Collage.com's mission is to make custom products easy for everyone. We strive to do this by providing superior software and excellent customer service. We sell an expanding variety of photo and home products, including photo blankets, photo books, canvases, pillows, and more. Our company has been featured on the TODAY Show, The View, and Good Morning America many times. We are a profitable, 100% employee-owned company that has rapidly grown to 50 employees and $22M annual revenue over the past five years.
As a remote company, our development team is set up to empower individuals. The less time developers spend dealing with cumbersome processes and inefficient systems, the more time they have to solve problems and make an impact. We believe in staying at the forefront of best practices so that we can focus on work that matters. We pass almost all of The Joel Test (we only fix high-priority bugs before writing new code, but hey, we're a start-up), follow the best practices for continuous deployment (anything that is merged following a pull request goes straight to production), and have implemented a declarative unidirectional data flow system (like Flux, but on steroids) for our most complex logic. Difficult projects with extensive cascading data dependencies take days instead of months, allowing us to provide best-in-class design tools and iterate more quickly than our competitors with much larger development teams.
We are seeking an ambitious and nice engineering leader who shares our passion for building a great software company. As a 100% remote organization (read about our remote workplace at remote.co), this is a unique opportunity to define how a software team should communicate, have fun, and produce results without being confined to an office. You will join a team of managers who are excited about improving best practices, teaching developers, and delivering a great product. Our goal is to continue our fast pace of growth while creating the best possible work environment for engineers to be happy, productive, and grow professionally.
Following the take-home test, you will have phone calls with a developer you will be managing, a non-technical product manager, and both founders of the company. The goal of these interviews is to develop a mutual understanding of what it would be like to work together and assess strengths and weaknesses not captured by earlier parts of the interview process. While we only plan to hire one candidate for this position, we will make an offer as early as possible after the final interview.
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