Edit: Only one entry so far from outside the US. Any others?
New York, NY
Can't decide which startup you'd like to go work for? How about all of them? Social rosary shopping may be in this week. Online klezmer lessons may be all the rage tomorrow. The Foursquare of fight clubs is sure to be around the corner. Don't try to predict fashion. Consider instead pestilence, which never goes out of style.
Matasano does software security for companies large and small. We get quality time with things ranging from the world's most high-impact Rails and Python apps to the firmware on storage cards, in areas ranging from the financial markets to online greeting cards.
You can be a human cowpox vaccine, parachuting in to make app developers slightly ill for a few weeks now to avoid uh dying later. It's a dirty job, but a fun one: everyone codes, all the time, in languages ranging from Ruby to Clojure to ARM assembly.
We're looking for people who can code, with a passionate interest in how technology works under the hood, the lower-level the better. C/C++ fluency gets our attention quickly, as does any real-world experience with application security, but if you can code, you really can't waste my time; we love working with people from Hacker News.
My contact info is in my profile.
The focus is on entry level jobs, but the content consists of company profiles, so it's useful to pretty much anyone looking for a job.
Here are all of the companies that we've featured with positions in Web Development: http://www.onedayonejob.com/entry-level-jobs/web-development...
And in Software Development (lots of overlap): http://www.onedayonejob.com/entry-level-jobs/software-develo...
Tons of non-technical stuff too.
Link to our post in this thread: http://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=1558277
Backend Engineers http://www.airbnb.com/jobs/show/4
Frontend Engineers http://www.airbnb.com/jobs/show/8
UI designers http://www.airbnb.com/jobs/show/2
Hard systems problems. Fun people. Good pay. A chance to build something meaningful and own a significant chunk of the company.
Tired of rails-based clones? Join us, together we will rule the [database] universe.
No remote working, but we do help the right people move to London. (I made an offer to such a person just today - he found us through Hacker News!)
We make phones a better tool for interacting with other people in the real world. The Bump app is one of the most popular mobile apps with >13M iPhone and >2M Android downloads, and our API is used by >100 iPhone apps including PayPal's. Our team (so far) is 14 people and we are backed by YC, Sequoia, and Ron Conway.
We are most looking for an Android lead, but are always interested in great iPhone and backend people as well. Full job descriptions and application instructions are at http://bu.mp/jobs (mention HN if submitting). Feel free to email me with questions: jake (at) bu (dot) mp.
We are bringing real estate into the future. Out platform includes a custom geospatial database, a crowd-sourced neighborhood boundary system, virtual tour platform, syndication engine, property search, and a mobile/location platform (like Foursquare) but specifically for real estate. We also power the online real estate section for small newspapers.
If you love hacking, learning, and getting things done that real people use, and particularly if you think real estate needs a makeover, contact us!
We're also on the lookout for a strong marketing type to grow our pipeline.
Looking for scalability engineers for our google maps style mapping engine. Our company has been collecting polygon data representing wireless coverage patterns worldwide for twenty years. Lots of data. We're scaling out our map generation engine and improving our global geocoder to satiate growing demand industry wide for this kind of data.
At this point for a full time position relocation would be required but I'm looking for contractors I can lean on when needed as well. Experience with Hadoop, Pig, and all those key/value stores out there is desired but not required. Also helps if you can bust out some C from time to time.
(I work for a different company in Memphis)
We are an NYC-based startup building a curation and machine-learning based product discovery engine, focused on the long tail of ecommerce. Our product is in live beta. We've got an experienced core team (see https://aprizi.com/static/about or take a look at our CEOs blog: http://giffconstable.com/)
If you are an NYC hacker interested in part-time work with the possibility of a full-time position down the track, someone who wants to get in early... get in touch! Internships are also a possibility for the right people. For more info contact email@example.com
"Men wanted for hazardous journey. Low wages, bitter cold, long hours of complete darkness. Safe return doubtful. Honour and recognition in event of success."
