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Software engineer
Product, San Francisco/hybrid/remote
Updated on 1/26/2023
Locations
San Francisco, CA, USA
Experience Level
Entry
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Desired Skills
Data Structures & Algorithms
Requirements
  • 4+ years of work experience as a software engineer
  • Proficiency in full-stack development
  • Data modeling and schema design skills
  • Completing large projects and being able to talk about what went well or poorly
Responsibilities
  • Gasp
  • actually implemented algorithms we learned in school
  • Design foundational aspects of the identity platform
  • Work directly with customers
  • Handle scale from a first-time customer running a CSV data test to Super Bowl Sunday
  • Launch - your work has no meaning until someone is using it, and it's your call how you're getting there with your stakeholders
  • Land - ensure our learnings from past projects are brought along to future ones
Persona

51-200 employees

Identity verification services
Company Overview
Persona wants to build a more human internet. At Persona, they're humanizing online identity by helping companies verify that their users are who they say they are.
Company Core Values
  • People first - When making decisions, we consider people first. The impact for our customers, their customers, and our people is paramount. We will not make decisions that are good for the business but not good for people.
  • Pursue relentlessly high standards - We hold ourselves to a high bar today — and an even higher one tomorrow. While we celebrate our wins, we constantly strive to raise the bar, which benefits our customers, company, and ourselves.
  • Lead by serving - We believe that leadership requires listening, trust, respect, empowerment, humility, and a commitment to helping others. We lead by supporting and teaching each other, and backing up our words with actions.
  • Work in public - We encourage collaboration and transparency, sharing early and often to push our work forward. We create a space where it’s ok to ask questions, share unfinished thoughts, and show unpolished demos instead of waiting for a perfect spec.
  • Start small, think big - We are constantly building toward our vision, understanding that it takes time and we may make mistakes along the way. Starting small allows us to provide value while learning lessons, never forgetting the direction and goals we aim to accomplish.
  • Speed is not a tradeoff - Speed is important, but so is quality. We strive to find ways to optimize and increase both. Going fast does not imply that our quality will suffer; it means that we focus on being more efficient while continuing to operate at a high level.