Eventbrite Jobs in San Francisco, CA

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27 days ago

Senior Software Engineer - Architecture

Eventbrite San Francisco, CA

Our ideal candidate has a deep understanding of engineering for the web, and has previous experience helping a rapidly growing website or service… Eventbrite


30+ days ago

Category Marketing Manager - Demand Generation

Eventbrite San Francisco, CA

In this role, you’ll be part of a team responsible for lead and pipeline generation in our key event categories. You will develop strategies and… Eventbrite


30+ days ago

Principal Software Engineer - Growth Engineering

Eventbrite San Francisco, CA

• Own user growth initiatives such as segment analysis, customer acquisition, activation, and lifetime value. • Be responsible for conceiving new… Eventbrite


30+ days ago

Senior Manager, Global Payroll

Eventbrite San Francisco, CA

At Eventbrite, we’re passionate about building technology that brings people together around live experiences of all kinds. So we’re developing the… Eventbrite


5 days ago

Lead Technical Support Specialist

Eventbrite San Francisco, CA

Customer Experience is central to the success of Eventbrite. Our global team spans SF, Nashville, London, and Mendoza. We’re tasked with ensuring… Eventbrite


30+ days ago

Senior Mobile Software Engineer - iOS

Eventbrite San Francisco, CA

You should know Objective-C and the iPhone SDK inside out, and also be ready to work on and learn new platforms as they emerge. Any experience with… Eventbrite


30+ days ago

Sales Development Representative

Eventbrite San Francisco, CA

Whether you have cold-calling experience or you are a recent grad, we are looking to bring new team members into the role at all levels. We are… Eventbrite


9 days ago

VP of Design

Eventbrite San Francisco, CA

We believe in sweating the details, from pixel precision to the edge cases a customer might face. We inspire each other to be the best designers and… Eventbrite


30+ days ago

Senior Data Engineer - Discovery

Eventbrite San Francisco, CA

• Own user growth initiatives such as segment analysis, customer acquisition, activation, and lifetime value. • Be responsible for conceiving new… Eventbrite


20 days ago

Associate UI Designer

Eventbrite San Francisco, CA

As an Associate UI Designer, you will help define and enhance the Eventbrite experience for the customers using our product every day. Your goal will… Eventbrite


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    Good for junior staff looking to get experience, others might want to think twice.

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    Former Employee - Senior Software Engineer in San Francisco, CA
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    Pros

    - Founders and management were all really cool and approachable.
    - Vacation policy was pretty awesome (possibly the best perk there)
    - Engineering mostly moved at a pretty good pace compared to other companies.
    - Engineering leadership were smart and qualified for their jobs (which is always nice).

    Cons

    - The business domain of online ticketing isn't as cool in 2015 as it was when Eventbrite was founded and Eventbrite is no longer a startup or a disruptor. Eventbrite is a peacetime company now. For me, this was a con.
    - Probably the most frugal company in all of San Francisco. If you're used to dual Apple monitors and frequent company outings, this isn't the place for you.
    - Lots of major Kool-aid drinkers across the entire company.
    - Python and Django as the hammer to every nail.
    - Some engineering teams would frequently shoot themselves in the foot by hiring very junior staff that required LOTS of training during periods where resources were insanely stretched thin. Which is great for the Jr staff, but bad for employees that have equity in the company.
    - Architecture was the concern of an oligarchy called the "architecture team". Do you have experience with software design and SOAs? Too bad if you're not on that team.
    - "No" as the knee-jerk reaction to most requests asked of Ops. Which is common to most companies, but worth mentioning that Eventbrite Ops is no different.

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