Looking for interns and both entry-level and experienced engineers who love news and are comfortable at all levels of the web app stack. We use Django, but Django experience isn't a requirement, just a plus. You'd be joining a team that builds our main website and content management system, as well as nifty web apps that make government data more accessible to the public. The work is fulfilling for me, and hopefully it would be for you too.
Our team is tiny and the hacker/journalism field is still nascent, so the things you do are likely to get recognized within the field, and hopefully by the public as well. Since we're one of the bigger non-profit local/regional news organizations out there, people like to write about us, so that helps with getting recognition as well. If you do good work, it'll get noticed, which is nice.
Craigslist is hiring i18n/l10n engineers.
We are looking for people who can code Perl (or can learn it, I am aware it's not as popular as it used to be), who has experience with localization/translation/globalization and who ideally speaks one or two foreign human languages.
Above average salary and very good perks: free organic food/coffee, dental/medical/vacations and laptop/phone and a very unusual, definitely non corporate company structure.
Telecommute is not possible, although most people work from home one or several days per week and we support flexible hours.
We work in ruby, but there is plenty of java, python, and other variety mixed in when it makes sense.
The engineering team is comprised of lots of HN readers who genuinely enjoy what they do and are driven to solve challenging problems. If you are interested, you can check out our jobs page or email me directly with any questions.
New York, NY:
Openings for senior and junior C++ Database Engineers
Bay Area, CA:
Looking for a Driver Development Engineer and Senior Support/QA Engineer
More info at http://bit.ly/10genjobs
BrightTag, a growing venture backed start-up focused on the data management space, is hiring. We are looking for a talented sr. Java software engineer to help create a robust, highly available, high-volume web application. Our solution will be usable by millions of websites and we want someone who is comfortable dealing with massive scale.
This is a great opportunity for someone who wants to be part of a small collaborative, user-focused team and want to solve interesting problems in a highly-intelligent, entrepreneurial environment.
Our management team has a proven track record of building brand name businesses with many successful exits. We are backed by a solid funding foundation and well-known investors including: Chicago venture capitalists JB Pritzker, Matt McCall and Silicon Valley-based venture firm Tomorrow Ventures.
We're based in downtown Chicago. We offer a casual work environment, some opportunity to work remotely, a competitive salary with healthcare/benefits and the rare opportunity to earn equity upside.
Please contact me directly. Please NO third party recruiters. Sorry, relocation is NOT available.
lokeefe [at] thebrighttag.com
We're looking for sharp engineers who are comfortable working across our stack and really want to be in a startup: http://www.ventureloop.com/firstroundcap/jobdetail.php?jobid... - we're only looking for local people for these roles at this point.
We have fun problems at scale and we get instant feedback from our clients on everything we put out.
Feel free to email me tjanofsky monetate com.
Imagine 1-2 million players feeding game events real-time into your web site from day one. There won't be any "grow slowly, scale gracefully" here. We need to be big out of the gate.
We've had something of a hard time finding people, so we're open to training up junior people, too. Never touched Drupal but are handy with PHP? Please do write.
The openings are here, under "Marketing:" http://www.bioware.com/bioware_info/jobs/austin_jobs/
They're contract jobs, so no relocation expenses are provided for, but they're a year long, so you wouldn't have to look for something new right away. It'd be 40 hours a week with potentially a lot of overtime (paid at time-and-a-half).
If you apply, please also email me (vmiliano at that domain name) with your resume so I can it in the hiring manager's hands.
The work is ongoing (it's an MMO, after all), and plenty of features are scheduled for post-launch, but legally we can't even dangle a maybe-possible carrot.
That said, I was brought on from a year design contract, and we have four openings we're trying to fill.
Looking for .NET or C++ hackers, graphics designers, tech support, or web designers (css, html).
Contact me: firstname.lastname@example.org or +962796178096
EA2D is a new studio of EA created to bring big-title games to the web. Our first game is still months from launch, so much of the work is greenfield projects. We have ~25 people now, and are hiring aggressively.
