Software Engineer

San Francisco • $120k - $170k

Transcend


Role Location

  • San Francisco

Compensation

$120k - $170k

Employees

11 - 25 people

Address

832 Sansome St
San Francisco, CA, 94111, US

Tech Stack

  • Node.js
  • React
  • GraphQL
  • Docker
  • PostgreSQL
  • Webpack
  • AWS
  • Terraform
  • JavaScript
  • TypeScript

Role Description

We’re hiring engineers that want to work on an important product. We believe that turning the principles of data privacy into exercisable human rights is one of the most high-impact ways we can spend our time.

We’re looking for generalists who are willing and able to tackle a wide variety of engineering challenges across the stack. We expect our early engineers to take on a lot of responsibility, be agile, and be down with building whatever needs building.

You should show mastery over at least one language, have a strong intuition for software design, and have enough experience in professional software engineering roles to be comfortable working in eng teams and with shipping production code.

About Transcend

Transcend builds Data Privacy Infrastructure, which gives individuals control of their data and helps companies comply with global data privacy laws.

We’re backed by Accel, growing fast, and are serving some of the most iconic brands in the world.

Transcend is a small but mighty team, hiring the brightest people in our field. We believe in building an ambitious team that’s passionate about solving difficult but important problems, and having fun while doing it!

Company Culture

A “day in the life” at Transcend is admittedly in a state of change. Transcend moved into its own office in January and is hiring fast. The company culture continues to form, and our early team will play a big part in influencing it. That said, some things have crystallized: we’re strongly mission-driven, serious about the outcome of our product, and we have built a team based on transparency and trust.

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