Pangaea builds & scales international, premium consumer brands. We use data to quickly test, validate and scale brands at global scale.
Our first brand is a premium, male skincare brand, Lumin: luminskin.com!
Senior Software Engineer Los Angeles, CA, United States or Remote
Software Engineer Los Angeles, CA, United States or Remote
Why join us?
We are one of the fastest growing startups in LA. We've sold in 40 countries with in 9 months of launch.
Founders have sold and built profitable companies.
Over 80% of the company is atleast bi-lingual. We offer free foreign language lessons for all of our employees to promote open-mindedness and multi-cultural thinking.
Engineering at Pangaea
12 engineers + 2 founders (who are technical).
We are building the modern, global e-commerce stack - from warehouse to payments. We deal with many of the same types of problems Amazon did in their early days, but in a multi-brand world.
We plan to power 30-50 brands in the next 2-3 years (meaning we are testing even more). A flexible e-commerce stack to power all of these platforms is key!
Build warehousing and order management software to sync logistics decisions between various fulfillment hubs
Build a customer referral program from scratch
Rebuild flexible, subscription logic for international payments (move us away from feature-light, external services)
Working at Pangaea
We invest in personal growth alongside company growth - We ask everyone to always have a book on a public company reading list and encourage folks to learn a 2nd (or 3rd) language.
We value ownership - Own your work and outcomes. Seek feedback & collaborate. We trust you to make it happen.
We offer free lunch and gym membership as well :).
Lots of amazing, foreign cuisines. We eat out together A LOT.
We cover parking
We are in a high-rise in Koreatown. We can see the entire city of Los Angeles.
Great food. Company offsites for planning.
Work from Home
Feel free to work from as needed.
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