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Stripe

Provides an incredibly simple payments API with associated merchant account setup.

Full Stack / Frontend Engineer, Stripe Terminal
San Francisco, CA, US
Remote
North America
Job Description / Skills Required

Stripe Terminal helps our users extend their online presence to the physical world. The Terminal team’s mission is to make it as easy for businesses to accept in-person payments as the Stripe API has done for online payments. With Terminal, businesses can unlock in-person payments use cases that are right for their business model—whether it’s creating a superb retail experience, extending their website to a pop-up store, or enabling a mobile point-of-sale at their next event. 

We’re working on an exciting host of new fleet management capabilities to scale Stripe’s Terminal business — and we’re looking for full stack engineers who can help build an emerging business. While you’ll spend most of your time building products, you’ll also be taking the time to improve the architecture and mentor those around you to create more sustainable frontend software development.

You will:

  • Build intuitive frontend web applications using modern web frameworks
  • Design, build, and maintain APIs, services, and systems across Stripe’s engineering teams.
  • Build new features for internal and external users.
  • Participate in the product development process from start to finish, from helping scope projects to measuring their success and iterating based on user feedback
  • Work across design, product and engineers across the company to build features that scale across the globe.

We’re looking for someone who has:

  • 3+ years of industry front-end development experience, building, running, and debugging web applications using modern JS frameworks (React, Angular, etc).
  • A strong technical background, including 5+ years of experience as a generalist working on both the frontend, backend, and anything it takes to solve problems and delight users. We work mostly with JavaScript (React), Ruby, GraphQL/Apollo, SQL, HTML, and CSS. (None of us are experts in all of these either.)
  • Take pride in shepherding projects from ideation to completion, where completion often involves partnering with operational teams to carefully roll out changes that affect their workflows.
  • Seek out feedback from your users and empathetically advocate for them throughout the product development process.
  • Thrive in a collaborative environment involving different functions, stakeholders, and subject matter experts.

What’s it like to work at Stripe?

Stripe makes it easy to start, run and scale an internet business from anywhere in the world.

Stripe is, at its heart, an engineering company. To provide a missing pillar of core internet infrastructure, we hire people from various backgrounds with broad technical skills. Stripes take on some of the most challenging problems in the industry – from reliably handling 100M API requests per day, to building adaptive machine learning as a result of years of data science and infrastructure work, and empowering entrepreneurs worldwide to start a global internet business.

We look at Stripe as a constant work in progress and the same is true of our people. We’re here to support each other in our curiosity and creativity – which we pursue through thoughtful discussion and knowledge-sharing among a diverse set of peers and colleagues.

We contribute to open-source projects and the people working on them, and we release tools as open-source.

We want to work in a company of warm, inclusive people who treat their colleagues well. The kind of people who commit to going out of their way to help other Stripes in the short-term and pushing them to improve over the long-term (by helping them to get better at what they do).

We’re a diverse organization and view that as part of the fun: we design our space to encourage as much collaboration as possible. We also have a culture of transparency that we carry through to email communication, ensuring that Stripes all around the world have the information they need to make good local decisions.