Backend Engineer

We’re looking for a backend generalist engineer to write robust code that drives the world’s first transit planning platform. We use mostly Ruby, Python, and Javascript, and use Postgres/PostGIS. We have many interesting problems, from efficiently querying geospatial databases to pulling meaning out of disparate transit data sources.

You’ll be responsible for:

  • Developing and improving our systems to digest and make sense of transit data
  • Working with a stellar team of six other engineers to build new features and products that help cities make better decisions

You’re a good fit if:

  • You’ve spent a couple of years working on web applications used by real people
  • You have a knack for using data and asking the right question when working with complex problem domains
  • You’re resourceful — as a small company, you’ll be able to get a lot done here
  • You have significant database experience (query optimization, etc)

To apply, email [email protected] with a resume and a few words on why you're right for the role.

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