Work for Woot!

It's not just a job - it's paid employment.

Believe it or not, these bags don't stuff themselves full of crap. Woot employs a varied assortment of human beings to sell things, buy things, process things, repair things, and accomplish all those other tasks Lloyd Dobler is too good for. Take a look at the open positions below. If you think you can put up with us enough to get one of them done, email your resume (as a plain text, Word, or PDF attachment) to: work@woot.com

We'll get back to you if we're interested. In maybe hiring you, we mean. Not anything intimate. You seem nice, but we're kinda seeing somebody right now.

Let us know if you're a:

Woot Video Producer (Woot Services, LLC, Seattle, WA)

Do you know the difference between a camera and a Camero? Can you tell a flim flam and a film fan apart? Do you have a passion for making videos with a deadline as thin as the plot to The Dark Knight Rises? Oh, yeah, potential applicant. We went there.

If you're an A-list talent ready to throw away a successful Hollywood career and work in Seattle, we want to hear from you! But everybody else? Eh, fine, we'll take a look at your online portfolio or demo reel and see what you've got. You'll probably be a little cheaper than Steven Spielbrug anyway. No, that wasn't a typo. Mr. Spielbrug is a real talent!

In this job, you'll learn: how to fake a real passion for vacuums and televisions.

Intangible benefits: If you can make America care about the feelings of a high-end aquarium, working with actors will be no trouble at all!

Potential hazards: You'll have the raw footage of this on your hard drive.

If Woot were a superhero team, you'd be: making a documentary when something unexpected and terrible happens.

Worst part of the job: when you have to give direction to Monte and Mortimer. Say the wrong thing and -boom!- unexpected flinging.

Make sure you bring: a piano, which you can carry all day by yourself. It'll show you're REALLY committed to getting a second interview.

Responsibilities:

  • Work with Woot's writers to create standalone and recurring videos.
  • Discover and create new kinds of engaging and shareable videos to live on Woot.com, YouTube, and other video sharing services.
  • Produce, direct, shoot, edit and write as needed, on tight deadlines.
  • Produce projects in studio and on location.
  • Monitor performance of videos.
  • Manage the Woot media archive.
  • Brainstorm ideas for other creative projects, and our overall creative direction.
  • Stay aware of (and responsive to) what our users are discussing on our site.
  • Must be willing to travel and work nights and/or weekends as needed.

Basic Qualifications:

  • Bachelor's degree (or better) in communications, TV/video production or journalism or 9 + years of equivalent work experience.
  • 3-5 years experience in a video production environment.
  • Expert in a combination of most of the following: Adobe Premiere Pro, Final Cut Pro, After Effects, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator, Soundtrack Pro, Encore, Video Compression.

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Ability to prioritize and manage numerous projects and complete them within a given time frame.
  • Strong post-workflow knowledge (codecs, conversions)
  • Awe-inspiring collaboration skills.
  • Knowledge of most common professional video cameras
  • HDSLR shooting and photography experience.
  • Story construction and storytelling skills.
  • Interviewing abilities.
  • Familiarity with shooting and editing GoPro footage a plus.

Woot Services LLC is an equal opportunity employer.

Sr. Retail Product Manager (Woot Services, LLC, Seattle, WA)

When you saw My Fair Lady you admired how that old guy drove interest in the guttersnipe until she was a viable long-term investment. When you saw Citizen Kane you were shocked at how the director missed out on his chance to leverage synergy and cross-promote a sled. You want to leverage a customer base, grow awareness of Woot, and drive your product-du-jour into the very best product-du-jour it can be. You're the Senior Retail Product Manager of our dreams, and YOU are the product WE want in our snuggle cart! Remember: you can't report us to HR for saying "snuggle cart" until you actually work here.

In this job, you'll learn: that there's always room for someone who can demonstrate exceptional retail product management skills (like analytics, business judgment, communication and attention to details) in the snuggle cart.

Intangible benefits: Our dental plan allows you half off at any ghost dentist. Drawback: applies only to office visits between the hours of Midnight and Sunrise.

Potential hazards: On Thursdays, Room 224a is "wild polka night." Also on Thursdays, Room 224b is "wild polecat night." The rooms are not labeled with letters. Choose wisely.

