Founding Product Engineer (Full Stack) at Satsuma (S21)
$140k - $220k  •  0.10% - 1.00%
Tools for indexing and querying real-time blockchain data.
San Francisco, CA / Remote ()
Full-time
3+ years
About Satsuma

Satsuma is building a data platform to make reading from blockchains as easy as reading application data in web2. We’re creating tools to help developers build applications on top of blockchain data. Our product lets them take decoded data from multiple chains and customize it for their use cases. Along the way, we’re solving challenging technical problems around processing raw blockchain data in real-time!

We’re a founding team of engineers, having built data infrastructure and product as early employees at Airtable, Heap, and Y Combinator. We believe in an inclusive and results-driven culture built on empathy, humility, and curiosity.

About the role
Skills: Go, React, TypeScript, PostgreSQL

About you

  • You're excited to build a data-heavy product from the ground up, knowing that the work you do will set the stage for future engineers and the product in years to come.
  • You’re comfortable with the ambiguity of working at an early stage startup and are willing to bring your thoughts to the table.
  • You enjoy working collaboratively but know how to take initiative and drive projects yourself.

What you'll be doing

  • Build a delightful and intuitive product experience for our data platform.
  • Work closely with the founding team to learn about customer needs and build feedback loops. Our tech must be highly scalable, reliable, and cost-effective, but none of that matters if we're not solving the right problems.
  • Take ownership over the product, with the potential of becoming a technical or people leader as the team grows.
Technology

Typescript, React, Spark, Delta Lake, and real-time stream processing tools.

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