Fullstack Job: Lead FullStack Engineer

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London, England - United Kingdom

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About the Job

At Dexory, we believe that real time data will revolutionise the logistics industry. We are building the ultimate data insights platform that provides companies with unprecedented, real time access to their operations. Our autonomous data capturing technology and insights generation capabilities help to measure, track and find goods across warehouses in real time, while building the ultimate digital twin of facilities.

Join us at a very exciting time of growth as we’re significantly ramping up all areas of the business to lead the way in logistics data globally, backed by some of Europe’s best VCs and driven by passion, curiosity and teamwork.

We value humility and we're as interested in your character as we are in your talent. Please apply, even if you feel you only meet part of our listed criteria. Diversity drives innovation and we offer an international and friendly work environment with an energetic company culture.

What does this role involve?

As a Lead Engineer for web applications, you will play a key role in designing and building the customer-facing systems that are required to exchange data with customers, as well as those systems that support and control our robot fleet. This involves building reliable and modern web applications, leading the design and implementation of both backend and frontend systems, and working with a team of engineers and other stakeholders to define what needs to be built. This position will play a vital role in Dexory’s ability to successfully deliver high quality solutions to customers around the world.

Working with hardware devices means we have an interesting and varied tech stack, but for web applications this is primarily Ruby on Rails and Go for backend applications, with React with Typescript for frontend development.

Reporting directly to the Head of Engineering for software, you’ll have the opportunity to work in many areas. Your key responsibilities will include:

  • Design, architecture, roadmap, and implementation of user-facing web applications

  • Managing the web applications team to ensure a sustainable pace and high quality

  • Working with product and commercial teams to define a technical roadmap

  • Building with accessibility, compatibility, and performance in mind

  • Design and documentation of systems for internal and external stakeholders

  • Growing the web applications team as the customer base expands


You will need:

  • 6+ years of experience as a senior or lead-level engineer

  • Experience leading a small team of engineering, including day-to-day line management and technical leadership

  • Familiarity with React and Typescript, as our primary front-end toolset

  • Experience working with Go, Ruby, or similar backend technologies.

  • Experience working with relational databases, primarily PostgreSQL

  • Experience working with a product team to define requirements

We are especially interested in candidates who are flexible in their approach, and willing to learn and use suitable technologies and frameworks as appropriate for specific tasks.

Example projects

You’ll work on a variety of different projects as we continue to build our platform. To give you an idea of what kind of work you’ll be doing, some recent projects our team has worked on include:

  • Writing a unified customer data importer, which can parse customer-provided XLS, XLSX, and CSV uploads exported from third-party software to populate our database.

  • Building a React wrapper around three.js, allowing developers to dynamically populate a 3D map with objects and have them update in response to React state changes

  • Building a PDF export system which can generate dynamic reports based on customer data for download and export.


As a company, we’re still in the start-up phase of our life – we’re a small VC-funded team, but we have a great platform in an advanced stage of development. You’ll play a significant role in shaping the future of our products, culture, and engineering team.

We are a diverse, remote-friendly team (though we have an amazing office and workshop space in London as well as a testing warehouse in Oxfordshire). We have flexible working hours – as a hardware startup we have occasional important deadlines and site visits, but work-life balance is important to us, and we strive to keep disruption to a minimum.

You’ll receive a market-rate salary, stock options, and whatever equipment you need, as well as an annual training and conference budget. We use loads of open-source software, and we’d love for you to contribute to projects while you are here – and you’re welcome to take some time for personal projects too.

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