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Department of Better Technology: Full-Stack Engineer

Our office is in Oakland, and we have other colleagues in Los Angeles and Boston. Responsibilities- Build, test, and refine product features.- Diagnose, document and debug production issues at every level of the stack.- Participate in code reviews.- Support our implementations with enterprise customers.What we'll give you- Opportunities to work on transformational change within government.- A flexible schedule.- A minimum vacation time of two weeks, not including holidays and sick days.- A paid membership to your co-working space of choice (if desired).- An annual professional development budget of $1,000 to help you grow in your career.- $100K–$125K salary, with equity (negotiable).You may be a good fit for this role if…- You appreciate and are excited to contribute to a humane, mutually respectful work environment.- You take deep pride in your work, but can make peace with shipping code that’s “good enough.”- You have excellent communication skills, in writing and in person.- You’re deeply familiar with the Rails stack, or something similar to it.- You’re okay with wearing many hats on a small team.- You understand the value that good design brings to a product.- You’re comfortable with (or excited about) taking ownership of major tech decisions at a hybrid SaaS / enterprise software company.- You pride yourself on clean, well-structured, and documented code.- You’re comfortable communicating complex engineering concepts to people of varying technical literacy.- You are independent and thrive in a startup and low-touch management environment.In addition, we will prefer candidates who have expertise in one or more of the following:- Front-end Web performance- Client-side JS frameworks (like Backbone, or something similar)- Implementing JS-heavy responsive web applications for small and large screens alike- Organizing, maintaining, and enforcing style conventions for CSS- Adhering to Web accessibility standards (like WCAG 2.0 Level AA or Section 508But, if your background is mostly with Rails or a similar stack, don't worry…

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