We're an autonomous group, so we have free reign over our tools and processes. This means we can go nuts with EC2, GitHub, Google Apps, continuous deployment, whatever we want -- all the while enjoying big-company perks like an on-site gym, food, Caltrain shuttle, and, of course, free games.
We're looking for extremely sharp engineers (Java, Flash, test, and operations), artists, marketing, and more. Don't worry too much about the exact job descriptions - if you're a badass developer, we'll find a place for you.
Here's the full list: http://www.ea2d.com/jobs/
Contact me directly, email@example.com
We are searching at least 3 more developers in the fields of search & automatic content/site extraction, crawling, duplicate content, news/spam detection.
We do content fetching and aggregation (news,message boards, blogs, ...) for market research institutes, media analytics companies, etc...
We are still relative small (mostly Harvard, ETH Zurich, and TU Munich graduates), so you are still able to actively shape our company.
If you are from abroad, and want to experience a different culture for a few months/years (some even stayed here their entire life ;)) in a small french/german/english speaking country, why not join?
We can also offer internships for a few months (probably 6).
Just drop me (thibaut) a mail (or call) if you are interested or need more information!
3 engineers: client, web and mobile
Palm, now a subsidiary of HP, is hiring about 70 positions in our engineering group to work on the next versions of webOS and our future hardware.
bit.ly is hiring at all levels of the stack.
We're building a platform to connect individual investors to professional money managers (like a personalized mutual fund, without the massive fees). We're very focused on high quality code, tests, continuous deployment and more tests. We use JVM languages (Java, Scala, JRuby) and have a fantastic platform.
Right now we're specifically looking for someone with a strong engineering background to join the front end team. Check out our blog to get a feel for the company. http://eng.kaching.com/
The worst case is that they'll say no.
Once you have open source out there, finding work is easy. Maybe try freelancing? Some of your friends might need a website... You have to learn somehow, might as well be in the trenches.
Pinterest is a social catalog. http://www.pinterest.com/home
We are hiring a front-end engineer to join our 3 person team. We are founded by one ex-googler and one ex-vc.
ben (at) pinterest (dot) com
Rails developer wanted. I've been on the lookout for a while, but finding one around here is not the easiest. For that reason I'll also be happy to consider you if you have a proven track record in a different technology and are eager to get into Rails. Join me in bringing a fresh approach to a stale industry (payroll). As employee #1, you'll have the option of equity. E-mail is in profile. http://www.simplepay.co.za
Localphone Ltd. - http://www.localphone.com/
We’re a VoIP and telephony start-up based in Sheffield, Yorkshire, UK.
Looking for a PHP developer and a mobile apps developer.
It really is a great place to work. Laid back and plenty of opportunities to learn new stuff. Experiencing strong growth and lots of plans for new products, hence expanding the development team.
http://www.localphone.com/about/careers for job descriptions, contact details.
Velir Studios (http://www.velir.com)
Mainly a .NET shop, but we also do a bit of Rails and PHP work.
We do lots of work for large non-profits — if you listen to NPR, you've heard our clients sponsoring your favorite shows.
Positions we are currently looking to fill include Project Managers, Systems Analysts, and Web Developers. Shoot an email to patrick at velir dot com or jobs at velir dot com with a cover letter and your resumé. Thanks!
dlanstein splunk com.
Small team, hard problems, massive opportunity.
http://www.backtype.com/jobs or email me mm at backtype dot com
There is plenty of work to be done which includes scaling large scale data tools, building service directories, and new consumer product ideas that we're working on!
You can view the stats tools here: http://statistics.allfacebook.com/applications and http://statistics.allfacebook.com/pages
There are many more tools that we want to build, are currently building, and existing ones we wish to expand. I'm based in SF but we also have offices in NYC. Also fine with remote workers, although occasional meetings are valuable!
NEWCO is a super-early stage startup that needs UI direction. Think recommendation engine meets database with a focus on finding new “media products”. You will drive the look, feel, and flow of the application from start to finish, working hand in hand with the Senior Product Manager and the CTO.
We expect you to build quickly, fail often, and take risks.
