Senior Software Engineer, Digital at Teachers Pay Teachers
What do we do?
At Teachers Pay Teachers (TpT), we’re unlocking the power of educator-created content. More than 3 out of 4 teachers in the U.S., Canada, and Australia come to TpT every year to get teacher-tested, engaging, and rigorous materials. What began as a humble exchange for teachers looking to share lesson plans has since exploded into a massive marketplace where teachers have created more than 4 million resources for all aspects of PreK-12 education. More than six million educators worldwide (including teachers, administrators, and parents) have downloaded TpT resources more than a billion times. That's why Fast Company named us one of the top 50 Most Innovative Companies in the world in 2019, and awarded us the #1 spot for the education sector. If you haven’t heard of TpT yet and want to learn more, just ask a teacher.
The digital team at TpT is focused on serving our community of authors and teachers in a world where device-based content is a critical part of the teaching and learning process in the classroom. We have already launched products that allow our users to publish and access digitally native content on the TpT marketplace. Moving forward, we will complement these integrations with new content types that enrich learning in the classroom for students. We are building a new way for students and teachers to engage with our existing library of over 4 million resources and creating new on-device formats to help teachers teach and assess. Additionally, we are building products that help teachers package, deliver and provide feedback on this content so they save time helping their students succeed.Role description:
The senior software engineer on the Digital team will be responsible for the design and execution of our product vision to bring TpT’s content to devices in the classroom. Specifically, you will help launch new products that help teachers prepare, distribute and evaluate interactive digital content used by students to support their learning. You will be expected to build and maintain the core technologies to enable this experience while also collaborating with fellow engineers on best practices and architecture to facilitate high-velocity development over time. Additionally, you will work closely with product, design and engineering stakeholders to drive critical decisions impacting the direction of our product and the technology enabling it.Responsibilities:
- Driving the full-stack product development process as needed - from design to development to release and iteration.
- Being a thought partner for product and design stakeholders to help us achieve an ambitious goal through an iterative process of learning and development.
- Working closely with peer engineering teams on intersecting decisions and technologies.
- Experience with building, scaling, and monitoring resilient systems
- Enjoys working across the full stack in a fast-paced, dynamic environment
- Ability to contribute to product development components across the entire stack (Frontend, Backend, Infrastructure).
- Solid written and verbal communication skills. Demonstrated ability to effectively drive decision-making across stakeholders.
- A mature understanding of practices to enable scalable, high quality production operations: monitoring, logging, performance testing, and other disciplines.
- At least 4+ years of development experience at scale.
- Parental leave for both mothers and fathers to be able to take some quality time in bonding with their new addition to their family
- Comprehensive Medical & Dental Benefits
- Mother’s Room
- Quiet Room
- Company Events (Bring Your Child to Work Day, Field Day, Camp TpT, Hackathons etc.)
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