Full stack software engineer

London, England, United Kingdom expand job description ↓


We are looking for someone with strong passion to build a world-class SaaS system. You will have the opportunity to be part of the future of AI and play a key role in taking our product TypeGenie to the next level.

As a full stack software engineer, your day-to-day work will involve:

  • Prototyping and developing new ways for AI to support human conversations
  • Building and testing software across the stack of a company that will impact lives of millions
  • Planning future architecture and making technical decisions
  • Collaborating with other developers and our business team



Several years of experience working as a software engineer

Strong understanding of

  • JavaScript and the React ecosystem (ES6, Yarn, Redux)
  • Python programming
  • HTML and CSS
  • Networking concepts and RESTful design
  • Database concepts (we currently use MongoDB)
  • CI/CD using tools such as Jenkins

Great at

  • Working in a team
  • Delivering quality software on time

Nice-to-have experience

  • Cloud computing services (such as AWS / Google Cloud)
  • Docker and related services such as Kubernetes
  • Scaling and performance with large scale applications
  • Experience developing for customer service or ticketing systems such as Zendesk


  • A full time position with us in central London (or remote)
  • Continuous learning as you work alongside us
  • Possibility to work with a company that will ultimately impact the conversation experience of millions of users
  • Competitive salary, stock options, and perks
  • As much responsibility as you like. We are a startup, after all
  • Career progression towards e.g. a technical expert (e.g. systems architect) or a technical team lead

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