Would you like to work for a well-funded Silicon Valley startup? We are building fantastic tools for scholarly publishers and academic libraries using the latest and greatest technologies. If you love the challenge of building unique solutions for a range of new products and you are also passionate about coding, we want to meet you. You should be comfortable in a fast paced environment, where jobs evolve quickly with new opportunities. We offer a competitive compensation package and a very attractive work environment.
Skills & Requirements
Experience in a fast-paced engineering environment.
Solid written and verbal communication skills.
Can be autonomous and self-driven.
A track record of solving problems and getting things done.
CS degree and experience with fundamentals of data structures, algorithm design and data architecture.
Strong proficiency with algorithms and data structures.
Experience with optimizing, and debugging for performance.
Solid Java programming skills.
Good knowledge of MongoDB and / or ElasticSearch. Knowledge of other NOSQL databases is a plus.
Familiarity with Unix / Linux.
Experience with cloud environments is a plus.
Being comfortable with big data & machine learning techniques is a plus.
RedLink has a unique perspective on how data can be used to help academic publishers, editors, and libraries save time, engage readers, and streamline collaborations. RedLink’s innovative solutions cut across platforms and help to unite the scholarly ecosystem.
RedLink Network is our free service to libraries and publishers, allowing them to connect and collaborate to resolve access and support issues with a community-driven offering. Libraries can also retrieve usage reports via our SUSHI service, which publishers and platforms can use to eliminate load on their content delivery services. RedLink Network is a public benefit company.
RedLink’s analytics products include Library Dashboard, Consortia Dashboard, and Publisher Dashboard.
RedLink SiteLeads® lets publishers identify previously unknown sources of traffic at the institutional level, providing data to help start and close the sales process.
Remarq® from RedLink is an editorial engagement product that decentralizes the scholarly collaboration network so that publishers can have these features on their sites, on their terms.
Other new products are in development.
Users of RedLink products gain new customer insights with less effort, maintain access for their constituents, and plan with more confidence.