Meebo is looking for a bright, fun, dedicated software engineer who's interested in supporting a growing revenue team, loves a good challenge, and wants to learn about how advertising operations works from the inside out. In this role, you will be responsible for implementing and maintaining critical tools that support the ongoing adops infrastructure, ranging from content acquisition to ad inventory management. As a developer on the ads team, you'll be exposed to many business functions and you'll support and develop tools and systems to streamline the entire process. Our team is fun, friendly, and willing to work really hard to meet our goals. We love a great user experience, internal and external.
- Work with ads team to create and maintain mission critical support tools - Work closely with Sales and Marketing teams to elicit feedback from partners - Design and implement partner facing tools - Participate in product meetings to determine necessary systems - Scale and optimize with a growing revenue stream - Interface with both server and client side teams to leverage existing tools
*What you will need:*
- 3-5+ years of software engineering experience in Linux/Unix - BS, MS in Computer Science (or equivalent) - Strong expertise in Python, Perl, php, or other scripting languages - Knowledge of Django, PIG a plus - Database experience a plus - Ability to work with technical and non-technical teams, in an extremely fast-paced environment - Strong UI design sense with the ability to adapt, take critical feedback, and execute quickly on tasks
- Experience working with large scale systems - Experience working with ad ops industry tools such as: Doubleclick, Atlas, 24/7, Salesforce, Dart Sales Manager, Solbright, Operative
If at all interested OR know someone who might be interested please reply here Kiko@meebo-inc.com.
Kiko Griffin email@example.com
On 5/13/2010 7:26 PM, Kiko Griffin wrote:
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