Our team embraces lean startup methodology and data driven design. We also practice tons of customer development. Insert other startup buzzwords here.
We’re looking for a UX Designer with demonstrable experience developing high-performance dynamic user interfaces for consumer-facing web sites.
• Create low-fi mockups
• Turn low-fi mockups into hi-fi sketches and prototypes very quickly
• Design and slice efficient, sprite-able CSS (we support the IE Death March)
• Understand AJAX, JQuery, and page flow
• Usability test customers, test designs, and iterate based on a combination of both.
This project is awesome. Your friends will use it (we hope)!
We are building a SproutCore-in-the-front/Ruby-in-the-back web application for streamlining digital media placement on both the agency and publisher side. To see a cheesy product demo with sexy voiceover, please visit http://transis.com.
We have a small team of developers working out of Chicago and we're looking to expand into the Bay Area as well. We are a very fun company to work for, and were listed by Crain's as one of the best places to work in Chicago.
We hire people with demonstrated zeal for writing excellent code. If you've got something awesome up on GitHub we'd love to have a look. Please check out our careers page at http://www.centro.net/careers/were-hiring and drop us a line.
Palo Alto, CA
My company is always looking for talented devs. We work primarily on mobile heath (sms, android, j2me) apps and server backends (mostly python/django) in the developing world. Small startup environment, international travel opportunities.
Informed Biometry is a recently-formed, well-funded, stealth-mode consumer web startup, looking for developers and designers. Ground-floor opportunity for smart generalists!
Check out http://jobs.infbio.com/ and email me (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you're interested.
Looking for several senior .Net developers for several large projects. So far we've had "senior" devs who can't code, or pass background checks. Don't apply if you don't know what a collection object is or have a criminal background.
Hiring generalist engineers to work with Ruby/Rails and build something that makes a tangible difference in the lives of the less fortunate.
Some listed below, but if you want to solve big problems (performance, scalability, personalization, etc), we have an abundance of great opportunities.
We're building a remote access platform that will enable users to get access to all of the digital stuff they store on their personal computers (their desktop, music, photos, videos, files) from any device.
Check out http://www.iteleportmobile.com/jobs for some projects we've been working on lately.
We're currently profitable and growing. We offer a competitive salary, significant equity and full health benefits.
Send us an email at email@example.com with your resume and a few words on why you think you'd be a great fit here!
We're looking for interactive developers, UX people and producers. We do a mix of projects from portal sites like ea.com, atari.com, mobile and tablet apps and more.
Kno, Inc. -- http://kno.com/company-jobs.html
We're a VC-funded startup working to change education as you know it, centralizing students' textbooks, notes, research, and any kind of course material you can imagine on a two-screen wifi-connected mobile device.
We're hiring Rails hackers to join our team. We're a startup team from the US that is working within Paddy Power, an Irish bookmaker. So, you get the pluses and fun of the startup life with the benefits of a 1.3B Euro (and really awesome) company - i.e. no eating ramen noodles unless you want to.
If you're a Rails developer and you're in Ireland, give me a shout to learn more. Email in my HN profile.
My team at Millennial Media is looking to hire a few people over the next few months. We're looking for:
iPhone/Mobile Developer - Objective-C and/or Java (Android experience if you just know Java)
Web designer - HTML5, JS, CSS3, Photoshop
You can check us out at http://millennialmedia.com or read about us in yesterday's TC article http://techcrunch.com/2010/07/28/millennial-media-ipo-2011/.
If you're interested, you can send me an email at nolan [a t] millennialmedia.com.
San Francisco, CA
Outside the US: Dresden, Bangalore, Dublin and UK (sales)
Citrix Online has several engineering positions open: Java engineers (web, backend, messaging), C++, Oracle administrators, network operations, user experience designers, etc. From the intern-level up through director/management-level.
The company is growing like crazy and doing fantastic financially (just announced higher than expected earnings yesterday).
You can apply at http://www.citrixonline.com/careers.tmpl (or send me an email to be able to put me down as a referral)
Quirky is a social product development company. We harness the ideas of our community to create great consumer products.
