React Native Engineer (SquadQL)

Job description

Overview 

We are looking for a React Native engineer with a history of working on and shipping mobile products. You will work alongside our current native engineer to transition our season long fantasy football product - SquadQL  - to React Native, and ship a version 2.0 of the app for fantasy baseball. 


Term/Compensation

- Market rate salary

- Generous equity


Company overview

RotoQL is a B2C sports analytics business that is currently on a $2.33 million dollar annual run rate (i.e. $194K MRR).


The meteoric rise of fantasy sports and betting has transformed fans from passive to active participants in sports. This massive shift in consumer behavior has resulted in an unquenchable thirst for "smart" sports data and analytics -- a void completely overlooked by slow moving incumbents like ESPN. At RotoQL, we are building the Waze for sports by helping consumers navigate the complicated world of fantasy and betting through community-based data. Our mission is to be the must-have sports data platform for sports fans worldwide.


Starting with daily fantasy sports, we grew our seminal product, RotoQL, into an over two million dollar run rate subscription business in 24 months. This NFL season marked the launch of our second product, SquadQL, to connect with North America's 57 million season-long fantasy fans. We have acquired over 100,000 users across these products and thousands of paying customers. Our ambitions include launching a tool for sports betting, BetQL, in 2018.


We have raised $1.7 million to date from Boston Seed Capital (DraftKings' first investor), David Stern, Karlani Capital (early FanDuel investor), FOX Sports executive, the owner of VegasInsider and more. 

Requirements

  • BS/MS in Computer Science or equivalent 
  • 3+ years working in mobile development, including 1+ years with React Native
  • Plus if you have personally shipped app(s) to the App Store/Google Play
  • Experience working with RESTful APIs
  • Proficiency in Git, writing test cases and performing code reviews