Gusto's hiring in just about every engineering department, but the above link is for our product infrastructure engineering team (the team I'm on). Gusto provides payroll, benefits, and HR tools to small businesses in the United States. We recently raised a Series E and have the privilege of serving over 200K small businesses.
Product Infrastructure is responsible for maintaining and improving the monoliths at Gusto. This means going deep into our core technologies like Rails, Ruby, Sidekiq, and React, to design and develop tools for our fellow engineers working on the product.
We often collaborate with some of the other big Ruby shops out there to improve tooling like Packwerk, Sorbet, Sidekiq, and Rails itself.
I've been at the company for 5 years and still find plenty of opportunity for impact, and love the teammates I'm working with. Feel free to apply using the link above or reach out to me directly.
We're looking to switch to Gusto (from an amalgam of spreadsheets and pdfs). It's a compelling product for an SMB like us (~35 employees). Two things I'd love to see
1) Time tracking Kiosk app, where more than one employee can clock in/out without having to enter their login/password. This is common for blue collar work etc.
2) Scheduling, so when time off requests come in, management can make an informed decision on whether to approve the request.
Kudos on building a great product so far!
I've forwarded these requests along to the team that owns our time tracking functionality.