Netflix is taking its streaming experience global. We are building a cloud-based solution to acquire, enhance and provision digital assets to market our content. This solution is critical to the success of our service and company, as we become a global leader in streaming technology. The platform will provide a portal for our content partners worldwide to ingest digital assets and metadata while providing digital asset management functionality to all the internal business units.
Content Marketing Engineering is seeking a Sr. Web UI Engineer who will design and develop UI solutions for external and internal partners leveraging lightweight UI frameworks like Spring MVC, jQuery and JSP. A part of the solution will be built leveraging open source platform and you will be contributing to the open source as well. You will be working closely with our business team in Beverly Hills and with external vendors. Our platform of choice is Java but that doesn't mean we are looking only for Java developers. If you are a rock star in developing compelling presentation layer (no matter what language or platform) and you think you will be able to meet the challenges we mentioned above, we want to talk to you.
- You have at least 5+ years of software development experience
- You are a guru in Object Oriented analysis and design, as well as OO programming and Service Oriented Architecture
- You are self-driven and can deliver solutions partnering with both external and internal development teams without a project manager
- You are curious about emerging technologies and can quickly evaluate and adapt to new technologies
- You can quickly respond to the changing business needs and roll out functionality in small increments rather than a big bang approach
- Experience in writing solutions deployed to cloud is a plus
- Experience in contributing to open source is a plus
Click here to learn more about the Digital Supply Chain team
Netflix, Inc. is an online movie rental subscription service in the United States, providing approximately 7.5 million subscribers access to...