Hackster.io is a community dedicated to learning hardware, and we have big plans to move the needle forward. From helping developers and makers connect online and offline, to giving them better learning resources and motivating them to contribute, our backlog is exploding and we need more brains and hands on deck.
You'll be working with our small team in downtown SF, getting your hands dirty in our RoR/React/Postgres/Heroku stack (we're slowly moving away from Rails).
Specifically, we want *you* to collaborate with Cory, Nick and Ayato, and push features like there's no tomorrow. Expect 90% of it to be coded in JS/React (you might have to update some Rails code or anything else in our stack every now and then). CSS is a must too :)
This job requires:
* Strong vanilla JS skills
* Existing on-the-job experience and understanding of inner workings of React and ES6
* The ability to learn, fast
* Rigor and the ability to abide by clear design rules
* Both independence and team work
* Bonus points if you're a maker yourself
** Note to bootcamp grads: we love coding bootcamps and have hired many recent grads in the past. However this time we're looking for someone who's had time to apply their experience in a professional setting. Thanks!
Why work for Hackster.io, a product from Avnet, Inc?
- small friendly team, big individual impact
- peaceful startupy office in downtown San Francisco
- we get things done!
- unlimited snacks and drinks
- daily Mario Kart competitions!
- hacker space in the office filled up with the latest hardware dev boards
- unlimited vacation, full benefits (health, dental, vision, 401k, pension, etc)
- full time, 40 hours a week, Monday-Friday
- 3 months contract-to-hire role
- work from our cool San Francisco offices
- $100-$110k/year depending on experience
- full benefits, 401k, etc once hired; partial benefits provided while contracting
To apply: please use the form below and submit one or two paragraphs about why you're applying, why you think you're a good fit, why you want to work for Hackster, and similar experiences you've had in the past.