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We know it’s not always easy to find great jobs. That’s why we created The Muse—a peek into some of the most inspiring places to work across the country. And each week, we’ll be bringing you a round-up of great jobs to apply for from those organizations.
This week, check out a selection of engineering jobs. From SF to NYC, from just-launched startups to powerhouses like Intel, browse these open positions (or check out all of our companies that are hiring on The Muse!).
Scopely, Los Angeles
Help build an analytics platform for the business that’s analyzing millions of turns and games happening every day across its multiple popular titles. Get ready to corral, organize, segment, slice, and dice large swaths of data.
Ooyala, Silicon Valley
Do you want to be part of an elite team using cutting-edge technology to change the way people interact with video across the online world? Ooyala is hiring an innovative engineer to build the next generation of its video processing platform.
Intel, Hillsboro, Oregon
Join Intel’s Mobile Communications team to analyze and solve critical technical issues during the bring-up of its next generation mobile phone platform.
Apportable, San Francisco
Apportable makes it possible to port iOS games to Android, so they’re accessible to Android phone users. And it’s looking for inventive, passionate engineers who want to take on the challenge of cross-compilation on iOS, Android, and other mobile platforms.
MobileIron, Silicon Valley
MobileIron is looking for an experienced engineer to help build its architecture for securing applications. You should have a deep understanding of kernels, binary layouts, and assembly as well as experience with C and C++. Prior experience in low-level systems design and development is essential.
Front End Developer
Boxfish, Silicon Valley
Bread, San Francisco
Bread is looking for a software engineer to design, implement, and deploy mission critical features that pertain to all aspects of the company. Your key focuses will include data structure design, algorithms, and computational complexities.
Hipmunk, San Francisco
Are you an engineer with people skills? In this position, you’ll manage Hipmunk’s 15-person Engineering team and help to expand it. You’ll synchronize the team’s efforts with the Marketing and Business Development teams and review code prior to development.
PagerDuty, San Francisco
PagerDuty is looking for an engineer to help it maintain stability and performance—and outstanding uptime record—as it continues to scale out its systems. You, a seasoned ops expert, will have the ability to shape the operations management and decisions on developer tools.
Edgecast, Los Angeles
Help Edgecast main its 24/7/365 real-time network vigilance. In this role, you’ll monitor all of the global Edgecast servers, applications, network devices, and connections, and you’ll work with the Systems and Network Administration teams to quickly resolve complex issues as they arise.