SoundHound is creating and productizing transformative technologies that improve life. Join us.

After amassing a global user community well over 265 million strong, a large portfolio of core technologies and award winning products....we're just getting started. 

At SoundHound we value creativity, innovation, hard work, open communication and fast iteration, which allow us to act on valuable feedback from employees and users alike. SoundHound's culture is one of impromptu coffee breaks, less-impromptu fitness sessions, group lunches, and weekly happy hours. 
We offer a competitive salary, SoundHound stock options, unique camaraderie, catered lunches, and the opportunity to call a company home that's simultaneously changing the way we discover music AND interact with machines. Yep, it's that cool.

About You:
  • Your dream job involves building/owning the systems that improve the lives of millions of users every day.
  • You are passionate about building a user experience that is innovative and delightful.
  • You love writing code, reviewing code, deprecating code, and mentoring other engineers.
  • You are detail-oriented — you notice subtle UI/UX issues and are care enough to go to the effort of fixing them.
  • You are interested in the front-end space and stay abreast of the latest developments.
  • You are a fast learner with strong software development skills, enabling you to meet aggressive deadlines while producing scalable and maintainable systems.
  • You can operate independently but are not afraid to seek help when you need it.
  • Bonus: You have a GitHub profile and have contributed to, or created open source projects.
Responsibilities:
  • Play a central role in the rapid development and launch of a game changing product
  • Play a key role in the design process by providing rapid prototypes to the team absent of complete requirements
  • Collaborate with the product team, UX team, and server-side developers to develop compelling and delightful user experiences
  • Be an effective communicator and work cross functionally with teams 
  • Provide mentorship, leadership and guidance on design and technology decisions 
Requirements:
  • 4+ years of experience in HTML, CSS, Javascript, and version control (eg. Git) 
  • 3+ years of experience with the latest web frameworks and libraries such as NodeJS, Express, React, Redux, and SASS
  • Knowledge of relational databases such as MySQL, as well as NoSQL databases 
  • Comfortable with high levels of responsibility and ownership
  • Experience integrating with REST and service-based architectures
Should Haves:
  • Side projects and interests that demonstrate your technical knowledge and highlight your interests.
  • A GitHub profile 
  • Product focused with an eye for UI/UX 
  • Fluent in Unix environment
  • Interest in music and audio recognition

To Apply:

Please send your CV along with either: 

  • A link to your application or personal project you worked on, OR 
  • Link us to a web application you love using and why 

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