AirGarage is working to repurpose the 30% of the American city currently occupied by parking.
As a full-stack parking operator, we automate the operation of parking lots and enable churches and businesses to rent out parking to drivers on demand.
Our mission is to restore vibrancy in cities and transform these single-use spaces into multi-use hubs to support a future filled with cloud kitchens, micro-mobility, autonomous vehicles, on-demand fulfillment, and more.
We're backed by Floodgate, Founders Fund, Weekend Fund, and Angels who have worked at Omni, Opendoor, and Uber.
We’re looking for a brilliant software engineer with strong fundamentals and practical projects and experience to join AirGarage. Our stack is Python, Django, React Native, and some microservices in Node and Elixir.
As a startup, we have a variety of ever-changing needs, from new product features to upgrading our codebase to experimental projects in computer vision and license plate recognition. You will contribute to the core product, used by thousands of people per month to find parking.
WHO YOU ARE
You may be a student with a couple impressive side projects or previous internships under your belt. Or perhaps you just graduated and are looking at opportunities at startups. This position could lead to a full time role for the right candidate.
WHAT YOU WILL DO
-- Work with the two main facets of AirGarage - the mobile app our drivers use to park and the web platform for lot owners
-- Work across the stack, from backend infra, to production deployment and frontend pages.
-- Work with a variety of the most popular and up-and-coming frameworks, such as Django, React Native, Elxiir, Node, and more.
-- Serve as a cornerstone member of the AirGarage team and have opportunities to lead projects as we scale the engineering org
-- Ship quickly, but also ensure quality by writing unit and integration tests
-- Work on internal tools to automate processes and streamline operations
-- A variety of things we can’t predict - since we are a startup the role is very dynamic.
WHAT YOU NEED
-- Knowledge of programming principles -- you should be familiar with at least one programming language
-- Side projects -- we are looking for someone who loves hacking and building and demonstrates that by hacking in their free time
-- A growth mindset -- you should be a lifelong learner, hungry to learn new technologies, frameworks, and programming languages
-- By joining as one of the first employees, there is enormous opportunity ahead for you to shape the future of AirGarage in this role.
-- A lot of room to grow - the growth team will be hundreds of people within a few years, and you’ll be the foundation of that team.
-- The opportunity to change the way that the world thinks about real estate use in our cities.
-- You’ll be joining a sharp, motivated team in a fun and intimate office in San Francisco.