Software Engineer - Full Stack, OarAt Newco
- Full Time
- Partial Remote
Posted on June 2nd
Newco is an IAC incubator that conceives, tests, launches and scales new businesses from day 0. We’re a platform for exceptional entrepreneurs to build businesses - supported by an ecosystem that has produced 10 public companies. We leverage industry expertise in launching new startups such as Oar, a B2C telehealth platform to assist in the treatment of alcohol use disorder.
We are searching for a hungry-to-learn, diligent, Software Engineer who is passionate about creating beautiful and interactive experiences for a customer base seeking help in their treatment of alcohol use. You and the rest of the engineering team will collaborate with our design team to build upon our existing framework and bring new features to life. Plus, you’ll work with a team of intelligent, passionate, and engaged coworkers and get excellent benefits in a company that values the differences each of us bring to the table.
What excites us about you?
- You have about 3+ years experience as software developer
- You are able to build quickly but also have a sense of architecture that can scale reasonably well beyond small beta launches
- You enjoy working collaboratively, within a common framework, to build intuitive solutions to complex problems
- You’re intellectually curious, willing to jump into existing projects and learn on the fly.
- You like to rely on your keen problem-solving abilities to creatively and efficiently extinguish unexpected challenges
- You have a strong attention to detail and quality control; nothing gets past you!
- You have an entrepreneurial spirit and think proactively/strategically about broader business and customer goals
How we enable you to live your best life!
- Competitive salary
- Paid health insurance coverage
- 401k contribution
- MacBook Pro
- Health and Wellness reimbursement
- Paid metro card
- Complimentary team lunches
- Fun team outings
- Generous vacation time
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