Senior Software Engineer (Front End - React) Senior Software
Engineer (Front End - React)
The impact you'll make:
Collaborate with stakeholders to build new and iterate on
Regularly participate in code reviews and other team
Provide technical leadership and assist guiding the team's
overall technical direction
Passionate about improving processes and developer
Offer mentorship and pair with other engineers regularly
Provide business impact through engineering
Take pride in raising the bar for engineering excellence across
Build a delightful experience that helps retailers manage their
online presence and business
What you've accomplished:
Minimum 2 years of development experience at startup / mid-sized
Effective communication skills, a positive attitude, and ability
to give and receive constructive feedback
Professional experience with React
Expertise in building responsive user-interfaces
Possess a high level of attention to detail and aesthetic
Experience implementing localization and accessibility
Deep understanding of the GitFlow branching strategy
Familiarity with server-side frameworks such as Next.js or Ruby
Computer science or other engineering background
100% Employee Medical, Dental and Vision Coverage and 80% of
401(k) Retirement plan: 100% match on the first 1%. 50% match
from 2-6% of employee contributions
3 weeks accrued PTO and 5 immediate sick days
Basic Life/AD&D (Accidental Death and Dismemberment)
Voluntary Short and Long Term Disability
Flexible Spending Account
Catered lunch provided 5 days a week
All the equipment that you need to get your work done
Fridge is always stocked with energy drinks and other snacks
Casual work environment, read “no suit and tie required”, but
you are free to dress to the nines
Weedmaps is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified
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gender expression, national origin, protected veteran status, or
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discriminated against on the basis of disability. We are looking
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team and develop the services, systems, and marketplaces that will
serve the marijuana industry in the decades to come. Our company
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Founded in 2008, Weedmaps is a leading technology and software
infrastructure provider to the cannabis industry. Our suite of
cloud-based software and data solutions includes point of sale,
logistics and ordering solutions that enable customers to scale
their businesses while complying with the complex and disparate
regulations applicable to the cannabis industry. In addition, our
platform provides consumers with information regarding cannabis
products across web and mobile platforms, including listing local
retailers and brands, facilitating product discovery and allowing
consumers to educate themselves on cannabis and its history, uses
and legal status. Headquartered in Irvine, California, Weedmaps
employs more than 400 professionals around the world, with offices
including Barcelona, Denver, New York, Phoenix and Toronto.
So what are you waiting for? Join the Weedmaps team!
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