where is who is hiring?
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Second Measure analyzes credit card data. We process billions of purchases to help investors (VCs and hedge funds) answer questions like:
- How quickly is Wayfair actually growing?
- Is Lyft gaining or losing market share in Boston?
- How does Hilton spending change after a customer's first Airbnb stay?
- (Check out our research blog )
We’re a 10-person team solving hard problems with cool data. We’re looking for other strong builders, especially those who can grow into leadership roles:
- Data Scientist (stats + ML; AWS, MTurk, NLP, and Spark helpful)
- Research Scientist (stats; SQL and Python helpful; math/science PhD preferred)
- Research Analyst (stats+SQL+Excel+writing; investment experience helpful)
- Senior Data Engineer (Python/JVM; AWS; stream processing)
- Senior Software Engineer (frontend/backend/full-stack; Python/JVM/Go; D3; AWS; React/Angular)
- Others (opportunistic)
We have phenomenal traction and raised a strong seed round . Select investors include: Bessemer, Foundation, Norwest, Shasta, and Y Combinator.
We’re in downtown San Mateo, just minutes from Caltrain and 101.
Email jobs@ and CC me, I'm a founder (mike@).
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* Software Engineers
* Dev Ops
* Data Scientists
We're a small team, so you will have an opportunity for a high-impact role, targeting over 50 million users. But our best perk is our colleagues: a diverse and extremely talented team of seasoned engineers and data scientists. We are located in San Mateo, walking distance from the Cal-Train station. Come visit or apply online at http://staples-sparx.com.
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Fieldbook is combining the best of the spreadsheet and the database to bring the power of relational data modeling to non-technical end users. We help business teams get their operations out of spreadsheets—from project tracking, to data collection, to content management systems.
We were #1 on Product Hunt with over 1400 upvotes: https://www.producthunt.com/tech/fieldbook-2
We're pursuing a big vision to create the world's best tool for working with structured data. It's an ambitious project with deep technical and UI challenges—but one that will transform people's relationship with the tools they use every day.
Our investors include Accomplice VC, Pejman Mar Ventures, Naval Ravikant (AngelList), Mitch Kapor (Lotus), Steven Sinofsky (ex-Microsoft), Eric Ries, and John Collison (Stripe). We are building an ownership culture where employees take pride in their work and put the customer first. This is an early-stage opportunity with the potential to have a big impact on the product and on the company itself.
* Lead Product Designer: https://angel.co/fieldbook/jobs/124946-lead-product-designer
* Software Engineer: https://angel.co/fieldbook/jobs/65063-software-product-engin...
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Slice was founded by Stanford Graduate School of Business entrepreneurs who have built, sold, and taken companies, including FiberTower, SQL Financials, and Clarus, public. Funded by A-list investors, including Eric Schmidt's Innovation Endeavors, DCM, and Lightspeed Venture Partners. Slice has attracted top talent, is building the most powerful e-commerce data set in the world, and we are JUST getting started. We are hiring world-class senior software engineers, sales, technical leads, data analysts, and machine learning engineers. You will be surrounded by an elite team of seasoned entrepreneurs who foster an environment of innovation, creativity, and learning. You will play an instrumental role in product development, subsequent iterations, and launches, an opportunity not found in larger corporations. Slice provides the opportunity to network with and be mentored in a small 1:1 setting by industry veterans and investors in the the heart of Silicon Valley, and we are rapidly expanding our team in 2016. Come join us!
Company video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oY8OKR85KMk
Resumes/websites/portfolios to sean+resumes [AT] slice.com and CC hannahft [AT] stanfordalumni.org.
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Stormpath builds developer tools for authentication & user management. We have a REST API that you can use as a central service for your apps, and web framework integrations with login / authentication functionality built in already.
Customers love us because it's an easy way to get started with building a new web app / API, and can support advanced permissions, multi-tenant apps, and scale with them as they grow.
