Job Openings

PicMonkey is looking for people to help us bring fearless photo embetterment to the world. We’re a small shop and that means errbody has a big impact. We crank on all pistons, work like cray-zay, and then go home to have actual lives, too. You in?


Android Engineer

We got our eyes peeled for an Android engineer who wants to work here in the Emerald City on our app. Creating a flawless next-generation Android experience will make us happy, make you happy, and most importantly make our users happy.

We can’t wait to hear from you. You gotta be:

  • Hella experienced with Android distributions on consumer electronics products
  • Excited about innovating new products
  • Skilled at proactive outward communication and technical leadership
  • Fearless of new challenges
  • Out of this world at data analysis and debugging

You have:

  • Bachelor's degree in Computer Science or related field
  • 7+ years of experience doing hands-on software development
  • 2+ year of experience working with Android
  • Experience with multiple software development projects from beginning to end
  • Released apps into the Play store (or open source)
  • Worked on high-volume consumer products
  • Strong understanding of the Android SDK
  • Deep knowledge of CORE Java and C/C++ (as a bonus)
  • Design and architecture knowledge, as well familiarity with object-oriented design patterns

If this sounds amazing beyond compare, send your resumes to jobs@picmonkey.com


Senior Backend Engineer

Here’s us: looking for an engineer to work on our backend services, facilitating both our mobile and web platforms. As a small team, every member works across the entire stack from tooling/deployment all the way to HTML/CSS. We like walks in the park and keeping work fun but insanely productive.

Here’s you: hella smart in the DevOps world. You love collaborating and are able to take projects from start to completion with minimal direction. You are excited about working with a small but mighty team of engineers who are hammering away at a major delivery in the next few months, where your contributions will be essential.

Responsibilities

  • Writing and maintaining Ruby scripts to create and deploy new infrastructure to AWS.
  • Writing and maintaining Chef cookbooks, roles and environments.
  • Building, maintaining, and deploying Java web apps (Spring framework, Hibernate)
  • Building, maintaining, and deploying JavaScript web apps (Express, WebSockets)
  • Building, maintaining, and deploying Python web apps (Django)
  • Honing your skills in advanced database analysis/optimization

Skills & Requirements

  • Commercial software development experience, using Java/Python/Go/PHP/Ruby/similar, and MySQL.
  • Nice to have: experience with payment systems
  • Nice to have: experience with NoSQL systems
  • Nice to have: designing services for mobile clients (and/or building those clients yourself)

 If this sounds like thing of wonder to you, send your resume to jobs@picmonkey.com


Content and UI Writer from Mars

Got verbs? PicMonkey.com is looking for a creative, super clever writer who's ready to turn it up in a fast-paced but friendly environment. Our dream candidate has an abiding interest in technology for regular people, a fair grasp on pop culture, and is nimble enough to ride the linguistic gaps between engaging blog articles, peppy social copy, and deeply geeky UI and help text. You've got to be able to go to your nerd place with search engine optimization and content management.

We want someone who keeps hammering away on something until it's just right. Someone who knows how to work collaboratively with other creatives and mathletes. Someone whose writing is dead on; never showy or verbose. If you're funny, we will probably marry you.

Please fill out our job application.

PicMonkey is a free online photo editor that says Booyah! to whatever your creative heart desires. Our headquarters are in downtown Seattle, and our mojo is at PicMonkey.com and PicMonkey.com/blog/.

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