Interested in working at Hudl? Awesome.

Here’s what you need to know. Our goal is to change the way coaches, athletes and analysts prepare for and stay ahead of the competition. Whether it’s with video, stats or a combination of the two, we want our tools to help every step of the way. That’s why we’re always hiring—we need the best because a product is only as good as the people behind it.

We are looking for a full-stack Software Engineer to join Hudl. Examples of projects include creating tools to help athletes get recruited, giving teams the video they need, when they need it by leveraging our global library of sports video, and building the future of Hudl’s team communication tools.

You

  • Have experience coding at all levels of a web-app stack: from the front-end JavaScript all the way down to the database. You’ll likely be working with technologies like React, C# and ASP.NET MVC, MongoDB, and a number of AWS services.
  • Translate real-world problems into elegant code solutions. 
  • Understand the balancing act between crafting a robust, lasting solution and banging something out right now. 
  • Are excited to have your work used by real people to solve real problems.
  • Hate the idea of being a cog in the machine—you want to own your features.
  • Have a passion for code. You take pride in your Stack Overflow reputation, side projects, or open source contributions.

We

  • Believe culture matters more than anything else.
  • Are a team of nerds, designers, marketers, and former athletes who love sports and tech.
  • Have a profitable, high performance product that is changing coaches’ and athletes’ lives globally
  • Are fans of rapid iteration. We average a dozen pushes to production each day.
  • Are as passionate about winning as the coaches we serve.

We Will

  • Treat you like an adult. It’s all about a healthy work-life balance. We’ll trust you to get work done and take a break when you need it. (Hello, unlimited vacation policy!)
  • Give you what you need. We’ll supply the environment and tools for success, allowing you to focus on professional growth and career development.  
  • Challenge you. You'll be surrounded by people equally committed to the company's success, allowing for constant collaboration.

Diversity at Hudl

Hudl is an equal opportunity employer.  We understand the power of diverse teams, celebrate differences and champion inclusion.

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