Overview:

Great content takes time. And effort. And commitment. In particular it takes a lot of work to produce, publish, amplify, and measure audio and video content, which is why we created Casted. We’re the only content marketing platform built to empower marketers to access, amplify, and attribute their audio and video content to fuel their content marketing strategy.

Casted gives marketers a true return on their multimedia investments through increased access to the audio content to be used by other team members, departments and agency partners. The platform provides many ways to wring-out and amplify that content across other channels, like blogs, social media, web copy, email marketing, sales support and more. Lastly, Casted provides unprecedented attribution that reveals the impact that content makes on the brand and the business.

In short, Casted not only makes it possible, but easy for marketers to get more from their content.

But that’s just what we do. Here’s why we do it:

We’re passionate. Weirdly passionate. We love this company we’re building, the culture we’re cultivating, and the work we get to do each day. We thrive on creative challenges and encourage brave thinking. We appreciate quick wit and intellectual humor, as well as a little well-timed self-deprecation. We take the work we’re doing pretty seriously, but not ourselves. We love collaborating because our team is packed with diverse thinking and brilliant minds, and we believe that differences in opinions and backgrounds are where the best products are born. But we also appreciate some good old fashioned heads-down time to do great work individually. We are obsessed with creating things that are truly exceptional. And for that, we need truly exceptional people to join our team. If this sounds like you, we would like to meet you.

What You’ll Do

You’ll lead our efforts to build up our portfolio of integrations with other marketing technologies, like Salesforce, Marketo, Google Analytics, Drift, etc. Integrations will range from CRM, analytics, to content management systems, to social scheduling tools. Many integrations will go both directions, pulling data into Casted we can use to illustrate the impact of content hosted in Casted.

You’ll work closely with designers, developers, and customer managers to architect how we build the product. As a key member of the team, you’ll also share opinions and contribute to what we build, as well as how, when, and why.

Some bullets points about what a day might look like:

  • Participate in the product selection workflow, including shaping ideas, highlighting risks, and voting on what gets prioritized
  • Scope tickets and communicate complexity and feasibility
  • Develop micro services and deploy them in cloud funcs or kubernetes services
  • Write tests and documentation
  • Research and code new ideas in quick iterations
  • Analyze existing code and stack for optimizations and make recommendations

What We’re Looking For

A software engineer who loves building integrations. This role will help Casted connect with even more of the technologies marketers love most. To help with that, it would be great if you have experience building integrations with platforms like Salesforce, but even if you don’t, we’re hiring for what you can know, not just what’s in your head right now.

Bullets points of stuff we’re looking for:

  • Experience building and shipping scalable software products using cloud providers like GCP, AWS, or Azure
  • Knowledge of software development best practices utilizing modern languages like NodeJS, Go or similar
  • Ability to work collaboratively but able to own a project with minimal guidance
  • Familiarity with modern software development processes
  • Ability to learn quickly by building in quick iterations
  • Understanding of testing and the reason for it

Interested? Great. We can’t wait to meet you. 

Casted is an equal opportunity employer, and we value diversity at our company. We don’t discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status.

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