We're building a team to build the best home for remote companies
Moot is an all-in-one workspace that makes remote work a multiplayer experience, so teams can collaborate better, faster and cheaper. We are here to build the future of remote work - a future that is integrated, simplifying and above all, engaging. You can read more about why.
You'll build Moot with us
As our first Engineer, you'll be helping to shape both our product and the culture of the Moot company. You'll work closely with Moot's founders, James & Sam, who'll give you all the support you need to build amazing experiences on the Moot product.
Each day is often different, but typically you'll be working to:
→ Prioritise, build, and test product features, bug fixes
→ Decide on the best way to approach new builds
→ Improve existing parts of the product into joyful experiences for the end user
→ Liaise on designs, conversing on what will make Moot an amazing product now and into the future
Who we're looking for
We're looking for smart, autonomous and dependable engineers who want to build great experiences within a forward facing product. You should apply if...
→ you have strong opinions on how to design, build and manage design driven products
→ one of your favourite things to do is create experience that surprise and delight
→ you're a good communicator, able to give and recieve constructive feedback
→ you're flexible and consider yourself a bit of a generalist, enjoying to learn new things and pitch in on tasks outside of you discipline
→ you're excited to join and early stage team where you are able to build a culture and company from the ground up
What experience we're looking for
We're looking for people who:
→ Have experience designing and building amazing experiences on operating production systems
→ Are comfortable navigating the present and future of web practices
→ Are comfortable writing front end code that melds with industry standard backend practices
→ Can design and implement performant and secure components and frontend systems
→ Can effortlessly manage state across the frontend
→ Are able to work in uncertainty to carry projects from an initial idea through to a performant and reliable final implementation
Our technical stack
We use Typescript as our main language as it allows us to write code cleaner and faster. We also use:
→ React, for our JS libary of choice
→ Next.js for the building blocks of the Moot product
→ Vercel for easy deployment
→ TailwindCSS for beautiful and quick styling
→ DaisyUI (a Tailwind component library) for the base of our design system
→ Github (actions and projects) for pipeline and deployment
→ Supabase for authentication, identity management
We want our interview process to be as straightforward and enjoyable as possible, where we put a lot of effort on making the process as close to the experience of working with us as possible.
→ The first step will be a quick call to discuss the basics and decide whether it's a good fit
→ Follow up with a domain specific exercise (if preferred, you can provide us with a great piece of work you've been responsible for and we can discuss that)
→ A one hour general technical interview (that is actually relevant to the job), usually this is in the form of pairing together to work through some real issues or case studies
→ Once finished we're pretty quick to let you know the outcome, to which you'll be invited to an optional (& compensated) trial period to which you can see if the job meets your expectations. Trials usually last between 1-3 months.