#1 of 14Soundslice - Web UX designer - Chicago, IL
Soundslice (https://www.soundslice.com/) is "living sheet music." We make web-based, responsive music-notation technology that you can listen to and interact with. The goal is to be the best way to learn any piece of music.
See https://www.soundslice.com/demo for an example. It's one of the coolest HTML5 web apps in the world that's an actual business and not a project. When I originally posted it to HN, it stayed at the top of the homepage for the better part of a day and was universally praised: https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=4790636
Soundslice is a small (two-person) business -- you'd be the third. It's proudly bootstrapped and makes money. We make money by (1) licensing our technology, (2) selling a subscription service to music teachers and (3) selling interactive sheet music.
We're looking for a UX designer. Somebody who's good at the whole design process -- understanding problems, creating mockups, implementing in HTML/CSS.
WHY WORK HERE:
* You'd work on an amazing product that helps people learn music.
* Design is front-and-center of our product. Much of its value is pure UX.
* Excellent work/life balance.
* You'd work with me (one of the people who created Django, plus some other stuff; see holovaty.com). I'm an experienced developer and can teach you a lot, if you're open to it.
Email me (Adrian Holovaty) at email@example.com.
#2 of 14Mutually Human – Developers/Designers – Grand Rapids, MI & Columbus, OH (on-site, full time)
We're always looking for developers, but we're especially looking for a senior designer to join our team right now.
A little bit about us:
A little bit about Grand Rapids:
- We write custom software of all shapes and sizes for clients all over the US. - We aren't limited to any specific set of technologies, which is a great opportunity to learn. In the past two years, I've worked with Python, iOS, Angular.js, CoffeeScript, QT, Node, Ruby, Rails, and more. - We practice a sustainable pace. Late nights and > 40 hour weeks are rare by design. For example. last year I worked an average of 40.408 hours per week. - We offer competitive salaries, health/vision/dental insurance, quarterly profit sharing, retirement + match, weekly catered lunches, and a top-floor office with snacks, guitars, and your choice of standing or sitting desks.
A little bit about you:
- 2.5 hours from Chicago and Detroit, less than an hour to the beach. - Lots of great beer. Founders Brewery (a mile from our office) has 3 beers in the Beer Advocate top 15. HopCat is a “World Class” bar on BA. Just look here: http://beeradvocate.com/beerfly/city/43 - Low cost of living. I bought a nice house with a mortgage payment 30% lower than the rent of my 1 bedroom apartment in Mountain View.
I'm a software developer on this awesome team. If you're interested, check out our website:
- You love making software, and you have experience with a variety of technologies. - You learn new stuff quickly. You’ve used a lot of technologies, but you’re not afraid to use more. - You believe software is written for humans, not computers.
#3 of 14Spantree Technology Group, LLC | Senior Software Engineer and/or Devops Specialist | Chicago, IL; Grand Rapids, MI | Onsite; Remote | Full-Time | Citizen | Elasticsearch, Groovy, Docker, Mesos/Marathon, Drools/Optaplanner, Angular/Backbone/React, D3.js, Clojure/ClojureScript, Grails, Spring Boot, Puppet, Spark, Kafka
Spantree Technology Group is looking for a new member to join our existing US-based team members in Grand Rapids or Chicago. We'd also be interested in a remote team member (preferably based in the Midwest or East Coast US) depending on expertise.
Hello, we’re Spantree, a rapidly growing boutique software engineering consultancy headquartered in West Loop of Chicago. We’re looking for a brilliant and personable engineer to join our team. Our clients range from small and scrappy startups to large banks and insurance companies. While we have a pretty broad technical focus, a key element to most of the stuff we do is building tools to help people make better decisions.
Our technical role on projects varies a bit depending on the customer, so we’re hiring organically for generalists that can be flexible up and down the stack. Though if you have deep expertise in some of the technologies listed above (esp Elasticsearch or Docker/Mesos), we can teach you the rest on an as-needed basis.
We offer competitive compensation, relatively flexible work schedules, health/vision/dental, 401K matching and the usual tech company perks (a copious amount of catered lunches in our Chicago offices, etc).
To find out more about who we are, please feel free to visit our website at http://www.spantree.net and reach out via firstname.lastname@example.org.
#4 of 14Chicago, IL. http://vokal.io
Backend Engineer - Python || GO Developer
Vokal is an industry-leading digital experience agency specializing in mobile application development, responsive website development, user experience design, and branding in an interconnected world. We are redefining the expectations of what value mobile can create through our success in enterprise mobility management, digital development, and mobile experience design innovation.
#5 of 14Take a stab at our little challenge and ensure your CV gets reviewed by our team: curl http://challenge.shopcurbside.com Curbside is enabling a new way to shop, built for the era of instant mobile commerce. The Curbside app makes it easy to find, buy and pickup products at nearby stores. Curbside searches realtime local inventory across retailers and uses location-based technologies to alert stores when a customer is arriving for a pickup. Curbside helps consumers quickly get what they need and helps retailers better serve their increasingly mobile centric customers. The Curbside Merchant Console enables alerts to staff as customers arrive to pick up orders and also manages online order workflow.
