About fuboTV:

fuboTV is the world’s only sports-focused live streaming TV service with top leagues and teams, plus popular shows, movies and news for the entire household. We have 100+ live TV channels, including the FOX, NBC, CBS, ABC and Disney broadcast catalogs, plus Showtime, AMC…and thousands of on-demand titles! fuboTV can be accessed on multiple platforms, including Web, Android, iOS, tvOS, Fire TV, Android TV, Roku, XBox, smart TV's and Chromecast.

We’re rapidly growing — in employees, subscribers and our content offerings. Which means we need your help taking us to the next level. 

fuboTV is committed to excellence through diversity, which involves attracting talented people from diverse backgrounds and traditions. We encourage everyone to apply.

About the Role:

fuboTV is looking for exceptional Backend Software Engineers with a passion for crafting simple systems that solve complex problems.

As a Software Engineer on our Backend Services Team, you will get to build highly-available systems, ingest troves of data, and help power our cutting edge experiences on Android, iOS, Web, Roku, and Xbox. fuboTV's backend team has a unique opportunity to build and continuously improve greenfield services.

We are looking for Software Engineers who care about code quality, uptime, performance, continuous deployment, SOLID design principles, test-driven development, and agile (with a lowercase “a”) methodologies.

Our tech stack:

  • Go/Golang with govendor
  • Docker and Kubernetes
  • Redis, and PostgreSQL

fuboTV Software Engineers have the following responsibilities:

  • Architect, design, develop, test, maintain and improve software systems
  • Collaborate with other engineers and members of the fuboTV team to determine priorities and best practices, and refine functional requirements

All fuboTV Backend Software Engineers must:

  • Have 4+ years of experience in delivering working software
  • Write clean, well-tested code
  • Be familiar with REST APIs and SQL
  • Have mastery of at least one modern backend stack, with a willingness to learn new technologies and methodologies
  • Have an interest or experience in Go, message queues, and/or microservices
  • Requires at least a Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Science, Engineering, Information Technology, Management Information Systems (MIS), Computer Information Systems (CIS) or related field or equivalent as determined by a professional credentials evaluation.

The ideal candidate will also:

  • Enjoy working in a fast-moving startup environment in which individual contributors are trusted and depended upon to set technical direction
  • Believe that work-life balance is a characteristic of highly functioning engineering teams
  • Enjoy learning new things and sharing knowledge with coworkers
  • Take the initiative in identifying and removing roadblocks
  • Be a pleasure to work with in a professional environment
  • Be comfortable giving and receiving honest feedback
  • Be unafraid of failure
  • Enjoy disrupting the status quo

Perks & Benefits:

  • fuboTV provides a highly competitive compensation based on experience and market standards.
  • Robust benefits package including stock options, Health/Dental/Vision coverage sponsored up to 100% for employees, 401k, Life Insurance, and commuter benefits
  • Free Premium fuboTV Account
  • Health and Wellness initiatives including discounts on Gym Memberships.
  • Unlimited PTO days and regular company-wide activities.
  • All day free snacks and beverages
  • fuboTV is an e-verified company

 

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