- $95,660.00 -139,760.00/year*
1103 Market St
Metadata Software Engineer
The CoMPASS (Comcast Metadata Products and Search Services) team is building a world-class API platform for delivering entertainment metadata to Comcast's array of new television, web, and mobile products. We are looking for talented software engineers who want to work on a sophisticated system to join our awesome team in downtown Philadelphia.
The Position: Software Engineer
The software engineer on our team is involved in many phases of the development cycle, from requirements gathering to implementation, test, and deployment. You are the kind of person who can understand a sometimes-open-ended product description and translate it into great code.
We are primarily building backend web services that are used for ingesting, synthesizing, and delivering large amounts of data to our clients. As such they need to be highly scalable and reliable.
If you think you have what it takes please contact us!
* Superior knowledge of Object-Oriented design and patterns
* Proficiency with Java
* Good communication skills: verbal, written, listening
* UNIX, Linux, or Mac background
* Understanding of or desire to learn Java code / JVM performance tuning
* Knowledge of SQL and/or NoSQL databases (e.g. MongoDB)
* Experience with HTTP/REST and writing web services
* Experience with systems monitoring (e.g. Grafana, Splunk Dashboard/Alerting)
* Familiarity with a scripting language
* Experience with data modeling in the entertainment domain
* Familiarity with current trends and technologies around the social web
* Bachelor's Degree or Equivalent
* Generally requires 5-7 years related experience
Comcast is an EOE/Veterans/Disabled/LGBT employer
Associated topics: .net, application, c++, developer, devops, java, sdet, software developer, software development engineer, sw
* The salary listed in the header is an estimate based on salary data for similar jobs in the same area. Salary or compensation data found in the job description is accurate.
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