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Funding20M-50M USD
Employees52
SalaryShhhh...
FulltimeYes
TelecommuteNo
IndustryWeb 2.0, Consumer, E-commerce, Entertainment, Social Networking
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Sr. Mobile iOS Engineer

at Polyvore in Mountain View, CA   —   Jun 27, 2014   |  
Overview
Polyvore is a technology company pioneering a huge space: social commerce. Over 19 million unique visitors come to our site every month where they're empowered to create, share, discover and shop, using our cutting-edge tools.

We’ve been a profitable company since 2011. We have over 90% gross margins, and our revenues are nearly tripling, year-over-year.

Our business is exploding because our model turns traditional commerce on its head, allowing consumers to voice and discover what they like online. Our platform lets people mix and match products they love in unique, creative ways, while offering brands deep insight into their customers.

We’re a product and engineering-driven team of smart, creative people who work in an open, collaborative environment. Come help us build an amazing company that is disrupting commerce across industries, devices and countries.
Responsibilities
You’ll be responsible for bringing the Polyvore experience to a set of mobile devices that are incredibly well-suited to browsing, discovery and creation.
Experience
Extensive experience coding in Objective C; specifically, UIKit.
You’ve conceived of, built, and launched at least one native iOS application
You’re passionate about the user experience, and have strong product instincts
The ability to optimize for limited resources: memory usage, connectivity, battery life, CPU, etc..
Education
Computer Science or other quantitative field.
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