Paciolan is the #1 primary ticketing company in college athletics, and the #2 largest primary ticketing provider in the US including performing arts, arenas, and professional sports. As a leader in ticketing, fundraising, marketing, analytics, and technology solutions, we power more than 500 live entertainment organizations, selling over 120 million tickets a year.


 

We are the trusted technology partner for College Athletics Power Five Conferences and world-famous venues in the arena and performing arts verticals. We revel in waking up every day to solve the industry’s most complex problems with innovation that makes every live event memorable for over 120M people.

Our checkout system provides fans with a delightful, frictionless purchase experience. From quickly securing the seats you want to having the NFC-enabled mobile passes in your wallet, every click, every interaction could affect the conversion rate. Your goal is to improve the purchase experience in order to increase the conversion rate. This is just one example of what you could be working on.

You’ll be partnering with Product to create solutions so our fans enjoy a seamless, delightful experience for both consumers of enterprise and e-commerce applications from designing and solving for setting up events intuitively and providing seamless experience for buying a ticket to attending an event. We move fast and ship code to production daily. So, we rely on you to make decisions that can have a massive impact on the outcome. You’ll get to own the end-to-end development and operation of the systems under your team’s domain.

 

What you'll do

  • Ship code to production in your first week
  • Leverage our paved road to ship faster and apply it to your day-to-day work
  • Collaborate with product, UI/UX, customer success, and fellow engineers to come up with solutions that meet the desired outcomes
  • Contribute ideas, research solutions and write Request For Comments (RFCs) to gather feedback
  • Decide how to implement a solution based on tradeoffs
  • Master your domain and resolve incident responses independently
  • Develop insight based on analytics and suggest improvements
  • Mentor and help team members outgrow their current role


What you’ll bring

  • Experience leading architecture discussions and dive deep to solve challenging problems
  • Experience building something you’re proud of in your favorite language
  • A deep desire to build something impactful and think like a founder
  • The courage to live in the future, dream big, and learn from failures
  • An insatiable curiosity to learn how things work and ask why
  • A willingness to seek and give feedback and grow beyond your comfort zone
  • Critical thinking to challenge the status quo


On our paved road


Java, Nodejs, React, React native, Next, Typescript, Terraform, Redis, Confluent Kafka, SNS, SQS, PinPoint, MySQL, AWS-RDS, Cassandra, DynamoDB, ElasticSearch, Kubernetes, Lambda, CloudFront, Cypress, k6, Gatling, nightwatch, Configuration Management (zookeeper)


How we chill


At Pac, we move at a fast pace but we are big believers in enjoying our environment and coworkers while at work. Your health is important to us. Join the running club or yoga class. Play ping-pong or basketball. Grab your espresso drink and go sit with your team in the breakroom. Step outside of our breakroom to go to restaurants, the gym, and the sand volleyball court.


The approximate base pay range for this position is $135,000 to $155,000. Please note that the pay range provided is a good faith estimate for the position at the time of posting.  Actual compensation may vary based on factors including but not limited to job-related knowledge, skills, and experience as well as geographic location.


Learfield offers a full spectrum of benefits for eligible employees including Medical, Dental, Vision, Health Savings Account, Life Insurance, Disability and Other Insurance Plans, Flexible Paid Time Off (including Parental Leave), Paid Holidays, 401(k), and Short/Long Term Disability.

All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, protected veteran status, or disability status. Learfield is an Equal Opportunity Employer: Female / Minority / Disability / Protected Veteran / Sexual Orientation / Gender Identity

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