Junior Developer (Remote)
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As our Integrations Developer, you will be assisting our tech team in maintaining, building, and conceptualizing internal automations and workflows. You will grow to become an expert in our full technology stack, and will continually provide mission-critical support to non-technical team members. Our ideal candidate must have an intense attention to detail, world-class organizational skills, and the ability to communicate / document effectively. You will need an analytical mindset and be able to problem-solve on the fly, and under pressure. Lastly, and most importantly you’ll need to have experience working remotely with large distributed teams across the gamut of US time zones.
Continually stay informed and knowledgeable about our technical stack, including our current core components, and future additions.
Triage, troubleshoot, and maintain our tech stack as problems are brought to the tech team’s attention.
Optimize workflows and automations to reduce errors, complexity, and usage.
Communicate thoroughly with team members and stakeholders to keep them informed on progress and problems.
Stay up to date with industry trends and protocols to avoid problems with updates and component changes.
Update legacy workflows to new standards.
Track your performance and proactively collaborate with Tech Lead on how to improve as needed.
Be highly responsive to all internal and external communication in Slack and email.
Conceptualize new logic and workflows to solve problems and fix inefficiencies.
You have a knack for programming and like to understand how things work.
You have superhuman time management and organizational skills.
You must have the ability to document and report on your work and findings.
You will need to be able to successfully communicate with all employees and departments. This involves detailed explanations to the tech team, and more approachable, high-level verbiage to nontechnical team members.
You are prepared to see your fixes, features, and flags through the release process including QA, and involved in feedback rounds.
You can recognize problems and engineer solutions by your own initiative
You like and are good at building Rube Goldberg machines (or you would, given the opportunity)
Google Sheets/Excel (Experienced)
Knowledge of CRM’s (Intermediate)
Basic concepts of relational databases
Social Media Advertising Pixel Development
In the first month you will:
Complete high-level training to get familiar with all mission-critical stack components and their use cases.
Learn the processes for ticketing, triaging, and responding to technical issues/tickets
Begin taking internal tech fixes for non-mission-critical tasks.
Get an introductory knowledge of our public-facing stack components, workflows, and processes.
In the first two months you will:
Complete your technical onboarding and become familiar with most internal workflows and processes.
Begin to conceptualize solutions to problems and handling minor mission-critical fixes with supervision.
Help implement a companywide nomenclature for workflows and automations.
Begin taking minor web and forward-facing integration support tickets with supervision.
In the first three months you will:
Begin to audit and optimize existing workflows.
Start taking support tickets for all levels of issues/fixes with limited supervision.
Begin handling larger website-related integrations fixes and projects with supervision.
Assist in demoing and implementing new stack components.
In the first six months you will:
Become fully versed in our entire technology stack.
Assist in fully overhauling our main existing workflows for reduced complexity, enhanced error visibility, and overall modularity.