Thought Industries · Feb 7th 2018
You would be a good fit if:
We use Node.js with Koa and Ember.js, but are open to any framework experience you might have. We aren't setting a strict number of years of experience, but this is a more mid-to-senior level position. This role is split through the full stack with an emphasis on the backend. We've seen a lot of folks succeed at TI who come from consultancy-style work and are looking to really invest deeply in a platform, so if that sounds like you, please apply.
Throughout the day, we rely on Slack and GitHub pull requests. Over the past year, we've introduced Babel, Prettier, GraphQL, and ESLint. The development team is completely distributed across the US.The company
Thought Industries is a startup in the Online Learning space. We enable companies to launch and sell their own online school and distribute learning material — think Shopify meets Udemy/Coursera.
This is a full-time position. You can work from anywhere, but there should be some overlap with US East Coast hours. No Recruiters, please, and we are only able to consider US citizens at this time.
Headquartered in Boston, Massachusetts, Thought Industries is one of the world’s fastest-growing online learning companies in the U.S. We are helping consumer brands and for-profit learning organizations change how they build, deploy and grow online learning businesses. Today, hundreds of customers and brands are using the Thought Industries’ Learning Business Platform to transform the way they reach, teach, and engage audiences.
We are a growing, well-funded technology company, with a talented team and a clear vision. This is a unique opportunity to take a lead role at an exciting SaaS software company with a robust cloud-based platform. We hire talented people who are self-motivated and team orientated. We provide equal opportunity in employment for all qualified persons and prohibit discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, creed, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, ancestry, age, veteran status, disability unrelated to job requirements, genetic information, military service, or any other protected status.