Fullstack Job: Founding Fullstack Engineer JOB ID - 302

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London, England - United Kingdom

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Are you a team player - where culture comes first and everything else after? Do you have a curious, DIY mind? Do you envision a future where everyone is equipped with the skillset, inspiration and community support to make their unique dent in the world?

About the Role | Mō te Tūranga
You will be our clients first engineering hire and work will alongside their technical co-founder who is full-stack. They are building on a super modern stack optimised for an incredible developer experience:
    100% Typescript throughout the backend and frontend
    PostgreSQL for transactional data
    BigQuery + RudderStack for analytics data and ETL pipelines
    GraphQL API with Hasura and serverless functions
    Next.js frontend, hosted on Vercel
About You | Mōu
    Expert in functional-style Typescript/Node.js
    Extensive production experience with React, Next.js, and GraphQL
    Willingness to learn how to deliver user-facing features end-to-end ****in our stack — i.e. creating or working with data models, backend logic, frontend logic, and UI
    iOS/Android apps with React Native/Expo
    DevOps and CI/CD pipelines (GitHub Actions)
    Cloud infrastructure/IaC
    Data pipelines and engineering
The Work | Te Mahi
    Path to tech lead/engineering manager/leadership: we’ll offer plenty of opportunity for more responsibility and career progression as we grow, if that is interesting to you.
    Build and develop your own team & set your culture: You will not only work with us on the overall strategy of the start-up, but you will also manage, grow and set a culture for your own team.
    We will get you set up: Operating system and hardware of your choice, additional tech equipment that you need, screens, you name it - we want to enable you to do your best work.
Please also apply if you don't tick all the boxes in our description. We know that no candidate is ever perfect for the role and that there will be people out there who bring things to the table we haven't even thought of yet (and are super excited by this!).