Swif is a one-stop AI-powered device management and security for…
🥁 Drumroll, please! 🥁 Introducing the most epic, pajama-friendly, and downright fantastic remote engineering position at... drumroll intensifies... Swif! 🚀👩💻
Are you tired of the daily commute, battling traffic jams, and squeezing into crowded trains? 🚗🚆 Do you wish you could trade in your office chair for a comfy bean bag? 🪑➡️🛋️ Well, buckle up, because we have the perfect opportunity for you!
Swif is on the lookout for a rockstar remote engineer who:
Perks of joining the Swif squad:
So, if you're ready to make history as part of the Swif family, put on your favorite pair of PJs, grab a cup of coffee (or tea, we don't discriminate), and apply now! 📝🚀
P.S. Ability to perform a virtual mic drop after solving complex coding problems is a plus! 🎤💥😎
Swif is a one-stop device management for the global workforce.
As a Frontend Engineer, you will build the core of products in a spectacularly robust fashion.
You may be fit for this role if you:
Swif was launched in 2022 and accelerated by the Y Combinator program. We were building a language learning product and decided to pivot the team to focus on solving the biggest issue we faced as a remote team.
We look at Swif as a constant work in progress. We’re here to support each other in our curiosity and creativity – which we pursue thoughtful discussion and knowledge-sharing among a diverse set of peers and colleagues.
We want to hear from you and share with you our vision. We will love to connect people passionate about remote work and productivity solutions as much as we do.
Please only apply if you have a portfolio website or related portfolio projects to show.
Application: The candidate submits their resume and cover letter to apply for the job. This is usually done online through the company's website or a job board.
Screening: The company's human resources (HR) team or hiring manager reviews the applications to identify candidates who meet the qualifications for the position. Candidates who pass the initial screening may be contacted for a phone or video screening interview.
Phone or Video Screening: The candidate participates in a phone or video interview with an HR representative or hiring manager. This interview is typically brief and focuses on confirming the candidate's qualifications, interest in the position, and availability.
In-Person or Virtual Interview: Candidates who pass the screening stage are invited for an in-person or virtual interview. This interview may involve meeting with multiple people, such as the hiring manager, team members, and HR representatives. The interview may consist of behavioral and technical questions, as well as discussions about the candidate's experience and skills.
Assessment or Testing: In some cases, candidates may be asked to complete an assessment or test related to the job. This could include a coding test for a software engineering position, a writing test for a content creation role, or a presentation for a sales position.
Reference Checks: If the candidate performs well in the interviews and assessments, the company may conduct reference checks by contacting the candidate's previous employers or colleagues to verify their work experience and qualifications.
Job Offer: If the candidate successfully passes all stages of the interview process and the company is confident in their fit for the position, they may extend a job offer. The offer typically includes details about the position, salary, benefits, and start date.
Negotiation and Acceptance: The candidate may choose to negotiate the terms of the job offer. Once both parties reach an agreement, the candidate formally accepts the offer.
Onboarding: After accepting the offer, the candidate goes through the onboarding process, which includes completing paperwork, attending orientation, and receiving training to become familiar with the company and their new role.
Swif is a one-stop device management and security.