Senior iOS Engineer, Community Governance

Reddit, San Francisco

Reddit is an American social news aggregation, web content rating, and discussion website.

“The front page of the internet,” Reddit is a place for community, conversation, and connection with over 430 million users worldwide.

Mobile users are more than half of Reddit’s traffic, and we are looking to invest in innovation within the Reddit app. We are looking to launch new products that will continue to bring conversation and community to hundreds of millions of users. 

We're passionate about developing scalable, well-designed software that improves people’s lives globally. We want you to join our team and help build the future of Reddit!


  • You will drive new features for Reddit from end to end though prototyping, validation, implementation, launch, and further iteration.
  • Take ownership of features and areas of the app that will impact millions of users.
  • Working alongside an excellent, cross-functional team, you will build delightful products and experiences for millions.
  • Craft the direction of future mobile products at Reddit.
  • Collaborate with Product and Design teams to imagine and innovate new experiences.


  • Experience building at least one amazing iOS app with a team from start to shipment.
  • Strong software engineering background
  • You love the challenges of building data intensive, highly responsive, and fault tolerant apps in the constrained environment of a smartphone
  • You have a willingness to buck the trends and learn new ways to build software. You're always devising faster and more effective ways to build

About Reddit

Founded by Steve Huffman and Alexis Ohanian in 2005, Reddit is an online community where users submit, vote, and comment on content, news, and discussions. Nicknamed "the front page of the internet," Reddit is one of the top ten sites in the United States (source: Alexa), with hundreds of millions of users each month on desktop, mobile web, and our official Android/iOS apps. 

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