UI / AgTech eCommerce

Redwood City, California

Local Only

Full Time

$140k - $160k

A large peninsula based AgTech company is looking to expand their team of engineers to build out their platform in order to service their large consumer base. This series-F funded company serves farmers and agricultural specialists by creating a platform for them to buy and sell their products (Seeds, Produce, Etc.) as well as obtain financial services.

They are looking for a strong Front end engineer with a knack for JavaScript fundamentals to join a greenfield team of a new product offering. 

Required Skills & Experience
  • 5+ years of production level UI development 
  • a strong track record of architecting and building highly scalable web interfaces
  • deep experience with a modern front-end library / framework
  • an understanding of the broader web stack including HTTP, caching, cookies, etc.
  • excitement for working with React / Typescript
  • comfort with CSS
Desired Skills & Experience
  • BS in CS a plus
  • Prior eCommerce experience a plus 
What You Will Be Doing

Tech Breakdown

  • architect and implement web experiences to grow userbase
  • own full feature sets and significant portions of the code-base.
  • collaborate closely with product management, designers and business leaders
  • continue to push your engineering skills through challenging projects and collaborations with highly experienced engineers
  • work on both consumer and enterprise facing interfaces 
The Offer
  • Equity
  • Annual Bonus structure 

You will receive the following benefits:

  • The option to work from home
  • A competitive base salary in addition to bonuses
  • A fun and healthy work culture
  • 401k matching
  • A flexible work schedule
  • Paid time off
  • Potential to continue your education
  • Extensive healthcare benefits package including pet insurance!

Applicants must be currently authorized to work in the United States on a full-time basis now and in the future.

This position does not offer sponsorship or relocation resources (MUST BE LOCAL TO BAY AREA)


Posted by: Breann Gonzalez