Mux is building the future of online video infrastructure. We started off by building Mux Data, a best-in-class performance analytics tool that’s trusted by developers at companies like PBS, Vimeo, and the CBSi. Billions of monitored streams later, we launched Mux Video, a simple API to video hosting, encoding, and streaming. Take any video file or live stream and make it play beautifully at scale on any device, powered by magical-feeling features like automatic thumbnails, animated gifs, and data-driven encoding decisions. 

About the Role 

This an exciting opportunity to join as the first dedicated recruiting hire. As a Mux ambassador, you’ll have the opportunity to make a massive impact on the growth and culture of the organization. Mux has built a strong foundation in a deeply technical team, recruiting top engineers from places like Youtube and Twitch. You will continue to build on that foundation by establishing a world class recruiting function.

What you’ll do:

  • Proactively build our technical candidate pipeline and facilitate our hiring process through coordination, sourcing, and full-cycle recruitment
  • Influence hiring managers and leadership to ensure alignment throughout the recruiting process
  • Own the candidate experience process and be a Mux ambassador
  • Report regularly on recruiting metrics and communicate effectively to leadership
  • Participate in design and implementation of recruiting programs
  • Build out a team of top recruiters

Who you are:

  • You have strong interpersonal communication skills and and can communicate clearly with all stakeholders, internal and external
  • You have aptitude for digesting and effectively communicating technical concepts across audiences of varying technical ability
  • You are a team player with an eye for talent who loves connecting people and opportunities
  • You’re passionate about video technology or curious to learn about video technology
  • You have 3+ years experience in a technical recruiting role scaling a small, fast-growing technical team
  • You have implemented a data-driven recruiting strategy, ideally using Greenhouse or a similar ATS system

Our founders previously started (and sold) Zencoder, an early leader in cloud video technology and one of the few companies in the video space to focus on developer customers. We were named one of the best Y Combinator startups of 2016 and recently raised a Series A from Accel, who joined existing investors SV Angel, Lowercase Capital, and others. You’ll market a product that customers love, like PBS, Funny or Die, IGN, Livestream, and Wistia. You’ll work with an amazing team from places like Google, Facebook, Twitch and Brightcove. 

  • A supportive culture that cares about both excellent work and work-life balance
  • Salary + equity with perks like a 10-year exercise window
  • Competitive health, dental, and vision insurance (99% employee and 50% dependent premium coverage)
  • Commuter benefits
  • 401(k)
  • Cell phone service and device reimbursements
  • Catered lunches, snacks, and good coffee
  • Paid parental leave
  • Flex PTO policy
  • Long-term disability insurance
  • Investment in career growth and training

LOCATION: SAN FRANCISCO
We're working in a beautiful office space, just steps from Civic Center BART station, with catered lunches and a kitchen that's fully stocked with drinks and snacks (No remote options at this time).

Mux is an equal opportunity employer and values diversity at our company. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status or disability status.

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