Vimeo OTT helps video creators grow thriving video businesses, from small content creators to major media partners. Creators distribute and sell their amazing videos through our customer-branded websites and apps on iPhone, iPad, Apple TV, Android, and Roku. Our core technology is a React and Rails web app through which creators administer multiple video products and viewers watch and pay for videos.

We’re a team that loves to collaborate, encourages curiosity, and celebrates technical excellence. We continuously ship small improvements to help our creators. We believe diversity of perspective and experience are key to building great tech.

What you’ll do:

  • Write clean, well-tested, and performant code for our web platform, using Javascript, React, and Ruby on Rails.
  • Join a cross-functional team where you’ll work with engineers, designers, and product managers to iterate on small, shippable features for Vimeo OTT (e.g. a tip jar for creators, multi-tier video subscriptions).
  • Improve performance, monitoring, alerting, and security for our services.
  • Be an engineering leader for our team: mentor more junior engineers, collaborate on architectural decisions, and drive best practices and standards.
  • Grow as an engineer: collaborate with more senior engineers and get regular feedback and mentoring.

Skills and knowledge you should possess:

  • Experience shipping features by building frontend components and API endpoints.
  • Fluency with popular web languages, e.g., Javascript, Ruby on Rails, Python, PHP, etc.
  • Prioritization of shipping user value and agile experience to help our whole team focus on our users.
  • Empathy while working across teams - we regularly collaborate with peers on non-technical teams
  • Demonstration of high-quality code and automated tests.

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Vimeo (NASDAQ: VMEO) is the world’s leading all-in-one video software solution. Our platform enables any professional, team, and organization to unlock the power of video to create, collaborate and communicate. We proudly serve our growing community of over 260 million users — from creatives to entrepreneurs to the world’s largest companies.

Vimeo is headquartered in New York City with offices around the world. At Vimeo, we believe our impact is greatest when our workforce of passionate, dedicated people, represents our diverse and global community. We’re proud to be an equal opportunity employer where diversity, equity, and inclusion is championed in how we build our products, develop our leaders, and strengthen our culture.

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