Senior Software Engineer, Full Stack (VS)
Rivian is on a mission to keep the world adventurous forever.
This goes for the emissions-free Electric Adventure Vehicles we
build, and the curious, courageous souls we seek to attract.
As a company, we constantly challenge whats possible, never
simply accepting what has always been done. We reframe old
problems, seek new solutions and operate comfortably in areas that
are unknown. Our backgrounds are diverse, but our team shares a
love of the outdoors and a desire to protect it for future
We operate development centers in Plymouth, Michigan; Southern
California (Irvine, Carson & LA); Silicon Valley (San Jose and Palo
Alto); Vancouver, British Columbia; and Surrey, England; as well as
a manufacturing facility in Normal, Illinois.
Rivians Digital Technology Team is responsible for the
end-to-end implementation of the digital experience outside the
vehicle. Thats all of our customer and internal applications across
web, mobile, and in-store experiences. To that end, we are
developing a world-class technology platform that will make
learning about, purchasing, and enjoying our electric adventure
vehicles intuitive, seamless, and fun.
As a Senior Full Stack Engineer, we want you to join our
diverse, talented, and collaborative group, building large-scale
client-side applications using modern micro-frontends and
micro-services. You will contribute to the creation of reusable
frameworks and tooling, pushing for modularity and continuous
integration and delivery. You will partner with other engineers,
designers, and product managers to build these friendly and
memorable experiences for our internal and external customers. This
is an exciting opportunity to join a high performing team early on
and help grow our digital technology platform's technical
What you will do:
Create client-side applications along the vehicle customer
journey, from the moment the customer takes the keys, to their
experience when charging, to when their vehicle needs service.
Collaborate with UX/UI designers and product designers to build
user-friendly, immersive, reactive applications.
Collaborate with data systems engineers to help define the endpoint
integration needs of your team.
Come together with your peers to share ideas, ask why with an open
and curious mind, learn from each others diverse perspectives, to
deliver great work as a team.
Define and help grow our end-to-end testing strategy and
Help define the architectural vision of the team.
Mentor other engineers, helping them learn and improve their
What you bring:
5+ years of software engineering industry experience, with 2+
years of building large scale enterprise-grade systems.
Experience building and maintaining distributed systems at scale
that can handle millions of transactions/second.
Proficiency in building GraphQL APIs with Apollo.
Proficiency with AWS Lambdas or other serverless compute
Proficiency with HTML5, SASS/LESS, Rest APIs, JSON, HTTP.
Experience building contributing to mobile apps using React
Experience defining and implementing integration and end-to-end
testing strategies and frameworks.
Experience with JEST, Mocha , and Cypress.io.
Great understanding of Web Accessibility.
Great understanding of caching, security, and privacy
Good understanding of CI/CD pipelines.
Clear and compelling communication of your thoughts and ideas.
Experience with Agile and SCRUM in the software development life
Where youll work, when the world can safely reopen:
Department: Vehicle Service group within Digital Technology
Location: Vancouver, BC
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