Kargo, the premier Mobile Publisher Network, is looking to add a full-time Integration Engineer to our growing team. Helping our publishers monetize and creatively display their inventory is an important part of what we do as a company, and devising solutions for launching new and exciting products at scale is tough work. As our Integration Engineer, you drive our integration strategies and work with our publishers to ease the technical woes surrounding ad and product integrations.
Kargo delivers innovative advertising experiences and integrated marketing opportunities across Kargo’s proprietary network of major media mobile websites, native applications and messaging campaigns. Kargo leverages its relationships with carriers, App storefronts and handset manufacturers to accelerate the overall growth and monetization of its audience across its major media brand properties.
If interested, please email your resume to email@example.com with Integration Engineer in the subject line, as well as any relevant previous work you have done. Also, please tell us a little about yourself. We’re looking forward to hearing from you!
Assist publishers in integration with Kargo’s products while providing advanced technical support throughout the process to identify, diagnose, and resolve issues.
Learn the ins and outs of our SDKs and work with our team of engineers to make them easier to integrate and more compatible with a wide array of mobile devices.
Develop test plans, document issues, and gather publisher FAQs in order to streamline the integration process for future publishers.
At times, the issues you’ll come across will be extremely difficult to resolve, and it’s likely you’ll have more than one thrown at you at the same time.
Kargo is a fun and fast-paced startup environment where everyone wears multiple hats. As such, every day won’t be your standard 9-5, and we may need you at off-hours.
Whether you use Firebug, Chrome’s built-in Developer Tools, Charles Web Debugging Proxy, Fiddler, or Wireshark (or preferably, a combination), you’ll need to be able to adapt your skillset to diagnose difficult issues that would leave your everyday web developers scratching their heads.
Some of our SDKs are built for iOS and Android devices, so if you’ve got Objective-C or Java experience, that’s even better.