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Senior Front End Engineer, BuildOS

ICON is looking for an open-minded, structured thinker who loves to solve complex problems and appreciates the value of prototyping and iterating applications over time. As a Senior Front End Software Engineer focusing on web applications at ICON, you will be responsible for developing visualization and planning tools to streamline the residential construction process. This role reports to the Director of BuildOS Software Applications and is based in our Austin, TX campus.



  • Implement new front-end features for our BuildOS platform.
  • Design, develop, test, and deploy reusable web-based components and libraries for use throughout a suite of applications within the BuildOS platform.
  • Work with UX designers to enhance the Design System and implement new workflows for the BuildOS platform.
  • Work with application and backend engineers to manage relationships between authored model data, backend data, and rendering.
  • Take ownership over some front-end modules to handle implementation and support functions.



  • 6+ years of experience.
  • BS in Computer Science, related field, or equivalent experience.
  • Experience developing web-based front end applications.
  • Node.js and TypeScript experience.
  • Work closely with a wide variety of stakeholders to rapidly analyze and reduce large requirements into small deliverables.
  • An ability to learn and develop skills. 


  • React, Redux, and RxJs experience.
  • Flutter, React Native, or Android experience.
  • PostgreSQL, GraphQL experience.
  • Experience working with REST APIs.
  • Modern CI/CD workflows: GitHub, Jenkins, Travis, etc.
  • Can be remote but must be willing and able to travel to Austin.


ICON is an equal opportunity employer committed to fostering an innovative, inclusive, and discrimination-free work environment. Employment with ICON is based on  merit, competence, and qualifications. We provide employment opportunities without regard to age, race, color, national origin, religion, disability, sex (including pregnancy, sexual orientation, or gender identity), genetic trait, veteran status, or any other protected characteristic in accordance with applicable law. If there are accommodations we can make to help ensure you have a comfortable and positive interview experience, please let us know.
Headhunters and recruitment agencies may not submit candidates through this application. ICON does not accept unsolicited headhunter and agency submissions for candidates and will not pay fees to any third-party agency without a prior agreement with ICON.

Solving one of the most challenging problems humanity faces requires a level of diversity across disciplines. ICON believes that by being a non-homogenous organization, we can capture unique perspectives, educational backgrounds, and ideation. We strive to be inclusive and seek team members who share our passion for the mission within the mission: building robust and diverse teams to help us prevail in the face of our challenges. 

We're a team of varied backgrounds, countries, and experiences, and we believe our differences make us stronger as we tackle some of the most challenging problems of our time.


Every startup wants to change the world, but we genuinely believe we're not being hyperbolic when we say this technology has the potential to reinvent human shelter, dramatically improving quality and resiliency while driving down costs to make housing affordable for everyone. We believe in harnessing the power of construction technology for the good of all humanity, both here on Earth and off-world. And while we get excited about R&D accomplishments in the lab, we get more excited when we see our work out in the real world, printing real homes for real people.

We work hard because we know what we are doing can reshape the way we live as a species. And it doesn't hurt that it's super fun. Where else do you get to play with giant robots and see the results of your work manifest in beautiful full-scale buildings that didn't exist before—and that someone can now call home?