Senior Frontend Engineer

Tagboard is a distributed B2B SaaS start-up, growing fast and serving the exciting verticals of news, sports, and entertainment. Our platform enables media producers all over the world to create live and interactive stories, with real-time social content and graphics, to be used across broadcast television and connected screens across events (virtual and in-person), venues, web, and mobile. You have likely seen Tagboard in action a million times and didn’t know it- from hundreds of local news stations to national programming on FOX Sports, CNN, NFL Network, and more- producers all over the world are creating award-winning programming using Tagboard.

At Tagboard, you’ll work with a strong team of smart, driven, and fun people who come to work every day passionate about changing the way stories are told, collaborating in our industries with some of the most passionate and creative storytellers in the world. 

Position Summary 

We are looking for a person who brings passion, proven results, a positive attitude, and a general knowledge of the SaaS or social media industry, with a side of media, entertainment, or sports experience (or the ability to learn it, fast). 

You are the right person if you’re a self-starter who’s able to work both autonomously and collaboratively on projects. You find joy in taking a feature spec and turning it into reality. Ultimately, you want to work with talented people, brands and a wide variety of industries to create meaningful experiences that help tell a story. As a Senior Frontend Engineer you will work with the Product and Engineering team, under the Chief Product Officer.

Your Day to Day Journey at Tagboard will provide adventure, excitement, and some of the below: 

  • You have strong proficiency with modern Node.js/JavaScript/CSS/HTML coding, testing, and debugging
  • You are proficient in any of the modern front-end frameworks (Vue 2, React, Angular). We rely primarily on some of the following: Vue, SASS/SCSS, REST APIs, CSS animations, and building scalable and reusable component-based UIs.
  • You have used JIRA, Confluence, Github, Trello, or another system to track, and report out progress on feature work.
  • Care about web technologies, user experience, and design.
  • Ability to organize and structure the code base with experience developing modular and maintainable applications
  • Strong problem-solver, you must be able to put forward multiple design options and iterate to find the most elegant solution
  • You are comfortable working in an agile environment and can challenge yourself and your team to improve their ways of working
  • You have excellent analytical and problem-solving skills, and can communicate your ideas to both technical and non-technical audiences
  • Proud about what you do, and have a high interest in keeping up with current best practices in your areas of expertise.
  • Energetic willingness to roll-up-your-sleeves and do whatever it takes
  • Excellent attention to detail, highly entrepreneurial, creative, open-minded, persistent, and highly collaborative

To succeed, you will likely need these qualifications:

  • 5+ years as a software engineer, particularly with a focus on building and building within scalable frontend architectures
  • Knowledge of, and experience designing with CSS/SASS and CSS animations.
  • A solid foundation in design, color, and layout, and the creativity to build visualizations that stand out.
  • Experience working with sockets and streaming architecture
  • Proud about what you do, and have a high interest in keeping up with current best practices in your areas of expertise.
  • You must be able to put forward technical solutions that are well architected and negotiated to solve problems
  • You are comfortable working in an agile environment and can challenge yourself and your team to improve their ways of working.
  • Energetic willingness to roll-up-your-sleeves and do whatever it takes.
  • Deals well with constant change and high levels of ambiguity (we are a startup!). 
  • Have worked as part of a remote-first engineering team
  • A BS/MS in Computer Science or Engineering is desirable, but not required

And a few perks of working at Tagboard:

  • Competitive salaries based on location and experience & skillset.
  • Work remotely – live and work from wherever you’d like in the US. 
  • Tech Stipend of $100 per month for internet and phone.
  • Summer Half-Day Fridays – From Memorial Day to Labor we take a half-day Friday.
  • 100% Paid Health insurance for all employees and their dependents 
  •  Home office setup – A laptop, monitor, keyboard, mouse!
  • ️ Minimum vacation policy – take at least 2 weeks per year for vacation (we track it to remind you to actually take it off)+ encourage mental and physical wellness days. 
  • Parental Leave- Highly encouraged 12-week flexible leave for all parents; birthing, foster, and adoption. 


Tagboard is proud to be an Equal Employment Opportunity employer. We do not simply accept difference, we celebrate it- we are empowered by it (one of our values is Empowered by Diversity). We do not discriminate based upon race, religion, color, national origin, gender (including pregnancy, childbirth, or related medical conditions), sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, age, status as a protected veteran, status as an individual with a disability, or other applicable legally protected characteristics. All employment is decided on the basis of qualifications, merit, and business need. 


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