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We're here to be the best fulfillment partner we can be. Our goal is to provide better service, better technology, and, ultimately, a better company. So every action we take is with the end goal of providing an excellent experience for our clients and their customers. From the real estate we choose, to the technology we develop. As a front-end engineer at MasonHub, you are responsible for building the micro-frontend architecture that delights our clients and scales the people in our business. That means what you build must be reliable, beautiful, and easy to use. We can not and will not rest until we have delivered an experience that beats all others. From our documentation, to the reliability of our API's, to the speed at which our software can be updated. We will get it wrong from time to time and we may knowingly decide to worry about some things later...but we shall always endeavor to deliver greatness for ourselves, for our customers, for our team. We will learn together, fail together, and succeed together.
• Thrive virtually - We are a distributed engineering team by design. A successful team member will thrive in a collaborative, but distributed, work environment. They are as comfortable expressing their ideas over a video call as they are in person and they are intrinsically motivated to do their best work. • Design the product - There is no set of instructions for what we’re trying to do. Each of us is responsible for imagining a future and then designing the work necessary to get there. • Write the code - Design is one thing, but it’s even better when it’s accompanied by well thought out code and architecture. • Test everything - There is nothing quite like the feeling when you get when you release code 20 times in one day with no regression. We write tests so we can go faster and release more often. You will too. • Release often - See something wrong, fix it, write a test, deploy to production. Have a new feature, write a test, deploy it. All day, any time of the day. • Do it again - We are only as good as the last deploy, the last feature. We celebrate our wins, but we don’t rest on our laurels. • Take your turn as Red Hot - We get to build shiny new things, but we also have the honor of building a business. You’ll take your turn as the Red Hot/On Call engineer from time to time. You’ll fix bugs and help customers. We all do (including the CTO). • Some Travel - While the engineering team is fully distributed, our software manages physical inventory, so visiting our Fulfillment Centers is a perk of the job, when safe to do so.
• You learn fast - Sure there are patterns to follow, but almost every task is an opportunity to push ourselves to get better. If you wake up in the morning and hope to do better than you did yesterday, you’ll fit right in. • You are not afraid to execute and you’re not afraid to ask for help - There is no space for anyone’s ego on the team. Nice, but not necessary skills: • Experience in fulfillment or logistics related fields would be great. • Experience in React. We'll teach you, but we also love being taught. • A love affair with responsive and beautiful front-ends.
• At least 2 years experience delivering software that solves real problems reliably.
We built MasonHub from the ground up to support and scale rising, omnichannel brands that prioritize the customer experience. Rather than force retailers to adapt to outmoded and inefficient software, MasonHub is uniquely engineered to optimize inventory management and shipping. Our clients include disruptive activewear retailer Carbon38 and luxury size-inclusive ecommerce destination 11 Honoré.
MasonHub, Inc. is an innovative new provider of fulfillment technology and services founded in 2018 in Los Angeles. With an experienced management and technical team that understands the unique requirements of omnichannel fulfillment, our goal is to modernize the $150 billion 3PL industry with cutting-edge technology and unmatched hands-on service. MasonHub is backed by Canvas Ventures.
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