Our product restores publishers’ existing website monetization technologies for adblock users who consent to it, while making sure that all ads adhere to the lighter, stricter Acceptable Ads standard, a happy middle ground for users and publishers. Users also have the ability to opt out if they prefer no ads at all.
Through a complex cloud-based system, we use sophisticated algorithms and real-time analysis to determine which ads qualify for an optimal user experience, all in the time it takes for a website to load. We process vast numbers of requests, processing tens of billions of ad impressions per month.
We are looking for a Frontend Software Engineer to join our Engineering team to drive innovation and work on our cutting-edge adblock recovery platform. You will work with the latest tools and technologies as you expand your technical knowledge and contribute to the business’s success. Since we are a small team, your impact will be felt almost immediately.
We are looking for individuals who thrive in a fast-paced startup environment and are looking to challenge themselves, grow quickly, and make massive contributions to the company’s success.
What you'll be doing:
- Contribute to reducing latency, improving code efficiency of the front end of the application stack.
- Work with modern build tools to streamline development, automation of testing and deployment of frontend code.
- Participate in code review sessions and work with other engineers to build optimal solutions.
- Support and debug production level issues and provide fixes in a timely manner.
What you'll need:
- 1-2 years of experience working on front-end applications in a professional environment
- BS in Computer Science, Engineering, or other related technical field or equivalent work experience.
- Knowledge of RESTful web services.Able to expertly debug web applications using profilers and other tools.
Bonus points if you have:
- Understanding of the ad tech ecosystem and/or ad tech experience.
- Familiarity with tag management systems.
- Knowledge of the intricacies of working with different browsers (vendors, versions).