Frontend Engineer, All Teams, Mexico City

    • Mexico City, Mexico

At Lyft, our mission is to improve people’s lives with the world’s best transportation. To do this, we start with our own community by creating an open, inclusive, and diverse organization.

Lyft is looking for experienced software engineers from a scope of disciplines. We are growing our team with people who want to build, improve and incorporate technologies that make the lives of our community more enriched. As an engineer at Lyft, you'll collaborate with teams like product, data science, analytics, and operations on code that empower us to iterate quickly, while focusing on delighting our passengers and drivers.


  • Be part of an inclusive, collaborative team that embraces pairing, healthy discussions and supports each other in their goals

  • Collaborate with cross functional teams on new and emerging technologies, determining how they will integrate into current and evolving infrastructure

  • Unblock, support and effectively communicate cross functionally in order to achieve results

  • Help define the team roadmap and architecture based on technology and business needs

  • Evangelize appropriate tech and engineering best practices, and occasionally give internal or external tech talks

  • Leave the code in a better state than when you found it (progressive refactor)

  • Participate in code reviews to ensure code quality and distribute knowledge

  • Go home knowing that your work today is meaningfully improving the lives of every Lyft driver and rider


  • Must have 5+ years of software engineering industry experience

  • Advanced knowledge of JavaScript, CSS, and HTML

  • Experience working with modern JavaScript frameworks, like React

  • Experience working with NodeJS and Express applications

  • Experience working with design systems (e.g. Bootstrap, Salesforce Lightning, GitHub Primer)

  • Experience with unit, integration, and end-to-end testing

  • Experience working cross-functionally with Product and Design

  • Good understanding of web performance and how browsers and DOM work

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