Now, more than ever, the Toast team is committed to our customers. We’re taking steps to help restaurants navigate these unprecedented times with technology, resources, and community. Our focus is on building the restaurant platform that helps restaurants adapt, take control, and get back to what they do best: building the businesses they love. And because our technology is purpose-built for restaurants, by restaurant people, restaurants can trust that we’ll deliver on their needs for today while investing in experiences that will power their restaurant of the future.
Our team strives to deliver a seamless integrated Hardware/Software experience for Toast devices. When we do our job well, the restaurant staff can focus on doing what they love: providing great food and service.
Our team tackles a mix of technical, product, and UX challenges during projects including:
- Building the firmware running on our tablets
- Building solutions for updating firmware and managing the fleet of devices.
About this roll* (Responsibilities)
- Work with fellow engineers, product managers, designers, and user researchers to build amazing web and mobile features, applications, and services
- Flex your full-stack muscles with challenging end-to-end tasks in a supportive, collaborative team environment
- Design, build, and deliver features in Toast’s device management products
- Collaborate with UX and PM on the definition and design of features
- Mentor and guide less experienced engineers
- Share best practices with other frontend/backend engineers across Toast R&D
Do you have the right ingredients*? (Requirements)
- Experienced with an Object Oriented Language: Java or Kotlin
- Experience building complex web applications with React
- Experience building backend services and APIs from scratch
- Exposure to tiered web application architecture and databases a plus
- Experience delivering high quality, reliable services to production
- Exposure to microservices or a SaaS product is a plus
- Enjoys working in a team environment with a shared code-base
*Bread puns encouraged but not required