Staff Frontend Engineer

Gallery

Gallery

Software Engineering
Posted on Wednesday, July 19, 2023

Staff Frontend Engineer

FULL TIME · REMOTE
About Gallery
We're building a crypto-based social network for sharing your taste based on the things we collect and own online. We’re backed by Delphi Digital, Collab+Currency, SV Angel, Coinbase Ventures, IOSG, and many more.
We are empowering people to express their taste & creativity and connect with like-minded people. We believe that everyone has something to share and we want to make it possible to discover, create and collect meaningful works that are reflective of their values and interests.
Today we display hundreds of thousands of NFTs from thousands of the biggest NFT collectors (such as Squiggle DAO, Curated, and DCInvestor) worth millions of dollars.
Read more about what Gallery is here.
About the Role
We’re searching for a Staff Frontend Engineer to join our team to build net-new products, encompassing self-expression, social, and discovery experiences. You’ll research and lay down critical infrastructure that underpin our web and mobile apps. You’ll collaborate across the stack with other engineers, pair with design & product, and ship features from start to finish. You’re obsessed with premium UI/UX, care deeply about performance and metrics, and iterate quickly to test practical hypotheses. You stay up-to-date on emerging technologies and introduce them to your team if relevant.
At Gallery, you’ll be contributing to the greater NFT & crypto ecosystem via open source. As an early team member, you’ll have the opportunity to shape company culture and product direction. You'll also get exposure to top projects, collectors, and creators in the industry.
About Us
Our team has experience scaling consumer and crypto software at industry-leading organizations including Apple, Coinbase, Flipside Crypto, and Clover. We're laser-focused on building a platform that elevates the entire ecosystem of digital objects, in collaboration with other leaders in the space. We love creating products that are elegant, beautiful, and evoke delight in our users.
We are a remote-first company and have team members in LA, NYC, and Tokyo, leveraging remote best practices from companies like Gitlab.
What you’ll achieve
Build innovative features with beautiful and scalable UI components
Work cross functionally with founders, design, and other engineers to quickly implement concepts
Execute complex React components (everything from drag & drop to virtualizing large sets of images, videos, audio, etc.)
Design scalable and reusable component APIs
Ensure code quality, software reliability, and powerful performance across web and mobile
Embrace best-in-class software development processes and disperse them with broader team
Ensure code quality and software reliability through automated test implementations, UI/UX testing, and processes
Your skills
4+ years of shipping React apps to prod
Expertise in React, proficiency in Typescript, experience with React Native and GraphQL
Comfortable working with small teams building 0 → 1 features
Excellent communication skills and coordinating with remote teammates
Bonus points
Knowledge of Ethereum & Web3 development frameworks like Web3.js or Ethers.js
Experience with Golang, which powers our backend
NFT holder (degens welcome!)
Located in US timezone
Compensation
$140-180K (localized to US)
0.25-1.0% equity
Benefits
Unlimited PTO (min 10 days per year)
Generous productivity / home office budget
Health, vision, dental, and pet insurance
AI stipend (ChatGPT+, Midjourney, etc.)
Monthly fitness stipend
Annual learning budget
Team offsites (next one is in Hawaii 🌴)
Priority in work-life balance, flexible scheduling
Connect with us
Reach out to jobs@gallery.so with short responses to these questions:
Why are you interested in Gallery? No more than a paragraph needed!
What timezone are you in? Most of the team is US-based.
At Gallery, we strongly value design polish and attention to detail. What are some projects you’re most proud of in terms of visual quality + UI/UX? Screenshots or links appreciated!
[optional] What are some pull requests you’re proud of – any you can link to?