Sr Software Engineer
- San Francisco, CA, United States
- $155k - $180k
- 0.0% - 0.0%
Strive was an ed-tech startup building a platform for management training and leadership development. Strive's approach is like Noom or Omada Health for learning, combining coaching, community, accountability and analytics to drive behavior change at scale. The approach worked – 90% of participants and 100% of buyers say they would be disappointed if they could no longer use Strive, the average participant improves 10% on key leadership skills and completion rates are ~3x industry standards.
Strive was acquired by FranklinCovey in April 2021 with the goal of using Strive's learning platform to power the learning experience for FranklinCovey's thousands of customers and millions of learners.
Strive's team of 17 has joined FranklinCovey and you will be working as part of that engineering team. This opportunity has many of the benefits of a startup – smaller / nimble team, relatively new code base, progressive engineering practices – and the benefits of a larger company – scale, stable salary/team, etc.
As a Sr Software Engineer, you will develop products that allow companies to train their employees and overcome their most pressing people-related problems at scale. You will work with our product team to build a learning platform on a modern tech stack, scaling usage 10-1000x in the next year. As part of this work, you will also help architect innovative ways to connect disparate historically utilized platforms into one seamless user and customer experience.
Shipping, while writing code that is tested, readable, and maintainable
Support and influence the team culture of being customer-centric and continuously improving
Engage in technical discussion and decision making
Collaborate with stakeholders to understand requirements and use cases
5+ years of relevant professional experience
The desire to keep learning as well as sharing knowledge
Demonstrable ability to ship high quality, working software, which can be used as a role model for best in class engineering practices, cognizant of, and explicit about associated tradeoffs
Experience with any of the following engineering areas: performance, security, privacy, accessibility, and localization/globalization
Experience leading, mentoring, or managing a team of software engineers
Experience refactoring/architecting systems of moderate complexity
About Strive, a FranklinCovey company
OVERVIEW Strive is an edtech startup building a platform for management training and leadership development. Strive was acquired by FranklinCovey, a publicly traded corporate training company, in April '21. FranklinCovey will now use Strive's learning platform to power the learning experience for their thousands of customers and millions of learners.
ABOUT STRIVE Strive's management training platform is like Noom or Omada Health for learning, combining coaching, community, accountability and analytics to drive behavior change at scale. The approach works – 90% of participants and 100% of buyers say they would be disappointed if they could no longer use Strive, the average participant improves 10% on key leadership skills and completion rates are ~3x industry standards.
ABOUT FRANKLIN COVEY Franklin Covey Co. (NYSE: FC) is a global, public company, specializing in organizational performance improvement. We help organizations achieve results that require lasting changes in human behavior. FranklinCovey's solutions are available across multiple modalities and in 21 languages. Clients have included the Fortune 100, Fortune 500, thousands of small- and mid-sized businesses, numerous government entities, and educational institutions.
- Slope Over Intercept – Strivers aspire to become the best version of themselves, continuously improving personally and professionally. We approach work with a growth mindset, focused on how we can get better every day, searching for both small improvements and broad breakthroughs. We neither fear new challenges nor worry if we're not experts on day one. We aim to learn quickly, viewing failures as lessons learned and insights earned, not mistakes made.
- Balance Clear Standards and Compassion – When we work together, we set clear standards for ourselves and others to minimize miscommunication and unproductive storytelling. We're compassionate with ourselves and each other if and when we don't hit all of our plans, deadlines or goals. We give one another permission to be human, recognizing no one is perfect, supporting the person first and worker second.
- Think like a Scientist, Act like an Engineer, Document like a Historian – Like a scientist, we plan with intention and from first principles, focusing on the context, problem and hypothesis. Like an engineer, we act pragmatically, building just enough to achieve our goal or validate our hypothesis. Like a (great) historian, we document our ideas and plans, sharing them proactively and transparently in a manner that's clear for our current and future audience.
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