Do you want to be part of shaping the live sports experience of tomorrow?
Sports team is part of Schibsted’s Media Product & Technology division and responsible for VG Live and Aftonbladet Målservice services, as well as Sports data API platform. VG Live holds a leading position for live scores and statistics in Norway, serving more than 600 000 users on major match days. Aftonbladet Målservice is aiming for a similar position in Sweden.
Here is a taste of what you would be able to work on:
Build resilient Node.js services consuming third-party APIs
Massage, transform and store all-things-sports data using loosely-coupled microservice architecture based on SNS/SQS, PostgreSQL and Redis.
Design, document, operate and evolve general-purpose and BFF APIs using Hapi and Joi.
Deliver instant push updates to tens of thousands of browsers and our mobile app using Websockets and MQTT.
Build frontend React components to be used both internally and externally by other teams in Schibsted.
Use Kubernetes via AWS EKS to deploy and orchestrate a microservice fleet.
Your daily agenda will include not just writing the maintainable and well-tested code — you’d work closely with our Product Manager and UX manager, take part in feature and architectural discussions and brainstorming meetings, join virtual pair-programming sessions, help our stakeholders in the newspapers to get the best possible match coverage.
What will make you a great candidate?
You value feature-rich products and happy users.
You appreciate effective solutions over workarounds.
You can express your thoughts clearly and objectively regardless of the medium: at a whiteboard, in Slack or a PR review.
You don’t shy away from operating the system you have built.
Hands-on with Node.js and React.
Strong proficiency with modern EcmaScript.
Experience with RDBMS (PostgreSQL or similar) and NoSQL databases.
Understanding the nature of asynchronous programming, its good and bad parts.
Hands-on expertise with building (and consuming!) scalable APIs.
Experience in designing and developing loosely coupled microservice architectures.
Basic understanding of security principles.
What we offer:
10% of working hours to be spent on personal development (typically every other Friday).
Conference budget for both external and internal conferences.
2 extra vacation days (27 in total).
Great pension scheme.
Excellent equipment with a choice of laptop (Mac, Windows or Linux) and mobile phone (iPhone or Android).
Central location of office in downtown Oslo, right beside the Stortinget and five minutes walking distance from Oslo S.
Buffet lunch served every day for a discounted price.
International work environment.
Learn and develop within Learning Lab
5000 fantastic colleagues in over 4 countries
Empowering body and mind with Schibsted Life
Career opportunities within the Schibsted family
We embrace diversity
Work with products that matter in peoples lives
Personlig utveckling och lärande inom Learning Lab
Var del av en mångfaldig, inkluderande arbetsplats
Karriärmöjligheter inom Schibstedfamiljen
5000 fantastiska kollegor i fyra länder
Schibsted Life erbjuder fysisk och mental träning
Jobba med välkända produkter och tjänster
Personlig utvikling og læring i Learning Lab
Bli del av mangfoldig, inkluderende arbeidsplass
Karrieremuligheter i Schibstedfamilien
Mer enn 4500 fantastiske kollegaer i 4 land
Styrke kropp og sinn med Schibsted Life
Jobb med anerkjente produkter og tjenester
Schibsted is a family of digital brands with a strong Nordic position, and more than 5,000 employees. Millions of people interact with our companies every day through our leading online marketplaces, world-class media houses. We also help new promising businesses grow. Our joint mission of empowering people in their daily lives is rooted in the values of our media heritage and a legacy of bold change. At our best, we are a fearless force for change in a society built on trust and transparency.
Data & Tech is a central product and tech unit that serves all of Schibsted. We are about 250+ people in Oslo, Stockholm, and Krakow, and collaborate closely with other product and tech teams in all units in Schibsted. Areas of responsibilities include data & technology strategy, privacy/data trends/responsible data & machine learning, information security, and internal IT.
1839Christian Schibsted founds a Printing House.
1860Aftenposten is established, soon becoming a favoured and trusted media channel.
1966Schibsted acquires VG
1996Schibsted buys Aftonbladet, today the primary news source in Sweden.
1998Schibsted acquires Svenska Dagbladet, one of Sweden’s leading national quality newspapers.
2000Finn.no is founded. The marketplace has been enormously popular in Norway ever since.
2003Blocket is acquired. Today the number one marketplace in Sweden.
2005 – 2008Schibsted Growth starts investing in various digital brands.
2006The international expansion of Schibsted classified business is starting.
2009Fædrelandsvennen, Bergens Tidende and Stavanger Aftenblad are fully incorporated in Schibsted.
2009-2019Schibsted Growth expands the portfolio, by 2019 it consists of more than 20 brands.
2019Adevinta is listed at Oslo Børs. Schibsted’s international Marketplaces is spun off into a separate company.
1839Christian Schibsted grundar tryckeriet Schibsted Förlag
1860Aftenposten etableras och blir snabbt en prioriterad och betrodd mediekanal
1966Schibsted köper VG
1996Schibsted köper Aftonbladet, Sveriges primära nyhetskälla idag
1998Schibsted köper Svenska Dagbladet, en av Sveriges ledande nyhetstidningar
2000Finn.no grundas. Norges mest besökta marknadsplats.
2003Blocket förvärvas. Den dominerande marknadsplatsen i Sverige idag.
2005 - 2008Schibsted Growth börjar investera i digitala bolag
2006Den internationella expansionen av Schibsted Classified startar
2009Bergens Tidende, Stavanger Aftenblad och Fædrelandsvennen blir helt integrerade i Schibsted
2009 - 2019Schibsted Growth utökar portföljen som vid 2019 består av över 20 bolag
2019Adevinta listas på den norska börsen. Schibsted’s internationella marknadsplatser etableras som ett eget bolag.