Full-Stack Software Engineer (Archive Product)

 Gaggle
 USA
 24 days ago
 None

Full-Stack Software Engineer (Archive Product)


At Gaggle, we help schools prevent suicide, self-harm, violence, and bullying. We are looking for a full-stack software engineer (remote; US-based) to join our distributed team to design and build the software that our customers and employees use to protect kids and save lives.



What will you be doing?


As a Full-stack Software Engineer, you will be working with leadership and product to design a new experience and develop a responsive web app for our new archive product using Java, Angular, Typescript, and AWS.



Here's how our team likes to work:



  • Small product teams that own the entire lifecycle of their applications

  • Build web applications with Angular, Typescript, HTML, and CSS

  • Develop APIs in TypeScript or Java

  • Run our applications on AWS

  • Use GraphQL and REST for invoking APIs

  • Deploy APIs with AppSync and AWS Lambda

  • Deliver software frequently through continuous delivery pipelines

  • Automate testing as a part of our pipelines

  • Use agile development practices, specifically Kanban

  • Collaborate through Slack, Google Meet, Jira, and GitHub



The position will offer a competitive compensation package composed of a salary commensurate with the candidate’s level of experience. Employee benefits include, but are not limited to medical, dental, and vision and participation in Gaggle's 401(k). US-based, home office (remote) capabilities required


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