Flexibits is looking for people to join us in our quest to make productivity apps fun to use.
We work remotely across the US and Europe (UK, Germany, Austria, and Portugal), and welcome anyone from around the world 🌎. We prefer candidates that are in time zones between US Pacific Time and Central European Time.
Interested in our open jobs? Email us at email@example.com and tell us a bit about yourself, your salary expectations, why you’re interested in working with us, and include your résumé. Full time positions include reimbursable health insurance plan expenses and a 401(k) if you're in the US.
We’re a small company, so you’ll be on the front lines creating apps that real people use every day. You'll be adding new features to Fantastical and Cardhop, as well as hunting for bugs and helping to keep everything running smoothly for our users. Areas you'll be working on include UI/UX development, databases, networking (including CalDAV, Exchange Web Services, and other APIs), and more – across macOS, iOS, and watchOS.
We're looking for someone to help us make Fantastical, Cardhop, and Fantastical Premium even better. This will include improving and maintaining flexibits.com and hub.flexibits.com as well as creating new features for Fantastical and Cardhop.
We're a small company, so there are always many things going on at once. This means there will be the opportunity to wear multiple hats and there's always be something new and interesting to work on! Since we're a small team, this is not a purely frontend or backend role. Expect roughly a 75/25 split between frontend and backend work.
A short summary of our tech stack: We use Django, Python, Go, React, and TypeScript, with some PHP and WordPress thrown in. Our databases are MySQL and Redis, and everything is running on Google Cloud and Google Kubernetes Engine.
We’re a small company, so you’ll be on the front lines helping customers when they have questions or issues with our apps. You’ll be working remotely and using your computer to access our customer support tool, Cerb. You’ll read, understand, and reply to questions and issues that our customers send and will be responsible for timely, friendly, and helpful replies. Being able to put yourself in the shoes of a frustrated customer, having empathy, and helping our users is the name of the game. Expect to learn a lot about calendars, contacts, and the ins and outs of helping people be productive!