One search on LinkedIn and you’ll see that there are more than 435 H1b jobs for Software Engineers. The positions range from entry-level to senior-level, with Charlotte, North Carolina topping the list of states with the most number of companies that are looking to hire software engineers with 25 employers. This is followed by Atlanta with 22, San Francisco with 20 and New York City with 19.
Not to mention that the job outlook for Software Engineers is looking good at 17% expected growth from 2014 to 2024. This is much faster than average, according to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics. The 2015 median pay is $100,690 per year or $48.41 per hour, so read on if you want to find out where to start.
San Mateo, California
Led by a team of four, passionate individuals with backgrounds in Google, Facebook, and Amazon, Fieldbook’s ambitious dream is to create the best tool in the world for structured data. The startup, which has already raised $2.9M to date, is backed by Pear Ventures, Accomplice VC, Steven Sinofsky, Mitch Kapor, John Collision, and Eric Ries, among its many investors.
The desired applicant should be able to tackle technicalities such as simplifying complex data transformations, creating a fluid and responsive UI, executing user code securely, and delivering real-time updates. If successful, you’ll be able to earn between $100K and $140K.
Redwood City, California
Having raised over $2 billion in the past year, GoFundMe is a world-leading fundraising site for personal causes and life events. They are currently looking for a Full Stack Software Engineer to join their team of super-talented engineers who will work together to improve their features. Aside from the visa sponsorship, a salary of $120K-$165K will be awarded to the lucky applicant.
San Francisco, California
HouseCanary uses data and analytics to predict real estate’s future, so that consumers can make better buying decisions. The company is currently seeking for a senior software engineer who will help build and manage client API integration, design and implement scalable features, and power HTML5 and iOS apps.
The ideal candidate should possess more than 5 years of software engineering experience, with advanced knowledge of Python and SQL. Someone with a proactive personality, with excellent communication skills, and the ability to work in a dynamic environment is desired. A generous compensation of $120K-$160K awaits the rightful person.
Mountain View, California
Founded by former lab mates at Stanford University, Drive.ai is a Silicon Valley start-up which aims to create AI software for self-driving vehicles. They are looking for a passionate and energetic software engineer who will help develop and create data visualization tools for autonomous driving.
To be considered, you must have strong architecture, graphics, and software programming skills. You must be skilled in Python and C++ and must be able to develop a prototype quickly. Experience in robotics, AI, computer vision, mechatronics, machine learning, and a Bachelor’s in Computer Science, Mathematics, Physics, or any related discipline are preferred.
New York City, New York
Docurated is a collaboration and knowledge-sharing platform which aims to reinvent the way your content is stored. Providing a layer over existing file systems, Docurated allows you to reuse and collaborate on your best content quickly and easily.
They are looking for a new team member who will help them solve some of the biggest enterprise problems. This person should have at least 3 years of working experience in production code, with knowledge of Java, Python, .NET, Ruby on Rails, and the like. Experience working with machine learning, distributed systems, or search technology is a must.
- December 29th, 2016
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