Do you have a passion for making a positive impact in society? Do you want to leverage your skills to build products which give people the power to build communities? On the Philanthropy Engineering team at Bloomberg, you will get a unique opportunity to build products from ground up for our global workforce. Our employees are core to our success, and we're striving to provide a unique and personalized experience for them to engage in philanthropic activities.
The corporate Philanthropy & Engagement program at Bloomberg inspires the next generation of leaders through a diverse range of mentoring and education initiatives. Bloomberg Philanthropies’ unique data-driven approach to global change grows out of Mike Bloomberg’s experience as an entrepreneur and a champion of innovation.
We are building out a suite of products using a combination of third party cloud vendors and in house technologies to scale to meet the demands of global employees & the philanthropy administrative teams.
Our goal is to improve the velocity of operations and admin teams by enhancing the self-service tools and giving them more control. We are passionate about high-quality user interfaces, and enjoy working in a fast-paced, dynamic environment alongside other exceptional people.
We’ll trust you to:
- Leverage your technical expertise to architect and implement critical services
- Work collaboratively within the team and across functions to drive the design and implementation of new product features, from inception through to production
You'll need to have:
- 3+ years of coding experience in Python or C# and an interest to learn new languages
- Experience with web services API integration (REST or SOAP)
- Familiarity with SQL Server or PostgreSQL databases
- Strong communication skills
- Passion for solving problems for end users
We'd love to see:
- Experience in designing and building successful customer facing applications
- Experience in AngularJS or ReactJS
- Familiarity in Agile methodologies like Scrum and Kanban, using Jira
Requisition No. 64665