Nosh is changing the way in which restaurants operate their dining rooms and interact with their diners. We're a small team obsessed with using big data to improve operational efficiencies, drive revenues, and elevate the dining experience in the most cost effective way possible. At our core we are a passionate above all else about what we do. We love our restaurant partners and they love the industry defining ways in which we are innovating the restaurant technology space. Think of Nosh like an iceberg, what you see is only 10% of what we've got going on. So if you're interested in the problems our products are already solving, you're going to love what we've got planned. Interested? Check out the open positions below and send us a note. We'd love to hear from you.
We're looking for awesome software engineers who want to build the future of restaurant technology. We
have to work to do across the system: frontend web design in CSS/JS/HTML; web backend in Python
on AppEngine; mobile apps for iOS and Android; and telephony backend in C, C++ and Python. We're
looking for engineers who are excited to help with each of those, whether they're fresh out of school and
looking to learn, a long-time veteran, or somewhere in between. Our engineers play a key role in product
development, from concept to launch, so be ready to bring your creative ideas to the table.
Here's what we're looking for:
Nosh is seeking an experienced iOS developer to join our mobile engineering team. Our iOS developers are responsible for keeping our products simple and making our users faster and smarter by giving them seamless experiences. At Nosh we value design, user experience, and accuracy. If it's not beautiful, reliable, and magical, we won't ship it. We're looking for people who share our values, particularly if you have the passion to simplify the world of mobile. In addition to the Software Engineer requirements above, you have:
Want to help us build the next generation of our Android applications? Nosh is hiring passionate Android developers to re-invent the world of mobile. As part of Nosh's mobile engineering team you will help architect, build, iterate and manage our broad set of mobile application and website products. We value design, user experience, and accuracy. If it's not beautiful, reliable, and magical, we won't ship it. In addition to the Software Engineer requirements above, you have:
Looking for a telephony / network engineer who loves troubleshooting complex issues involving multiple protocols, languages and processes. Must have super sharp analytical skills and an ability to learn on the fly. Logical reasoning is key in this role. Here's what we're looking for:
We are looking for highly motivated and skilled interaction designers to join our team. We are tackling
a big problem and are looking for someone with a history of architecting intuitive and effective user
experiences and flows. We care deeply about design and are looking for someone who shares our
obsession with elegant interfaces and delightful user experiences.
Here's what we're looking for:
Like big data? In this role, you will work with a team of top notch engineers to make sense of user data, empower our salesforce, and extend our platform through partnerships. With millions of diners seated and thousands of restaurants we generate a ton of data. In this role, you will build systems to make this data more useful and accessible for reporting, analysis, and monitoring. You will also work with our business development and sales teams to figure out ways to make their efforts more effective and productive by refining their tools and surfacing key metrics. Here's what we're looking for:
Are you a foodie? Do you know all about the hottest local restaurants? When you walk into a restaurant, do you engage with the staff beyond the basic "hello" or "table for three"? Do you love meeting new people? Do you hate too many questions? NoshList is the industry leading free iPad waitlist app that text and calls diners when their table is ready using proprietary telephony technology. If you've ever used Google Voice (aka the most prominent VOIP service in the world) you're already familiar with our work. Officially launched in February 2012, NoshList has been implemented in thousands of restaurants and seated millions of diners in it's short tenure. Additionally we have a consumer facing application Nosh, which is pre-loaded with over 18 million menu items for finding "what's good here" everywhere you go, rating, reviewing, and sharing what you eat with your friends. To date we have over 2 million unique dish-level reviews too. Currently we are looking for restaurant-centric people to help cultivate major markets across the country, identify key restaurants for NoshList, and establish connections with diners to promote the use of our consumer application, Nosh. This includes meeting with restaurateurs, throwing Nosh-Ups (parties) for fellow foodies at NoshList restaurants, and being the catalyst in making paper wait-lists obsolete and Nosh the most prominent front-of-house technology platform in the country. If you're interested in helping to bring the Nosh platform to your city and representing the Nosh product suite in your city, we'd love to talk. Did we mention our apps are free? Here's what we're looking for:
Like in any industry, relationships in the restaurant industry hold the keys to success. As a Manager within the Business Development function of Nosh, you will be responsible for cultivating and nurturing the relationships that drive the success of our product and future of the company. In this role you will work directly with the executive team to identify key contacts and develop key strategic initiatives to secure future partnerships. Here's what we're looking for:
Restaurants love NoshList, however, getting the message out isn't always easy. As an inside sale representative, it's your job to put NoshList on the map. Inside sales reps must possess keen sales, account management, and problem-solving qualities. A track record of success selling into SMBs and excellent communication skills are absolutely essential. Here's what we're looking for: