Full Stack Software Engineer at Clever
San Francisco, California, United States
🇺🇸 (Posted Nov 7 2014)
About the company
We're a distributed platform for educational software that helps teachers use the tools they already want. We're in 1 in 5 schools in America, and we're currently a team of 40 people based in downtown San Francisco.
- Remote work is NOT possible
Relocation compensation available
At its core, education has a fundamental data problem: schools run on legacy infrastructure that's impossible for hackers to build on top of. We're on a mission to replace the terrible things that developers have to do to build classroom software (think nightly CSV FTP transfers) with an API that feels more like Facebook's or Stripe's: https://clever.com/developers/docs.
When we started two years ago, four schools used Clever. Today, Clever is used by over 26,000 schools, making it the fastest-growing company in education. We're looking for talented hackers who want to help us build Clever into something every school, student, and teacher relies on.
A Day in the Life:
Interested in APIs, education, data, and scaling a system that supports over 1 in 5 schools in the U.S? As an engineer at Clever you will join a tight-knit team working on challenging problems that span the entire stack—from high-performance back-end services to rich front-end web apps. Clever is built with a variety of tools—part of our engineering philosophy is to "use the right tool for the job":
Python (Fabric, Salt, Buildbot)
AWS (EC2, VPC, S3, R53, SES)
Skills & requirements
-Strong fundamentals in computer science and software engineering.
-A desire to grow as an engineer through collaboration, code reviews, and learning new languages/technologies.
-Strong communication skills.
-Experience with any of the tools we use is a plus.
Instructions how to apply
Check us out at https://clever.com/about/jobs#engineer-full-stack
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