Workframe was founded in 2016 by Kevin Ryan (of Double Click, Gilt Groupe, Business Insider, MongoDB, Zola) and a team of serial entrepreneurs. We’re a rapidly growing company that is leveraging technology to revolutionize the commercial real estate industry.
Workframe is an eclectic team bringing it’s users an evolving platform that addresses challenges across the built environment. We are passionate business people, designers and engineers who thrive on delivering value to every commercial real estate professional. Workframe, a software as a service (SaaS) provider, drives efficient, space-centered communication and decision making across project teams on a single platform.
Our proprietary software enables brokers, landlords and tenants to more efficiently navigate the commercial real estate process from site selection to move-in.
Our integrated furniture business and extensive digital product catalog significantly reduce the costs for companies to furnish their space.
Our technology-enabled project management practice provides companies with a full-service solution that ensures their office build-out projects are completed on-time and on-budget.
About the Role
We are always seeking talented full-stack software engineers to join us. We are a Clojure-centric organization (see stack below) and require candidates to have some exposure to the Clojure ecosystem and a desire to work in Clojure/script nearly full time. Engineers on our team play a critical role in developing infrastructure, user-facing features and contributing to our development culture. You will:
Our stack is:
We are proud to organize and host the Clojure NYC meetup group!
At Workframe, we seek to hire outstanding individuals who embody our TIDES principles: we practice Transparency, Intelligence, Diligence, Excellence and Support in everything we do. You’re a great fit if you enjoy tackling big problems head-on, take your work seriously (but not yourself), do your best when collaborating with others and thrive in a team-oriented environment.
Qualifications and Requirements