- Remote (United States)
About the Role
We are seeking a dynamic and versatile Rust Engineer to join our team at Vividly. In this role, you will take the lead in building and maintaining Rust-based components critical to our TPM platform's success. You'll also play a pivotal role in collaborating with cross-functional teams to ensure code quality and performance in Rust, React, and Python.
- Remote employee (work from anywhere in the US)
- Equity grant
- Flexible PTO
- 100% coverage of Healthcare, dental, vision insurance for employees
- 401K Match Program
- Weekly Sharebite meal credit
- stipend for phone and internet
- Company Off-sites
- Compensation range from $120,000-$160,000 based on experience
Vividly is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, disability, genetic information, political affiliation or belief.
Rust Development: Spearhead the development and maintenance of Rust-based components within our TPM platform. Craft scalable and production-ready Rust code that aligns with the unique needs of CPG companies.
Cross-Platform Collaboration: Collaborate effectively with engineering teams working on codebases in React and Python. Participate in code reviews, debugging, and code optimization across multiple languages.
Code Quality: Uphold high standards of code quality, maintainability, and adherence to best practices in Rust. Actively engage in code reviews, offering constructive feedback to team members.
Performance Optimization: Identify and address performance bottlenecks within Rust code and other components of the TPM platform. Optimize code to ensure efficiency and scalability.
Technical Documentation: Create and maintain comprehensive technical documentation for Rust components and contribute to documentation in React and Python.
Problem Solving: Collaborate with cross-functional teams to analyze and solve complex technical challenges, delivering effective and innovative solutions.
Bachelor's degree in Computer Science, Software Engineering, or a related field (or equivalent work experience).
Proven experience in building scalable production code in Rust.
Proficiency in Rust programming language and a deep understanding of its ecosystem.
Strong proficiency in React and Python, with the ability to contribute effectively to codebases in these languages.
Exceptional problem-solving skills and the capacity to tackle intricate technical issues.
Experience with performance profiling and optimization of Rust code.
Familiarity with modern software development practices, version control, and CI/CD pipelines.
Excellent communication and collaboration skills.
Self-motivated and capable of thriving in a dynamic, fast-paced environment.
About the Company
Vividly is the leading modern trade promotion management (TPM) solution built by and for the consumer packaged goods industry. From campaign creation to deductions management and promotion measurement, we help brands manage every element of trade spend. With our easy-to-use platform and industry-leading experience, we pride ourselves on our ability to bring businesses to the next level.
Not familiar with trade promotion spend? That’s OK. Most people aren’t. It’s a $8 trillion dollar problem that is ripe for disruption by an innovative SaaS startup. In order to grow, consumer packaged goods (CPG) brands spend 20% of their topline revenue to get into retailers and promote their products within those retailers. The problem is that today 70% of those promotions are not ROI positive. This is because ROI is hard to track. The industry operates on emails, pdfs, and xls spreadsheets. At Vividly, we’re solving this massive problem with exciting tactics including AI, Machine Learning, and Fintech and adding value to everyone in the chain. Some of our customers include brands you may use and love - Liquid Death, Amy’s, and Laird Superfoods.
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