Job Title: Sr. Full-Stack Software Engineer

Dept: Engineering

About Us

Digital Trends, the largest independent premium technology publisher in the world, is an award-winning multimedia brand that guides consumers to the best products and services available today — and uncovers the innovations that will shape their lives tomorrow. With more than 6 million social followers and a website that reaches 30 million worldwide, the brand interacts with more than 100 million people per month.

Who We’re Looking For

An accomplished full-stack developer to partner with our commerce strategists, data specialists, marketing and creative professionals to grow our technology vision and bring new data products to market.

As a member of a small team, you’ll be focused on developing essential commerce and content distribution systems. Additionally, you’ll instrument analytics tools, providing guidance around stack decisions, investigating vendor integrations, working with the engineering team on architectural designs, and thinking of creative ways to gain insights about our audience and content.

What You’ll Need

  • Development skills and software design fundamentals
  • 5+ years experience designing web applications
  • Friendly & collaborative interpersonal style with effective written and verbal communication skills

Stuff We’d Like

  • JavaScript (ES6+), Node.js ecosystem expertise
  • React development experience
  • GraphQL knowledge
  • Working knowledge of bash and Linux/Unix environments
  • Git competency, familiarity with GitHub
  • Understanding of RDBMS/NoSQL and database design fundamentals
  • Prior exposure to AWS, ECS, Lambda, and serverless workflows

What We Offer

Exceptional benefits package including:

  • Stellar Medical, Dental and Vision coverage
  • Life and AD&D Insurance
  • Company-paid Short and Long-term Disability
  • 401k matching up to 3.5%
  • Commuter Transit and Parking Benefits
  • Paid Parental Leave
  • Paid sabbatical leave after 5 years of employment
  • Company paid annual Tri-Met commuter transit pass (PDX)
  • Free membership to gym within building (PDX)

Office amenities:

  • Full kitchen with beer (kegs rotate monthly) and kombucha on tap
  • Espresso machines
  • Free drinks and healthy snack options
  • Foosball & ping pong tables
  • Big-screen TVs
  • Bike racks
  • In-office shower, laundry

As an equal opportunity employer, Digital Trends encourages, honors, and values diversity. Our goal is to create a culture of inclusion. We are committed to fostering a positive multigenerational and multicultural workforce by supporting inclusion in all forms, both within our company and across interactions with our audience, clients, and candidates.

 

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