iOS Engineer, Reddit

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Salary not provided
Python
GraphQL
Java
iOS
Swift
C++
Rust
Objective-C
REST API
Mid and Senior level
Remote in UK
Reddit

Online platform for thoughts, experiences and discussions

Be an early applicant

Reddit

Online platform for thoughts, experiences and discussions

1001+ employees

B2CB2BPublishingContentSocial MediaCommunity

Be an early applicant

Salary not provided
Python
GraphQL
Java
iOS
Swift
C++
Rust
Objective-C
REST API
Mid and Senior level
Remote in UK

1001+ employees

B2CB2BPublishingContentSocial MediaCommunity

Company mission

Reddit's mission is to bring community and belonging to everyone.

Role

Who you are

  • BS degree in Computer Science, a similar technical field of study or equivalent practical experience
  • 3+ years of hands-on, professional software development experience developing user-facing iOS mobile native applications at scale, using Swift
  • Expertise in Swift and Objective-C
  • Familiarity with software engineering best practices such as unit/integration/end-to-end testing, design documents, CI/CD, A/B testing, code reviews, and documentation
  • Strong organizational skills, the ability to prioritize tasks and to deliver projects on schedule
  • Excellent communication skills. You partner effectively with teams in a fully remote environment and discuss complex topics with technical and non-technical audiences
  • Entrepreneurial spirit. You are self-directed, innovative, and biased towards action in fast-paced environments. You love to build new things and thrive in ambiguity and even failure
  • Software development experience in one or more general purpose programming languages (Java, C++, Python, Rust)
  • Knowledge about GraphQL, REST, HTTP basics, and the ability to design and implement maintainable APIs is a plus

What the job involves

  • Work cross-functionally with product, design, and other engineering counterparts to execute on product and business strategy and build novel products and features that our users will love
  • Contribute to the full development cycle: technical design, development, test, experimentation, analysis, and launch. You’ll be reviewing code and design docs, giving feedback on product specs and mocks
  • Participate with a team of thoughtful, fast-moving, and motivated engineers. Contribute to standards that improve developer workflows, recommend best practices, and help mentor junior engineers on the team to grow their technical expertise
  • Continuously learn and improve your technical and non-technical abilities

Otta's take

Sam Franklin headshot

Sam Franklin

CEO of Otta

Reddit is a website that facilitates thousands of message board communities, known as subreddits, with an aim to promote authentic human connection. There are more than 100,000 communities on Reddit, covering everything, from food, entertainment, sports, and books, to more niche topics that cater for very specific audiences.

The simple platform is used by more than 52 million people a day and attracts over 50 billion monthly views. While these are impressive numbers, they do pale in comparison with social media giants Facebook and Twitter, however, Reddit distinguishes itself by providing easy-to-find communities for a truly endless range of topics.

Reddit makes money through advertising as well as offering a premium ad-free membership plan. The company has enjoyed continuous user & revenue growth, acquisitions by Conde Nast in 2006 and Advance in 2011, and plans to launch an IPO bid in 2024.

Insights

Top investors

Some candidates hear
back within 2 weeks

57% employee growth in 12 months

Company

Funding (last 2 of 6 rounds)

Aug 2021

$410m

SERIES F

Feb 2021

$250m

SERIES E

Total funding: $1.2bn

Company benefits

  • Paid volunteer time off
  • 4+ months paid parental leave
  • Personal and professional development stipend
  • Work from home opportunities
  • Health insurance

Company values

  • Make something people love
  • Evolve
  • Work hard
  • Default open

Company HQ

SoMa, San Francisco, CA

Founders

After co-founding Reddit in 2005, they stepped away from the company to co-found Hipmunk, where they were the CTO. They returned to Reddit in 2015, and have been the CEO since.

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