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Muck Rack

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  • 🇺🇸 United States

Senior Fullstack Engineer, Marketing

We’re looking for a collaborative and experienced senior full-stack engineer, marketing to join our growth marketing team and make a big impact.

As a senior full-stack engineer, marketing, you’ll work in close partnership with marketing, engineering, product, design, analytics, and leadership to implement marketing-led web initiatives across the platforms and tools that we use. This can include anything from migrating existing web pages into Wagtail CMS to building an entire content library platform from scratch to rebuilding web pages with our newly refreshed branding and much more.

Our tech stack includes Python, Django, Wagtail CMS, Vue.js, SCSS, Webpack, Celery, MySQL, Elasticsearch, Jest, Playwright, and more. Our technology team is focused on scale, quality, delivery, and thoughtful customer experience. We ship frequently without sacrificing work/life balance.

To be set up for success in this role, you’ll need to have:

  • 3+ years total professional experience as a software engineer, preferably in marketing-related web projects

  • Proficiency with Django or a similar web framework

  • Proficiency with Wagtail or a similar content management system (CMS)

  • Proficiency with modern frontend frameworks like Vue.js or React

  • Proficiency with HTML, CSS, and JavaScript

  • Familiarity with data analytics and measurement platforms that enable rapid experimentation (e.g A/B testing, conversion rate optimization, user behavior tracking, traffic analytics)

If any of the below also describe you, this could be an exciting opportunity:

  • Self-starter: you are proactive about learning a new tech stack, identifying new opportunities to drive business goals and improve user experience, and breaking down large technical projects into manageable tasks

  • CMS literate: you are comfortable leveraging content management systems like Wagtail CMS to build great editorial and end user experiences

  • Detail-oriented: you can build high quality, visually consistent, and performant web pages that closely align with company branding and expectations from leadership, and that achieve our marketing goals

  • Collaborative: you can work closely with non-technical colleagues to understand problems, recommend solutions, and carry out those solutions in a timely fashion

In addition, we’re always looking for candidates who:

  • Have excellent communication skills, with an ability to explain ideas clearly, give and receive feedback, and foster a good rapport with teammates

  • Take pride in the quality of their code (Your code should be readable, testable, and understandable years later. You adhere to the Zen of Python.)

  • Work well in a fast-paced development environment with testing, continuous integration and multiple daily deploys

  • Have the ability to manage complexity in a large project, and incur technical debt only after considering the tradeoffs

  • Take a logical approach to problem solving that combines analytical thinking and intuition

  • Have an interest in journalism, news, media or social media

Interview Overview

Below you'll find an outline of the interview plan for this role. Please note that this is what we expect the process to look like; we may ask you for supplemental information or require an additional step before making a final decision.

  • 30 min interview with a member of our Talent Team

  • 45 min interview with the hiring manager

  • Take-home coding assignment (2 hours max)

  • 30 minute code review discussion

  • Two 30 min peer panel interviews

  • Two final 30 min executive interviews


The starting salary for this role is between $131,000-$152,000, depending on skills and experience. We take a geo-neutral approach to compensation within the US, meaning that we pay based on job function and level, not location. For all other countries, we have competitive pay bands based on market standards.