We're making it easier for engineers to build custom, internal software. Software has transformed industries, but it's currently too expensive to plan, build, and maintain. And that's a shame, because it's so useful! Our goal is to make this large class of software faster, cheaper, and more enjoyable to build.
Recruiting processes can feel impersonal and one-sided. We’d like to get to know you, and for you to get to know us. Here’s what you can expect from a typical interview loop, though some roles may have more or fewer interviews.
1. Intro call
An introductory call with a recruiter or hiring manager to learn more about what you’re looking for, the role, and whether it’s a good fit. This is a great step to ask any questions you may have about the team or the company!
2. Take-home exercise or follow-up call
This intermediate step helps us get to know more about you and closely reflects what you would be doing day-to-day in the role. This interview will be catered to the respective job in order to assess the specific skill sets for that role.
3. Onsite interview
A round of 3-5 “onsite” interviews with the team you would potentially be joining and a cross-functional partner or two. We’ll make sure you have a clear understanding of what to expect during the onsite interviews so that you are fully prepared for this final step.
Though 80% of us joined remotely during the pandemic, we really like spending time with each other in person and believe in the power of in-person collaboration, creativity, and connection. We are returning in a hybrid capacity this fall in our New York and San Francisco offices.
22 roles across all locations and departments.