Pixavo is building the next generation of retail technology. At this early stage in the company, we're always looking for smart people who get things done. We have an exciting path ahead of us, and we'll be growing the team the entire way there.
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Pixavo has a fast growing customer base of brands and retailers in the fashion and home furnishings space. We strive to build strong, trusted partnerships with all of these customers. In Customer Success, you act as an advisor and advocate for our customers. You will be responsible for training, onboarding, and helping customers effectively engage with our platform.
Our customers will grow to rely on you as a key factor in their day-to-day success. They know you're the goto person and they'll ask for you by name (even though we think success is a team effort). As an advocate for our customers, you'll also have a strong voice in product development as we continue to grow Pixavo's platform. Great candidates for this position have stellar commnunication skills and quickly master new software.
We're looking for smart engineers who want to get involved on the ground level. Our stack is Ruby on the backend, with iOS (Swift 3) and JS on the frontend. You should be comfortable with at least one of those languages. You should also be comfortable with the pace and structure associated with building software from the ground up. We're not maintaining one million lines of legacy code here; we're making pivotal decisions in a greenfield environment, and we'd expect you to be a driving part of that.
We don't think it makes much sense to stipulate X years of experience or expertise in some arbitrary list of libraries. Instead, we'll expect that you've achieved some broad milestones and are excited about continued opportunities to experiment and grow, regardless of your skill level.
You've maintained RESTful APIs and asynchronous job processing systems in a dynamic language like Ruby. You're comfortable with cloud-based tools like Heroku and AWS. You also know how to dig into and diagnose performance issues. Some things we use: Ruby 2.4, Rails 4.2, Postgres 9.5, Sidekiq 4.2, New Relic.
You've maintained SPAs and know when to follow practicality and pragmatism over trend. You've worked on top of RESTful APIs and know your way around Postman or something like it. Spending so much time in the frontend, you're also in tune with UI design and consider CSS friend rather than foe.
You're current on iOS development best practices and the latest direction from Apple. You're comfortable with Storyboard and Auto Layout, but also understand its limitations. You consider a well-built RESTful API to be one of your greatest allies. You also probably have at least one app in the App Store, too.