where is who is hiring?
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Airbnb's mission is for every human being on the planet to Belong Anywhere. We're growing rapidly and hiring for a lot of positions.
It's a super positive and energetic work environment, with great people, perks, compensation, and work life balance, and we're solving some pretty unique tech challenges. You can read more on our tech blog:
We also contribute heavily to open source:
And we give awesome tech talks - check out our open sourced StreamAlert project, presented at Enigma 2017:
and a talk about an Android GraphQL client from an Android infrastructure engineer and Apollo project contributor:
Some specific roles we'd like to call out:
- Security engineering manager: https://www.airbnb.com/careers/departments/position/658347
- Android engineer: https://www.airbnb.com/careers/departments/position/2281
Full list of 150+ positions: https://www.airbnb.com/careers/departments
#2 of 9
ONSITE in San Francisco or Portland, REMOTE (US)
Role: Backend Engineer, iOS Engineer
Stack: Golang, Swift, Docker, AWS
We value core software engineering experience, so being comfortable working w/o a framework and being able to code in other languages are a big plus.
Phone intro, phone screen, onsite + technical interview, decision. We strive to complete this process within 2 weeks if a candidates schedule permits.
Please include a cover letter and mention that you found us on
HN. Also feel free to reach out to me at brian at seed.co
What we do:
We’re taking on the challenge of modernizing small business banking. We’re building beautiful, easy-to-use tools for banking, invoicing, expense tracking, and more, so our members can focus on helping their businesses thrive. Those tools also need to integrate smoothly with often-antiquated banking systems, and be bank-level secure. It’s a huge challenge, but one we enjoy tackling every day.
Recent press: https://seed.co/press/
#3 of 9
Squarespace is hiring pretty much everyone:
-PMs (mid-level to senior, 5+ years exp)
-Engineers (Mobile, web, infrastructure, SRE, security data..., generally 2+ years exp)
-Designers (Web & Product)
-Recruiters & Coordinators
Also hiring 24x7 Ops Systems Engineers in Portland & Dublin.
You should work here because it's a great place to work. That's really the gist of it: Squarespace takes excellent care of its employees. Not only do we boasts one of the most beautiful offices in the world, daily lunch, fully covered health insurance, unlimited vacation (and a recommended 4-5 weeks) and a solid 401k match, but working at Squarespace also means working with a great community of people who love design and are passionate about great products. This is a company that cares deeply about its employees and employees who care deeply about their product. We're very proud here to be building the platform that both democratizes the web and pushes forward its design.
A few of our recent hires came right from this thread!
Feel free to reach out to me directly if you have questions (I'm a PM here, former FE Engineer) or just want to chat.
tmiller @ squarespace.com
Apply at http://grnh.se/dn27gt1
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Using a combination of 3D graphics and computer vision, Modsy allows you to "try on" furniture in your own home before you buy it. We're first movers to bring the power of photo-realistic visualizations to the hands of consumers and our engineering team has been the driving force behind this Modsy magic. Check out modsy.com/portfolio and see if you can tell which of our images on our site are real vs. renderings (hint: they are all renderings).
We're looking to hire 3D Web, Full Stack, and Machine Learning engineers. We'd also love to talk to anyone who leans more toward pure front or back end engineering. Our stack is React/Redux/WebGL + Django/Python.
Our interview process, like our company, moves quickly with an emphasis on creating a personal connection from the first encounter. We do a phone/in-person interview with the Head of Engineering (me), phone call with one of our engineers, and then a half day in office to meet the team before making an offer.
Our product is brought to life by a diverse and talented group of engineers, artists, designers and creators. You can read more about our founder, Shanna, and our team at modsy.com/about-us.
Drop me a line at email@example.com if you're interested to learn more!
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Say Media is building a platform for digital magazines. This year we're scaling from 100 million page views to 500 million. Come help us do this!
Say is a fun place to work at, with great work/life balance. We're looking for good engineers who enjoy learning new technologies. Our publishing platform is Python/Node.js based with an Angular front end, but it's okay if you don't have experience with these yet. We are also increasingly using Redshift and Kinesis and need a DB engineer to take the lead on these technologies.
I'm not a recruiter, just a programmer who enjoys working at Say. You can see our jobs at http://www.saymedia.com/jobs, or email your resume to me and I'll pass it to the right person (email in profile).
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EMEX is a rapidly growing online energy broker. We have an innovative reverse auction platform that lets customers buy cheaper electricity and natural gas without the hassle. Our proprietary broker management system powers our internal operations and that of many of our partners.
We're looking for a full-time senior software engineer to join our small team. You'll primarily work on our extensive backend platform and our frontend auction experience. You'd be great fit if you've got strong Ruby skills, love working with large object-oriented systems, and approach your profession with excellence.
Our primary stack: Ruby, Rails, MySQL, Redis, ElasticSearch, React.
If you'd like to learn more or apply, I'd love to hear from you. You can email me at: ives.j [at] emexllc.com.
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Come work for InComm in downtown Portland. Free lunch and breakfast once a week, free monthly transit or parking pass, annual hackathon, lots of learning opportunities, collaborative atmosphere.
Tech stack: C#/.NET (Windows today but .NET core in The Future(tm)), Microsoft SQL Server, RabbitMQ, Redis, RavenDB, React+Redux, HTML/CSS/JS, Docker, Puppet
* Senior Database Engineer: https://careers-incomm.icims.com/jobs/6102/senior-database-e...
