Senior Full Stack Engineer - Consumer Experience
- New York, NY
Senior Full Stack Engineer - People Platform
Compass is building the first modern end-to-end real estate platform by integrating agents, buyers and sellers through technology. Until Compass, no one has achieved the blend of the Natural Intelligence that hundreds of thousands of enterprising real estate agents bring to this market, with the “Artificial Intelligence” that cloud, mobile and AI technologies enable. We are building AI to empower AI - Artificial Intelligence to empower Agent Intelligence.
As one of the fastest growing technology companies of our generation, in an industry larger than any other, we have an opportunity and obligation to build a world-class engineering team and the operating platform that will transform the real estate industry. In 2019 we tripled the size of our Product & Engineering team, and are searching for creative and inspiring colleagues at all levels of the engineering organization to join us as we continue to expand in 2020.
About the Role
As a Senior Full Stack Engineer focused on our People Platform team at Compass, you will use your experience with microservices based architecture to build products that improve agent data agent profiles at Compass. The first mission of the People Platform team is to deliver products that improve agent discovery and intelligence on the Compass platform which support both consumer-to-agent and agent-to-agent interactions. The second mission of the People Platform team is to provide high quality services and data quality to power agent data needs by other applications and services in Compass. You will help design and develop frontend apps, backend services, and data pipelines to support an industry leading consumer experience while also supporting the growth of the world’s most scalable brokerage.
You are a senior full stack engineer who is passionate about creating a fantastic user experience and you feel it is critical that your voice is heard in product and business decisions. You love to learn, and equally love to share your knowledge with others. You are a great communicator and you take care to understand before making yourself understood. You will participate in all aspects of our development and provide expertise on both the front and the back end.
You are comfortable working on any part of the stack, from making a great interface to debugging our distributed infrastructure. Your code is architected for modularity and re-use. You have strong opinions on code structure and style.
At Compass You Will:
- Create technical design documents that meet the functional and non-functional requirements set out by the product team.
- Build the frontend apps, backend services, and game-changing tools that power the Compass platform
- Work across teams with Product & Engineering, UX design, and Infra teams to operate a secure, scalable and performant system
- Flex (or grow) your ReactJS and GoLang muscles with opportunities to implement mission critical features and services
- Join a great team with a lot of visibility and some challenging projects on the horizon
What we look for:
- BS in CS or EE or equivalent
- Track record as a technical leader with cross-team impact
- 6+ years of experience writing complete, well-tested, database-driven web applications
- 6+ years of experience programming in languages like Java, Python, and Go (we use all three here at Compass)
- Experience designing larger systems: particularly web services and RESTful APIs, microservice architectures, and data ingestion with a particular emphasis of industry standard best practices
- In-depth understanding and hands on experience with Kubernetes, PostgreSQL, and Redis
- Experienced with AWS services such as EC2, S3, Lambda, SQS, and SNS
At Compass, our mission is to help everyone find their place in the world. This means we continually celebrate the diverse community different individuals cultivate. As an equal opportunity employer, we stay true to our mission by ensuring that our place can be anyone’s place.
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