Hi! We're looking for a Senior Fullstack Product Engineer
Competitive Salary + Equity
We're building a new way to think and work with numbers. Causal is a tool for performing calculations, visualising data, and communicating with numbers. We take the good parts of spreadsheets and combine them with the good parts of programming, to make number-crunching fast, collaborative, and accessible to everyone.
We're a small team, and well-funded by some great VCs and angel investors (Naval Ravikant, Scott Belsky, and many more) across the US and Europe. We are a globally distributed team working remotely with members of our team on both sides of the Atlantic.
We're looking for senior product engineers to help us build the most flexible and easy to use number crunching tool. We have to solve various difficult engineering/UX problems:
Our spreadsheet-esque frontend interface: This interface comes with a slew of UI/UX challenges to support complex functionality without being complicated, and needs to be incredibly performant. Causal needs a low floor and a high ceiling — it should be simple enough for anyone to get started with, but powerful enough for really complex use-cases.
Our dashboarding and data visualisation capabilities: We have to allow users to create beautiful charts and tables to communicate with numbers.
Understand the product and the customer's needs in detail
Translate functional requirements into maintainable, well-tested, and performant code
Help set up processes to guarantee the long-term success of Causal's engineering team
Play a crucial role in setting the direction of Causal's product, as well as the company and culture
Have 6+ years software engineering experience building complex products
Have 5+ years of experience with (parts of) our frontend tech stack: React/Redux/Apollo/Typescript. Also nice to have Node/GraphQL experience
Have product sense and cares about customer/UX
Huge plus if candidate has prior experience working with Aggrid (our table library)
Worked on complex tools (BI tool, analytics tool, Figma, Airtable, Notion, etc.) or worked at a Series A-C startup on a chart or data visualisation tool
Be able to write clean + maintainable code with attention to performance, but also be able to ship quickly + scrappily when the occasion calls for it
Be comfortable shipping features end-to-end, from defining the product spec to deploying to production
Have a Bachelor's degree in Computer Science or another quantitative field
Competitive salary and equity package
Equipment stipend to support your home office needs
Generous monthly remote wellness stipend, which can be used flexibly for daily lunch, gym membership, co-working, etc.
Generous annual learning and development stipend
Company retreats twice a year
Remote-first (United States, Canada, United Kingdom) with a physical space in London