Musifai is an E-commerce site that provides musical instruments rental and purchase services for all types of instrument. Founded in December 2017 in New York City, we are a group of music lovers who hope to make a difference in the music market.
We are looking to recruit a full-time Full Stack Software Engineer. Making our platform easy to use and attractive for customers is extremely important. As a Full Stack Engineer at Musifai, you'll have the opportunity to build our platform from the ground up, making it highly usable and enjoyable for music lovers. This will include design abstractions, APIs, and systems to power our next-generation, massively-scalable platform.
We believe in a strong, friendly engineering culture. One of our explicit goals as a team is to build a uniquely fun and growth-oriented culture. Our team of hackers and thinkers is small, lean, and empathetic.
Own the front-end and back-end of the Musifai platform with a huge amount of autonomy
Ensure proper technical design and quality standards are upheld
Efficiently roll out technical features from concept to product; Conduct web architecture, design, and coding activities new modular, reusable components and features
Work with the Business Development team to prioritize different features, and add value with respect to strategic discussions and key technology decisions
Identify and resolve performance bottlenecks and front-end performance issues
At least 3 years experience in professional software development in a tier 1 tech company
B.S. or M.S. in Computer Science, Engineering, Mathematics, or equivalent experience
Master of at least one scripting language (e.g., Ruby, Python, etc.) and at least one compiled language (e.g., Java, C/C++). Bonus points for Java and Ruby experience
Experience with third party REST API integration
Experience in a fast-paced work environment, shipping quality code quickly
Ability to understand a problem, and design a stack to create the perfect scalable solution
Deep understanding of web application architecture and computer science principles