Front End Developer (Ad Ops)
Viggle - New York, NY

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Change the way people watch TV. Now TV is more rewarding with the FREE Viggle app. Check into your favorite TV shows with Viggle to learn more about what's on, play along and connect with friends, all while earnings points for real rewards.

In its first year, Viggle has been featured on the Today Show, CNN, The Ellen Degeneres Show, Tech Crunch and in an incredible variety of other media outlets. We've won two Appy Awards, a Mobile Web Award and other accolades.

With blue chip advertisers on board since its launch, Viggle is continuing to build its world-class team. If you're passionate about blazing new trails in the mobile advertising space (and you love television), read on!

Title: Front End Developer (Ad Ops)

Position Overview

The Front End Engineering team is looking for a talented Front End Developer to provide dedicated support to our Ad Ops team. You'll be developing a variety of HTML5 advertising engagements that interface with our delivery frameworks and are served from within the Viggle app. In addition to custom engagements you'll also be working with the team to develop easy-to-deploy advertising templates, and ensuring the smooth running of our advertising operational systems. Mobile advertising is the lifeblood of Viggle's business and your development work will directly benefit our bottom line.


Development and implementation of HTML5 advertising engagements within the Viggle app.

Supporting and troubleshooting issues with existing engagements.

Working closely with the Creative team to develop powerful user experiences which engage our users.

Creating new advertising product ideas to present to the Ad Ops team for review and possible development.


Great HTML, CSS and jQuery skills.

A solid foundation in Javascript.

The ability to quickly implement creative concepts into working code.

A good understanding of the concepts of responsive design.

A good understanding of web development within the context of a native app.

Knowledge of and/or interest in web and mobile advertising a plus.

Strong communication skills, particularly the ability to explain complex technical issues in "layman's terms".

When you apply, please provide a link to your portfolio or specific examples of your work.

About Viggle

Launched January 2012 Viggle is a free second screen media platform that rewards its members for watching their favorite TV shows. Viggle enhances TV with interactive games like Viggle LIVE and the first ever real-time fantasy sports game MyGuy. Viggle members get rewarded for their TV time from places like Best Buy, Papa John’s, Fandango, Hulu Plus and Groupon, among others. Viggle also allows like-minded fans of their favorite shows to connect through Viggle Chatter features. Viggle’s audio verification technology recognizes shows on TV and allows members to check into live and DVR’d TV content from more than 170 of the most popular broadcast and cable channels. Follow us on Twitter @Viggle or like us on Facebook.

About Viggle Inc.

The company, Viggle Inc. (Symbol: VGGL), was founded by media entrepreneur Robert F.X. Sillerman who has pioneered a number of successful television, radio and live entertainment businesses. Sillerman created the company in June 2010 to develop businesses, products and services that encourage consumers to engage with different types of entertainment content such as TV, movies, games and music.
Originally named Function(x) Inc., the Company changed its corporate name to Viggle Inc., and its stock symbol to VGGL in June 2012.
For more information, follow us on Twitter @Viggle or like us on Facebook.

Viggle is an equal opportunity employer. Viggle recruits, employs, trains, compensates and promotes regardless of race, religion, color, national origin, sex, disability, age, veteran status, and other protected status as required by applicable law.

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Viggle is a loyalty program for television that gives people real rewards for checking into the television shows they're watching. Currently...