As a fullstack engineer at Sang Lucci Trading, LLC (the parent company of wallstjesus.com), you will be working with us to continue to build our digital ecosystem, including our newly launched community, chat, and education application.
To apply, you must you have at least 3+ years of experience in developing web based software products.
You’ll work with React, MySQL, Golang and Microsoft Azure. Even if you’re stronger with front end frameworks, you need enough understanding to work across the stack.
We encourage you to apply if:
You know how to build React components. You know React & Redux but you're also thinking forward with Context & Hooks. You value a smooth user experience and develop in a way that's scalable and reusable.
You value code quality. You understand that testing code is key and you document your work as you go. You're familiar with technical debt - and have a plan to manage it, but prioritize shipping the product on time.
You’re passionate about modern cloud tools & architecture. You understand the value of microservices, CI/CD and managing/moving away from monoliths.
You thrive in a remote work setting. We are an entirely remote company with team members distributed throughout North America and Europe. It’s essential that you feel comfortable working with asynchronous communication for at least part of your workload.
You’re comfortable in a small company. We are a fast growing team of 15-20 individuals. We are scrappy and resourceful; we know that there won’t always be someone to tell us what to do and that, sometimes, it’s our responsibility to innovate on the fly.
At Sang Lucci, we rely on a handful of 3rd party services to keep our business running. We'll prioritize candidates who have experience with any of the following:
When you click "Apply Now" below, you'll be directed to our standard application. We ask a few questions that we would typically ask in an interview. This accelerates the process and helps us to get to know you better.
After you apply, you'll hear back from us within a week. If you're a good fit, we'll let you know what the next steps are. If you aren't a good fit, we'll tell you what to improve on and when you can apply again.