Grindr is a location-based social networking and dating mobile app geared towards gay, bi, trans, and queer people. The app operates on the Apple and Android platforms and is available in almost 200 countries. It was originally launched in 2009 and has had more than 27 million users worldwide since then. Grindr’s mission is to be an inclusive platform where users of all identities are celebrated. The company is also committed to promoting a safe, healthy, and positive digital environment for its users. Grindr is a technology-focused company rooted in cutting edge engineering, data science, and product design. The engineering team is responsible for creating and maintaining the performance, scalability, and usability of Grindr’s many apps and web products. Developers are offered a wide range of projects in Python, iOS, Android, web, and React. Data Science at Grindr is focused on providing an understanding of the user experience. Employing a wide range of tools and technologies, the data science team strives to make the user experience more personalized, efficient, and secure. By leveraging machine learning and artificial intelligence, they are able to ensure that Grindr users have the best possible experience. The product design team is focused on creating intuitive, user-friendly, and aesthetically pleasing products. The products are developed with a creativity-oriented approach and design focused philosophies with their user experience in mind. Developers, data scientists, and product designers work together to ensure a cohesive end-user experience throughout the Grindr platform. Grindr continually advances cutting-edge technologies and platforms to create and maintain the most up-to-date and secure product possible. Whether you’re a programmer, software engineer, or data analyst, Grindr has a wide range of employment opportunities to meet your career goals.

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Full-Stack Developer

Average Work Hours (weekly unless noted): 40 hours/week
Average Salary (yearly in dollars unless noted): 115000
Description: Grindr is seeking an experienced Full-Stack Developer to maintain, extend and develop our platform applications. You will work as part of a team of developers as well as collaboratively with other departments. You will be responsible for the design and development of new systems and services as well as improving existing ones. You will work closely with other developers to investigate and fix problems efficiently.
Qualifications / Requirements: Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Science or related field, minimum five years of experience in full stack development. Expertise in HTML, CSS, JavaScript, PHP and MySQL. Knowledge of web services, web technologies and software engineering best practices (OO design, design patterns, unit-testing). Experience building responsive web and mobile applications.
Locations: Los Angeles, Rome, London, Paris, Berlin, Tokyo, Hong Kong, Geneva, Amsterdam, Sydney
Career Paths: Software Engineer, Data Scientist, Quality Assurance Engineer, Technical Support Engineer, Systems Administrator, DevOps Engineer, Network Engineer, Database Administrator, Product Manager, Design Engineer, Security Analyst
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