We are excited to hire an open-minded full stack developer to help build our litigation analysis software and transform the legal industry.
You’re smart, hardworking, and creative. You write testable, maintainable, simple, modular, and well-documented code. You are interested in working with a team with different talents and backgrounds so that you can learn more.
You want the opportunity to chase your potential in a “growth mindset” team that is continually learning and reaching higher. You are committed to personal and professional development. You want to grow your current skills and experience, and you are not scared to learn new things and create systems to do better work.
You want to work in an environment where you have autonomy and accountability. And you know what it takes to self-manage and deliver high-quality work.
We will consider candidates who have completed:
We’re different than every other law firm and software company. We’re two parts leading tax law firm and one part legal technology company. Simply put, our law firm is incubating our very own legal technology startup. We believe that our model has some advantages over other software companies including financial stability, and onsite users/lawyers who are using the software every day, reporting bugs, and making feature requests.
We’re a Teal organization and a self-organizing team.
So, we’re different than most organizations. And we’re offering you a culture and career that’s different than most other organizations too.
If you want to learn more about us, we invite you to read our career FAQ page. If you don’t find the answer to your burning question there, send us your question using our Ask Us Anything form (embedded in the FAQ page) or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We expect that our law firm and software company will continue to expand, and our environment and culture will allow you the opportunity to grow your expertise and role, create new roles, and direct your energy in the way that best aligns with your interests and CounterMeasure’s purpose.
Everyone that works on the team energizes (at least) two roles.
We expect that you’ll energize the CounterMeasure Developer role and the Counterpart v3.1 role.
Here are a few accountabilities you’ll have in the CounterMeasure Developer role:
The Counterpart v3.1 role is a “good values” and “good teammate” role. It inspires us to continue to grow a positive environment where good people are chasing their potential, supporting each other, and finding better ways to work together.
Here are a few accountabilities you’ll have in the Counterpart v3.1 role:
Bottom line: Counter is a really special place to work. We have really high standards, and we work hard to do everything well. We’re confident that our mindset and growth trajectory will give you a unique opportunity to learn, do great work, and chase your potential.
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