We're looking for an entrepreneurial Mid/Senior Fullstack Engineer to join ReferralCandy, a fast growing venture-backed SaaS startup based in Singapore.
You will be working on challenging problems in a results-focused work environment for a global product and an emerging brand. With millions of consumers involved in our referral programs, your work will have a significant impact from day one.
Our engineering team adopts Github flow, pull requests for code review and guided stand-ups with sprint boards. We share what we've learned in weekly code review sessions, sprint retrospectives and 1-on-1 sessions. We also play hard during our weekly Friday team events.
Here's how we manage the company: http://anafore.press/management
If you’re entrepreneurial, results-oriented and have a strong desire to compete & win, come talk to us!
As our Fullstack Engineer, you'll have the opportunity to:
* Lead major product feature development
* Drive infrastructure and architectural improvements
* Contribute to growing the engineering culture (PR code reviews, sprint retrospectives, engineering process improvements, tech sharing sessions, speaking at meetups)
* Explore and improve your skills in different layers of the stack (frontend UX, backend core tech, infrastructure scaling, devops automation)
We're specifically looking for someone with:
* A solid ability to architect and lead product feature development
* Experience in Ruby on Rails web stack and AWS infrastructure
* Knowledge of scaling SaaS architectures
* Bonus: familiarity with devops automation (we use AWS Opsworks)
ReferralCandy helps ecommerce stores increase sales by getting shoppers to refer their friends. Our SaaS app accelerates word-of-mouth referrals for online stores around the world.
We're combining our expertise in word-of-mouth marketing with emerging technologies to create a new form of advertising based on trust. Imagine if you were shopping for new headphones and you could easily, instantly and automatically know what your friends would recommend!
Did we also mention that Forbes magazine thinks we’re “exceptionally intelligent”? (They probably meant to say “exceptionally geeky.”) Our work has also gotten shout outs from places like the New York Times, HubSpot, and Adweek.
We enjoy good coffee, poker, whiskey, and constantly finding a better way to do things. On the rare occasion that diplomacy fails, we settle disputes with foam swords.