Now, more than ever, the Toast team is committed to our customers. We're taking steps to help restaurants navigate these unprecedented times with technology, resources, and community. Our focus is on building the restaurant platform that helps restaurants adapt, take control, and get back to what they do best: building the businesses they love. And because our technology is purpose-built for restaurants, by restaurant people, restaurants can trust that we'll deliver on their needs for today while investing in experiences that will power their restaurant of the future.
Are you bready* for a change?
Toast is looking for a Senior Front End Engineer to join our newly formed Account Team in Dublin where our mission is to drive 100% of account management activities via self-service. You will enable restaurant owners to manage their user and restaurant profile data, manage their restaurant subscriptions/purchases as well as their financial account information and billing/invoice activities. Partnering with stakeholders, product managers, product designers, product data analysts, and other engineers, you will be part of a team developing a best-in-class solution that delivers functionality that delights.
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We'd love to talk!
Our Tech Stack
Toast's products run on a stack that ranges from guest and restaurant-facing Android tablets to backend services in Java to internal, guest-facing and restaurant-facing web apps. Toast employs a Micro Frontend architecture using individually deployed single-page applications across our web experience. Toast is building apps on a foundation of React, Apollo (GraphQL) and Tailwind with react-testing-library and Webpack for testing & bundling respectively. Our backend services follow a microservice architecture written using Java 8 and DropWizard; we use AWS extensively, ranging from S3 to RDS to Lambda. We have our own platform for dealing with user management, service elevations and robust load balancing. Toast stores data in a set of sharded Postgres databases and utilizes Apache Spark for large scale data workloads including query and batch processing