What you'll do:
- Build core products that serve the unique needs of all the players in the freight transportation sector—national retail chains, trucking companies, dispatchers, and many more.
- Scale our existing apps to new user types and capabilities.
- Take a critical eye to our experiences, and how we can streamline manual workflows. We need people willing to iterate and experiment relentlessly, with an irrationally high standard for product quality and a penchant for shipping code
- Write tests (unit, integration, and end-to-end), and constantly seek to improve code quality.
- Communicate clearly and directly with designers, product managers, and operations, both in the office and remotely.
- You’ve built products with at least one framework such as React/Redux, Vue, or Angular. We use React/Redux currently, but we strive to make the best technology decisions for the job at hand.
- You love tools, technologies, and frameworks, but are first and foremost pragmatic—you get stuff done with what solves the problem you’re facing.
- You love shipping new things rapidly, and iterating based on real user behavior. You have a knack for finding and eliminating inefficiency in your users’ workflows.
- You’re enthusiastic about unit testing and performance, and knowing how to communicate the value of technical excellence to non-technical people.
- People tell you you have eye for design, instincts for creating stunning, intuitive user interfaces.
- You’re a great listener, but have the willingness to speak up when you see something that needs to be fixed. You ask questions when something isn’t clear.
- Experience writing ES6/7.
- Experience with CSS preprocessors and templating languages (e.g. Sass/Less, Pug/Jade).
- Enthusiasm for automated testing (we use Jest and Nightwatch).
- Experience creating data visualizations (e.g. with D3).
- Ability to configure and optimize build systems (we use Webpack 2 and Yarn).
- Passion for optimizing continuous deployment process (we use CircleCI).
- Know enough about the backend to be dangerous (we use Rails and Node).
- Design chops (e.g. Sketch).