Radvocate is looking for a founding engineer to own the development and buildout of our platform and take our customer-facing and internal solutions and tooling to the next level.
Our mission is to give individual customers superpowers to take on big service providers like Comcast and AT&T and win. These companies have used recent legal decisions to eliminate class action lawsuits by mistreated customers, and we give these consumers a voice by making the consumer arbitration system accessible and effective.
We're a team with a passion for solving hard problems and encouraging positive social change, looking for a full-stack developer with the same priorities.
We have already helped hundreds of customers win compensation, and received pre-seed funding from a top legal tech impact investor.
Our founders come from backgrounds in both law and technology (Harvard Law, Stanford Law, M&A at Cravath, Product at LegalZoom, Analytics at Lyft).
We are looking for an individual to help define and develop tools to assist our customers and attorney partners in pursuing their cases efficiently and effectively. The role will involve a mix of front-end and back-end development as well as product instinct and customer empathy.
This is a significant opportunity to shape our technical approach and infrastructure, and the role itself. Over time you can help us define our product strategy as we explore additional arenas such as data products and AI-driven legal assistance.
If this could be a fit for you, please drop us a line to continue the conversation.
Radvocate is designed to give customers super powers.
How? We've started by taking on the consumer arbitration process. Companies like AT&T and Comcast use this process to prevent mistreated customers from suing en masse (class actions), but we build tools for individuals and attorneys to use it to the customer's advantage.