Senior Front End Engineer - Consumer Apps at Toast
We’re not your traditional tech company and we don’t aim to be. Going against the grain is in our DNA. Building a revolutionary product begins with revolutionary thinking. That’s why we value diversity of background and experience. Together, we empower restaurants of all sizes to build great teams, increase revenue, improve operations, and delight their guests. We pair our deep understanding of the restaurant industry with powerful cloud based software and restaurant-grade hardware to deliver an intuitive all-in-one platform. Join us on our mission to empower the restaurant community to delight guests, do what they love, and thrive.
You will be working on consumer facing experiences that help millions of guests order from the best restaurants. We need talented engineers to help people live happier, fuller lives through great food experiences.
As a senior frontend engineer on The Digital Ordering team, you will:
- Experiment directly with Guests in Restaurants to test new dining experiences
- Ship code in frontend experiences (and backend systems if you prefer) that have a massive impact on guests and restaurants.
- Be part of a team working with Research & Design, Product and other engineers building experiences that people love.
Do you have the right ingredients?
- Have a depth of experience building frontend experiences, especially with React, Redux or Apollo, ES6, Webpack, Node.js and GraphQL.
- Work with design to create high impact, delightful frontend experiences.
- Work with a cross functional team to support and contribute to backend microservices.
- Have experience with testing and monitoring in an agile environment. Be an advocate for continual quality.
More on our tech stack:
Our web-based products run on React, Apollo, ES6 and Webpack. Other standard parts of our stack include Swift on iOS and Kotlin on Android, backend services in Java and Kotlin. Our backend services follow a microservice architecture written using Java 8 and DropWizard; we use AWS extensively, ranging from S3 to RDS to Lambda.