Endpoint is a digital Title and Escrow company that streamlines the home closing process by making it simple, fast and transparent for everyone involved. Our platform involves all parties: agents, buyers, and sellers, and offers convenient signing, secure funds transfer, and in-home notarization to put your home buying process at ease.
Engineering culture — we strongly support: - open channels of communication - metric/evidence based decisions (as opposed to
the loudest voiceor
the most senior title) - a diversity of backgrounds and experiences - investing time to build for quality which increases long term velocity
Early stage success — thus far we have beat sales expectations month on month and quarter over quarter.
Our Long Term Incentive Plan guarantees an exit event at the end of 2023 — it's up to us to make that day as profitable as we can for everyone involved.
Endpoint engineering runs classic Agile - 2 week sprints, engineering driven scoping of stories — we use our historical velocity average to inform how much work we commit to each sprint.
We do morning standup, retrospectives and sprint planning is done with the team and their laptops present — we discuss implementation plans and potential issues as part of the pointing process to ensure that we aren't just waving hands and guessing at points.
We are re-building the original MVP platform to get ready for a nationwide launch. This creates some tension as we still need to keep the beta users happy.
Our main technical challenge, however, will be to invent a flexible workflow engine that allows our software to work in a variety of markets, each with their own variations of the escrow process.
Create a ReactNative app that deploys to web, iOS and Android from the same code base. As part of the architecture, we're building smart api clients and flexible component libraries to follow our design system.
Creating an asynchronous back end ecosystem capable of ensuring the integrity of sensitive financial data.
As a young, developing startup, we acknowledge what we’ve accomplished, but know there's still a lot to do - that’s why we take our time to perfect our platform. We ensure our diverse group of engineers have the freedom to voice their opinion, work as a collaborative team to make decisions, and continue to challenge the industry standard.
Take it as you need it. Work-life balance is important
We cater lunch into the office every Wednesday, and do a company happy hour every other Friday (end of sprint celebration!) at a local Manhattan Beach bar. We also have a pretty fancy Jura coffee machine and loaded snack cabinet.
We love pets - our resident mascot is a Bulldog named Chuck who is in the office nearly every day. There is also a nice dog run behind the building for use anytime
We encourage engineers to attend conferences, workshops, online classes, or any other form of additional learning - and provide stipends to do so
We have a comprehensive benefits package that covers medical, dental, vision, and life insurance
Some folks like to come in early (7:30-8am) and leave early, others prefer the later hours. We're focused much more on output, not face time
Sailing, happy hours, escape rooms have all been partaken by various teams - we also have a shared shuffleboard and ping pong table that folks play throughout the day to take a break and have a good time together
4% match (of base compensation) at target company performance
Once a quarter, we do a company event off-site. Historical events have included a night at the Magic Castle, bowling, and a day at the beach
We work from home on the first Friday of every sprint (for many of us this is one of our most productive days!)
We'll happily support relocation costs for great talent
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