Mavrck empowers the world’s biggest brands to rise above the noise on social networks through content consumers trust. With Mavrck, brands harness the power of digital word-of-mouth marketing by tapping into their most valuable asset: existing customers with relevant social influence.

Our patented all-in-one influencer marketing platform discovers and activates thousands of influential customers to create, amplify or submit branded content that is 7x more effective than a brand posting or buying ads on a social network.

As word of mouth marketing continues to be one of the top initiatives of CMO's, so does our need for engineers! We are a growth-stage startup looking for an enthusiastic problem-solver who is genuinely excited to support our team in their efforts to connect customers with our software. If this sounds like you, come make an impact at Mavrck and most importantly, have fun while you're doing it!

In this role, you'll get to:

  • Collaborate with product managers, designers, and other stakeholders throughout the software development life cycle
  • Define problems, document research, and scope alternative solutions, including estimations of engineering cost and impact for each
  • Write efficient, readable, tested code in modular monolithic and micro-services architectures using industry standards / best practices
  • Maintain, troubleshoot, and upgrade existing applications using monitoring, observability, and testing tools
  • Deploy code and modify databases using CI/CD pipeline and migration tools

Mavrck is committed to building an inclusive, supportive place for you to do the best and most rewarding work of your career. If you identify with any of the following, we encourage you to apply!

  • Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science or a related technical field, certificate from a reputable software development program, or proven experience developing sophisticated software projects
  • Competence in at least 1 modern programming language for web applications: JavaScript (TypeScript), Java (Kotlin), Python, Go, C#, C
  • Experience developing or knowledge of web application development
  • Experience developing a relational database with SQL.
  • Experience developing a non-relational database is a bonus
  • Knowledge of Functional and Object-Oriented Programming principles
  • Basic knowledge of algorithmic complexity

Some perks of being on our Squad include... 

  • Remote Work: We acknowledge (now more than ever) that you do not need to be in an office or at a desk to be successful - and we provide a stipend to ensure that your WFH set up is comfortable!
  • Unlimited PTO: To further support freedom and flexibility, we want you to take the time off when you want or need it to best recharge! 
  • Flex-Fridays: Summer Fridays are year long at Mavrck. Catch up on emails on Friday afternoons or start your weekend early - the time is yours!
  • Paid Parental Leave: Take up to 12 weeks paid leave when a little one joins the family! 
  • Ongoing Learning: Growth is a big reason people join Mavrck and a core tenet of our culture, so we provide access to a variety of Learning and Development options, like online courses or coaching - and support you pursuing ones that you are passionate about!  
  • We Care: 401k, Health, Dental, Vision, Long Term and Short Term disability are part of a comprehensive benefits package
  • Fun, Pet-Friendly Environment: When we’re in the office, music, jeans and t-shirts are the norm - and office dogs!!
  • Yummy Food: Healthy snacks are always provided, and each Wednesday we enjoy catered lunches as a team.

 

Mavrck is proud to be an equal opportunity workplace and is an affirmative action employer. We are committed to equal employment opportunity regardless of race, color, ancestry, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, age, citizenship, marital status, disability, gender identity or Veteran status. We also consider qualified applicants regardless of criminal histories, consistent with legal requirements. If you have a disability or special need that requires accommodation, please let us know by completing the form below.

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