The app is great, but there's much more to do. Stuff like a better checkout experience, in app ticket delivery and push notfications for great deals. We make finding a great ticket easy, but that's not where the live event experience ends. That's where you come in.
What's the Current App Like?
What You'll Be Doing
- Help define mobile for an entire industry. Ticketing now is where photo sharing was when iOS 3 was released.
- Write code that will be used by millions and be recognized by the most discerning app reviewers out there: Apple.
- Work with the SeatGeek design folks to prototype and develop new UI components.
What We're Looking For
- 1+ years of experience building iPhone apps (our prototypical candidate would have at least 2-3 years, but we don't want to exclude talented people with a bit less).
- Someone who has developed beautiful, useful apps that are live in the App Store.
- An engineer who's comfortable handling plenty of responsibilty and can see a project to completion with minimal help and intervention.
- Someone who cares about building something that's used and loved by many. Someone who cares about details—we've noticed the best iOS engineers are as obsessed with pixels as they are with view controllers and NSSortDescriptors (Eric's favorite discovery while working on the app).
- A competitive base salary and equity stake in a well-funded growth stage company
- A culture where the product is king
- A monthly budget to spend on tickets to live events
- A laid-back, fun workplace with an endless supply of snacks/coffee/beer, frequent team lunches, and social jaunts organized by Eric Waller, our official Social Chair
- The opportunity to write code that is used outside of SeatGeek, e.g. we've opensourced our a/b testing framework, Sixpack, our Redis-backed autocompleting service, Soulmate, and our Python string matching library, FuzzyWuzzy
- A superb benefits package, including full health/dental/vision
- Hackathons: scheduled times when everyone drops what they’re doing and builds cool stuff in small groups