Back-end Developer in Guilty

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Guilty is a clothing rental subscription service. Our goal is to deliver a service that allows women to experience fashion and live it- without the need to purchase it.
Our subscribers use our website to fill their virtual closets with the items they love from our catalog. We deliver these items to their offices and they’re free to wear them to work, on the weekends or a night out. When they’re ready for more, we deliver their next batch of items and they return their used ones. Our service is all inclusive as dry-cleaning, deliveries, and insurance are all included.
Even though we are a clothing service, our operational focus is on technology and logistics. We’re building a proprietary platform that not only enhances the customer experience, but that allows us to scale into an efficient operation that manages inventory, deliveries, and reverse logistics for thousands of items across multiple markets.

Job functions

We are currently seeking a Backend Developer that will help us improve and strengthen our platform, cloud services and API. Most importantly, will be part of building our next version of the platform. This position reports to the Lead Developer.

Qualifications and requirements

  • 3+ years of back-end development experience with Node.js
  • Experience with Express.js, Sequelize ORM, Knex, JWT, ES6/Babel
  • Experience with relational databases such as MySQL, PostgreSQL or equivalent
  • Experience with Google Cloud Platform
  • Experience with RESTful Web Services (GraphQL a plus)
  • Experience integrating 3rd party APIs, libraries and/or web services
  • Experience with version control software and source code repositories such as Bitbucket and/or Github
  • Strong analytical skills and attention to detail
  • Ability to find and solve problems both creatively and effectively
  • Excellent communication and collaboration skills
  • Strong commitment to quality

Desirable skills

Some Frontend experience (React, Vue, Angular, etc) is a plus but not necessary.


We're a growing startup looking to disrupt how women think about fashion and their closets. We're looking to hire a developer that's motivated by this challenge and not afraid to challenge conventional wisdom.
While this posting is for a freelancer, the ideal candidate will fit seamlessly into the role and be strongly considered for a full-time position.

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