Come help us build a real-life SimCity. We’re looking for a backend generalist engineer to write robust code that drives the world’s first transit planning platform. We use mostly Ruby, Python, and Javascript, and use Postgres/PostGIS. We have many interesting problems, from efficiently querying geospatial databases to pulling meaning out of disparate transit data sources. 

We have a team of 13 engineers, including 2 Co- Founders. Everyone reports directly to Vincent, our Vp of Engineering. We are a fluid team; most of us are working on multiple parts of the stack and across our different products.

We're looking for backend engineers to develop and improve our systems to digest and make sense of transit data. 

You’re a good fit if:
  • You’ve spent a couple of years working on web applications used by real people.
  • You have a knack for using data and asking the right question when working with complex problem domains.
  • You’re resourceful — as a small company, you’ll be able to get a lot done here.
  • You’re strong at either working with databases, or setting up infrastructure.


  • Location:
    San Francisco
  • Salary:
    , Equity and complete benefits package included
  • Deadline:


Minimum qualifications

Minimum of 2+ years of professional work experience 

Preferred qualifications

We're mostly using React Javascript, Ruby on Rails, Postgres, PostGIS, and Python. These are preferred but not a requirement.