Senior Software Engineer
Location: London, Hybrid
Updated on: December 08, 2022
This is a UK remote based role. Candidates must reside in the UK, preferably the greater London area.
MediaMath is the leading technology pioneer on a mission to make advertising better. We deliver outstanding results through powerful ad tech, partnership and a curiosity for what’s next. We help more than 3,500 advertisers solve complex marketing problems so they can deepen their customer relationships across screens and around the world.
This role sits within our London Meta Data team. Our focus is providing customers with fast, secure and reliable API access to our platform. The team writes it’s API endpoints in Golang, with testing and documentation utilizing the OpenAPI specification. The APIs are required to be performant, whilst having near 100% uptime. The APIs are hosted on premises using Kubernetes, via CircleCI deployment pipelines. As a Senior Software Engineer, you will contribute to the entire lifecycle of API development, from helping to break down requirements into workable tickets, through to performance monitoring the production instances.
You will interact with Product Managers from other teams, and engineers from other MediaMath engineering departments, in both learning and coaching roles.
Why We Work at MediaMath
We are restless innovators, smart, passionate and kind. At the heart of our culture are six values that provide a framework for how we approach our work and the world: Teams Win, Scale + Innovation, Obsess Over Learning & Growth, Align then Execute, Do Good Better and Embrace the Journey. These values inform how we energize one another and engage with our clients. They get us amped to come to work. And, let’s face it, so do the free snacks, great benefits, and unlimited vacation.
MediaMath is committed to equal employment opportunity. It is a fundamental principle at MediaMath not to discriminate against employees or applicants for employment on any legally-recognized basis including, but not limited to: age, race, creed, color, religion, national origin, sexual orientation, sex, disability, predisposing genetic characteristics, genetic information, military or veteran status, marital status, gender identity/transgender status, pregnancy, childbirth or related medical condition, and other protected characteristic as established by law.