What is Moment House? 

Moment House is an immersive community platform. We help creators across disciplines design, deploy, and monetize live social experiences where their global communities gather. Moments with creators from Justin Bieber, Halsey, and Anderson Paak to Morbid: A true Crime Podcast, Tame Impala, Tiny Meat Gang, Kaytranada, Whitney Cummings, Yuna, and KYGO have connected music, art, podcast, and comedy communities of millions across 168 countries. As a conduit for the community, we're expanding our immersive experiences platform with utility-forward products and features to enable creators to build stronger bonds with their communities in real-time. Born out of USC’s Jimmy Iovine & Dr. Dre Academy with a philosophy rooted in infusing technology, arts, and culture, Moment House was founded in 2019 and is backed by top Silicon Valley investors and the key entertainment industry first-movers.

Job Summary: This is a unique and challenging opportunity to drive a large creator migration from web2 to web3. You will be working with highly-motivated and talented engineers on exciting and complex problems for the industry-leading 3D content website. Our core belief is that the creator economy is going to be migrating, in full, onto web3 and we are going to be the vessel.


  • Experience with building responsive, visual, interactive web-based user interfaces.
  • Work with a fast paced team of designers, developers, and 3D artists to create the new digital frontier.
  • OpenGL/WebGL and managing memory/resources on various devices.
  • Develop responsive cutting-edge visual experiences.
  • Build additional real time interactive features as part of our live streaming platform to help some of our huge creators monetize.
  • Experiment with futuristic mediums in which artists and fans can interact online.


  • A passion for creating reliable applications and a systematic problem-solving approach, coupled with a strong sense of ownership and drive.
  • As an engineer, you may lean to one side of the stack as a frontend design-focused persona, but you are not afraid of getting your hands dirty by jumping into the backend when needed.
  • Expertise in working in partnership with colleagues throughout the firm, and in leading collaborative teams to achieve common goals.
  • Have experience driving tech initiatives/product features from end to end while mentoring more junior engineers.

Education/ Skills:

  • 3+ years of WebGL / three.js experience required
  • 3+ years of hands-on experience with building web products with NextJS / React  / Typescript


  • Unlimited PTO
  • Flexible work arrangements
  • Excellent medical benefits (100% of employee premiums covered and generous dependent coverage)
  • 401k Administration
  • Equity for employees


If your experience and qualifications match our current needs, a member of our team will contact you. We look forward to hearing from you!

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