Turnout2020 · Mar 6th 2020
Turnout2020 is seeking a full-time Senior Software Engineer to take a leading role in the development of Get Out The Vote web applications, primarily by architecting, developing, and deploying high-quality Python code to Amazon Web Services. The ideal candidate will have a passion for increasing voter participation, while being comfortable working collaboratively and swiftly on a small, all-remote engineering and product team. This position is an opportunity to develop new software products on tight deadlines to drive as many Americans as possible to the polls.
Here’s what you’ll be working on:
Design and implement APIs for voter-centered tools
Write clean and scalable Python code that can be publicly released
Take ownership of bugs and feature requests submitted by product and support teams
Work in a solutions-oriented fashion with stakeholders across the organization
Mentor other developers, and assist in code review and troubleshooting of others’ code
Participate in “on-call” rotations to respond to system outages
Other tech and organizational projects as assigned. We’re working to increase voter turnout, not just write code.
You should meet the following minimum requirements:
5-7+ years of experience as a Software Engineer or similar role working on a user-facing web application
An understanding of all parts of a full-stack web application. We currently use Django and React, and trust every engineer to jump in where needed
Familiarity with Amazon Web Services and working in the AWS console
Bonus points if you have:
Experience with container-orchestration systems such as Kubernetes or Elastic Container Service
Experience building civic participation tools
Prior political, campaign, or organizing experience strongly preferred
A passion for increasing civic participation during the 2020 election and beyond
The salary range for the role of Senior Software Engineer is $110K - $120K for candidates based in SF, NYC or DC. The salary range will be adjusted based on cost of living data for folks who live in less expensive regions. Here’s why: we feel strongly that progressive organizations should optimize for a consistent standard of living for all employees. If we pay folks in Mississippi our SF salary, then our MS employees are living in 8 bedroom homes while our SF employees have a more modest lifestyle.