Full Stack Engineer


Full Stack Engineer

Full Stack Engineer

Location: Anywhere


The Role

We are looking for passionate engineers that have Node.js/Meteor or Ruby experience. The Full Stack Engineer responsibilities include designing scalable backend systems for incredible web application. This role plays an important part in our company’s development process. Our ideal candidate will be responsible for working with sharded data sets, API’s and streams and be skilled at analyzing database and API performance, creating indexes, and optimizing SQL and no-SQL queires.

Your Daily Activities include

  • Design scalable backend infrastructure for incredible web applications
  • Work with large data sources, streams and API’s
  • Handle sharded data sets and design scalable distributed systems
  • Analyze database and API performance, create indexes and optimize SQL and no-SQL queries
  • Continuously discover, evaluate, and implement new technologies to maximize development efficiency

About the Team

We love to help our clients solve real-world problems by offering technology-based solutions. We are always focused on accomplishing our goals while maintaining the highest level of integrity. We work hard, we produce, THEN we play hard. We count on our teammates and ALWAYS have each other’s backs. We recognize that sometimes we need to put in some extra time to get the job done, but we also know when it’s time to be with our family.

About the Company

Aptly is multifamily’s first CRM powered by artificial intelligence designed to optimize the resident experience, streamline communication and make property management teams more efficient. Aptly unifies resident and property data into one actionable, shared workspace. The result is increased productivity, smarter/faster resident interaction and more converted leads. Aptly was founded in 2017 by a team of property tech SaaS entrepreneurs who built and scaled single family’s first cloud property management platform. Working with leading brands in both single and multifamily real estate, the Aptly team has in-depth industry knowledge and expertise. Headquartered in San Francisco, Aptly has embraced the remote work culture, with team members in San Diego, Buenos Aires, Las Vegas, Dallas and beyond.

Our Vision of You

You embody our core values. We are hungry craftspeople, we have grit, we are honest, we take ownership, we have each other’s back no matter what, we’re one with our customers and we find strength in diversity and inclusion.

Basic Qualifications

  • Proven work experience in software development
  • Enterprise software development experience desirable
  • Experience with JavaScript, NodeJS, and web technologies
  • Experience with MongoDB
  • Experience working with remote data via RESTful API’s and JSON/XML data streams
  • Experience with AWS Lambda, Kinesis and Dynamo DB highly desirable
  • Experience with Elixir highly desirable
  • Experience with AI service APIs (Watson, TextRazor, etc) is a plus
  • Good communication skills and a positive attitude

Preferred Qualifications

  • Knowledge of the multifamily industry and the challenges within a management office
  • Understanding communication tools like Outlook/MS Exchange, Gmail, SMS and IVRs
  • Clear communicator with excellent writing skills
  • Must be goal-oriented with a go-getter attitude! “No” only challenges you to keep looking for the “yes”
  • Must be able to demonstrate successful experience working remotely

Why You’ll Love It Here

  • Included medical, dental, and vision coverage for full-time employees
  • Flexible vacation schedules (we encourage it too)
  • Work remotely…so long as you have a decent internet connection and a quiet place
  • Fun company and team outings because we also believe in getting together periodically
  • Employee referral bonuses to encourage the addition of great new people to the team
  • Sane work schedules so you don’t burnout
  • Transparency to feel like you are really part of growing the business


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