Location: Helsinki, Commitment Full-Time, Team Software Development
We are looking for an experienced full-stack developer with a backend focus, to join team Gradient, a team of currently 7 developers. The team is responsible for analysing customers’ creatives and improving campaign performances based on the findings.
Tech stack: NestJS/Typescript on Node.js, React, postgreSQL and RabbitMQ for data pipeline management.
The team is currently working on building a tool for creative products that supports the Test and Analyze stages of a DMTA cycle. Both testing and analysis require a lot of data, and together with our Data Science team, we are building data pipelines and figuring out actionable insights for our customers. Our goal is to ensure customers’ ads hit straight to the point.
For a sneak peek into our ways of working, read How Engineers Work at Smartly.io
Who we are
Smartly.io is building a platform to automate every step of social advertising to unlock greater performance and creativity. We are a team of over 400 Smartlies with footholds in 17 cities, serving more than 650 brands worldwide, including eBay, Uber and Zalando.
We’re building the best product company to work for, where highly autonomous engineering teams can take full ownership of creating world-class software. As a Smartlie engineer, you get to tackle challenges of considerable scale and complexity. We develop our product at a fast pace and in close cooperation with the largest online businesses globally.
We take ownership, optimize impact and maximize learning. Smartlies choose us and grow with us thanks to the company culture and smart colleagues. Learn more at smartly.io/culturehandbook.
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