Staff Front-End Engineer

Silicon Valley, CA, United States


Role Location

  • Silicon Valley, CA, United States


26 - 50 people


5050 El Camino Real Ste 226
Los Altos, CA, 94022, US

Tech Stack

  • Swift
  • Java
  • MySQL
  • Solr
  • Javascript
  • Node.js
  • React Native

Role Description

We are looking for a passionate front-end engineer to join our team. As a Staff Software Engineer you will be responsible for taking ownership and creating new features for our CMS that is built with React.js and Node.js. Our platform serves the world’s leading brands and retailers for their POS and mobile applications.


  • Partner closely with key stakeholders to build a cohesive product that delights our customers
  • Designing, architecting and implementing production ready features
  • Conduct research to aid in product development and tool selection
  • Mentor, coach and develop engineers

Skills & Experience

  • BS/MS in Computer Science/Engineering with 3 years or equivalent experience
  • Designed and delivered Javascript based web applications using html, css and libraries such as React.js
  • Good communications and documentation skills
  • Display a passion for continuous learning

Nice To Have

  • Experience working on Retail POS platforms and solutions
  • Experience working on eCommerce platforms and solutions
  • Experience working with AWS


  • Competitive salary packages and bonuses
  • Strong equity / employee stock option package
  • Comprehensive medical, dental and vision insurance
  • Generous vacation and company holidays
  • Paid parental leave for eligible employees
  • Participation in 401(k) plan with Vanguard

About PredictSpring

POS Systems are life line of stores and existing brands stopped innovating in 1990's. PredictSpring is stepping in and disrupting this space. We are live in 20 countries, 700 stores and multiple customers like Converse, SuitSupply, Movado, Herman Miller, Design within Reach etc

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