Regular, Full Time, Exempt Status
Location: Remote WFH
Kiip's mission is to be the rewards layer of the world. We've made it easy and fun to reward people for their achievements on many different platforms. We currently run on hundreds of millions of devices and process billions of data points per month. We’re looking for extraordinarily talented engineers who will help scale, process and analyze this data. We're looking for someone would who values their craft and is excited to be a part of our great culture and small, agile family.
To apply, complete the attached take home project within a week. https://gist.github.com/sraj/3766a23e41f47fdd712f66f852603cc2. If we put your project onto a device and it works, we will send you a $50 Amazon gift card. We will also contact you directly with next steps in our recruiting process.
Applicants must be able to have their core hours overlap with 10.30am-5pm PDT as our Engineering Team is based in San Francisco. We are a very diverse organization and welcome applications regardless of gender, ethnicity, sexuality etc.
About Kiip (pronounced "keep"):
Every app has its moments, and Kiip’s mission is to reward users during those times of achievement with valuable offers from major brands.
Kiip (pronounced “keep”) redefines how brands connect with consumers through a moment-based rewards platform that targets “achievement moments” in the apps people use every day. Rewards occur as a free Amazon MP3 when users beat a level in a mobile game, or as a bottle of Propel when users log a finished workout in a fitness app. By matching relevant brand offers to timely achievements, Kiip creates meaningful engagements between users, developers and advertisers. Kiip was named in “Top 50 Most Innovative Companies” list in 2013 by Fast Company, a mobile titan by AdWeek and a top Silicon Valley startup by Business Insider.
As a Kiiper, you'd be able to have a huge impact from day one. Kiip is all about flexibility and letting people excel so there's no micro-managing, no facetime and lots of freedom. We get a lot of press such as this recent NY Times article and this coverage of our very favorable Nielsen report.