Curbside’s investors and advisors include Index Ventures, Jerry Yang’s AME Cloud Ventures, Eric Schmidt’s Innovation Endeavors, O’Reilly AlphaTech Ventures, Gil Elbaz & David Waxman’s TenOneTen and Chicago Ventures.
Problem space: mobile commerce, big data, search, machine learning, reverse engineering, distributed systems, location services, user experience.
http://www.shopcurbside.com/jobs • Palo Alto, Ca. • Relocation Available • Sorry at this time we cannot sponsor NEW H-1B’s, but we can transfer existing visa’s and sponsor new E3’s, TN’s, and O-1’s.
#6 of 14KnowledgeHound (knowledgehound.com) | Chicago | Full Stack Engineer
WHY WORK FOR US? Because the team is incredible. A-players on the tech, design, and business side. Tons of talent without blustery egos or corporate politics. Every day is a joy. Because we build a great product. Our design and engineering is head and shoulders better than our competitors and we work with the latest technologies. Because it’s the perfect time. We’ve got Fortune 500 clients, serious revenue, and investment, but we’re still small enough that we want you to own substantial parts of the product, technical organization and the business as a whole.
Serious experience with:
- At least one backend language, ideally PHP or Python - At least one backend framework, ideally Django
Bonus points if you have:
Beyond the purely technical, any great candidate will have excellent communication skills and dedication to personal growth, learning and teaching others. Email me and tell me how you learn & get better at your craft.
- Experience using and tuning ElasticSearch - Experience leading Agile/Scrum teams
Come work with me: email@example.com
#7 of 14Civis Analytics | Chicago, IL | https://civisanalytics.com
Civis is building cloud-based products to help organizations do data science better and easier. We create technologies that empower organizations to unlock the truth hiding in their own data—transforming them into smart organizations that are ready to thrive. We help organizations solve their biggest problems with Big Data.
Our incredible team of engineers, statisticians, researchers, and solution seekers come from all over the world with diverse backgrounds in Fortune 500 companies, international non-profits, ivy league academia, and even actual rocket science. We are smart, fun, and a little bit weird. Does this sound like you?
A few of our open positions:
Devops Engineer - http://bit.ly/1P30uit
Senior Security Engineer - http://bit.ly/1anABtS
Systems Engineer - http://bit.ly/1GCZQkn
Full Stack Software Developer - http://bit.ly/1Hn3As1
Along with Software Engineers, Civis is hiring Data Scientists, Product Managers, and Sales, Marketing, Account experts. View all of our open positions at https://civisanalytics.com/careers
#8 of 14Chicago, IL
CounselHQ - CTO / Cofounder
CounselHQ is an early-stage legal technology company located in Chicago’s 1871 space and dedicated to helping sophisticated companies reduce their legal bills. We are building a platform that makes it simple for these companies to find, engage, and collaborate with a curated network of amazing legal professionals.
CounselHQ is tackling a massive industry at an incredibly interesting time. About 40,000 large private and public businesses spend almost $140 billion per year on legal services. As CTO, you will lead in the design of technology that helps bring efficiency, cost savings, and information symmetry to an industry where hourly rates can exceed $1,000.
Looking for a full-stack or back-end developer with 3+ years experience, but no hard requirements. Compensation will include salary but the focus will be on significant equity. As a cofounder, you will have a meaningful impact on the future direction of the company.
If you are interested in chatting and learning more about this position, please reach out to me at firstname.lastname@example.org
#9 of 14Reverb.com - Chicago, IL
We're a 2.5 year old marketplace for vintage, used, and handmade musical instruments in Chicago. We grew from 6 to 40 employees in the last year and are really rocking this industry. If you want to build HATEOAS APIs and Domain Driven Ruby/Rails while playing guitar or twiddling synth knobs at work, this is the job for you.
If you are wondering if a job where you get to play music and write great code in an environment that values best practices and engineers owning product (no PM's here) is real, yes I assure you it is indeed.
Stop pinching yourself and apply now at http://jobs.reverb.com. If you want to find out more about our culture check out http://product.reverb.com for our technical blog. Hiring Rubyists and hands on Designers who feel at home with haml/sass. ONSITE only right now.
#10 of 14Rally Health - Various Engineer positions | www.rallyhealth.com | on-site only in SF, DC, Chicago
We're looking for lots of great people to join our team that's aiming to make all aspects of healthcare better for consumers. Our Wellness product (https://www.rallyhealth.com/our-product/) is the best wellness program on the market, Marketplace makes enrolling in insurance as easy (or easier) than TurboTax, and Connect helps find the doctor you need in your area (and in your plan).
-Full stack (scala/play + angular) -Full stack (C#/.NET MVC + angular) -Front end engineer (angular + SASS) -DevOps engineer (AWS, Chef, MongoDB) -.NET release engineer (Jenkins, Nuget) -QA Engineer (python/robot) -Mobile architect -Mobile engineer -Site reliability engineer -Director, IT Security -InfoSec engineer -Data analyst
We'll be growing a lot more visible in 2015 and into 2016, starting with a partnership with comedian Kevin Hart which we're all pretty excited about.
