Learning and growth
Engineers at Lucid work on the most complex problems facing the business. We handle everything from ensuring client data is secure, to minimizing document load time, to creating frameworks that allow us to scale our applications. We're in the middle of the action and deliver value to all areas of the organization.
Autonomy and innovation
We live by agile practices. Working on small, self-directed teams in which team members are encouraged to bring their own ideas to the table and within their space.
Teamwork over ego
It's not about what you can achieve, rather what we can achieve. We congratulate teammates who outperform. We listen to good advice from every source, even if it means we were wrong. Everyone works together—not even our founders have closed offices.
Hacking our way to the top
As we've grown, Lucid has held onto the traditions that got us to where we are today. The annual Lucid Hackathon gives our engineers a chance to work not only on new features that delight our users, but to solve issues that slow down our engineering work and deployment. From magic shapes to faster builds, our teams are dedicated to making our application better for everyone.
Leading the way
Working at a growing company with cutting-edge technology means we are always applying the latest in software engineering—and with this comes opportunities for learning and growth.
"Lucid has been a phenomenal place to develop my career. I’ve been able to take on so many new, interesting challenges in a short amount of time. Lucid is constantly innovating and growing which means there’s always new opportunities for development. I wouldn’t be as far as I am in my career had I gone anywhere else. Lucid is a great place to grow."
—Andy Hurd, Sr. Director of Engineering
As an organization, we are growing every day. Lucid's going to be a name that's known throughout the country and throughout the world. And you can be a part of it if you come here.
Kevin Reece, Sr. Engineering Manager
I love working at Lucid because I really get to own what I feel is important and what I'm really interested in.
Boya Song, Sr. Software Engineer I
Lucid really encourages ownership, and us engineers really thrive on that.
Sergio Rodriguez Orellana, Sr. Software Engineer II
If you are excited about engineering, this is a great place to be.
Kirsten Kitchen, Sr. Software Engineer II