Not a football fanatic? No problem. At PFF, our talented developers, designers and tech leaders spend their days revolutionizing how coaches and teams leverage data for better performance on the field. Major media outlets and everyday fans rely on our data, too. We’re looking for new team members who enjoy solving big, intriguing data problems within a creative and agile work environment.
You’ll help build tools that allow pro and college coaches to interact with our huge proprietary data sets in any way they want. Collaborate on creative data visualization and work directly with domain experts (those football fanatics!). As PFF continues to grow, you’ll dive into the full product development process and enjoy real influence without corporate red tape.
Our team members are smart, thoughtful and hard-working. (You should be, too.) We value craftsmanship and collaboration. Delivery is important, but we take the time to do things the right way. Since PFF is 10+ years old and profitable, we offer the perfect sweet spot between big company stability and small company ingenuity.
As a full stack web developer, you’ll work as part of a cross-disciplinary, self-managed tech team to deliver first-class software solutions that help power PFF’s growth. You’re self-motivated, collaborative and able to operate effectively at every stage of the software development process. We work in Elixir and Phoenix, but it’s OK if you’re new to these as long as you have experience with another high-level programming language and the desire to learn. PFF is based in Cincinnati, but we’re open to full-time or part-time remote work for the right candidate. You’ll report directly to the CTO.
We'd love to talk with candidates who have some of the following:
PFF analyzes every player and every play of every game to deliver player grades, stats, and rankings for the NFL, fantasy football, and NFL Draft. In other words, we’re big data for football.
As the market leader, we supply data to all 32 NFL teams, 85 NCAA FBS teams, NBC, FOX, CBS, ESPN, and NFL Network among others. Oh, and our majority owner is NBC football analyst and former pro player Cris Collinsworth.
More about the company at: pff.com
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