Our Chicago office is on a .NET MVC stack and SF and DC are on Scala/Play with mobile teams as well. I can answer more detailed stack/tech questions if anyone is curious.
The benefits are great, including $0 deductible for employee health insurance (and dependent coverage isn't much more), catered lunch every day w/ snacks and drinks everywhere, and unlimited vacation (that we're heavily enouraged to use).
If you have any questions, you can email me (email@example.com) but otherwise, all postings are available at https://www.rallyhealth.com/about-us/ Cheers!
#11 of 14KnowledgeHound (knowledgehound.com) | Boston Engineering Intern
Deploy real-world code to production week one. Develop code and your skills. Spend some time in the sun, working in Boston and Cambridge.
WHAT WE DO: We build KnowledgeHound, a data search and exploration tool, on top of some fantastic technologies. We've got a real product, real revenue from Fortune 500 clients and real investment. We're looking to add some more interns & developers to that mix.
COME WORK FOR US IF:
WHAT'S THE SUMMER GOING TO BE LIKE? We've got a backlog of new features/bugs, and we're overhauling one of our major systems. We want you to join hands with the rest of our tech team and deliver production code. Just like everyone else, you'll pull a new bug/feature from the queue, work with anyone else necessary (e.g. our world-class designer, Joe) and put together a pull request. I'll be a personal resource and I'm dedicated to learning and to teaching. If you hit a snag or don't know the best way to do something, we'll work on it together.
- You believe that work doesn't need to be all consuming to be productive and fulfilling, - You are committed to getting better at your craft every single day (tell me how you do it!), - You want to get your hands dirty in a real code base (sorry, powerpoint doesn't count as work here), - You thrive on flexibility not micromanagement and - You've built something real (class or side projects or previous internships are great examples)
We are a collaborative team. We count on everyone to think critically, bring ideas for improvements and champion those ideas. In other words, "We do pay you to think." Be a part of designing our product and our business.
WHERE IS THIS PLACE? I'm currently our entire Boston office (there are another half a dozen of us at the home office in Chicago and one on the West coast). On that account, we don't have a permanent office here yet. I'm planning to spend the summer working from co-working spaces, coffee shops, home, and places in the sun. I like to alternate between working surrounded by great people and taking a full day somewhere quiet to knock out some "real work" (writing code). If that sounds better than the cube farm, email me (firstname.lastname@example.org).
#12 of 14Rocketmiles - Chicago IL.
Rocketmiles, recently acquired by Priceline, helps frequent travelers vacation faster by earning huge rewards for booking hotels.
We're looking for a front-end developer (Angular) and several backend developers (Java/Grails) to round out our development team here in Chicago.
You'll work with our CTO and head of product at a small, but growing, company solving interesting challenges while having fun with a very solid and experienced team.
Email me (head of product) at email@example.com
#13 of 14Avant | Chicago, Los Angeles | Software Engineer (Ruby)
Fast-growing personal lending startup with plenty of benefits.
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Atlanta. Austin. Chicago. New York. San Francisco. Seattle. Sunnyvale.
Application Security Consultant
Full-Time, work visa sponsorship available
Long-time Hacker News readers will be familiar with Matasano Security, and will expect to see us post in this thread. This month, there will not be a post from Matasano Security. Effective today, there will no longer be a Matasano Security. Instead, we're officially rebranding as NCC Group.
In late 2012, Matasano was acquired by NCC Group joining iSEC Partners and later Intrepidus Group. Since that time, we've been working together, cross staffing projects and benefiting from each other’s expertise. It's been a slow, steady process of increasing cohesion. We've reached the point where we need to assume a single identity, that of NCC Group.
Being a part of this process as it unfolds reminds me a bit of watching the Voltron cartoon series as a child in the '80s. The show featured pilots each commanding their own robot lions. Robot lions are fierce, powerful beings. But when they came together they'd form Voltron - a giant humanoid robot with the lions compromising each of it's parts. I like to think this is what's happening at NCC Group. What were previously separate companies each well accomplished in computer security are becoming a single even more formidable entity. "Form arms and body! And, I'll form the head!"
So, what does this have to do with hiring?
Growing a larger company requires a larger number of individuals. We still need candidates with the same skills as always; programming, reverse engineering, protocol analysis, web application building/breaking, adversarial thinking. We need people who understand technology and can identify flaws in how it's implemented. We need those who can look at a security weakness, and accurately gauge it's relative risk to the organization. And we need folks who can communicate that risk to multiple audiences, in varying levels of detail.
There's no better time than now to join us. Our integration effort has opened up opportunity within the company to focus on areas of specialization, advance skills, and take on ever more complex projects and challenges. If you've always wanted to be part of something new, but found yourself averse to the risk of early stage start ups, joining us now might be a way to do both. We're stable but we're evolving and changing, and our employees will shape what we become.
If you're ready to apply, contact us at: https://www.nccgroup.trust/us/careers/
Please, bear with us on the sites above. We've migrated a boatload of content, and it's likely there will be some website wrinkles. We'll iron them out as soon as we can (mostly we'll just keep breaking interesting software).