We're looking for:
* Developer Evangelists (strong at Java/JS/.NET stacks preferred)
* DevOps Engineers
I'm on the Developer Evangelism team and it's a lot of fun working at Stormpath =]
Feel free to email me w/ questions or your resume: firstname.lastname@example.org. Or twitter: @EdwardStarcraft
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We're replacing health insurance with a system that members love. Using our SW, platform and services, an employer can pay doctors directly, saving a ton of money and making the employee experience amazing (with the testimonials to back it up).
The company is well-funded, ~two and a half years old and growing very rapidly with sales traction. We punch well above our weight-class with experienced founders, ~200 team members (~ one quarter is engineering), and paying customers.
Our tech stack is a mix of Go and Java components with Angular on the front end. We use a custom service bus to tie our SOA together, microservices style. We love Docker, CoreOS, postgres, automated testing, and continuos integration.
As a company, we're strong believers in transparency, trust and balance. As an engineering team, we believe good code is easy to read and should have a short "time to understanding". We expect all of our engineers to continually teach as well as learn. We also believe that everyone should write good code, yet balance that against the need to ship.
We've got a ton of interesting problems to solve around distributed systems, data analytics and predictions, complex data modeling, ultra high-availability, security, privacy and more.
We're currently looking for experienced SW engineers up and down the stack, back end, infrastructure, data, dev ops, test, generalist, etc. Our biggest needs are DevOps, FE, and SW Engineers in Test (you will be writing cluster level end2end tests, not unit tests), and Backend Engineers.
All open jobs: http://grnh.se/8f7q15
If you are non-technical, but are interested in experiencing a hyper-growth startup, we also are hiring for JIRA workflow automation, operations, business development and other roles as well. If you care about such things, we were recently flattered/embarrassed to be highlighted as one of fifty potential next unicorns by the nytimes: http://nyti.ms/1JLKaCT
We're super proud of the company mission, engineering culture and tech stack we've put together and would love a chance to explain it all in detail!
*VISA minutiae: We can transfer H1B visas. We can sponsor TN & H1B1 visas in most cases. If you have another existing visa, we can probably transfer it.
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Frontend Engineer: $110-160K, >=0.3% equity
Integration Engineer: $110-160K, >=0.3% equity
DevOps Evangelist: $130-180K, >=0.5% equity
At Scalyr, we've built a log analysis and ops visibility tool that our users rave about, because it smashes expectations for performance and ease of use. Now it's time to spread the word. We offer the equity, influence, and fun of an early-stage company, with stability, great pay, and a low-stress culture. We have great backers, strong traction, and an 11-digit target market. I've built half a dozen startups, including Writely (aka Google Docs), and I can honestly say this is my favorite so far.
Frontend Engineer: we earn our keep by giving users unprecedentedly fast and easy tools for exploring vast amounts of operational data. That starts with our unique backend query engine, but it doesn't mean anything without an equally amazing frontend. We're building a brand-new web app that adds features while removing complexity, all with an eye to performance. As a ground-up rewrite, there's lots of opportunity for you to have a significant impact. If you care about user experience, enjoy great engineering, and want to join an experienced team where you can really stretch yourself, we'd love to hear from you.
Integration Engineer: an ops visibility tool is only as good as the data it collects. We pride ourselves on collecting everything from logs to system metrics to application metrics to API data, in the whatever environment our customers are using. If you enjoy constantly getting to play with new tools, come help us connect to... everything. You'll be playing around with software packages from Apache to Zookeeper, APIs from AWS to, er, Azure. Much of your work will involve adding modules to our Python-based agent. If you're interested, there's also room to help create dashboards and write guides to help engineers make sense of all the data that $PACKAGE_X generates.
DevOps Evangelist: if you're passionate about enlightened server operations, appreciate good tools, and would like the chance to bring a great tool to great customers, we should talk. We've had success with meaty posts like https://www.scalyr.com/community/guides/zen-and-the-art-of-s.... and http://blog.scalyr.com/2014/08/99-99-uptime-9-5-schedule/. Join us and you'll have the chance to write meaningful articles, engage with fellow engineers, and spread the word on a great product. If you have an engineering background, experience in operations, and a love of communicating, drop me a line!
If any of these roles sound interesting, please reach out to email@example.com.