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Full-stack Software Engineer

$85k - $120k / 0.25% - 1.00%
Rhode Island / Remote
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Adam Alpert
Adam Alpert

About the role is looking for a full-stack software developer to join our Engineering team. The ideal candidate will have solid skills in client and server-side programming, with experience in building user interfaces and business logic with modern frameworks.

Our current stack includes node, rethinkdb, elastic,, react, react-native, and kubernetes currently deployed through GCloud.

As part of a small, dynamic team, you will have a direct impact on shaping and executing our product roadmap, work in many areas of our system, be exposed to new technologies, and ultimately develop and grow professionally as our team, customer-base, and product scale. We are looking for someone who is seeking the challenge and excitement of a fast-paced startup environment.


Build a variety of application features across different product areas, including new customer-facing experiences and application logic.

Write and ship high quality code in Javascript with an emphasis on user experience, maintainability, performance, and time to market.

Collaborate with a small team of engineers and designers to build solutions to real customer needs.

Participate in the evaluation and integration of new technologies as we scale our platform.


Software engineering experience building web and mobile applications.

BS in Computer Science degree or equivalent theoretical background in software engineering.

Strong understanding of backend systems and technologies.

Nice to have:

Experience with React, React Native or similar application frameworks.

Small-team or startup background shipping software at a fast pace.

Experience with git, unit testing, and continuous deployment practices and agile development.

Why you should join

Our mission is to create a community where students have equal access to opportunity and feel valued for their work.

By 2030, most of the US workforce will freelance. We enable students at the beginning of their work-life to start and grow their own freelance businesses while still in school

In the past 12 months, we've expanded to 600 colleges, helped students earn more than $350,000, and gotten accepted into Y Combinator.

We're building a network that empowers college talent to hone their skills without having to take on unpaid work, creating a platform they will use even after they graduate.