Great Engineering + Fantastic Team = Awesome Client: MM.LaFleur

MM.LaFleur is a fast-growing professional womenswear company based in New York City. They aim to be the go-to wardrobe solution for women of purpose by taking the work out of dressing for work. Through their thoughtfully-designed products and highly personalized service model, they celebrate and champion the modern professional woman.

They’ve got great opportunities: a growing multitude of super-loyal customers, a popular website, multiple physical showrooms, a small army of dedicated stylists, their own warehouse and supply chain -- all the elements needed to craft a unique and sticky cross-channel customer experience. They pioneered the Bento try-before-you-buy experience and they’re hungry for what’s next.

Gray Scalable is currently working with MM to hire a few mid-level, full-stack engineers for their growing team. They use a bunch of different tools to get the job done: LAMP Stack, Javascript, CSS, Ruby and Python. We are looking for engineers who have worked with some or all of these. Also, e-commerce experience is a nice-to-have (but it is definitely not required.)

As an employer, MM. LaFleur is dedicated to building and maintaining an inclusive and progressive workplace. When asked what keeps them happy, team members have consistently stated that the people and leadership (starting at the top with Sarah) are primary reasons. To be more specific, employees feel that they are supported by strong, thoughtful leaders, have learning and development opportunities and are generally surrounded by talented, interesting and, yes, fun co-workers.

Of course, they’ve got interesting technical challenges, too: analytics-driven personal styling and marketing, real-world inventory tracking, personalized algorithmic merchandising, supply chain visibility, speed, scale, data pipeline -- all the things you’d expect of a growing, vertically-integrated clothing brand. Plus, they treat their stylists as external users, building fast and fun tools to empower them whether they’re on the phone or in the showroom with a customer.

Oh, and they just moved into a beautiful new office:

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If this sounds a team you’d like to join, apply here!

written by Ben Schumer, Technical Recruiting Consultant