Full Stack Engineer
You love to build and try out new ideas quickly. Creating a quick prototype is your idea of fun and, at the same time, a line three pixels out of place on a final product makes you cringe. You have built, shipped, and iterated on full-stack consumer products using cutting-edge tools.
We are a small, smart, and fun team backed by top VC firms. Our two founders, Karl Jacob and Allan Carroll, are serial entrepreneurs whose companies have helped millions of consumers from protecting them from spam to communicating with family members. Karl has raised 23 rounds of financing, created 6 companies from scratch and built products and companies that impact 10s of millions of people. Now we are helping consumers with the largest financial transaction of their lives, buying or refinancing a house and making the process fast, easy and fair.
Your job will be to work with our product and engineering team to create lightning-fast, usable, and delightful products for our customers and employees. Success will be measured by how efficiently you can engineer reliable, performant, and maintainable full-stack systems that can grow with our company.
You’re good at:
- Prototyping, building, and testing consumer products
- Creating tools that make your whole team more efficient
- Learning new ideas and systems quickly and teaching your peers
- You have built products used by hundreds of thousands of customers
- You have a passion for something outside the office
- You have consistently contributed to open source projects
- React / Redux / CSS-in-JS
- React Native
- Python / Django
- Docker / Kubernetes / Google Cloud
What We’re Building
LoanSnap invented the world’s first smart loan technology that uses artificial intelligence to analyze a person’s entire financial picture and shows simple ways to benefit from a smarter loan now and into the future. By working with LoanSnap, users can save money, time and feel confident that their home loan will safeguard their financial needs.
Apply on our AngelList page here.
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