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This week, we’ve found tons of great new opportunities for engineers. Whether your passion is graphics or Android engineering, there’s bound to be a position for you.
1. Android Engineer
Tumblr, New York
As an Android Engineer at Tumblr, you’ll be able to work on every aspect of the engineering process, including creating, improving, and extending Tumblr Android app features, while also getting to work at a company that influences millions of users around the globe.
2. Firmware Development Engineer
Do you like to see your work worldwide? InVue’s Firmware Development Engineer is charged with a huge job: developing code for products before they’re brought to the masses. These products are a combination of mechanical, electronics, and proprietary FW built on industry standard microcontrollers such as TI MSP430.
3. Senior Front-End and UI Developer
Praytell Strategy, Brooklyn
4. DevOps Engineer
Basis, San Francisco
Want to own the infrastructure behind the world’s largest database of health and fitness-oriented physiological data? Basis is looking for a DevOps Engineer with a passion for building and running scalable systems to join the company in applying technology to advance the health of its customers.
5. Engineering Technologist and Principal Engineer
Dell is looking for a “teardown black belt” to run its teardown operations, covering everything from customer experience analysis to competitive benchmarking.
6. Python Engineer
Thinkful, New York
Want to be surround by a team of people who love to code? Thinkful is hiring a Python Engineer to join its crew of self-starters who work autonomously but love to help the team.
7. Graphics Engineer
Apportable, San Francisco
Love to tinker with apps as they make their way from an iOS platform to Android—and make sure they look good? Apportable is a hiring a Graphics Engineer who loves all things visual as well as collaborating with a team.
8. Engineering Intern
The Muse, New York
The Muse is looking for a back-end Engineering Intern for summer 2014 to help take its product to the next level. You will work directly with the VP of Engineering—and coordinate with various teams across The Muse—to ship products that save serious time, money, and heartache.
9. Junior Web Developer
Want to work for an organization that ensures people have the best trip possible? Apply to work for FlipKey, a TripAdvisor-backed vacation rental website. You’ll build web pages, carry out complex back-end software architectures, and optimize SQL queries.
10. Rails Engineer
Work for a company that likes to pack some punch into every product. Qstream is looking for an engineer who wants to tinker with every part of the business, not just do traditional computer work.
11. Ruby on Rails Developer
Handybook, New York
Handybook is looking for someone to take its coding to the next level, so if you’ve got lightning-fast fingers and a desire to be part of a growing organization, this is definitely the job to check out.
12. Documentation Developer
Do you want to help users have a better experience? SendGrid is looking for a Documentation Developer to help manage external documentation, which generates hundreds of leads for the site every month.
13. Full-Stack Engineer
RentHop, New York
RentHop is looking for someone who is absolutely passionate about engineering and wants to help make the process of finding, seeing, and renting an apartment easier. The ideal candidate should know Python, PHP, JQuery, and MySQL but be comfortable learning new technologies and trying different things.
14. iOS Developer
Want to work behind the scenes in the fashion industry? STYLIGHT is looking for an iOS Developer who can help bring its apps to millions of people worldwide.
15. Software Engineer—Data
Airbnb, San Francisco
Airbnb is looking for a Software Engineer to work with data collected throughout the Airbnb travel experience—from discovery and booking to the actual vacation stay and feedback afterward—and use it to improve customer experiences.
16. Software Engineer
GolfNow is searching for a Software Engineer to work closely with product management, partners, customer service, and technology team members. In this role, you’ll design, develop, deploy, and support various B2B, e-commerce, and consumer-facing platforms and properties.
17. Engineering Intern
Artsicle, New York
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