Seattle, Washington, United States
80000 - 120000 USD per Year
Do you want to work with a fast-growing technology startup focused on increasing efficiency in agriculture? Do you want to work with robots and the latest in computer vision and machine learning tech on a daily basis?
Headquartered in Seattle, we are seeking an energetic, team-oriented and responsible individual to fill a full-time Senior Full Stack Software Engineer position as part of our software engineering team. You would primarily be focused on Full Stack front-end development.
iUNU’s core values revolve around grit, innovation, and doing the right thing. iUNU’s flat organizational structure lends itself to the person willing to speak their mind, and challenge the status quo in order to fulfill the ultimate mission of delivering the best solutions possible to our grower customers.
As a Full Stack Engineer, you will be responsible for building a robust GraphQL server-side API and integrating it with a modern Flutter application on the front-end. Our app, Luna, must be available and performant on multiple devices and the web so we are committed to a singular code base that does just that. Back-end services must support both our own UI as well as 3rd party client integrations.
The best candidates will understand debugging, monitoring and performance at every level of client data interaction, from the way data is queried from a tuned Postgres configuration to TTL best practices on a single page application.
We’re looking for candidates who can drive a product feature from design to completion using best practices and a strong understanding of common web technologies as well as design languages to avoid product overhead during development
Ideal candidates are a model of high standards of quality code and a strong grasp of architecture that others strive to learn from and measure up to. Successful candidates will possess drive and ability to self start within a start-up company environment, where challenges are common and clarity of communication is critical.