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HR Director

Bleacher Report San Francisco, CA

We are seeking an HR Director to help drive the success of one of Turner Broadcasting's leading digital businesses, Bleacher Report. Bleacher Report… Beyond.com


2 days ago

Software Engineer (Ruby on Rails) – new

Bleacher Report San Francisco, CA

Bleacher Report is one of the five largest sports media sites on the Web and one of the most exciting startups in San Francisco. We are a… Beyond.com


6 days ago

Front-end Engineer

Bleacher Report San Francisco, CA

• Produce lean, semantic markup and CSS based on mock-ups from a visual designer • Work with other software engineers to integrate your layout and… Bleacher Report


6 days ago

Senior Front-end Engineer

Bleacher Report San Francisco, CA

• Produce lean, semantic markup and CSS based on mock-ups from a visual designer • Write efficient and re-usable JavaScript components • Work… Bleacher Report


6 days ago

Backend Engineer - Mid/Snr

Bleacher Report San Francisco, CA

• Maintain the main BleacherReport.com application (Rails, jQuery) • Help build our new service oriented architecture • Work closely with the… Bleacher Report


6 days ago

Visual Product Designer

Bleacher Report San Francisco, CA

• Have a solid understanding of web standards & the engineering feasibility of proposed designs. You don't have to be an expert programmer, but you… Bleacher Report


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    Not the place for aspiring sportswriters

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    Pros

    You get a byline on everything you write, which, theoretically, leads to great exposure.

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    At the end of the day, you're simply being used to generate content and attract page hits. There really isn't opportunity to advance within the structure they have set up.

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