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Software Engineer, Storefront

You will be responsible for supporting the vision, strategic product roadmap, and development of the Chewy.com website. You will have a significant impact on this critical platform, which interacts with customer, order, catalog management, pricing tools, search, personalization, and operational analytics. Working with other technology teams, you'll design and build workflows and interfaces that drive the primary interface with Chewy's customers. You'll write simple and sustainable code that reflects a deep understanding of the business and contributes meaningfully to the success of your team. What you'll need: BS degree in Computer Science, a similar technical field of study, or equivalent practical experience 5+ years of experience in a statically typed general purpose programming languages such as Java, Scala, Kotlin, C#, Swift, Objective-C, GO Experience designing, building, and maintaining RESTful APIs Experience in web technologies such as ES6, Reactive MVC / MVVM Frameworks, HTML5, Stripes, Spring MVC. Knowledge of professional software engineering practices for the full software development lifecycle including coding standards, code reviews, source control management, build processes, testing, and operations. Solid understanding of CS fundamental data structures, algorithms, and object-oriented programming concepts. Experience with designing, building and deploying scalable, highly available systems Strong communication skills as well as experience in mentoring and educating your peers A strong sense of responsibility and an obsession with quality. Bonus: Experience in multiple programing paradigms Experience in working in the business domain of e-commerce Knowledge of protocol buffers, gRPC Service Oriented Architecture Asynchronous programming patterns Large scale public facing websites Experience working in an agile environment (Scrum, XP or etc.)
Salary Range: NA
Minimum Qualification
5 - 7 years

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