About Crunchyroll

WE HELP EVERYONE BELONG. IT’S OUR PURPOSE.

Founded by fans, Crunchyroll delivers the art and culture of anime to a passionate community. We super-serve over 100 million anime and manga fans across 200+ countries and territories, and help them connect with the stories and characters they crave. Whether that experience is online or in-person, streaming video, theatrical, games, merchandise, events and more, it’s powered by the anime content we all love.

Join our team, and help us shape the future of anime!

About the role

The Living Room team is responsible for building and maintaining our apps on multiple platforms, including Chromecast, Roku and SmartTVs. As we grow, we plan on adding new platforms into our portfolio. Our goal is to produce robust, performant applications that deliver content that will delight and engage our audiences, partners and internal stakeholders. We embody Crunchyroll's collaborative spirit, and work closely with various internal teams to engineer scalable solutions that can be shared across all client platforms.

  • Work with engineers, product managers, and project managers to implement new features across Crunchyroll's telco app
  • Coordinate with team manager on technical designs and technology decisions
  • Coordinate with multiple teams and manage dependencies where applicable.
  • Ensure that team tasks are completed in a timely manner
  • Ensure good code quality by doing rigorous code reviews and maintaining good code coverage on tests
  • Work with team manager to develop a comprehensive testing pyramid
  • Mentor engineers in order to level up their skills

In the role of Staff Frontend Engineer, you will report to the Senior Manager, Engineering.

We are considering applicants for the location(s) of San Francisco, Culver City, Dallas, and New York.

About You

We get excited about candidates, like you, because...

  • 12+ years Front end development and 3+ years team lead level.
  • Experience optimizing applications to run on low-memory devices.
  • Strong customer focus, ownership, urgency and drive
  • Proficient demonstrated experience in incorporating reliable unit and end-to-end testing to UI frameworks.
  • Expert level experience developing with React and/or Typescript
  • Experience with Agile Software Development environment
  • Experience with mentoring engineers, including pairing, leading lunch and learns and workshops.

About the Team

Crunchyroll's Engineering teams thrive on action, impact, ownership, curiosity, and fan obsession. We embrace evolution, concise documentation, excellence, and empowering engineers. As part of our team, you'll take ownership of tasks, delivering high-quality results on time, exceeding fans' expectations. We foster collaboration, fearlessly exploring innovative solutions and challenging the status quo. Our commitment to learning and curiosity drives us to embrace change and tackle complex challenges head-on, revolutionizing the anime streaming experience for our community.

Why you will love working at Crunchyroll

In addition to getting to work with fun, passionate and inspired colleagues, you will also enjoy the following benefits and perks:

  • Receive a great compensation package including salary plus performance bonus earning potential, paid annually.
  • Flexible time off policies allowing you to take the time you need to be your whole self.
  • Generous medical, dental, vision, STD, LTD, and life insurance
  • Health Saving Account HSA program
  • Health care and dependent care FSA
  • 401(k) plan, with employer match
  • Employer paid commuter benefit
  • Support program for new parents
  • Pet insurance and some of our offices are pet friendly!

#LifeAtCrunchyroll #LI-Hybrid

The Pay Range for this position is listed. Actual pay will vary based on factors including, but not limited to location, experience, and performance. The range listed is just one component of Crunchyroll’s Total Rewards offerings for employees. Other rewards may include performance bonuses, employer matched retirement savings, time-off programs, and progressive health benefits and perks.
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About our Values

We want to be everything for someone rather than something for everyone and we do this by living and modeling our values in all that we do. We value

  • Courage. We believe that when we overcome fear, we enable our best selves.

  • Curiosity. We are curious, which is the gateway to empathy, inclusion, and understanding.

  • Service. We serve our community with humility, enabling joy and belonging for others.

  • Kaizen. We have a growth mindset committed to constant forward progress.

Our commitment to diversity and inclusion

Our mission of helping people belong reflects our commitment to diversity & inclusion. It's just the way we do business.

We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity at Crunchyroll. Pursuant to applicable law, we do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status.

Crunchyroll, LLC is an independently operated joint venture between US-based Sony Pictures Entertainment, and Japan's Aniplex, a subsidiary of Sony Music Entertainment (Japan) Inc., both subsidiaries of Tokyo-based Sony Group Corporation.

Questions about Crunchyroll’s hiring process? Please check out our Hiring FAQs: https://help.crunchyroll.com/hc/en-us/articles/360040471712-Crunchyroll-Hiring-FAQs

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