For an example of one of our community created gadgets, check out the Pivot Power:
We are looking for a rails developer to join our small team. Want to work at a place where the business model is a little more solid than "code and hope"? Email us at techjobs at quirky dot com.
You are all invited!
In addition to the companies listed on our registration page, the following companies will also be attending: Ning, Scribd, PlayHaven, and many more!
Here is the registration page for job seekers and startups:
Also, for any startup company that registers by this Saturday we will waive the registration fee if you write in that you heard about us on Hacker News!
We are also going to be launching some very exciting things very soon... so keep an eye on us!!
Amazon.com - Looking for Support/Systems engineers for our Merchants Platform.
For Support/Systems engineers, we are looking for self-starters who love taking things apart, figuring out how they work, and putting them back together with improvements. We are primarily interested in entry-level engineers that are comfortable in a Linux environment and can script in one or more languages (preferably shell or ruby scripting). For more details on the job, please contact me directly.
Mozilla is hiring!
HQ in downtown Mountain View, CA, but we have offices in Toronto, New Zealand, Paris, Tokyo and Beijing. Great benefits, extremely challenging projects (scaling web services to 400+ million users, optimizing our JS engine, making Firefox mobile fast on phones).
Technologists wanted. Web/Mobile engineers needed to help build out future properties. iPhone, Android knowledge is a big plus, as is optimization skills. (aka Page Speed nerds) Technologies include jQuery, HTML 5, CakePHP, Rails 3.
Mid to senior level is ideal, but the right entry level person will be considered. There's always more to learn.
Substantial hands-on experience in Java/SQL web application
development on Linux and a solid understanding of modern frameworks (Spring, Hibernate, etc.) & Previous experience in internet infrastructure and high volume
timeseries data processing is highly desirable
MyLikes (http://mylikes.com/about/jobs) Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
We are attempting to shake up online advertising by enabling small publishers market to their audiences in their own voice. We use technology heavily to solve problems which on the surface seems simple and have had a lot of success in the marketplace because of this.
Credit Karma is a venture-backed startup in the financial services industry. We are committed to providing free credit scores and are very pro-consumer.
We're mostly looking for saavy operations, UX / Design, product development, and customer service folks, although there is occasional overlap between some roles.
Here's a full list of jobs: www.creditkarma.com/about/careers
Blurb is hiring!
Want to work in a great environment with great people making a great product? We're a print-on-demand publisher with an emphasis on high-quality products and great user experiences. We're profitable and growing.
We are a Rails shop (with some Java bits) and need front end and back end developers.
Nature Publishing Group is hiring a junior/intermediate sysadmin to join a small team supporting nature.com. Must have experience with a public facing, revenue producing complex web site. Small friendly team, lots of latitude to play with new technologies and architect the future of NPG web infrastructure.
Contact me for details.
http://mixpanel.com/jobs (email us info at email@example.com)
Real-time Analytics (large scale data problem solving). Recently did over a billion actions a month from real people and angel backed.
We are like open table, but for doctors. Need to see a doctor in NY, SF, DC, or Chicago? Find your appointment on ZocDoc and save yourself a 3 week wait.
We're looking for super-smart engineers that can get stuff done.
I hear that whenever Eric Schmidt sees a job posting that's buried behind a login form or within a PDF/DOC, he kills a puppy...
is looking for a java engineer (http://bit.ly/ctyPA2) as well as a sysadmin (http://bit.ly/c5XJsC)
I don't see an e-mail address in your profile, but if you don't mind talking with me, my e-mail address is firstname.lastname@example.org.
We're hiring a software developer. We work mostly in Java. We're also looking for a QA Engineer.
Fluther.com is looking for an new designer and a server engineer.
We're in the mission, and we love darts.
We're based in SF and will happily help you relocate.
iReel.com : social media marketer, web and facebook dev
recoset.com: developer for recommendation engines
stresslimit: UI specialist
MConcierge: .NET dev
more here http://techentreprise.com/Montreal/jobs
Based in San Francisco, but has a new Austin office. They want RoR devs. Im just a dev myself, but I want to help build an awesome work atmosphere.
