Ombud is looking for a Platform Developer who can make an immediate impact building scalable, distributed systems that empower organizations to make intelligent decisions. You will work in the heart of downtown Denver with a small, agile team of developers to deliver new features and improvements to our product. We are looking for experienced and passionate developers who want to make a difference while collaborating in an entrepreneurial, startup environment that prioritizes our team and user community.

What You’ll Do:

  • Explore and prototype new technologies 
  • Build scalable, distributed systems 
  • Build report interfaces and data feeds
  • Write, refine, and ship efficient and scalable code
  • API design, implementation and improvement for use internally and externally by third party applications
  • Contribute to design and development of an incredible user experience 

About You:

  • 6+ years of experience with JavaScript, NodeJS, or production-tested polyglot fluency
  • 4+ years of experience scaling production applications that are used by thousands of users daily
  • Prior experience with both Relational and NoSQL databases, including migrations
  • Experience in API Design, used both internally and externally by third party applications
  • Experience with event logging, analytics, data warehousing, and time series database
  • Aptitude for building scalable, distributed systems
  • Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science or related field

More About You:

  • You think like an architect, but code like a developer
  • You are eager to tackle new and unique challenges
  • You are passionate about exploring and prototyping new technologies
  • You are opinionated but not dogmatic 

Ombud Values IT WAR:

  • Integrity: Total trust in the team; striving for what is good and right
  • Thought Leadership: Mediocrity is not the fail-safe; aptitude and desire to continue learning
  • Willingness: Prompt to act or respond; contribute outside of your job description
  • Ambition: Self-Starter that doesn’t wait for things to happen, Focus and Drive to accomplish something great; relentless pursuit of opportunity
  • Reliability: Perform consistently well; dependable

What Ombud Offers You:

  • A culture that fosters career development and values working together as a team
  • Employee Stock Option Plan – Our employees are owners
  • Full Benefits, including: Healthcare, Dental, Vision, 401(k), Paid Leave, Sabbatical, RTD Eco-Pass
  • Downtown Denver working environment 

About Ombud: Ombud is building an Intelligent Process Automation platform that scales intelligence across global organizations by re-inventing how content is managed, collaboration is orchestrated, and machine learning is applied to streamline sales operations. The Ombud platform is changing how people organize, collaborate and execute their day-to-day workflow while improving their quality of life and organizational efficiency.  Industry innovators such as Nutanix, Kronos, Palo Alto Networks, Zendesk, SendGrid, Ping Identity, Instructure, LogMeIn, HubSpot, Anaplan, and Cloudera use Ombud to create a competitive advantage, increase thought leadership, and grow their businesses.

Ombud is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. All employment decisions at Ombud are based on merit, competence, and business need. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, age, sex, sexual orientation, ancestry, national origin, genetic information, disability, marital status, military service, or any other status protected under federal, state or local law. We are committed to building a diverse team and fostering an inclusive and entrepreneurial work environment.

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