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Location: null, United States
Arcade’s mission is to empower the Product Led Growth Economy. We aspire to support the future generation of founders by helping them tell the stories of their products and helping future customers discover and fall in love with these products. This will in turn provide economic freedom to builders.
Culturally, we are a team of ex-Atlassians, AngelList, Shopify, and Twitter teammates — we believe in empowering the end user, and unifying companies around the needs of the end user. We believe that we have the potential to change how software companies work.
While we are a globally distributed team, we would prefer to bring in new team members to work in a hybrid environment based in our San Francisco, CA office.
Arcade is the easiest story-telling tool for companies to tell the stories of their products, and these stories are the most engaging way for future customers to discover amazing products that will change their lives.
We are looking for product-minded engineers that will empathize with our customer’s needs and work closely with our users and the rest of the team to bring creative ideas to the product. We are a small but mighty engineering team which means you will have full ownership of your projects, including deliverables and timeline.
In concrete terms, our next engineering hires will own one of our key initiatives and bring it to life. Those initiatives are currently:
We have more on the roadmap and these initiatives are what we’re currently targeting.
On the front end, our stack is heavily Jamstack-based. On the back end, we use GCP (Firestore, Cloud Functions, PubSub, IdP, and a few other services) and AWS (Aurora). Our tech stack is NextJS backed by Firestore, along with a Chrome extension, and we strive for high-performing code (Arcades are embedded on our users site, and we must maintain high performance to make that work well).
First and foremost, you’re someone who not only enjoys the idea of building something from scratch but also thrives in a highly autonomous environment. We want someone who is ready to build, iterate, and ship at speed and loves it. You’re also open to dialogue and a feedback culture, kind, open-minded, and excited about bringing other top-tier people to the team and building something great.
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