Software Engineer at Glimpse
About the role
Who we are:
Glimpse is building the platform for consumer product brands to place their products into luxury short-term rentals to reach and acquire new customers. We believe that a big part of the future of commerce is experiencing products in their natural setting and are pioneering this alternative to retail.
We're a small but fast-growing team looking to change the future of offline brand interactions, and we want you to join us in making that a reality. We're looking for a creative, scrappy engineer to help build amazing products for all of our stakeholders.
What you'll be doing at Glimpse:
- You'll be wearing multiple hats shipping code across the stack. Some of these projects include building out integrations, shipping new products from scratch, working closely with users to continue iterating on our core products, and helping us scale our backend infrastructure as we grow to thousands of products in properties.
To take on this challenge, we're looking for someone that:
- has 2+ years experience working on full-stack projects
- feels comfortable wearing multiple hats, shipping things 0 to 1, moving quickly, and listening to users
- has shipped full-stack products before - whether it was in your day job or projects outside of work
- has experience with full-stack frameworks like Node.js, React, databases (PostgreSQL), and platforms like AWS
- has a growth mindset
- preferred skills include familiarity with Next.js, Tailwind, Typescript, Prisma.io, Jest, Cypress, acumen to design features, experience building solutions and tools in adjacent industries, and experience in small startup environments
Why you should join Glimpse
Glimpse is a grad from YC's S20 batch - we're building a company that has exciting problems all over the stack - our core tech, selling to companies, building supply in a marketplace, creating an amazing user experience in properties, and more. We just raised our initial seed funding and are looking for people who want to have a big impact at the earliest stages and be a part of defining our core processes.