Full Stack Software EngineerRole has been filled by a talented individual
Location: Atlanta, GA or Remote (US)
CallRail is looking for a Full Stack, frontend focused Software Engineer to join our growing team to work on new features for our marketing analytics platform. Ideal candidates will thrive in a fast-paced environment and relish the opportunity to work on new features and contribute to the solutions that help our customers grow.
What You'll Do
- Deliver incredible products. We’re a product-first company, and we aren’t satisfied until we’ve built a product so clearly superior that customers have no reason to consider anything else.
- Shared responsibility. We collaborate with Product Managers and Engineers across CallRail, as equals, to provide optimal production services to our customers. This role will interface with many other product teams to ensure we are meeting their needs.
- Be a strong technical contributor. As an individual contributor, you’ll write testable, maintainable, scalable code and deploy it frequently. You’ll review the code of other developers, and be open to feedback about your own.
- Prioritize Delivery. Our team ships code multiple times daily, and you’ll help us deliver small continuous improvements with each iteration.
- Communicate well. Writing documentation of your new components will be critical to the success of our work. You will also work with our product team to understand the long term product roadmap so we will never be boxed in by new feature requests. Our code reviews seek a shared understanding of the changes, we let robots enforce the guide.
- Be a good teammate. You'll be helpful, open-minded, respectful, and collaborative. You'll support your teammates and challenge them to do their best work.
- Learn. Regardless of your level of experience or seniority, you'll work to improve your skills and learn more about our customers and their needs.
Desired Skills & Experience
We require you to be willing and able to do all of the things in the previous section. Beyond that, there are a handful of things that may make you a better fit. We'll consider candidates who don't check all of these boxes. If you've got analogous experience or a track record of being able to pick things up quickly, please tell us in your application!
We’re looking for knowledge and experience with some of the following:
- Building single page web applications with Angular or another modern web framework
- Writing unit tests to ensure good code quality and sufficient coverage
- Reviewing code to learn from your teammates while improving our codebase
- Building software-as-a-service platforms, particularly for small and medium-sized businesses
Technologies and tools we use:
- Ruby, Rails, RSpec, Sidekiq, Protobuf and gRPC
- Postgres, Redis, and Elasticsearch
- 100% medical coverage for employees
- Competitive HSA with company matching
- Generous dental and vision plans
- Paid parental leave
- Flexible vacation policy
- 401K options with company dollar-for-dollar match
- Employee stock options available from day one
- $2,000 annual educational allowance
- Catered lunch every Tuesday *an in-office perk
- MARTA transportation ort office parking expenses covered
- Employee charitable donation company match, up to $500 annually
- Regular company outings and events *yes, even during COVID, except virtually
- Remote work from home options with $500 office stipend to set up your home office
- Designated bike storage at our Downtown Atlanta office
Learn more: https://www.callrail.com/about/
You Are Welcome Here
CallRail understands that valuing diverse creative practices and forms of knowledge are crucial to and enrich the company's core mission. We encourage applications from everyone, including members of all equity-seeking communities, such as (but certainly not limited to) women, racialized and Indigenous persons, persons with disabilities, and persons of all sexual orientations and gender identities and expressions. In your application, please feel free to note which pronouns you use (For example - she/her/hers, he/him/his, they/them/theirs, etc).
Working Remote vs. Office
In The Before Times™, our team worked 3-5 days/week out of our office located Downtown, Atlanta. We enjoyed catered lunch once a week and easy access to many local restaurants, parks, and MARTA within a few blocks. Mario Kart 8 races occurred frequently. And we often worked face-to-face at a whiteboard or over each other’s shoulders to share ideas, chat, and enjoy each other’s company.
It turns out that those things are fun and desirable, but not required. We’re open to fully-remote candidates for this position. Locally we’re currently 100% work-from-home, but we’ll be gradually reopening the office this summer. Starting in September, members of our development teams who are local to Atlanta will be asked to come to the office on a schedule the team negotiates among themselves; we’re guessing most will be on the order of a day or two per week, and we’re listening to feedback on that as we go.