Software Engineer, Product

San Francisco, CA

The Role: 
We're a young company looking for ambitious engineers to help us build great product. With both user base and revenue increasing every month - all we need is you.
Our current stack is React / Redux / Relay on the front-end and GraphQL / Node on the backend. This role will focus primarily on the front end but ideally you’d also be comfortable working on all parts of the stack. While existing Javascript experience is highly desirable, we are truly looking for engineers who are passionate learners, willing to pick up whatever is necessary along the way. With plenty of room to grow and significant ownership over your work, we’re offering the opportunity be one of the founding engineers of Lattice and help define the future of our product and business.

Because our team is small, you’ll be given lots of responsibility and opportunities to impact in the overall architecture. You'll work with the team to build company changing features as well as be a decision maker in what direction we take both the code and product.

Day-to-Day Responsibilities

    • Build onboarding experiences for new customers customized to which product they try first.
    • Integrate Lattice with other tools companies already use, like Slack, Zenefits, and Namely.
    • Creating visualizations to allow people see how their personal, team, and company goals all connect with each other.
    • Develop a flow to let company leaders easily set up goals at the start of each quarter, and evaluate how these goals went at the end.
    • Come up with and implement a standard style guide across our product.

Our Ideal Ideal Candidate has:

    • 2+ years professional experience writing production software
    • Experience working across the stack, or at least interest in doing so
    • Professional experience working with one or more modern Javascript frameworks
    • Cares about what and why they’re building something, not just how it’s built

Bonus Points for:

    • Previous experience at startups
    • Personal projects or open-source contributions