TVision Insights is a ‘hyper-growth’ television attention measurement company pioneering the way brands, their agencies, TV networks and OTT platforms determine the true value of their video content and advertising. The company’s core technology uses data science and motion capture technology to passively assess eyes on screen, the single most accurate way to measure person-level engagement with video content. Founded by two MIT alumni, TVision Insights is a venture-backed company headquartered in Boston, MA with offices in New York and Tokyo.
Our growth and innovation have been recognized by The New York Times, Advertising Age, AdWeek, MediaPost, and Forbes. We are musicians, marathon runners, data geeks, engineers, and lovers of all things media and technology. Join us!
As a key member of the development team, you will have the principal responsibility for the software that runs on the computers that are deployed in thousands of households and other Out of Home locations. This software implements TVision’s computer vision and audio signal processing algorithms, and communicates with our back-end servers to report the analyzed data. It is also responsible for device management and monitoring. These computers are currently running Windows, but we are actively working on moving to a Linux platform.
You will help us realize research-level computer vision algorithms as efficient, field-reliable code, and find new ways to take accurate measurements of consumer behavior in the wild. You will also help the development team build the rest of TVision's operational and data processing suite. You will lead a team of software engineers, and will be instrumental in growing this team with some of the best talent.
You can easily switch between Windows and non-Windows development environments. You are as comfortable writing systems code in C++ as you are in writing higher level code in Python or Scala. You have worked in AWS in the past, and have contributed to implementing and deploying services and APIs within AWS. You enjoy learning new technologies and programming languages, and have at least explored one or more functional languages in the past.
Qualifications and Skills
Communication and Culture