10 Jobs for People Who Love to Build Stuff
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We know it’s not always easy to find great jobs. That’s why we created The Muse —a peek into some of the most inspiring places to work across the country. And each week, we’ll be bringing you a roundup of great jobs to apply for from those organizations.
This week, check out a selection of jobs where you'll get to spend your time building new things. From software to systems, you'll be the master architect of something big. (Want more? Check out all of our companies that are hiring on The Muse!)
Realtime Platform Developer
Quantcast, San Francisco
Quantcast is looking for a savvy Engineer to become part of its realtime platform development team. You should possess sound network protocol, algorithms, and systems fundamentals and, most of all, be eager to apply this knowledge in a real-world setting on a live, massive-scale system.
Fueled, New York
Are you an experienced Android or iOS Developer? Fueled is leading change in the world of apps and is looking for engineers who can support the development of its products.
HERE offers the world's freshest maps and location experiences and needs an Engineer to develop software on the map search team. You'll design and implement code to present search results to candidates and work with other teams on solution testing.
Industrial Waste Systems Engineer
Intel is looking for an Engineer to join its team. In this role, you'll develop maintenance and operations procedures associated with industrial waste collection and perform engineering analysis, making good on Intel's commitment to environmental responsibility.
User Interface Designer
ThousandEyes, San Francisco
ThousandEyes is looking for a creative User Interface Designer to help build the best performance visualization platform. In this role, you'll do rapid prototyping of experimental features, test features for usability, and collaborate across teams on designs.
DevTools Software Engineer
PaperG is looking for a talented Software Developer to build automated software for various processes. You'll monitor processes from development to deployment and optimize workflow and services.
Full Stack Engineer
42Floors, San Francisco
42Floors needs a thoughtful Full-Stack Engineer to develop a system for managing and processing its listing data. In this position, you'll need to have skills ranging from server administration to application development in Ruby on Rails and be able to turn wireframes and mocks into elegant code.
Senior Software Developer
Ticketleap is looking to hire a Software Developer who takes serious pride in his or her work. In this role, you'll consistently deliver high-quality, production-based code and be expected to quickly learn new technologies and codebases.
Unfazed by hard technical problems and always craving new challenges? Atlassian is looking for a technical visionary who can come up with elegant solutions to challenging problems and ensure that Stash, the company's Enterprise Git Repository Manager, scales to tens of thousands of users.
Full Stack Back-End Developer
iCracked, Silicon Valley
iCracked is looking for a Full Stack Developer to join its team and create the ultimate on-demand online and offline customer experiences. You should have full stack abilities and amazing PHP and SQL skills and be all-around awesome.
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