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Server-side Engineer

at Vimeo in New York, NY   —   Jul 23, 2014   |  
Want to join a team building the best video product on the web? Vimeo is a best-of-web video sharing site with extreme commitment to quality. We are looking for full-time application engineers to join our small, passionate New York City based-team. As an engineer at Vimeo, you will play a key role in designing and launching features to serve the millions of people who make up our user community. If you love to constantly push the bar on user experience, web technology and creativity, we're the place for you.
Create and maintain the services that power
Work closely with application engineers to add features, solve problems and optimize site performance
2+ years experience working on a high volume website
4+ years UNIX experience
Expertise in PHP5 or python
Significant experience with one or more of the following:
Experience with Solr/Lucene
Experience with web analytics
Experience with CDNs
Experience with Apache/nginx under high load
Experience with Varnish, Squid, haproxy
Experience with Hadoop
Experience with node.js
Experience with thrift
Experience programming for Amazon Web Services
An unhealthy obsession with building efficient, clean, and modular code and data structures
An ability to trace a performance problem from web browser to server kernel
Ingenuity to leverage all the tools at your disposal to eke out every last bit of performance and build the best user experience possible
A desire to be personally responsible for production-level code (and willingness to answer 3am phone calls to fix mistakes)
A preoccupation with staying on top of industry trends and technologies
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