ValueClick Media is one of the largest and most experienced global display advertising networks, having helped brand advertisers and direct marketers reach their performance advertising objectives since 1998. With access to more than 83 percent reach of the U.S. Internet audience across 8,000 sites, a wealth of proprietary and anonymous consumer behavioral data, advanced targeting and optimization technology and extensive network quality controls, ValueClick Media is the premier network partner for marketers focused on reaching their target audience and publishers who want to earn the most for the online advertising inventory.
Why join us?
Consider joining our talented team of release and operations engineering as the next phase of your career. You will be highly valued for being innately curious to find answers for what seems impossible to most, and for being tenacious about getting the details just right. Most of all, you’ll have the rare opportunity to work within our entire code base versus being in a silo of just one department or project.
You’ll be responsible for diagnosing issues with deployed systems and providing/implementing solutions to correct these issues. You’ll also provide support during software releases, and will be working with end users to solve data integrity problems. To say that this position requires excellent communication skills is an understatement, as you will have direct visibility and interaction with all of our developers, our product owners (product and account managers) and our VP of Engineering.
Is this you?
Instead of worrying about how long you’ve been an engineer or working with a specific technology stack, we’re more focused on how quickly and independently you can identify solutions when given a problem. We’re pretty language agnostic and if you’re a polyglot, you’ll be in good company. We do, however need you to be interested and able to work with:
• Linux – you know your way around a Linux command line
• Databases such as Oracle or MySql – you may not have built one from scratch but you’ve done more than just look at one
• Perl, PHP or another scripting language – the more experience, the better
• Apache, C, mod_perl and Java – you’ll work with all these technologies so any exposure or familiarity with them is extremely valuable
Conversant Media - 17 months ago
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