If Woot were a superhero team, you'd be: trying to convince the team leader that action figures would generate revenue that could go to upgrading the satellite computer (less a small stipend for yourself, of course).

Worst part of the job: Thursdays. Unless you like accordions. Or screeching polecats.

Make sure you bring: a pen that reads "Property of Woot.com" on the side. Oh, you don't have one of those? Well- good. Guess you're NOT the person who stole our pen. We just had to be sure. You understand, don't you?

Basic Qualifications:

  • Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Science degree.
  • 3+ years of product management experience from a technology, e-commerce, digital media or retail related company.
  • Proven success in delivering products and services in a high growth environment.
  • Experience in interpreting and communicating analytics; leveraging customer research, hard data and metrics to back up assumptions and marketing programs.
  • Experience in problem solving & issue-resolution.
  • Demonstrated ability to understand and discuss technical concepts, schedule tradeoffs and evaluate opportunistic new ideas with technical employees.

Preferred Qualifications:

  • MBA preferred.
  • Data mining and ability to write SQL queries.
  • Ability to work in an extremely deadline driven work environment, attention to detail, and ability to multitask.
  • Prove ability to prioritize well and communicate clearly across all levels of the organization both Technical and Non-Technical information.
  • Experience in problem solving & issue-resolution.
  • Demonstrated ability to understand and discuss technical concepts, schedule tradeoffs and evaluate opportunistic new ideas with technical employees

Woot Services LLC is an equal opportunity employer.

Returned Goods Operation Lead Associate (Woot Services, LLC, Carrollton, TX)

You lurk in the underworld… or maybe you stand over the warriors who have fallen. You are feared by man… or maybe praised as the ultimate hero. You spend your days in darkness… or maybe you shine your own light from within, so bright you need no sun. You are the RMA Lead for Woot Services, supervising the day-to-day operations of Returned Good Operation as they pertain to processing, shipping, recovery, and reporting. Serving as the main backup to the Traffic Lead, providing assistance when workflow is excessive, and working with the Operations Lead in managing the available workforce of both departments. Are you the scary Lord of the Dead? Are you the mighty Chooser Of The Slain? Are you the master of Hades or Valhalla? That entirely depends on you, brave RMA Lead. Maybe… you'll be a little of both.

In this job, you'll learn: that all products die. But not every product… lives.

Intangible benefits: All the pomegranate seeds your girlfriend can eat!

Potential hazards: When some kid with a harp comes sneaking in and gets all "Boo hoo hoo, I lost my iPod, it says Euridice on it, can you please find it for me." NOT HOW IT WORKS, O-MAN. NOT HOW IT WORKS.

If Woot were a superhero team, you'd be: the loyal best friend who somehow keeps getting turned into a pile of rocks. But in a cool way!

Worst part of the job: When the return gnomes come in during the night and try to fix everything but don't leave the proper paperwork to cover the tax issues that causes. Stupid gnomes.

Make sure you bring: a golden trident as a sign of your reign. Also, comfy shoes. LONG LIVE THE KING!

Responsibilities:

  • Maintain and adjust the workflow of the RMA department daily.
  • Coordinate activities on a daily basis, as dictated by the Operations Manager.
  • Manage the department's workforce to ensure inbound returns are processed daily.
  • Identify and resolve errors, RMA exceptions, safety hazards, and other conditions that interfere with productivity, safety or quality. Make corrections where necessary and report all findings as they occur.
  • Maintain daily, monthly, quarterly, and annual reports for the department. Provide Ad-Hoc reports when requested by the Operations Manager.
  • Manage the creation of return authorization numbers for customers.
  • Maintain and update the department's various systems on a daily basis.
  • Supervise the daily customer refund process.
  • Oversee the return to vendor process to ensure the company receives credit for in warranty items. Work closely with the Accounting Department to enter and use credits supplied by Vendors.
  • Scan and upload RTV and Traffic documents on a daily basis.
  • Oversee the process of liquidating unrecoverable product, and work with the Wholesale Department to sell, compile, and ship liquidation pallets.
  • Oversee the return to stock process and create part numbers for various item conditions. Work with the Inventory Control department to ensure items are correctly identified.
  • Oversee the return of large freight products, and coordinate pickups with freight carriers.
  • Work closely with the Customer Service department on planning, and executing strategies to fix errors before they reach the customer.
  • Train and cross train new associates in the department, and update the departments training documents as needed.
  • Oversee the testing of returned product to ensure the items meet our quality standards. This involves creating new testing processes for emerging technologies.
  • Other job duties and/or traffic related tasks may be assigned as deemed necessary by management.
  • Must have exceptional written and communication skills.
  • Enforce disciplinary action when required.
  • Ability to plan and schedule work flow.
  • Identify problems and present solutions.
  • Must have exceptional knowledge of Excel.
  • Must have exceptional technical knowledge of consumer electronics and the Windows Operation System.
  • Will assume responsibilities in the absence of key employees and be able to perform their functions.
  • Ability to communicate and interact with all levels of management.

