Are you passionate about solving highly complex technical challenges and developing fast? Does the idea of engineering platforms to revolutionize the way the world views TV excite you? If so Simulmedia may be looking for you. We’re a company using set-top box datasets and information reaching over 115 million homes to make TV advertising relevant again.
Simulmedia is looking for Senior Software Engineers join their R&D team. Based in the beautiful NoHo area of New York City we’re a technology startup founded by serial entrepreneur Dave Morgan and funded by investors like Union Square Ventures, Avalon Ventures and Time Warner.
You will be responsible for developing highly scalable web applications with robust API access and stunning information visualization. You have a strong acumen for working with product teams and are experienced in iterative development practices.
We’re not sticklers for specific technologies but we would value your experience writing efficient, structured code in some of the following:
Strong technical skills are required in order to build this leading edge platform. You will have had at least 5 – 7 years of experience.
· Developing beautiful, clean code
· Working in consistent and iterative development environments
· Implementing front-end to back-end features
· Collaborating across various groups such as Tech Ops, Product, and Data Science
As a Senior Software Engineer you should have a passion for creating efficient code. You also have the innate ability to work across your team and company.
Simulmedia is an Ad Tech company focused on TV. We operate an audience-driven ad network and a proprietary technology platform. Simulmedia sells TV advertising campaigns that are targeted, measurable, and cost efficient using ad inventory reaching 115 million households and the world’s largest database of TV viewership. Our core belief is: The future of video advertising will be audience-centric, and it will grow within TV’s walled-garden for the foreseeable future. Our mission is: “Simulmedia exists to make advertising better for advertisers, media owners and consumers in a world where media is increasingly fragmented.”