* Software Engineer: https://careers-incomm.icims.com/jobs/6281/software-engineer...
* Senior Systems Engineer: https://careers-incomm.icims.com/jobs/6020/senior-systems-en...
* Senior Software Engineer (Full Stack/.NET): https://careers-incomm.icims.com/jobs/5845/senior-software-e...
* SQL Server DBA: https://careers-incomm.icims.com/jobs/5845/senior-software-e...
Interview process: Usually a phone screen to run through some basic technical questions, then (depending on the role) a small take-home assignment that we discuss at an on-site interview, as well as some discussion of past projects and simple whiteboarding (no binary search trees). Onsite there's usually two sessions with a pair of engineers in each, as well as a more non-technical session or two with managers. Email me at the incomm.com domain with rfaaberg as the username if you're interested. See all current job postings: https://careers-incomm.icims.com/jobs/5729/sql-server-dba/jo...
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PolySync is working to build the most advanced safety-critical runtime for autonomous vehicles. Working with our existing customers across the industry (automotive OEMs, tier 1 & 2 suppliers, and silicon makers) PolySync is pioneering the best-practices for process, architecture, and implementation for software interfaces that tie together the sensor and control capabilities of autonomous vehicles. PolySync's engineering efforts focus on three key performance indicators: high-assurance, fault-tolerance, and mechanical sympathy. Join us and help shape the definition of safety and reliability in this emerging mobility marketplace. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to get things rolling (pun intended).
Chaos Engineer - We're looking for someone to help us advance the state-of-the-art in chaos testing and auto-remediation/recovery for our on-vehicle fail-operational runtime.
- Ideally you're especially skilled at characterizing the operational semantics of a physical system and measuring them against expected behaviors and the known limits imposed by physics.
- When you see something new your first thought is, "I wonder what catastrophic way this thing fails to do what it promises to do." and your second thought is, "How can I prove how broken it is and then fix it so that it's no longer lying to me?"
- The sight of a by-wire vehicle bucking about & spazzing out as its perception sensors and control actuators drop in and out of operation fills you with a sanguine zen instead of paralyzing anxiety.
Distributed Systems Engineer - We're looking for someone to help us improve the distributed architecture and implementation of our on-vehicle autonomy middleware.
- Ideally you maintain a healthy distrust of wall-clock time and your wristwatch displays a dotted-version-vector-set tracking all the instances in your life you received a response to the question, "Hey, what time is it?"
- You see the insights derived from the CAP theorem as living on a spectrum, but you're keenly aware of where the bright lines are drawn which keep you from offering specific guarantees, and you step over them with deliberate and well communicated intent.
- At all times you assume _any system_ is in a degraded state and you work well within the constraints of continual uncertainty while ensuring that high-level behavioral properties are stable.
We place a high emphasis on expressing and fostering a growth mindset both in the engineering team and throughout the company. We believe that cultivating improvement and growth as individuals & professionals, with the support of our peers and the support of company leadership, is the best way for us to improve and grow as a business.
If that paints a picture of how you approach things, then send us a message to start the conversation. email@example.com
We currently use C, C++, Python, Elixir, and Rust in our development efforts. Existing experience in any or all of those is helpful. A willingness to become an expert in them is essential.
PolySync Technologies' singular vision is to simplify and accelerate the development of self-driving cars. Founded in 2013, the company has developed a software platform that enables automakers and autonomous vehicle startups to seamlessly build, test, and deploy safe driverless vehicle applications. Our team of 26 is building the future of the software-defined car currently in Portland, OR and Detroit, MI.
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Hey there! Allow us to introduce ourselves. We are Expensify and we do "expense reports that don't suck!" (Google "expensify" to read more.) We're getting crushed under an ever-growing pile of super awesome work, and I need one bright soul to help us dig our way out. I can guarantee you fun, an amazing opportunity to learn, and the siren's call of distant riches. But only if you are all of the following:
- An incredibly hard worker, even when it's not so fun. There is a ton of work to do, and a lot of it downright sucks. After all — we do the sucky work so our customers won't need to. I need you to buck up and grind through server logs, user emails, source code, and bug reports, without complaint or supervision, and come back asking for more.
- A cool person to be with. Not a crazy party animal, just someone we can trust, rely upon, hang out with, bounce ideas off of, and generally interact with in a positive way, both personally and professionally. In fact, this is one of the most stringent requirements we have: would you be fun to hang out with day and night on some remote, exotic beach? This isn't a rhetorical question, either: every year we take the company overseas for a month and work incredibly hard while having a ton of fun. We've done Cambodia, Thailand, Mexico, India, Turkey, Croatia, Portugal and the Philippines. Our most recent trip was Uruguay in January, where do you want to go next?
- Super talented, in a general way. We're going to throw a ton of work at you of every possible sort, and you need that magic skill of being able to figure it out even if you have no idea where to start. On any given day you might bounce between super low-level coding, super high-level technical support, marketing-driven data-mining, updating our user documentation, inventing/designing/building some new feature, etc. This is not a code monkey job — you're going to be a full participant in the process, and you need to bring your own unique blend of skills to the table.
There are probably many ways to do that. But the easiest way to do that is to check out we.are.expensify.com and send in an application(which you can find at http://we.are.expensify.com) or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We are excited to hear from you!