Hearth (formerly Shogun) is a Fintech company helping home improvement contractors grow and manage their business. Our SaaS platform (www.gethearth.com) provides over 11,000 contractors the financial tools they need to close more business, including financing solutions, invoicing, payment collections, insurance products, all in one, modern system designed specifically for the home improvement industry.
Backed by 8VC, Founders Fund, and other prominent leaders in Silicon Valley, Hearth has raised over $50M and is one of the fastest growing companies in the home improvement space.
Backend Engineer East Bay, CA, United States, San Francisco, CA, United States, Silicon Valley, CA, United States, or Remote
Engineering Manager East Bay, CA, United States, San Francisco, CA, United States, or Silicon Valley, CA, United States
Full-Stack Engineer East Bay, CA, United States, San Francisco, CA, United States, Silicon Valley, CA, United States, or Remote
Why join us?
We have over 11,000 Home Improvement Contractor companies on our platform originating over $10m in financing loans per month.
We just closed our Series B valuing us at over $250m.
We're backed by top VCs like 8VC, Founders Fund, and Human Capital.
Engineering at Hearth
Currently, every engineer on the team is a generalist and can take on the highest priority projects that come down the pipeline. As we scale, engineers are starting to have particular focus areas of the product where they have become the
owners of that area. As project owners start to own more and more things, they will become the
lead in that area and potentially build a team around them.
We operate on two week sprints in Asana where we draw from our product and engineering roadmaps. Each week we discuss ongoing projects, the roadmap and brainstorm ways in which we can iterate and improve upon our current processes. We also carve out time each week for
Brain Gainz in which we learn something new outside the scope of our current tasks, be it a new frontend framework, cool new library we could use, or even learn Rust.
1) As our user base grows and that user base performs more actions, we're starting to see and tackle some scalability issues. We're investing in our data pipelines, isolated services, and frontend code splitting.
2) We're planning to have $100m in payments as well as originate $300m in loans via our platform. We're investing in our core foundations to be able to handle that sort of scale.
Build a Payments product in which Homeowners can pay Contractors for a home improvement project. Utilize Stripe Connect for the payment gateway but build out the concept of invoices, payment options, line items. And do it in a week... :)
Build an Invoice customization tool. Sit in on customer calls to listen to the problems areas Contractors have with existing software and determine a simple, elegant solution with product. Spearhead its implementation and keep track of how it performs once launched.
Create an external facing API for our customer data. Other software providers have expressed interest in integrating our services for shared customers. We've outgrown the manual hand hold and want to send them to our docs.
Working at Hearth
Our company values are:
Slope: We choose people that have a high learning potential. Employees solicit and give constructive feedback to better themselves and others.
Mutual Benefit: Not only do we want your skills to benefit the company, we'd like to equally benefit you on your journey. We allocate time for growth and want to see our employees leave Hearth in a dramatically better spot then when they arrived.
Truth: We hate the bureaucratic nature of larger companies and would rather be honest, open and empathetic with our co-workers. No posturing, just real growth.
As we grow we are striving to have a diverse top of funnel candidate pool and run the exact same interview process for everyone.
Part of the reason I've stayed at Hearth for over 4 years (since month 3 of the company starting) is that you won't find a better group of people. Talk to anyone here and you'll find them to be friendly and inclusive, humble and intellectual. - Zak
At this time, Hearth does not have specific initiatives in place for those in underrepresented groups. We take pride in the culture we have built over the years but know that we have some work to do in order to make diversity and inclusion a larger focus at Hearth. Our HR team has committed to making progress on this front with goals of implementing tangible initiatives in 2021.
We are currently office shopping in downtown SF. One of the requirements is that it is
Work from Home
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