Who we are

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. We collaborate daily, across industries, with some of the most passionate and creative storytellers in the world.

 

About the role

At Tagboard, we build a first-class cloud production platform for interactive live programming. We are looking for an experienced Full Stack Engineer to join our team.  Our platform is built with Vue on the frontend; Node, MongoDB and Elasticsearch on the server. This is an opportunity to contribute to, and grow with, the evolution of our product. This role will play a critical part in the core engineering of new features as well as maintenance of our platform.  As a Full Stack Engineer, you will work with the Product and Engineering team and report directly to the VP of Engineering as an early team member.



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

  • Build a first-class cloud production platform, used for interactive live programming and seen by millions of people.
  • Turn product requirements and designs into high quality scalable working products.
  • Build large-scale real-time data pipelines with data processing and supporting APIs
  • Build, automate, maintain, scale, and monitor user-facing systems using best practices, with reliability and scalability in mind.
  • Integrate with leading social networks and solve large data processing problems.
  • Collaborate directly with product, design and client success teams.



To succeed, you will need most of these qualifications:

  • You have at least four  years of relevant software development experience. 
  • You’ve got strong JavaScript skills, experience with Vue.js or similar frameworks, knowledge of API best practices, and excellent CSS/SCSS skills. 
  • Experience working with Node, MongoDB, Redis and Elasticsearch.
  • Experienced in the architecture and design (patterns, reliability, scalability, quality) of microservice and cloud infrastructure
  • Solid understanding of web application development patterns and approaches for large scale applications
  • Deals well with constant change and high levels of ambiguity (we are a startup!) 

 

It would be even greater if you have

  • Experience with AWS.  We use DynamoDB, SQS, Redshift, and OpenSearch.



Travel expectation - Even though we are a remote company we value our time together in person and have the wonderful opportunity to gather twice per year; once with your team and once with the entire company.  The locations always change and they are always phenomenal!  Attending gathering events are a requirement for each team member at Tagboard.



And a few perks of working at Tagboard:

  • Competitive salaries based on major metropolitan markets
  • 4% 401k matching
  • Yearly discretionary bonus
  • Tech Stipend of $100 per month for internet and phone.
  • Summer Fridays Off – From Memorial Day to Labor Day we take Fridays off!
  • 100% Paid Health insurance for all employees and their dependents
  • One time home office set up allowance of $2000
  • Learning and development stipend of $1500
  • Minimum vacation policy – take at least 2 weeks per year for vacation (we track it to remind you to actually take it off) and encourage mental and physical wellness days.
  • Parental Leave- Highly encouraged 12-week flexible, and fully paid, 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.

 

If you need assistance or accommodation due to a disability, you may contact us at jobs@tagboard.com or you may call us at +1-425-522-4484.

 

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