Los Angeles, , United States
From individual developers to the largest names in mobile apps and games, MoPub’s customers span the globe and generate tens of billions of ad requests a day across more than 30,000 apps (and growing). These businesses trust the MoPub SDK and publisher product offering to seamlessly power their advertising business needs and allow them to produce. We have a large, global footprint - our open-source library is installed on more than 1 billion devices each month, which allows exposure to advertisers, including those that advertise on Twitter, at scale.
What You’ll Do:
As a part of MoPub’s SDK team, you will join a passionate engineering team working on our Unity SDK directly driving publisher revenue. Among other projects, you will have the unique opportunity to enhance and define new product areas in the ad space that will significantly expand MoPub’s reach in the Unity platform. You will work closely with product managers, designers, and other engineers to build and maintain a robust, reliable, and easy-to-use library. You will use and adapt with the latest changes in Unity (alongside Android and iOS engineers) to build ad products with an eye towards performance and respect for app developers and end users. Like all engineers on the team, you will enjoy proactively looking for improvements to our product’s architecture and UX/UI, as well as any process that exist within our team.
4+ years experience with Unity SDK (C#) and the mobile app ecosystem
Strong software engineering practices (e.g. coding, unit testing, code reviews, design documentation)
BS, MS, or PhD in Computer Science or similar technical field, or equivalent work experience.
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