SeatGeek is the leading mobile-focused ticket platform that enables fans to buy and sell tickets for sports, concert, and theater events. With industry-leading mobile ticketing apps, a fan-friendly user experience and its proprietary Deal Score™ technology that helps fans identify the best ticket values on offer for a given event, SeatGeek is transforming the way that fans buy and sell tickets to their favorite events. SeatGeek also works directly with teams to power their ticketing technology through its primary ticketing platform, SeatGeek Open, which uses the power of open distribution to enable ticket buying experiences across the open web. SeatGeek is the Official Ticketing Partner of Major League Soccer, working closely with the league to develop and introduce a new integrated ticketing platform for member clubs.
By day, we're a group of talented developers, designers, marketers, and businessfolk working together to build something new and different. But we are also fans and live event junkies of every kind: diehard sports fans, passionate concert-goers, sophisticated theater enthusiasts. From our lives outside the office and within, we all have interesting stories to tell. What's yours?
We're a tech startup to the core
Our team is small and agile, and we're keenly focused on building a great user experience.
We stay focused
Red tape, office politics and buzzword-driven development are not allowed.
We're religiously analytical
That's why we built and open-sourced our own A/B testing software.
The first step of the interview process with SeatGeek involves a video interview (via Google hangout) with a member of our engineering team. The purpose of the interview is to get to know you a bit better and tell you more about SeatGeek. We will likely ask a few questions about your technical background, what technologies/languages you have used, etc.
After the initial video screen you may be asked to complete a coding challenge or to submit a code sample.
The next step of the interview process is a technical video interview with another member of our engineering team. We typically share screens and do some online coding problems.
The final stage of the process is an in-person interview. You will get a chance to meet with various members of our team on your interview day!