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Principal Full Stack Rails Engineer Managerclosed
Principal Full Stack Rails Engineer Manager
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\nAt Stitch Fix, our goal is to help our customers look great and feel great about themselves by revolutionizing how people shop. In a time-starved world where shopping often feels overwhelming, our business connects customers to clothes they love. Whether it’s helping someone dress for success at a new job or taking the stress out of packing for a family vacation, we fix clients’ closets – and they love us for it!\n\nWe’ve built unique, innovative software for merchandising, warehouse and inventory management, remote styling, and logistics. We leverage vast amounts of client data to make decisions throughout the company. All of this results in a simple, powerful offering to our clients and a very successful business. We believe we are only scratching the surface of our opportunity, and we’re looking for incredible people to contribute!\n\nAbout the Role\n\nProduct is our primary concern. We hire engineers with great Product instincts because we are also the Product team. Building great software is a collaborative effort, so we work directly with stakeholders in the business. We deliver products & solutions—not features—because we understand how Stitch Fix works and are trusted to focus our time and effort where they are needed most.\n\nWe are looking for an experienced principal full-stack engineer who has built or worked heavily on a couple of Rails applications and has some other MVC framework experience. You want to help lead a team to success.\n\nYou love talking to your clients & users about what you can build for them. You are interested in how Stitch Fix works as a business, not just in the technology, and you would like a chance to make it work even better.
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