Full Stack TypeScript Engineer at Tolt

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Full Stack TypeScript Engineer Tolt. A bit about us:Â. Tolt.  is a platform dedicated to helping tech startups launch and manage their affiliate programs. We provide essential features like tracking and payments to ensure seamless operations. Although we're still early in our journey, Tolt is backed by LAUNCH and Jason Calacanis. We currently power the affiliate programs of over 1000 startups, includingÂ. Prisma.io. ,Â. Speak.com. ,Â. Scrimba.com. , and many more!. We are seeking a Full Stack JavaScript Engineer to help elevate Tolt to new heights! As a member of our small team, you will work closely with our CTO, Valentin, at your own pace and on your own terms.. We value every team member's input in growing and building the company. We actively encourage sharing feedback, ideas, and any issues you encounter. Your voice matters here!. About the Role. Full Stack Software Engineer specializing in React, Next.js, and Node.js. Focus on developing and enhancing key features for our app. Create user-centric and innovative features. Contribute to the product's functionality and user experience. About You. Real product experience with React and Node.js. Proficiency in HTML, CSS, and TS/JavaScript. Knowledge of popular frameworks like Next.js and Tailwind. Knowledge of SQL databases like PostgreSQL. Experience with AWS services. ‍. Bonus:. Experience working with SaaS startups, or even better, building your own SaaS project :). Benefits. Unlimited PTO. USD 2,500 - 4,000 p/m. 100% Remote. Async work environment. Close to no meetings. Collaborative and fun work environment. Opportunity to build your own features/ideas. Be an early employee of something great with significant opportunities for professional growth. Please mention the word **CONVINCINGLY** and tag RMTA0LjE1NC4yMDcuNTI= when applying to show you read the job post completely (#RMTA0LjE1NC4yMDcuNTI=). This is a beta feature to avoid spam applicants. Companies can search these words to find applicants that read this and see they're human..