Spotify is recruiting passionate Front-end engineers to help us build and run promotional activities for our Spotify Premium brand. You will work with exciting partners and new products on high-impact global launches. Spotify has over 90m monthly active Premium subscribers, however, we believe we’ve only scratched the surface and are looking for an individual to unlock the future potential.
What you’ll do
- Work with stakeholders and Project Manager to define the scope for Spotify Premium campaigns.
- Work with other engineering squads to scope out technical work required for Spotify Premium campaigns.
- Build and own the landing pages and other components/code for Spotify Premium campaigns.
- Be on-call for systems and services that you have built.
- Be an active member of the squad and participate in retrospectives and help evolve the delivery process.
- Ability to work in an agile and waterfall environment, adopting the standard methodologies for both of these delivery approaches.
- Provide insights into future improvements.
Who you are
- You are detail oriented and highly organized
- You deal well with ambiguity and can distill solutions from a broad problem space.
- Ideally, you have some experience of PHP/Symphony or willing to learn in.
- Some experience/understanding of CMS( Content Management System), RDBMS, MVC frameworks are a plus.
- You are a clear communicator and can able to express your thoughts in a technical debate.
- Some experience of working between business and tech is nice to have, but not necessary.
- You have some understanding of agile development practices and methodologies.
- Previous experience of working on distributed systems is nice to have, but not necessary.
What will Spotify offer
- You will be working with world class Engineering teams and see them execute on a global scale.
- You will get exposure to working with distributed systems, at Spotify scale.
- Be at the forefront of Spotify Premium user growth.
- Nice new office with a view of the River and London eye.
- Opportunity to learn more modern technologies such as React/Redux as the tech stack evolves.