Uber for Trucks for Turkey
Backed by Y Combinator, Kamion is building Uber for Trucks for Turkey and surrounding countries. We aim to transform how goods are transported through better process design, automation, and powerful analytics.
We operate in the B2B trucking space, bringing together shippers and truckers to provide higher operational efficiency, trust, and reliability. We’re growing fast, utilizing a blend of operational excellence and technology to meet high demand levels.
As a team, we have a lot of fun doing what we do. We operate in a no-blame culture with high levels of personal responsibility and discipline.
As a Software Engineer, you will have ownership of the following:
Helping Kamion build its digital infrastructure by developing readable, maintainable, efficient software
Facilitating cross-functional communication within the team. Gathering feedback from sales/operations/users to improve our products through continuous iteration
2+ years of experience in building elegant, efficient software
An in-depth understanding of technical architecture, system design, and problem solving acuity to take on sophisticated technical challenges
Fluency in React.js
Experience working with Gitlab
Experience working with PostgreSQL
Experience working in teams using daily standup meetings and task management software
Familiarity with PHP Laravel is a plus
Familiarity with Docker and Kubernetes is a plus
Having a learning mentality. Be better every day.
Ability to communicate complex ideas effectively.
Being a good team player overall. Sustainable innovation comes through teamwork.
Ability to thrive in a fast-paced, often unstructured environment
Strong bias towards action. Quality and speed don’t need to be mutually exclusive. Making mistakes is okay as long as you learn from them.
Kamion is making trucking better through software, powerful analytics, and process design. In every step of our product lifecycle, we measure how a feature can add efficiency to our internal and external stakeholders.
We are tackling a huge problem:
Turkey is MENA’s largest economy, with ~850,000 independent truckers and a logistics TAM of 73 Billion USD. However, in its current state, freight forwarding for trucking includes many phone calls, emails, and f2f conversations. Trucking is also fragmented, with SME fleets having ~95% market share.