Requirements:

  • High School Diploma/GED required.
  • 1-3 years of leadership experience required in a warehousing environment.
  • Proficient in computer software programs (Word, Excel, Outlook, etc.) and Warehouse Management Systems.
  • 1+ years of experience in testing consumer electronic devices (Computers, Tablets, Cameras, TVs, etc).
  • Demonstrate integrity, leadership, communication and decision making skills.
  • Ability to multitask and work with minimal supervision.

Woot Services LLC is an equal opportunity employer.

Software Development Manager
(Woot Services, LLC, Seattle, WA)

You're one part Captain Kirk, one part Han Solo, a quarter Captain Sheridan and a bit… aw, who are we kidding? The truth is, you're going to be managing a team of developers. Developers who work at a fast pace in a dynamic environment, trying to think of and close every loophole before their stuff goes live. Of course they're going to nitpick at everything you say!

The right candidate will know how to keep this rag-tag band of (extremely talented) misfits working as a solid team. You'll be hands-on, working to build Woot's new e-commerce platform using Amazon services, and possibly have to take away their tiny helicopters if they act up. Consider this your chance to be an IRL Dungeon Master. Except you can't make the city watch appear the moment your PCs act up.

In this job, you'll learn: that, left to their own devices, developers are the most powerful agent of entropy the world has ever seen.

Intangible benefits: it'll be really easy to get people to come over when you want to have a beer and board game night.

Potential hazards: it'll be really hard to get people to leave your beer and board game night until there's a clear winner.

If Woot were a superhero team, you'd be: the well-respected leader of a different super-team from an alternate Earth now trying to fit in. Possibly you'd change your costume.

Worst part of the job: Finding a new costume. Like, do you wear a wig and fishnets? Or a strange helmet? Or something with a lot of pouches that'll only last until the next reboot?

Make sure you bring: something cool to put on your desk. The cooler it is, the more power you'll have. For example, a ten foot high Galactus statue will beat a two inch Boba Fett, every time.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Develop the long-term strategy for your programs and translate that into an achievable road map/action plan
  • Responsible for the overall systems development life cycle
  • Management and execution against project plans and delivery commitments
  • Management of departmental resources, staffing, mentoring, and enhancing and maintaining a best-of-class engineering team
  • Work closely with the engineers to architect and develop the best technical design and approach
  • Report on status of development, quality, operations, and system performance to management

Basic Qualifications:

  • BS in Computer Science or related discipline
  • 7+ years experience in software development
  • 4+ years experience with managing a software development team
  • Technical expertise including fluency in several popular programming languages
  • Experience shipping one or more large-scale, highly available internet applications, client-server programming, load balancing, network security, and internet protocols

Preferred Qualifications:

  • E-commerce development experience
  • Experience taking a lead role in building complex software systems that have been successfully delivered
  • Knowledge of professional software engineering practices & best practices for the full software development life cycle, including coding standards, code reviews, source control management, build processes, testing, and operations
  • Experience communicating with users, other technical teams, and senior management to collect requirements, describe software product features, technical designs, and product strategy
  • Experience mentoring a team of highly talented software engineers

Woot Services LLC is an equal opportunity employer.

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Senior Vendor Manager, Kids.Woot
(Woot Services, LLC, Carrollton, TX)

Somewhere, high above our secret mountain fortress, hidden in a cloud bank, lives the great pantheon of vendor managers. To amuse themselves, these vendor managers play with the lives of mortals like pieces on a chess board. Every so often, they choose the greatest that humankind has to offer to stand beside them as they recommend optimal deal opportunities to ensure the best customer and vendor experience. Will YOU be the one to scale their heights and sit beside them?

