Who is Litmus?
At Litmus we build cutting edge tools to help email marketers. We're used by over 60,000 email marketers all around the world and have partnerships with the best in the industry including MailChimp, Campaign Monitor, Experian and more.
What would I do at Litmus?
It's simple. We have too many ideas. We want to try them all and add features to our existing products all while continuing to provide amazing support to our growing customer base.
We're looking for .NET developers to help expand our product line, improve our existing products and help build the next generation of Litmus tools.
A typical day for one of our developers might include building a new feature in C# and pushing it to our staging servers, then hacking on some Android code to fix a bug, and finally pushing an update to our 1000+ servers running on AWS.
Why should I choose Litmus?
We offer everything you'd expect from a financially successfully and fully profitable startup.
What are you looking for in a candidate?
You should have a strong understanding of C# and .NET, we won't limit to x years experience, but you should be able to impress us with your C# app building skills. We're happy to introduce you to the plethora of other technologies we use.
Still unsure? We have our own ideas about why Litmus is a great place to work. But why not let some of our talented 15 person team tell you in their own words:
"Aside from software architecture and syntax, there hasn't been a task that I have begun that I have known how to do. It is a constant learning experience and we often times find ourselves building things that have never been built before." Justin, C# Developer
"We're in charge of our own future and aren't beholden by a board, investors or anyone else. I feel like the people I work for care more for our customers and their employees than most other companies do." Justine, Marketing
"Super cool office! - Our office is amazing and we do a lot of cool things here. Kinect + beer fridays + fun :) It's also easy to get to and a great location." Danielle, Support
"Everyone. Gives. A. Shit. (about the tech, the products, the customers, each other). Trust and ownership are important here. We build products that scratch our own itch. We experiment, we celebrate (big things (like throwing a launch party), and small (beers at the end of the week)). Oh, and there's no red tape, bullshit posturing, timecards or org charts!" Eddie, Ruby Developer
"The "founders" are in the thick of it. Also, the collective responsibility, I feel like I could rely on any team member for help." James, Account Manager