At Bitly, our mission is to empower businesses to create trusted, powerful, recognizable links that maximize the impact of every digital initiative. We are also proud of our community and our culture, and we are actively looking for team members who align with our vision, mission, and values.
BitlyIQ is our new data group, and we’re looking for a client-facing Back End Engineer to complete our team. The web flows through Bitly, and we’re diving deep into our petabytes of global traffic data to come back with useful and timely insights for our customers. You’ll work with a small team of experienced engineers in either our New York or Denver office to make that happen.
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