Yours.co is looking for a software developer to build and lead a small team of two or three other developers in building their platform for offline backup of cloud storage.
You will be the head of software development at Yours.co and one of the first full-time software hires. You’ll have the opportunity to build a team, establish a process, pick a tech stack, and help settle the age old question of whether to use tabs, spaces, or extra semi colons to indent lines. This is a chance to create the culture you want and grow as a developer and person.
Because the team is relatively small, this role will involve lots of coding with some management sprinkled on top. Your main job is to build great software through your own efforts and the efforts of your team.
We are not looking for a rock star ninja unicorn sorceress code-crushing 100x developer-god. Real human beings only please.
This is an on-site position in American Fork, UT.
Yours.co is a small startup working to preserve digital memories. We have a history in optical media and have created some special Blu-ray discs that last 1,000 years, which is about 10x the [lifespan of normal discs] (http://www.makeuseof.com/tag/cds-truth-cddvd-longevity-mold-rot/).
Our current product is offline backup of photos from cloud services. Users can subscribe and receive a monthly backup of everything they store in the cloud on these long-lasting Blu-ray discs. This is the first piece of a larger vision to help people preserve and present their digital memories.
We want Yours.co to be a great place for software developers where they can do great work, learn new skills, and feel proud of what they are building. We value work-life balance. We work hard and go home.
We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity. We don’t discriminate on race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status.
The purpose of an interview is to see what it is like for us to work together. To that end, our interview process looks a lot like working together: writing code, pair programming, code reviews, architecture discussions, and conversations about building a team.
Our work does not typically involve solving graph coloring problems on a whiteboard by hand in front of an audience of strangers. That means our interviews don’t ask you do that either.
We will explore the boundaries of your knowledge. Not knowing the answer to something is not a failure in an interview any more than it is a failure in work.
Here is what to expect:
At this point, we know and love each other, so all that is left to do is discuss an offer!
The whole thing should take five to seven hours. These steps can happen at whatever pace works for you. If you have questions or feedback, just email us. There is always a human ready to answer. Send your resume or any questions to [email protected].