Why Pandologic?

Our product works, know why? You came here because of our code. What we do every day is grounded in helping millions of job seekers find the right job at the right time and it’s all because we use cool tech, really cool tech, using a balance of legacy code, AI, Machine Learning and then applying it to the job search. We are big data, powering the future of work and we’re built on the fundamentals that you can be daring, be scrappy and be heard at PandoLogic.

What you’ll be doing:

As a Full Stack Engineer, you’ll bring technical mastery and the power of ideas into developing our platform

If you are you’re someone who: Improves design, develops new features, fixes existing architecture and improves code quality and production through agile methodologies and processes Tackles big problems and feels comfortable to raise ideas Collaborates, working collectively and independently to impact in the systems we use Is passionate about implementing software configurations and articulating best practices

Then this is the place for you. Your work here helps people find jobs, your work here helps employers fulfill their orders, and your work here single handedly evolves the future of work.

Expertise we’re looking for:

· 4+ yrs. hands-on experience developing rich & large-scale web applications architecture

· 4+ yrs. of proficiency & experience in .NET CORE , .NET Framework coding in C#

· 2+ yrs. hands-on experience in ReactJS - MUST, Vanilla JavaScript, HTML, CSS, responsive UI & Cross Browsers

· Good hands-on experience in micro services architecture

· Good experience in programming practice (OOP, Design Patterns)

· Experience with RESTful APIs, WCF

· Experience working with databases (Relational and NoSQL) MSSQL, Elastic search

· Experience with Development tools VS 17/19, VS Code, AzureDevOps, GIT

· Good experience in Unit/ E2E testing methodologies & frameworks

· Knowledge in AWS services e.g. API Gateway & Lambda functions - Advanced

 

PandoLogic has been acquired by Veritone Inc. (NASDAQ: VERI), a provider of an operating system for artificial intelligence.

We were sought out by Veritone for our AI – our belief in it and our commitment to it – by a company that is focused on using AI for good. To build a safer, more vibrant, transparent, and empowered society. 

Veritone is supporting our destiny, keeping our team intact, and honoring our roadmap – this is an incredible growth opportunity. 

As a wholly-owned subsidiary of Veritone, there are no material changes expected for employees and customers.

Integration with their platform will reinforce our tech backbone and allow us to bring trillions of data points – from all sorts of agnostic sources – together to create insights that will power the workforce of the future. 

PandoLogic is committed to providing equal opportunity employment to all individuals regardless of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, citizenship, national origin, disability, veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.

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