Supporting Cast is seeking a mid- to senior-level UI engineer to help build an industry-leading platform for premium audio content creators and consumers. You’ll be joining a small team of developers, so you will have major influence on our tech stack, our rapidly evolving product, and future hiring. Working here provides the dynamic excitement of a startup and the stability and competitive compensation of an established employer.
Candidates located in New York City, D.C., or the Raleigh/Durham, North Carolina, area are preferred, but we will consider candidates from any location.
For this position, we are looking for someone with both design and front-end skills. If you are more familiar with one but interested in learning the other, you should consider applying.
We are looking for someone who is great at problem-solving and working with people. If you don’t know all of the technologies listed above, don’t hesitate to apply.
Supporting Cast enables podcasters and audiobook publishers to launch podcast subscription programs and sell premium audio content that listeners can access through their podcast apps. Created by Slate following the success of Slate Plus, we now work with some of the largest podcasters and audiobook publishers in the industry.
As an internal startup, our small team is very much part of Slate’s warm, inclusive, and unique business culture. Slate has a history of successful internal startups, having previously spun off Social Code and Megaphone as successful independent companies.
Slate is committed to excellence through diversity, which involves attracting talented people from diverse backgrounds and traditions. We encourage everyone to apply. If you require a reasonable accommodation during the application and selection process, please let us know. We will do what we can to meet your needs.
To apply, please send an email to email@example.com with the subject line “Supporting Cast UI Engineer.” Please include your résumé, your website, and a few paragraphs on why you’re qualified for the position. We strongly encourage you to include links to recent work or blog posts explaining your process.