ECi Lasso is seeking a Developer to continue to provide the best in Software Solutions to small and medium-sized businesses
ECi Lasso is the developer of the leading cloud-based, on-demand Customer Relationship Management (CRM) software for the new-home-building industry.
We have experienced consistent growth during the last decade and our user base asks a lot of our system. Scale, reliability, and innovation keep us learning on a daily basis. You will join our server-side team to enhance and maintain our server-side Kotlin and PHP applications.
We have distributed systems hosted in AWS, which are presented to our users through an Angular/React frontend.
Moving forward, the biggest challenge we face is scaling our systems to work with large data-sets and high system load. You’ll help us work on systems that can scale up and down the number of processing nodes as needed and implement rate-limiting to ensure rogue systems don’t impact our SLAs for other applications.
Additionally, you’ll improve the performance of our main data store by adding or changing indexes as appropriate, add caching functionality where possible and set up monitoring to catch performance bottlenecks early on.
Culture and Work Environment
As a fully remote team, communication is extremely important - there is no chance to drop in on interesting discussions around the water cooler or to see if someone is busy just by glancing at their desk. We have systems to signal busy-ness; regular meetings and stand-ups to disseminate information, frequent one-on-ones to ensure there are no frustrations building up, a code of conduct and a formal complaint process to resolve conflicts early-on.
As a key member of our server-side team, you’ll specifically be expected to:
ECi Lasso’s vision is to be the technology hub for new home sales in North America by providing a unique combination of remarkable software and expert services. To achieve our vision we need great developers. That’s why we’ve created a great work environment, encouraging self-direction, personal development, and teamwork.