tech career teamAt Peerceptiv, all of our team members are powered by a passion for critical thinking. We are looking for individuals with a desire to help educators and organizations prepare learners with skills they need for career success. If you are interested in becoming part of a growing Ed Tech company focused on improving learning outcomes for students in all stages of their academic journey, we would like to get to know you.


Current Open Positions:

 

FULL STACK DEVELOPER

Peerceptiv, a leader in collaborative learning technologies, is looking for a Pittsburgh-based Full Stack Developer who wishes to have a real impact in the lives of instructors and students.

This is an opportunity to work with a small, closely-knit team to participate in total scope systems development, including needs analysis, prototyping & design, coding, QA/QC, and web deployment. Developers aren’t siloed in repetitive activities at Peerceptiv, and have exceptional authority and autonomy over their work.

We’re seeking a motivated employee who wants real influence in the development of the technology and its strategic direction. You’ll not only see the direct impact your contributions have in the finished work product, but also be a key player in a fast-growing, early stage company.

The Peerceptiv team collaborates using tools like Zoom, Slack and Jira, with the work taking place both at Peerceptiv’s office in Pittsburgh and remotely.

The ideal candidate?…

  • a B.S. in Software Programming, Computer Science or Computer Engineering
  • 2 to 4 years experience in full stack development
  • experience with at least one modern front end framework such as Angular or React
  • a background in Java, Spring, SQL (MySQL), and AWS infrastructure or similar equivalents
  • excellent communication and interpersonal skills
  • based in Pittsburgh

Compensation is competitive and includes stock option equity participation, with excellent health benefits.

Please reply to info@peerceptiv.com with resume, cover letter, and preferably a link to your Github repository.