Software Engineer in California, United States | Full Time Careers



Founded in 2013, Iterable is the growing marketing platform that enables brands to create, execute and optimize cross-channel campaigns with unparalleled data flexibility and powers world-class customer engagement throughout the entire lifecycle. Powered by the same technologies that propelled leaders like Twitter and Facebook, Iterable is building tools for growth marketers wishing to captivate customers with messaging that matters when it matters.


Expires on 2019-01-20

Job Type Full Time Experience Needed N/A

Software Engineer

Iterable is looking for a Software Engineer in California, United States. If you meet the requirements below, you will be eligible to apply via Digital Marketing Community.

Job Responsibilities:

  • Own the front-end and back-end of the product with a huge amount of autonomy.
  • Create and design new modular, reusable components and features.
  • Recognize and resolve performance bottlenecks and front-end performance issues.
  • Associate in code reviews and ship code on daily basis.
  • Cooperate with a small and nimble team of engineers.

Job Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s degree in computer science or equivalent experience.
  • Expert knowledge of AngularJS.
  • Deep knowledge of JavaScript, HTML, and/or CSS.
  • Effective experience with server-side MVC web frameworks.
  • Proficient experience in Scala and/or Java.
  • Familiarity with the AWS stack.
  • Proven track record in dealing with Elasticsearch.
  • Demonstrated understanding of Redis, Postgres, and RabbitMQ.
  • Strong skills in functional programming and the JVM.
  • Sound experience in Bash scripting and Unix-based systems.
  • Solid knowledge of working on a large-scale production web application.
  • Outstanding skills in common JS libraries and modern build tools.
  • Passion for learning and always improving yourself and the team around you.
  • Proven experience with testing frameworks (Selenium, Protractor, or Karma).
  • Great skills with web applications, databases, distributed systems, and statistics.

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