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Product Engineer

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šŸŒ Worldwide

Product Engineer


Nomad List + Remote OK

šŸŒ Worldwide

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[Nomad List](https://nomadlist.com) is the most popular website for the fast growing movement of location independent remote workers. We have people from all the big tech companies, from hundreds of startups, and thousands of freelancers who use Nomad List every day to find places to live, work and travel to, and to meet like-minded people there.\n\n[Remote OK](https://nomadlist.co) is the most popular remote jobs board on the web with customers like Y Combinator, Stripe, Intercom, Airtable, Invision and Sketch relying on it for hiring the best remote workers from a worldwide pool of talent. You're on it now and you're the best!\n\nUntil now I ([Pieter Levels](https://twitter.com/levelsio)) have always done everything myself. To take off the load as a founder so I can take a break in 2021 after a years of non-stop working, and [do things a bit more properly](https://levels.io/deviance/), I've started to hire people to replace me.\n\nI'm looking to hire a Product Engineer. With that I mean a generalist software engineer focused on product outcomes rather than any specific part of the stack or language. You need to be more frontend focused than a typical programmer, and re-use any API or backend that exists to get the job done.\n\nThis is a full-time position.\n\n# Responsibilities\n- keep existing features working (we monitor most pages and API endpoints every minute)\n- fix bugs that might come up (we have live PHP/JS bug tracking)\n- build new features, that means coding the client side part of it (usually plain JS or w/ jQuery, but without fancy frameworks), and the back end side of it (usually plain PHP with SQLite)\n- ship fast and iterate based on customer feedback (right now we deploy CI/CD-style about 50 times per day)\n\n# Impact\n- you work on sites that get over 1.4 billion requests per year used by over 1 million people per month\n- you work directly with me (Pieter Levels) and learn how to ship fast with a laser focus on building what customers want while learning how to market those new features directly to an audience\n\n# You should be\n- autonomous and be able to figure things out for yourself, but I might go AWOL for awhile, so you need to make the best choices yourself how to fix something, or how to build a new feature\n- not wanting to do things the proper overengineering way with Kubernetes clusters and Docker and multi layered sharded databases to scale like in BigCo tech enterprise; doing things proper is good but making customer's happy is the #1 priority, quickly made scrappy code can always be refactored later if a feature starts making money, instead of proper code that took a long time to write for a feature that nobody ends up using\n\n# You'll work in a team with\n- a Site Reliability Engineer, who keeps the sites up\n- a Community Manager, who keeps the Nomad List community safe\n- a Customer Service Specialist, who keeps our customers happy\n\n\n\n#Location\nšŸŒ Worldwide


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