Staff Software Engineer - Apps
About The Role
The App platform at Rippling enables our customers to connect hundreds of 3rd party applications to the Rippling core applications through the power of APIs and developer tooling. We are on a mission to build a comprehensive suite of capabilities and interfaces to rapidly build and integrate thousands of third-party apps and data with Rippling’s platform to fuel business growth. Our vision is to drive a significant amount of automation in employee-related business systems and centralize:
High-value workflows that accomplish business goals
Insights and reporting that drive business decisions
Data that powers compliance processes and regulatory output
In a nutshell, our platform supercharges 3rd party applications that our customers love with the Rippling magic, all the while guaranteeing a secure and reliable service.
What You'll Do:
Lead mission-critical projects and deliver platform capabilities end-to-end with high quality.
Have clear ownership of one or many products or platform spaces.
Get exposure to the partners and customers in different business domains, who will help provide feedback for your product space
Learn and understand how your product can help Rippling continually differentiate itself.
Build and grow your engineering skills in different challenging areas and solve hard technical problems
Influence architecture, technology selections and trends of the whole company
7+ years of professional work experience
Experience building large-scale user-facing applications and developer tools
Expertise in building complex distributed services with high availability and strict SLAs
Strong CS fundamentals, and knowledge of architecture and common design patterns
You’re good at cross-functional communication with product managers, designers, etc
You’re passionate about being in a product-focused environment where everyone cares deeply about customer impact.
Bonus points if you are proficient in Python, Django, and MongoDB
Bonus points if you’re familiar with SSO with SAML and/or OIDC protocols
Bonus points if you’ve previously worked with AWS have working knowledge of observability tooling
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