Root is a fast-growing tech startup and we’re on a mission to build the future of insurance.
We are looking for a skilled individual to identify and solve interesting and challenging problems to scale the Root platform. This role involves building high quality, user-facing and internal-use features on the Root platform that directly solves customer needs and pains points. We help create a world-class developer customer experience.
This full-time role is based at our De Waterkant office in Cape Town, but will be fully-remote during COVID-19.
In this role you will level up our platform across the stack for reliability, robustness, testability and accessibility and will own these core responsibilities:
Bonus points/nice to have:
Our team is made up of smart, passionate, and kind individuals working together to build a world-class company. We take the time to develop personal relationships with each other. Over and above daily team lunches, we do frequent team outings and ad-hoc adventures (when global pandemics permit).
We create and enable an environment for people to do their best work. To support this, we focus on a culture of autonomy, transparency and trust. As a startup, we care a lot about innovation and believe in an iterative way of working to drive innovation forward. We encourage each other and foster a working culture of sharing early versions of your work and getting quick feedback.
We have ambitious goals. Our mission is to power innovators in insurance, globally, and we’re well on our way there. You’ll join at a very exciting part of the journey, and your contribution over the next few years will directly and visibly impact Root’s global success.
Our team is incredibly friendly and collaborative. If you care about solving challenging problems with people you enjoy being around, this is the place for you.
Root has an inclusive culture. We encourage applicants from diverse backgrounds to apply and introduce their skill set to us. Open positions at Root are competitive and we often receive high volumes of applicants. If you have not received further updates on your application after three weeks, you’re welcome to request feedback.