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Software Engineer



Software Engineering
Posted on Tuesday, October 24, 2023


We are looking for a talented full-stack engineer to join our small team and help us change the way people build, design, and ship custom software. You'll be a great fit if you enjoy solving technical problems and shipping features quickly. We're looking for someone who is always confident enough to voice their opinions and humble enough to admit mistakes and fix them.
If interested, please send an email to ryley@brevity.io with a link to your personal site (or Resume is fine too), as well as a link to a project you've worked on.
We currently only considering Arizona-based applicants

About Brevity

We are building the world's most advanced no-code app builder. Our users can design, test, and deploy a full-stack web app without writing a single line of code. Businesses of all sizes, from startups to large corporations, have shipped products using Brevity in a fraction of the cost and time of traditional development.
Our tech stack includes React, NodeJS, Rust, and Postgres.

About This Role

As one of our earliest engineering hires, you'll be touching all areas of Brevity's product. We are looking for someone who can take ownership of features and ship them at light speed. You will be working primarily in React for the front end and NodeJS for the back end. This role is in person in Gilbert, Arizona


Competitive Salary
Stock Options
Unlimited PTO
Generous health benefits


5 years (minimum) of development experience on a high-performing team
Professional experience building React-based web apps
Experience with Microsoft office (just kidding)

You'll be a great fit if

You're excited about taking ownership of entirely new features and making them world-class
You consider software development a career and a hobby
You enjoy working in person with a talented team
You’re comfortable with things changing fast as we iterate quickly

You won't be a great fit if

You're interested in a temporary gig until you can find something else
You're uncomfortable with some ambiguity in our feature requirements
You don't think helping more people build software is cool