Looking for a new gig? Or, just want to do some window shopping?
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 great tech jobs. Whether you’re just starting your career or you’re ready to take it to the next level, browse the open positions below (or check out all of our companies that are hiring on The Muse!).
Squarespace, New York
Squarespace makes the web a more beautiful place. And it’s seeking iOS developers to join a small, collaborative team responsible for the end-to-end development of its iPhone applications and the long-term vision of its products on mobile devices.
Omnigon, New York
Want to build software to help sports and entertainment brands? Omnigon is looking for a senior developer who can write software across multiple application platforms and architectural layers, from back-end to UI, and provide technical leadership to development team members.
Voxy, New York
Voxy is looking for a front-end dev able to understand design specs and translate them into clean, fast loading, SEO-compliant front-end solutions for its language learning platform. The ideal candidate should have experience creating HTML, CSS, and JS from PSD designs.
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.
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.
Boxfish, Palo Alto, CA
Boxfish is releasing its first product, a guide for tablets that replaces TV Guide, very soon, and it needs an ambitious Java developer to take its ambitions closer to reality.
Pinterest, San Francisco
Love pinning? In this role, you will work closely with a team of experienced engineers and product designers to bring Pinterest to the iPhone and iPad.
Foursquare, San Francisco or New York
Foursquare has a list of project ideas a mile long, and not enough engineers to get them done. Join the team and help out, and it won’t take long to get your work out in front of millions of users.
Justin.tv, San Francisco
TwitchTV is looking for a Software Engineer who is excited about building the world’s destination for gaming entertainment. You will contribute to product design and implementation, take projects from the ideas to production, and test and iterate code before and after releases.
Twilio, San Francisco
Twilio is looking for a Senior Mobile Engineer to support the next phase of its mobile platform and APIs. You should not only be able to code, but also mentor a team of developers working on iOS and Android.