As a .NET Team Lead/Software Architect at SmashFly, what you’ll be contributing to:
At SmashFly, you will be building & architecting marketing automation software for recruiting. What we’ve created is truly best-in-class software that helps companies attract and proactively communicate with today’s top talent. The SmashFly solution is used by some of the world’s biggest brands – and we need talent like you to help us constantly improve our technology for them. The work we do here matters to companies and job seekers alike.
The skills you should have:
Our track record so far:
You’re excited about being the primary, dedicated technology interface for a thriving SaaS business. You have experience working with .net and C#, as well as Angular.js, Node, js and LESS, which you’re eager to apply to the task of maintaining, communicating and developing the architecture of our powerful software. Those skills will also allow you to develop the program logic for critical components of the application. You love the challenge of maintaining architectural alignment by approving the business requirements, estimates, functional specs and test strategy.
SmashFly's Total Recruitment Marketing Platform helps corporate recruiting organizations and Recruitment Process Outsourcing (RPO) companies centralize their recruiting operations while providing real-time analytics across all of their initiatives to improve overall recruitment results.
The Total Recruitment Marketing Platform connects what are often disparate technologies into a single all-in-one software solution that includes Global Job Distribution, Social Recruiting, CRM, Web Sourcing, Marketing Automation, Mobile, Career Sites, Landing Pages, Search Engine Optimization (SEO), Employee Referrals and Talent Network Building. All with the actionable Analytics necessary to tell what's working and not working across the entire recruitment strategy.
SmashFly is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, religion, national origin, marital status, age, disability, veteran status, genetic information, or any other protected status.