Woot Inc. seeks a Sr. Vendor Manager with a healthy obsession about the rapidly evolving daily deal and flash sale space. He or she has significant experience analyzing data, identifying trends, extracting conclusions, presenting recommendations in a simple and clear manner and possibly was fathered by an uncommonly beautiful horse or a mysterious shower of gold. Successful candidates also enjoy problem solving and are proficient using Excel and other tools to analyze large data sets and might get a magical shield as duties require.

In this job, you'll learn: to travel both the physical and virtual workspace, leading collaboration and negotiation across the organization on the flying horse that might technically be your second cousin depending how you count. After a certain level on the mythological tree, the lines tend to sorta blur, you know?

Intangible benefits: As part of a team that researches, analyzes and structures deals, you will have in your hands the power of a GOD assuming that the god we're talking about is the god of quantitative analysis, analyzing historical data and keeping up with industry trends. Possibly you could also pick up being the god of archery or broccoli on the side, as long as it doesn't interfere with your primary duties.

Potential hazards: Krakens. Just Krakens.

If Woot were a superhero team, you'd be: the jolly, slightly out of place deity always happy to use your nigh-omnipotence to help, but, coincidentally, often called away just when you'd be most useful in solving a problem.

Worst part of the job: while involved in frequent, executive-level vendor contact requiring strong presentation and strategic negotiating skills, you cannot consult the Oracle at Delphi without permission of Zeus, Jupiter, Wotan, Brekyirihunuade, Chukwu or Olorun. Possibly also Ngai.

Make sure you bring: some sort of symbol, so archeologists will know which lunch is yours.

Responsibilities:

  • Building executive-level vendor partnerships with holdout vendors.
  • Engaging with vendors to pitch the Woot value proposition and gather insight and feedback into how Woot can be their overstock solution.
  • Analyzing large amounts of deal performance data to identify the attributes that determine a good deal.
  • Learning the "art of the deal", the contextual elements that in the market segment, that impact whether or not a deal will perform.
  • Negotiating best-in-class vendor terms, costs, and inventory arrangements.
  • Planning and executing a robust pipeline of optimal deals across a variety of categories and subcategories.
  • Diving deep into post-humus deal performance to determine drivers and refine existing and/or future deal plans.
  • Solving deal customer experience issues that affect downstream customers and Woot customers.
  • Documenting standard processes for identifying and crystallizing optimal deal structures.

Basic Qualifications:

  • 5+ years in product, project, business, and/or vendor management is required
  • Bachelor's degree in business, operations, supply-chain or a related discipline
  • Ability to work independently and focus on strong business analysis and research in a recent job function
  • Thorough knowledge of and experience using Excel and/or Access databases
  • Unwavering attention to detail and an acute awareness that everything counts
  • Outstanding organizational skills and strong written/verbal communication skills
  • Ability to juggle multiple priorities and make things happen in a fast-paced, dynamic environment; strong bias for action.

Preferred Qualifications:

  • 7+ years in product, project or process management.
  • Proven track record in vendor negotiation and relationship management.
  • Experience owning and managing the entire supply base for a given category or product segment, ideally with consumer products.
  • Strong analytical and quantitative skills; ability to prepare data and metrics to back up assumptions and evaluate outcomes.
  • Demonstrated ability to present strategic concepts, evaluate tradeoffs and socialize opportunistic new ideas with business partners.
  • MBA or supply chain related masters preferred
  • Working knowledge of SQL and Data Warehouse

Woot Services LLC is an equal opportunity employer.

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Software Developer, Woot Services
(Woot Services LLC, Seattle, WA)

If there's one thing software developers like to do, it's write subtle romantic poetry. So get ready, potential applicant! You're entering a realm that few today dare to enter! Of course, in between the sonnets and the odes, you'll probably be asked to be responsible for development and maintenance of the business systems software used for backend order fulfillment, reporting, and various tools used to run the Woot business. But c'mon, we know that's just for show, right? What a tech company wants these days is a new way to say "I love you."

In this job, you'll learn: that moon/june/spoon is frowned upon by corporate.

