Senior Front End Engineer
LoanStreet is the first fully integrated online marketplace that streamlines the process of sharing, managing, and scaling loan trading for credit unions, banks and direct lenders. Our mission is to provide the most efficient, transparent and robust tools for financial institutions of all sizes to manage their balance sheets, connect with partners and effectively share risk. With over 1300+ institutions on our platform, we are a Series B company, with global investors that include Portage (Sagard), Third Prime and Arbor Ventures.
Does This Sound Like You?
We are looking for someone who is excited about helping us as we transform the lending industry. Someone who combines humility and brilliance and considers kindness a core part of who they are. Someone who wants to join a vibrant team of smart, multi-talented people who enjoy hiking or bowling together as much as they do working together on a new feature.
We are looking for a senior engineer with strong front end skills to help drive development using React functional components written in TypeScript. You will be participating in development on a technology stack encompassing a range of technologies and architectures.
While your responsibilities will begin in the front end, ideally you would be willing to venture into working on the full stack. We value curiosity and thus strive to maintain an environment in which all engineers have ample opportunity to learn. The base compensation range is between $130K - $200K plus equity.
- Work with a team of engineers to build out elegant front end tools, partnering with UX designers, product managers to understand and influence the requirements and designs.
- Mentor junior developers in best practices for design, development, deployment, maintenance and testing standards.
- Analyze requirements for tech feasibility and complexity in UI and design technical solutions.
- Document front-end designs and contribute to the component library.
- Identify front-end dependencies and collaborate on deliverable timeline creation.
- Develop stories and perform unit testing.
- Perform peer code reviews and collaborate with the team to improve overall code quality.
- Ensure quality of the technical deliverables is sustained.
- Triage and fix production issues.
- 5+ years of experience in a development role in building/managing complex solutions involving integration of multiple technology stacks.
- B.S. in computer science or equivalent work experience.
- Full project life-cycle development experience.
- Exceptional analytical and problem-solving skills.
- Place great value in testing and writing readable, maintainable code.
- Understand the complexities of developing and maintaining production software.
- Strong disposition towards collaboration and communication.
- Ability to effectively manage multiple projects/tasks of varying complexities, able to meet deadlines and work well under pressure.
- Teamwork: Collaboration counts. Our employees work together to create an efficient and effective environment that entices and engages.
- Curiosity: The more we know. Our employees share a relentless inquisitiveness and enjoy solving complex problems for our clients.
- Grit: Unstoppable perseverance. Our employees are determined to deliver results for our clients. They’re dependable and passionate about their work.
- Ownership: Take charge. Our employees take initiative to bring positive results and take accountability for their projects.
- Individuality: Your voice matters. Contributing unique ideas and fresh perspectives helps us achieve our full potential.
- Empathy: Perspective is paramount. Our employees read the room, respond respectfully and think critically about what they say and how they say it.
- Aetna and Metlife Medical, Dental, and Vision insurance (some monthly premiums 100% paid for by the company)
- Unlimited PTO
- Monthly commuter benefits
- FSA/HSA plans
- Free yearly memberships to OneMedical, HealthAdvocate, Teladoc, and Talkspace
- $15 monthly credit toward ClassPass subscription
- $1500 yearly professional development stipend
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