$75k - $90k+ & meaningful equity*
June is instant product analytics. We connect to Segment and automatically generate graphs of the metrics companies should track.
Analytics products are normally technical and intimidating, we're building an experience that is simple and approachable.
If you want to give the product a try you can sign up from here and connect your Segment account. If you don't have access to a Segment account reach out and we'll invite you to a test account.
This is a glimpse into how we build product. We move fast, we break things. So will you.
We're a small team of three, so there's a bit of everything to do. One day you might be tweaking our slowest queries, the next you could be writing an integration with a data warehouse. You might spend a day building a linter for event names and the next building some automated email reports.
We hope that you’ll have a skill set that complements our own - you’ll know more about some things than we do, and we might be more experienced in areas you’re unfamiliar with.
You might go deep on some areas of our stack and become the in house expert, but always with an eye towards the shared mission and helping where help is needed.
CS degree? Bootcamp? Taught yourself? Whatever.
We care about what you can do now, and how quickly you can learn. It doesn’t matter how you got here. Our technical and product challenges are constantly shifting and changing, and the only way to keep up is to learn fast. This holds true even if you consider yourself an expert already.
Most of all, if you’re excited by the challenge, then COUNT YOURSELF IN!
We're looking for people that are genuinely friendly, ambitious and nerdy
Send an email to [email protected] with your Github or some projects of yours that you're proud of.
Optionally, include 2-3 sentences on the work you're most proud of, 2-3 things you're learning or want to learn, and an obscure website you enjoy reading!
** NB: This a rough guideline for what compensation we expect for this role and will depend on seniority, split between cash and equity, and local rates.*