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Senior Software Engineer
If you are a highly talented professional who wants to advance your career within a leading web 2.0 company, we would like to hear from you! This position is based in San Francisco, CA.
The Area: Product
The Product Engineering team is responsible for designing, developing and maintaining hi5�s suite of next generation social applications. Product Engineers deal both with creating highly usable interfaces as well as tackling complex problems of scale as we evolve our product. Our Product Engineers are excellent problem solvers and are passionate about building great software for an audience of millions of users every day.
The Role: Senior Software Engineer
As a Senior Software Engineer at hi5, you will be responsible for the following:
Design and code high-volume software primarily using Java.
� B.S. Computer Science or related field.
� Several years of software development experience.
� Expertise in Java and/or C++.
� Knowledge of relational databases and SQL.
� Enthusiasm for solving difficult problems.
� Passion for developing great user interfaces.
Experience in end-to-end java web application development.
Experience developing high-volume server applications.
Launched in early 2004, hi5 is one of the largest social networks in the world with over 35 million active members. Each day, millions of people around the globe repeatedly visit hi5 to stay connected with friends, share photos of their experiences, and discover the latest news. Today, the service is offered in nine languages, serves as the #1 site in 7 countries, a top 10 site in more than 30 countries across the world, and the #1 social networking service for the global Spanish-speaking audience.
hi5 offers an upbeat work atmosphere and the opportunity to influence the way people connect to the world. You will be working with an exceptional team and receive a competitive salary with benefits. The company raised $250,000 from investors in February 2003, reached profitability in late 2004, and raised $20 million from Mohr Davidow in July 2007.