What we do? Social Mobile Gaming
1) Web engineer - Ruby, Rails, NodeJS, jQuery
2) iPhone/Mobile Developer - Objective-C, OpenGL ES, Unity3D
Apply Where? http://leftrightstudios.theresumator.com
It's not listed but we're looking for Mobile folks too. (Android experience is a plus)
SF or NYC
Java software developer
We provide a location-based (as well as regular) push messaging platform for Android, iPhone, and BlackBerry. Check out http://www.xtify.com/jobs.
(If you're a friend-of-a-friend in the NYYC scene, that's ideal.)
Bunchball (game mechanics, gamification) is hiring a Deployment Engineer and a Program/Interaction Designer
Network Security startup with 31m of funding, just closed a 15m round this month.
Looking for linux geeks.
Types of jobs open:
Web Interface Developers
Email me for more info.
Feel free to contact me directly if you want to discuss candidly.
My is bradleyt (dot) marsh (at) gmail
The email field on your profile is only visible to you.
* looking for developers who know C# and SQL Server
* El Segundo, CA (one mile south of LAX airport)
Need to be a hunter. Looking for great people that have a track record of crushing their numbers.
Contact info in profile.
Track.com is looking for a Django dev, mostly front-end work but knowing a bit of everything is always valuable on a small team. Contact rich@ for details.
Looking for a non-technical employee (possibly co-founder) with experience in sales, marketing, social media, and promotions.
We're continuing to change the face of the (fabulously profitable) travel industry at TripAdvisor. My team's leading the charge.
Looking for a Python/Django developer to come work at Rhino Accounting. Email email@example.com please mention HN.
ServiceMesh is hiring Java and Flex Developers
Passionate about fast-paced web 2.0 technology?! Want to be a part of the founding team of a promising funded start-up? If you’re a self-motivated, entrepreneurial web developer then keep reading!
We are the up and coming Web 2.0 startup in Vancouver, having raised funding from prominent angels a few months ago and now moving across North-America quickly. We are the winner of LaunchPartyHQ's LPV8 People's Choice Award and Top 3 Businesses of last year's Fusion Forum. Our team is expanding rapidly and we are looking for winners to join our team.
We are looking for a technical entrepreneurial-minded leader, with strong development (PHP Framework) skills, to help us optimize and grow our business. You should love to write code, and solve problems but if you also have an eye for user experience, SEO optimization and A/B testing - all the better. This is a hands on, collaborative role, and you will be a part of a winning team creating an exciting new application that will change the world - the wedding world at the very least!
You will join us in the exciting Yaletown new office. A laid-back, fun working environment with tons of learning opportunities. Recent graduates with a strong web 2.0 portfolio are encouraged to apply!
Your experience & skills:
• A degree or diploma in Computer Science or related field
• 3+ years of web application development experience with PHP Framework
• Solid SQL knowledge and experience building scalable database driven web sites
• Experience using open source software and services
• Familiarity with SEO, landing page optimization, A/B Testing, web analytics required
Who you are:
• Passionate about web technologies, usability, and agile development
• Motivated self starter / entrepreneurial spirit / excellent communicator
• Business-sense / solutions-focused / loves learning
• Flexible and able to work in a start-up environment
• You will be working closely with the CEO and will be managing a development team until launch (Until July), so people skills are good ☺
What we need from you:
• Architect, implement (code), and maintain our online platform
• Provide overall technical guidance, ideas, and leadership
• Use your tech savviness to solve business problems and create cost-efficient business opportunities
• Troubleshoot user issues and improve user experience as quickly as possible
Why Join Us?
• Great opportunity to get in on the ground level of a promising company, lead technology development, and use your skills to make a mark!
We Want to Hear From You!
Please direct all inquiries and resumes to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include links to previous projects.
We share an office, and a great, active investor. If you're at all interested in working in Vancouver, British Columbia, and don't mind a startup with a bit of the leg work done, it's an interesting position.