Meet Jumpcut's
NICK TSIANOS

Careers - Nick’s Story
 Change & Challenge
Nick’s Story
Change & Challenge
An engineer through and through, Nick earned a UCLA computer science degree before leading subsystem design research in collaboration with the U.S. Airforce—an experience that introduced him to project management. Afterward, he expanded his skills building back-end and front-end software features at a social media startup before applying to Jumpcut—where he’s been tackling new challenges and reinventing the rules for building creative products.
Careers - What Nick Does
 Technical Product Engineer
What Nick Does
Technical Product Engineer
After his morning commute, Nick arrives at Jumpcut ready to use his engineering expertise to help his team build superior products. He works with Jumpcut’s Engineering Team—starting with a morning Scrum meeting to address challenges or changes before pushing out code for individual tasks. Often gathering instant feedback from Jumpcut's teams and digital channels, Nick works to improve the company’s UI and UX technologies.
 
 
“We want to see applicants showcasing their projects and accomplishments. You’re going to be working on features as a core team member, and you need to demonstrate a willingness to explore and to learn the best possible solutions.”
 
“We want to see applicants showcasing their projects and accomplishments. You’re going to be working on features as a core team member, and you need to demonstrate a willingness to explore and to learn the best possible solutions.”
 
 
"We are constantly testing and building new platform models to learn what works. In the new tech age, it’s important that we make data-driven decisions.”
 
"We are constantly testing and building new platform models to learn what works. In the new tech age, it’s important that we make data-driven decisions.”
 
 
“Applicants should be trying to learn the latest and greatest technologies, and they should be using them to contribute to something greater than themselves.“
 
“Applicants should be trying to learn the latest and greatest technologies, and they should be using them to contribute to something greater than themselves.“