We’re building Zapier for Data Analysis
We’re on a mission to create the best last-mile data analysis platform the world has ever seen. As a part of the core engineering team at Airboxr, you’ll be working on sophisticated data pipelines and backend infrastructure to execute this mission. This is a full-stack role though, so expect some UX/UI work interspersed with systems design and implementation.
We're quite literally changing the way people use spreadsheets today. Imagine all the pain a typical business analyst goes through to analyse data where they have to collect, clean and organise data from various third-party data sources. We remedy that by creating an all powerful spreadsheets add-on that lets you query data across different sources without having to write a single line of code.
We’re building a massive data platform behind the scenes. If that excites you, feel free to reach out to us and nerd out about it.
We're proudly a remote-first and hands-off organization. All we need from you is to take ownership of your work and be as excited as we are about what we’re building here. Our rule for meetings is simple. If something's taking too long to explain over slack, we jump on a call.
Our frontend is built with React and MUI, written in Typescript. Our backend is built with NestJS (also written in Typescript) that talk to a PostgreSQL server, hosted on GCP.
You can probably tell that we prefer strongly typed languages and opinionated frameworks. That's because we want to build a real product that scales well, not a prototype that barely works.
We will be doing a robust refactor of our data platform very soon. If you have any ideas on what tech stack and framework would be best suited for writing data pipelines, we’d love to talk to you.
Why Join Now?
We're in the early stages of building a revolutionary product and gaining traction quicker than we originally anticipated. As a key member of our engineering team, you'll be working closely with the founders and will get a front-row seat for this very exciting startup journey that lies ahead of us.
What matters most to us is a learner's mindset and some real development experience (past jobs, projects, etc) you can draw on.
It will help if you're familiar with most of the following things already:
The following is also important, given that we'll be collaborating remotely:
Ideally you have about 2 years of experience, but we won't hold it against you if you don't.