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Fullstack Developer (Reports)


Posted: May 16, 2019

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Headquarters: Remote
URL: http://www.groovehq.com

Groove is looking for a Senior Fullstack Developer to help us accelerate our pursuit of building the best damn customer support tools on the planet.

You may have heard of us from our Journey to $500K blog (in fact, we'd prefer if you have, or have at least read it before applying), or from seeing us in news outlets and blogs like TheNextWeb, KISSmetrics, Buffer, Copyblogger, Hacker News or elsewhere around the web.

We’re looking for someone to help us with the development of our reports product. We've put the time into talking with our customers and need your help to step on the gas.

What we need from you:

  • Minimum 5 years experience in fullstack development
  • In-depth knowledge of Ruby and Rails, as well as Javascript (in-browser and Node)
  • Deep understanding of MySQL and Elasticsearch
  • Working knowledge of React + Redux
  • Proficient understanding of git
  • Working understanding of statistics
  • Focus on performance and the necessary know-how to make both the frontend and backend fly
  • Location: US or EU

Nice to have:

  • Experience with Keen and/or Kafka

Experience working remotely is the only other requirement. You’ll be joining a completely remote team that knows it works best. Meetings are kept to a minimum and everyone is left to get things done. Familiarity with Slack is a plus, and advanced-level Giphy skills will take you far.

If you’ve helped a fast-moving team win before and are ready to do it again, we want you on board. Our work impacts thousands of businesses around the globe, and we have our sights (very publicly) set on massive growth goals. If you think you can help us get there and are ready to join the family, email our CEO at wewantyou@groovehq.com.

To apply: wewantyou@groovehq.com


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