We are searching for an unparalleled senior developer to join our team, help us build on our momentum and scale.

This is an opportunity to get in with a quickly growing startup. You will work with our development team, design team, and outside partners to incorporate new features and enhance existing APIs.

At HERO, we work hard to provide innovative solutions to reducing drunk driving that improve the lives of our friends and community. We are looking for a go-getter. It is important that the person in this position has an eye for backend development and is well-versed in communication skills.

Identify issues and implement solutions to complex problems in large scale backend infrastructure and mobile platforms
Develop and maintain the HERO API
Analyze & solve difficult problems across the stack
Work closely with our development team to build high scale backend services

3-6+ years of previous work experience or B.Sc. or M.Sc. in Computer Science or related field
Proficiency in Python and Django Frameworks
Experience with mobile development is an advantage
Knowledge of low-level networking or OS internals (Linux, iOS and Android) would be useful
Understanding of relational databases and SQL
Experience in deployment/CI with Heroku and AWS technologies is an asset

About Hero

HERO’s enterprise platform reduces insurers' liability from drunk driving by providing bars and restaurants with a mobile solution that incentivizes customers to get home safely. HERO is a mobile platform that allows users to instantly see which friend/family is available to be a Designated Driver, as well as all other available transportation options in the area. HERO shows services like Uber and Lyft, services like Luxe that get the user and their car home, public transportation, to free options they may not know exist such as AAA Tipsy Tow. HERO partners with Insurance companies and Alcohol brands to scale quickly through the fragmented bar and restaurant industry and in turn we reduce their exposure to dram shop laws which cost them over $61 billion each year