Full-Stack Engineer

SAF Platform


9 months ago

05/26/2019 11:52:19

Job type: Full-time

Category: Software Development


SAF Platform builds software that digitizes the workflow of alternative investments for institutional investors and asset managers. Our mission is to give our clients control over the investment process through the use of our platform.


We are a growing company with leadership that has a track record of success. Our company is based out of NYC, but our technology team is 100% remote. We currently have engineers based in North America, South America and Europe.


What you get:

Work remotely from home (or location of your choosing)

Flexible work hours

Four (4) weeks paid vacation

Competitive salary

Additionally, if you are located in the United States, we can provide:

Medical, dental, and vision benefits

401k with company match

What we need:

A our engineering team continues to expand, we are looking to fill multiple available positions. We are looking for ambitious and knowledgeable Full Stack Software Engineers located in the Americas. The position is a mid to senior position and a strong candidate will likely have multiple years of professional experience. Prior experience in a remote environment is helpful, but not required.


Required Skills:

Competent in JavaScript and Ruby (or another OO language)

Experience building SPA with React or another JS framework

Strong knowledge and experience using common test frameworks

Experience building and maintaining REST APIs

Great written and verbal communication skills in English

Nice to Have Skills:

Experience working with Docker

Experience of deployments onto cloud infrastructure

Experience working with Personally identifiable information

What you will do:

SAF Engineering is a growing team and, as a new member, you will have the opportunity to take ownership of large pieces of product. In addition, you will help set standards and develop best practices as our application and team grow. Your daily responsibilities may include:


Design, build, test, deploy and maintain web applications and services

Write clean, performant code in accordance with our team’s code style guidelines

Work to improve and maintain the code health of all our software

Collaborate with team members and stakeholders to ensure the company is always building the best solutions in an optimal way for our clients

Participate in peer code reviews, share expertise with other members of the team, and help develop and maintain best practices as SAF grows


We believe in using the right tool for the job. Currently our applications are built in Ruby and JavaScript. We use Rails, React, and Redux, deploy on AWS, and use Docker and Github during development. We use Slack and Asana for communication and use several other tools to help us get the job done.

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