About WideOrbit:

WideOrbit is the technology platform for connecting audiences and ads, everywhere. We simplify ad transactions by focusing on innovation, customer delight, and value creation. Chances are if there’s an ad on your local TV or radio station, we helped put it there. Our customers include NBCUniversal, AMC Networks, Entercom Communications, Tribune Media, Gray Television, TEGNA, and many other top media companies around the world.

WideOrbiters are truly empowered to innovate at every level, in every function.  We hire high energy activators, that aren't afraid to leverage their passion and expertise.  And we're agile, which means you can make a difference with your career, while learning, growing and having fun!

Job Description:

WideOrbit is looking for a talented Senior Software Engineer to architect, design, and develop core areas and features for WO Programmatic TV. At WideOrbit, every engineer plays a critical part of the design and implementation and enjoys working on very big, complex applications with major media clients. This is an excellent opportunity to work with a team of talented, friendly engineers and help take our advanced, scalable development and deployment infrastructure to the next level, transforming the future of media and advertising.

WO Programmatic TV directly connects ad buyers with our TV clients, resulting in a streamlined, end to end workflow for everyone involved in the media buying process. In this role you will be working on the Platform APIs and databases that support our cloud-based applications and synchronize data with hundreds of on-premise broadcaster databases.

 Here is what you’ll be doing:

  • Design, develop and test new features for the WO Programmatic product suite
  • Build high performance, cloud-based, distributed API’s
  • Improve current architecture and design to meet ever increasing demand on performance and scalability
  • Partner with product management, QA and documentation to deliver high quality, complete software releases
  • Collaborate with support and project teams to maintain and improve WideOrbit software to meet current customer and project needs

 Here is what we’re looking for:

  • BS or MS in Computer Science, Information Science, Engineering, or related field
  • 5+ years of experience in C#, Java or related OOP language
  • 3+ years of experience with Transact-SQL programming and RDBMS (MS SQL Server, My SQL, etc.)
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Experience writing code for multi-threaded server environments
  • Strong OO design skills
  • Good algorithmic skills and experience applying design patterns to both new and existing code
  • Willingness to thoroughly unit test and debug complex code that you, or others, may write.
  • Experience with one of the major cloud platforms (Google Cloud Platform, Azure or AWS) is a plus
  • Experience in cloud storage architecture a plus
  • Experience with other programming tools, languages and protocols a plus

Location:

This position will be based in our Lynnwood, WA office.  

Compensation, Benefits and Perks:

Besides a competitive salary and great work environment, here are some of our additional benefits and perks:

Health insurance, 401(k) match, options, sabbatical leaves, great vacation package, work/life balance, life event benefits, casual work attire, snacks and coffee in the café, and plenty of opportunities to grow! 

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