The Nashville engineering team is building the next generation of our organizer facing application. We work with cutting-edge frontend technologies to maintain modularity and scalability in a large-scale front-end architecture. We are apart of the first wave of projects at Eventbrite building component-based applications centered around React/Redux. Also, no other place in TN will you be working to ship software to an audience like ours at this scale. You’ll learn a lot and hopefully you’ll teach us something too.
At Eventbrite we tackle tough problems. We learn, grow, and have fun in the process. The women and men of Eventbrite’s Engineering team enjoy facing challenges as individuals, but we are also eager to collaborate and share our knowledge. The Nashville engineering team is charged with building our next generation organizer app, and the APIs and services that power it. We perform weekly demos of the code we ship, hone our skills through code reviews, and tell the world about it on Eventbrite’s Engineering Blog. We believe in the value of community and the power of live experiences, and regularly host free events with top technical speakers. Learn more about the team from some of our engineers here.
We hiring someone to help us build elegant, intuitive, and responsive user experiences for desktop, mobile and tablet browsers. You’ll help advance Eventbrite’s frontend architecture, and build components used throughout Eventbrite. We want you to work closely with Product Management, UX, and Design, giving input on what is both intuitive and feasible. You’ll need to bridge the gap now and then working with REST APIs on your own as well as with backend engineers. You’ll be growing your skills by working with some of the strongest engineers in Tennessee, and helping other engineers grow by teaching them.
THE SKILL SET
Programming experience, with an emphasis on front end or full stack technologies
Experience testing with systems like Jasmine, Mocha, Chai, Jest
Experience building responsive web pages using a combination of semantic HTML5 & advanced CSS3
Understanding of cross-browser compatibility pitfalls and how to work around them
Some experience with scripting languages, such as Python, Ruby, or Perl
Drive and desire to make a significant and visible contribution to Eventbrite
Ability to teach and mentor engineers with a variety of skill levels and backgrounds
Bachelor’s degree or higher in a technical field (CS/Math/Stats/Engineering)
A strong portfolio and/or Github that displays your passion for delighting users
Familiarity with a server-side framework, such as Django, Express, Rails, or .Net
Active Eventbrite user with a passion for live events
Experience working with, and quickly getting up to speed on a large code base
Experience working closely with Product Managers and Designers to ship beautiful and intuitive software
Eventbrite is the world’s leading event technology platform, powering more than two million live experiences each year. We build technology that allows anyone to create, share, find and attend events of all kinds. Music festivals, marathons, conferences, hackathons, political rallies, fundraisers, gaming competitions— you name it, we power it. Meet some of the team.
Interested in joining our team, but waiting for the right time or the right role? Let's keep in touch! We’re a quickly growing team that's always looking for awesome talent like you.
We host regular meetups, happy hours, game nights, and more that are open to our community. Tell us a bit about yourself and we'll get you on the list for our next shindig, keep you up to date with what we're up to, and make sure you're the first to know about new opportunities.
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