Front and Back-End Developers

San Francisco, CA, United States Full-time

About Us

Asseta (YC S13) is changing the way semiconductor manufacturers buy spare parts and equipment. These companies spend hundreds of millions per year with OEMs, because there hasn’t been a viable secondary market. Too many small suppliers, little access to data, and no shortage of shady dealings. So we’re building a transparent, tech-driven marketplace to overcome those challenges.

We already sell to the major semiconductor manufacturers, including well-known names like Texas Instruments, IBM, Fairchild, and Atmel. Now—as we close a $1M seed round—it’s time to hire and ensure our technology keeps pace with our growing accounts.


What We're Looking For


Front-End Developer

This position is about crafting great customer experiences across our web site, emails, and marketplace tools. You’ll be helping us define how buyers and sellers do business through Asseta, then building the technology that delivers our shared vision.

Skills: HTML/CSS (Sass), Javascript, React.js (or similar, e.g., Angular/Ember), Automated Testing (e.g., Jasmine/Jest), Responsive Design, Webpack, CommonJS Modules, Rails, Layout & Design (Bonus) 



Back-End Developer

On the back-end, we're looking for someone to help us improve the industry's largest database of spare parts listings and our automated quoting system for quickly matching buyers and sellers. Our marketplace is only as good as its data, so building data tools is a big part of the job. And as the database grows, honing our ability to mine listings for new insights and opportunities will be our next challenge.

Skills: Ruby / Rails (emphasis on the Ruby part), Postgres / SQL, Automated Testing (RSpec), Scraping / ETL, API Design, Elasticsearch, Neo4J (Bonus), Machine Learning (Bonus)


Our Values

  • Doing things well and taking pride in our work
  • Learning, improving, and helping each other learn and improve
  • Honesty, transparency, and fair dealing
  • Winning (but doing it the right way)


To Apply

Send us your resume, link to GitHub profile or a personal web site with code samples, and a short note about why you'd be a good fit for the team.

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