Full Harvest, a VC-backed, high-growth food tech startup based in downtown San Francisco, seeks an experienced full-stack Software Engineer to work alongside the CTO and together build out a cutting-edge B2B platform.
At Full Harvest, we are disrupting the agriculture space by solving farm food waste and bringing technology to a market where there was none. We are the first B2B platform connecting farms with food businesses to sell discounted, yet perfectly good surplus and imperfectly shaped produce that would have otherwise gone to waste. A huge environmental problem.
You’ll have the opportunity to work on many aspects of the product. Actually, you’ll work on all of it! We need someone with a proven track record of solving web, database, and back-end engineering problems. Most of all, you should share the love of programming.
At Full Harvest you’ll build a robust application at all levels, including:
• Implementing complex application flows in Ruby on Rails.
• Extending the data architecture and optimizing queries in PostgreSQL.
• Identify places for improvement; make them faster and more extensible.
• Work with Product, Design and the Business teams to solve problems.
Skills & Experience
Passion for Full Harvest’s mission plus:
• 2-5 years of Software Engineering experience in web technologies and back-end.
• You love to code, and you have worked with multiple programming languages.
• You enjoy a collaborative environment while driving projects to completion independently and creatively.
• You have a solid foundation in Computer Science (algorithms, data structures, software design)
• Experience with an object-oriented, scripting language (eg, Python, Java/Scala, Ruby, Perl, etc.)
• Love building new technologies that have the power to impact businesses day-to-day operations and change the way companies make decisions.
• Prior experience in Ruby on Rails, Unix/Linux and SQL is a big plus.
If this sounds like you, send your resume to email@example.com and let’s change the world!
Full Harvest is a B2B platform for farms to sell their surplus and imperfect produce to institutional food & beverage companies.