Settled was founded on the belief that there needs to be a progressive change in the real-estate sector. We’re on a mission to put a smile on the faces of everyone buying or selling a home by building next-generation products and software.
As well as being led by former Google execs, Settled is venture capital backed by firms including 500.co, Piton Capital and Connect Ventures. We’re at that exciting stage where our business is growing rapidly and we’re focused on building a team who’ll be part of our journey for the years ahead.
People are at the heart of everything we do and we spend a lot of time thinking about our team and our culture. We love working with smart, creative thinkers who are passionate about collaborating and making a difference.
We are looking for a passionate and creative full-stack Node.js developer but will consider polyglots that can be up and running in no time.
You will work on a highly customer focused product delivering the future of home buying and selling. This is an exciting opportunity for a developer that is adept at building things from the ground up and have a huge influence in shaping the future of the product.
We expect an experienced forward thinking candidate with excellent communication skills and the ability to mentor more junior developers. We need you to be product focused and to be able to engineer simple solutions to complex problems.
Ideally you’ll have experience in the following technologies, tools and processes:
Ultimately you’ll have a real passion for software development. With a drive to learn, as well as the patience to nurture others.
Settled is high paced dynamic company, our employees are all passionate about making a real disruption to the property market for the benefit of our customers.
We are a team of people that like to have fun both in work and out of work. Some of the things to expect from our team:
We do not work in silos and we advocate honesty and transparency.
Drop your CV to email@example.com with a few words explaining why you would be suited to the role and a short sentence on the most important advice you would give to a junior developer.