Senior Back-End Engineer

San Francisco, CA, United States




Role Location

  • San Francisco, CA, United States


101 - 250 people


49 Geary St Ste 350
San Francisco, CA, 94108, US

Tech Stack

  • Python
  • AWS
  • PostgreSQL
  • Django
  • Node.js
  • React
  • Redux
  • Angular.js

About Zumper

We believe that renting an apartment should be as easy as booking a hotel. Through a combination of world class engineering, product and business talent, that's the world we're building towards.

Zumper is the largest startup in real estate. Renters can find and apply for apartment leases through an easy-to-use online and mobile platform. As an additional value add, renters can be paired with a concierge that will search on their behalf for properties, set up tours, and help close the lease. Landlords and agents can also use Zumper Pro to manage listings and screen potential tenants.

Based in San Francisco, Zumper has raised $90 million in venture capital funding from investors including Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers, Goodwater Capital, Breyer Capital, Foxhaven Asset Management, Andreessen Horowitz, Greylock Partners, NEA, CrunchFund, xfund, Dawn Capital, Marcus & Millichap, Scott Cook, and the DeWilde Family Trust. At the beginning of 2016, Zumper also acquired the apartment search startup PadMapper, which will be used by over 40 million people to move home in 2018.

Company Culture

Full healthcare, dental, vision benefits 401k plan HQ catered meals, unlimited coffee, snacks and beverages HQ team retreats every quarter (Vegas, Tahoe, Napa, etc.) HQ team sports (soccer, dodgeball, and more) HQ team happy hours Quarterly Hackathons (not overnight!) Compensation and performance reviewed quarterly, with continued upside ahead based on performance, across both salary and equity Weekly looks at all major company metrics Gym + commuter credits Shiny new laptop of your choosing Flexible vacation policy; work hard and take time when you need it

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