Build internal tools fast.
Over the past year our business has been growing at breakneck speed as we build the future of internal software. Today, Retool currently lets users build powerful internal apps for the desktop web environment. However, to truly change the way people build software, we need to support the $150BN+ mobile software market with best-in-class mobile apps.
As a mobile engineer at Retool, you will help build, launch, and grow Retool Mobile, a mobile-first app experience. You’ll be redefining both the way engineers develop mobile apps as well as raising the bar on the mobile experience for their stakeholders. This is an ambitious new product line and you’ll help us win by being a multi-faceted engineer that’s excited to solve hard technical and product problems.
You will help define, build, ship, and refine a new product, Retool Mobile. You will be able to help shape the product roadmap by connecting with customers and applying your own experiences as a mobile developer. Since this is a new project, you will own many aspects ranging from app distribution to offline support, and anywhere in between.
As a mobile engineer, you’ll work with designers, customer engineers, and support engineers, as well as our go-to-market teams. We're a hard-working, passionate bunch who are motivated by collaboration, strong results, and bringing the impact of Retool to our customers. When we’re in the office, we enjoy eating lunch (and occasionally dinner!) together, and we’ve been known to be a little sarcastic. But at the root of it all, we come together to show our customers and not-quite-yet customers how Retool can make them and their companies more efficient and successful.
If this sounds like you, we’d love to hear from you!
Retool's a fast way of building internal tools (to manage deliveries, for customer support, etc.). We just hit profitability, have raised money from some great investors, including John + Patrick Collison (Stripe), Elad Gil (Color), Nat Friedman (Github), Greg Brockman (OpenAI), etc. We're looking to scale our engineering team from 15 people to around 25 this year.
Our thesis is that all internal tools have the same building blocks (tables, textinputs, dropdowns, etc.). So Retool gives you those building blocks, which you can combine and compose to make any sort of internal tool you might want. That's a lot faster than writing the same custom code, over and over again. Here's a 3 minute demo.
Our actual goal - though - is to build the future of programming. We think building boring, internal enterprise apps represents most of programming. And if you can make building these boring things a lot faster, you have a good shot at becoming what "comes after programming languages".