Full Stack Engineer at Notion Data
Portland, OR, US
Notion is hiring a full stack engineer to work alongside our incredible, tight-knit team.

Here’s what we’re looking for:

Be a leader of product development. We believe design and engineering coexist side-by-side, so you’ll work closely with us on user experience, design, and technology -- not just on technical feasibility, but creative possibilities. This is your opportunity to create an amazing product and see it grow beyond even what we can imagine.

A generalist that loves the details. You love front-end development, but are just as comfortable server-side. You believe in writing maintainable, performant code. You believe in tests and testing. You see the web as just another client and want to push the limits of what’s possible. You know what it takes to scale a team, and you're interested in sharing your knowledge to help make that happen.

Love a challenge. Embrace risk. We know startups aren’t for everyone, and so do you. We’ll try a lot of new things and some will work, some will not. We want you around for the long term, and we aren’t about burning out our people, because we really do value work-life balance. We’re focused on building the best team you’ve ever been a member of.


Strong command of core front-end (HTML5, Javascript, JSON) and backend (Ruby, Python, Go) technologies
Confidence in designing clean, intuitive APIs and useful abstractions
Worked with REST APIs and comfortable with the whole request / response lifecycle.
Experience developing complex applications
Experience integrating data from third-party APIs
Expert debugging skills
Here are some “nice-to-haves”:

React experience (our front-end) and Ruby (our backend)
Familiarity with automated build tools and continuous integration
Exposure to true agile methodologies
Understanding of what it takes to implement an application with cross-browser support
Awareness of security topics and an interest in building secure solutions
Sound interesting? We’re committed to finding the right candidate, and we know that might mean you need to ramp up in some areas. Drop us a line at jobs at usenotion dot com to schedule time to learn more.