"The front page of the internet,” Reddit brings over 430 million people together each month through their common interests, inviting them to share, vote, comment, and create across thousands of communities. Come for the cats, stay for the empathy.

Ads is often the most data-heavy, latency sensitive and technically demanding part of any online business. Our Ads Billing and Payments engineers work on a wide team charter, from the front-end tools for managing advertiser account states to back-end platforms for payment processing and invoice distribution. 

Ads Billing and Payments is looking for an experienced full-stack engineer that wants to tackle fraud and assess traffic quality. We want an engineer that ensures we find every quarter under the proverbial internet couch cushion. You should be comfortable owning cross-functional communications and representing the Ads-eng org to other departments. We are looking for an engineer that has a proven track record of building products across the entire stack.

If you appreciate real technical challenges and you'd like to be part of the team that turns Reddit into a sustainable, long-term business, come join us!

Responsibilities:

  • Create and maintain user-facing features as well as back-end services
  • Create tools for our sales and ad ops teams to manage high-quality advertisers
  • Build billing pipelines for collecting and reporting on revenue, including anti-fraud capabilities
  • Interface with sales, ad ops, and finance to develop engineering solutions to company problems

Qualifications:

  • 5+ years of relevant experience
  • Front-end experience with Javascript/React
  • Software development experience in one or more general-purpose programming languages (e.g. Python, Java, Go)
  • Able to take complete ownership of a feature or project, from inception to implementation
  • An interest in the advertising business and understanding customer needs

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