We’re Hiring!

We have two positions open for engineers. If you are interested, you can reach us at plusplus@singly.com.

1. Front-end Engineer

Your mission: Help build Singly’s personal data service, primarily developing browser UI components

  • Cooperate with designers to create interfaces which are usable, powerful, implementable and maintainable
  • Design and implement software components to bring these ideas to life in products
  • Cooperate with other software engineers on a range of technical projects which span the full application stack

Tools of the trade – Be able to work with technologies such as these, and others in their respective classes:

  • HTML, Javascript, CSS
  • Git and Github
  • Node.JS

2. Infrastructure Engineer

Your mission: Design, implement, maintain and scale Singly hosting infrastructure

  • Lead infrastructure projects from concept through final deployment
  • Identify and eliminate problems which limit scalability, security, and robustness
  • Evolve infrastructure to meet technical and business objectives, as we grow and change
  • Develop tools and applications to automate and standardize operational tasks
  • Partner with other engineers to complete projects spanning the full application and infrastructure stack
  • Respond to operational problems such as performance and availability issues, analyze and identify root causes, and take corrective action

Tools of the trade – Be able to work with technologies such as these, and others in their respective classes:

  • Amazon Web Services, especially EC2
  • Puppet
  • Node.js
  • Graphite
  •  Ubuntu Server
  • Git and Github
  • Capistrano
  • LXC

Here’s a bit about us:

Singly is an open personal data platform.

We’re on a mission to empower individuals and developers by breaking down barriers that limit personalization and creative expansion of the web.

Our office is open, beautiful and bright. In fact, so is our team. We ♥ node.js, sunlight, vegetables, good beer, music and anything open source. Singly prides itself on maintaining a positive atmosphere with open communication and an ever-challenging workload.

And we’ll never sell sugar water.

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