About Wurl, LLC.

Wurl is a global streaming network. Our B2B services provide streamers, content companies, and advertisers with a powerful, integrated network to distribute and monetize streaming television reaching hundreds of million of connected televisions in over 50 countries.  This year Wurl was acquired by AppLovin (Nasdaq: APP), an industry-leading mobile marketing ad tech company, bringing together the technology and innovation of the mobile and television industries.  With the merger, Wurl employees enjoy the best of both worlds: the dynamic environment of a 160+ person start-up and the stability of a high-growth public tech company.  

Wurl is a fully-remote company that has been recognized for the second year in a row as a Great Place to Work.  Wurl invests in providing a culture that fosters passion, drives excellence, and encourages collaboration to drive innovation. We hire the world’s best to build a bunch of cool stuff on an interface fully integrated with their own from streaming, advertising and software technology to continue to help us disrupt the way the world watches television. 

 

Full Stack Engineer

In this role, you will be a key member of the Wurl engineering team that’s building and maintaining the systems responsible for transcoding and storage of video content for all of Wurl’s streaming and VOD channel deliveries. Challenges of this position include creating video renditions at scale, managing auxiliary files (images, closed captions etc.), defining and implementing media retention policies, and maintaining a high standard of quality control for all incoming and generated media.

What You'll Do

  • Shape and revolutionize the future of streaming TV
  • Build innovative, market-leading technologies to help content companies and streamers succeed
  • Participate in a 100% open environment where everyone is encouraged to share ideas, big and small
  • Learn and grow in a rapidly accelerating industry 

Qualifications

  • 3 years of complete software lifecycle experience, including design, architecture, and implementation of software features
  • 1 year of experience writing and testing dynamic, modern Javascript and Ruby on Rails applications
  • 1 year of production experience with JavaScript frameworks such as React
  • Experience with JSON API-level interface, and GraphQL
  • Experience with RBDMS and SQL, Postgres
  • Experience using modern web technologies and network transports (WebSockets, Redis)
  • Experience working with AWS services - EC2, Lambda, RDS, S3, SQS/SNS
  • Experience with syndication of data to and from third parties via XML/JSON
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills, including documenting software design and process
  • Working knowledge of software engineering design principles and processes, including Test Driven Development
  • Working knowledge of engineering fundamentals and best-practices such as git-flow, pull requests, code reviews, SLAs
  • Experience with Agile Scrum

A Plus if You Have

    • Experience using client-side state management tools like Redux and Apollo Client
    • An understanding of the W3C Media Source Extensions and the video tag
    • Knowledge of video delivery standards (HLS, MP4, RTMP, DASH, MRSS, MP-TS, RTMP)

What We Offer

  • Competitive Salary
  • Strong Medical, Dental and Vision Benefits, 90% paid by Wurl 
  • Remote First Policy 
  • Flexible Time Off 
  • 12 US Holidays 
  • 401(k) Matching
  • Pre-Tax Savings Plans, HSA & FSA
  • Ginger, Aaptiv and Headspace Subscriptions for Mental and Physical Wellness
  • OneMedical Subscription for 24/7 Convenient Medical Care
  • Paid Maternity and Parental Leave for All Family Additions
  • Discounted PetPlan 
  • Easy at Home Access to Covid Testing with empowerDX 
  • $1k Work From Home Stipend to Set Up Your Home Office 

 

Few companies allow you to thrive like you will at Wurl. You will have the opportunity to collaborate with the industry’s brightest minds and most innovative thinkers. You will enjoy ongoing mentorship, team collaboration and you will understand what we mean by ‘human connection”.  You will be proud to say you're a part of the company revolutionizing TV.

At Wurl, we value work-life harmony and believe that family and mental health should always come first.  Our team is fiercely passionate and contagiously enthusiastic about what we are building.  While we are seeking those who know our industry, there is no perfect candidate and we want to encourage you to apply even if you do not meet all requirements.

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