time using computations they specify. Our goal is to make it easy to understand, extract value, and protect the integrity of data. We are creating a world where engineers spend their time working on their core product, letting us take care of the complexities of processing their customer data reliably at scale. We’re in the running to take over the entire customer data ecosystem, and we need the best people to take the market. \n\n**Who we are:**\n\nWe develop our product across a number of geographically distributed teams including San Francisco (HQ), Vancouver, and remote in the USA, each with a particular product feature focus area. From collecting data through analytics.js, to building powerful tools for data governance, to implementing algorithms that can handle complex billing scenarios at scale, to visualizing our customers’ data flow through our pipelines, to making complex implementations manageable for our large enterprise customers, to optimizing Sign Up conversion, our product teams are focused on creating fantastic user experiences. We're looking for talented engineers that are passionate about building world-class experiences that delight our customers.\n\n**What We Do:\n**\n* We enjoy building UIs in React so much that we created and open sourced our own component library: [Evergreen](http://github.com/segmentio/evergreen)\n* We believe in using the best tool for the job. We write customer-facing features using React, Node.JS and GraphQL. Our write-heavy traffic services are written with Go and leverage multiple data storage solutions.\n* We deploy our code multiple times per day.\n* We love conferences (one of our engineers spoke in 4 different countries last year!)\n* We love open source: https://open.segment.com\n* We’re proud of the code we write, but we’re not dogmatic about methodologies or techniques. We believe building the "right thing" is more important than building things "right". However, we take our customers’ dependence on our systems very seriously and strive to build highly performant and reliable software that are parts of our customers’ core infrastructure.\n\n# Responsibilities\n **Who We're Looking For:\n**\n* You can turn complex business requirements into working software that our customers love to use.\n* You're proud of the code you write, but you're also pragmatic.\n* You know when it is time to refactor, and when it's time to ship.\n* You're focused, driven and can get challenging projects across the finish line.\n* You're empathetic, patient and love to help your teammates grow.\n* You have experience running apps in production and take software engineering practices seriously. You write meaningful tests and understand the value of great logging, proper monitoring and error tracking. \n\n# Requirements\n**Requirements\n**\n* Able to work remotely in USA only \n* You can write both client side and server side JavaScript using the latest APIs and language features.\n* You have some familiarity with Golang or Elixir or are excited to learn it.\n* Minimum of 3 years of industry experience in engineering or some cool projects on GitHub you think we'll love to check out.\n* You provide a deep understanding of the complexities involved in writing large single-page applications.\n* You show evidence of exposure to architectural patterns of high-scale web application (e.g., well-designed APIs, high volume data pipelines, efficient algorithms).\n* You value teamwork and agree with the statement that “a team is a group of people who own each others’ decisions”.\n \nSegment is an equal opportunity employer. We believe that everyone should receive equal consideration and treatment. Recruitment, hiring, placements, transfers, and promotions will happen based on qualifications for the positions being filled regardless of sex, gender identity, race, religious creed, color, national origin ancestry, age, physical disability, pregnancy, mental disability, or medical condition.

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