Zencoder is hiring a design intern

Zencoder does video encoding, as a service, in the cloud. While we solve hard technical problems – blazingly fast encoding, handling corrupt videos, massive scalability – we also care deeply about user experience. We are funded by Y Combinator, top angel investors, and a growing customer base.

We’re looking for a design intern to help us with design and HTML/CSS work.

The opportunity

  • Work with a great team building a growing product that customers love
  • You will work with our founding team to help improve our current visuals (our app, our blog, our docs, our sales site), and to work on new design projects as they come up (fun projects in the works)
  • Two of our founders are designers, so you’ll have a chance to work alongside a few other skilled designers
  • Location is not critical, but being in Los Angeles, Minneapolis, Madison, or San Francisco is a perk
  • Initially, this is a part-time hourly job, but it could turn into something FT for the right candidate

What we’re looking for

  • You must already be a skilled visual designer, with good web experience
  • You must also be proficient in HTML and CSS
  • Other skills (Flash, Javascript, backend programming, SEO, video) optional, but might come in handy
  • You should be ready to start immediately, more or less

To apply, email <jobs at zencoder dot com>. Be sure to include: specific examples of your work, both design and html/css; your location; work history; and anything else you think will help us evaluate you.

  • http://www.jqueryin.com Corey Ballou

    I'm thoroughly pleased with the product these guys deliver and the service they provide. The development firm I work for had recently pitched using Zencoder on a project to avoid any video encoding issues the client may have encountered. We did this to avoid rolling our own ffmpeg console solution. They have been very attentive to the whole development process and have, on numerous occasions, sent out their own support tickets to the end user when errors occurred in the setup of the FTP server (for video storage) and file permissions were awry.

    Great work guys. Your hard work hasn't gone unnoticed.

  • jondahl

    Thanks, Corey!

  • http://www.jqueryin.com Corey Ballou

    I’m thoroughly pleased with the product these guys deliver and the service they provide. The development firm I work for had recently pitched using Zencoder on a project to avoid any video encoding issues the client may have encountered. We did this to avoid rolling our own ffmpeg console solution. They have been very attentive to the whole development process and have, on numerous occasions, sent out their own support tickets to the end user when errors occurred in the setup of the FTP server (for video storage) and file permissions were awry.

    Great work guys. Your hard work hasn’t gone unnoticed.

  • http://zencoder.com Jon Dahl

    Thanks, Corey!

  • http://www.kaltechsolutions.com Kaltech Solutions

    We used Zencoder to our company clients. Simply superb tool to use.

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