Intangible benefits: none, save the touch of a silken hand against your sapphire cheek upon which the tears of love have grown hard and cold. And sometimes the people in your row will snap their fingers in approval.

Potential hazards: when someone gets all in your face like "Yo, that ain't no spondee I ever heard of!" and you've got to throw down to protect your rep.

If Woot were a superhero team, you'd be: one of the yellow narration boxes at the top of the page.

Worst part of the job: Trying to figure out which part of this job description is telling the truth.

It'll go better if: You've already figured out that software development is about solving puzzles that might seem hard to decipher. See? We know what we're doing sometimes.

Make sure you bring: a copy of Ulysses for your shelf. You don't ever have to read it, just owning it will make you look smart enough. If anyone asks how you liked it, just bluff. They probably haven't read it either.

Basic Qualifications:

  • Generally requires a B.S. degree in Computer Science, Engineering, Mathematics
  • 4+ years experience in software engineering
  • Has an understanding of best practices for essential software engineering areas, including testing, software version control, software development cycle, code documentation, build and deployment issues
  • Experience with object-oriented programming, design patterns, data structures, and algorithms
  • Experience with tuning applications for best performance, has an understanding of performance and capacity tradeoffs
  • Experience developing data-driven web and Windows service applications in the .NET environment using C#, as well as familiarity with developing and integration with applications written in Java.
  • Experience building and consuming both SOAP and RESTful HTTP services.
  • Experience with MS SQL Server, SSRS and SSIS.
  • Proficient with core web technologies including HTTP, HTML, JavaScript and CSS

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Experience with ASP.NET MVC, ASP.NET Web API and WCF Services
  • Experience with ERP software integration.
  • Experience with Microsoft Dynamics NAV.
  • Understanding of NoSQL databases (MongoDB, DynamoDB, etc)
  • Knowledge of enterprise messaging/service bus architectures
  • Experience with Amazon Web Services or other cloud computing platform

Salary: Based on experience

Woot Services LLC is an equal opportunity employer.

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UX Design Manager (Woot Workshop, Seattle, WA)

The first UX Design Manager arose from the druids at Stonehenge, to make sure the stones were aligned to catch the sunlight just so. Today, they're still talking about what that team accomplished. It goes without saying that UX Design is quite mysterious to some people, but we like to think UX is like the Loch Ness Monster: not always visible, but obvious when it lifts its head! The ideal candidate for this position is a pragmatic visionary that can translate business needs into a fantastic customer-focused solution, thinking first from the customer's perspective and setting relentlessly high standards for themselves and their team by developing best-in-class experiences used by millions of customers worldwide. And if that candidate knows the secret pathway to Avalon? All the better!

In this job, you'll learn: the secret language of the plants that grow in the back corner of our office.

Intangible benefits: the plants know all the late night gossip. It's like Dynasty up in here.

Potential hazards: Only if you're not naturally at ease visualizing an experience in the abstract and then driving that vision into solid design deliverables such as user interface designs, interaction models, and prototypes. web, mobile, and tablet. But you will be, so this will never come up, right?

If Woot were a superhero team, you'd be: so in tune with nature that you could command the very Earth itself! And you would use it to enrich the crime-fighting experience for your teammates.

Worst part of the job: trying to explain to your parents what a UX Design Manager does.

Make sure you bring: your jacket. It gets chilly sometimes.

Responsibilities:

  • Provide creative leadership by working closely with the business teams to develop product strategy, use cases, and high-level requirements
  • Responsibly and effectively advocate for customers in a corporate climate; impart day-to-day strategic design leadership that fosters a shared understanding of the customer-centric intersection between design, content, business and marketing values
  • Present design work to UX design peers, business and product teams, and executive leadership for review and feedback
  • Own the end-to-end design process and deliverable set (including user flows, wireframes, mockups, and prototypes) to effectively conceptualize and communicate high-level design strategies and detailed interaction behaviors for both mobile and web
  • Collaborate effectively with an agile, multi-disciplinary team to evaluate the feasibility of proposed designs and champion great UX in the face of technical constraints
  • Partner with user researchers and business intelligence teams to appropriately assess and optimize the performance of new and existing features

Basic Qualifications:

  • 5+ years of work experience in Interface Design, Interaction Design, or Information Architecture
  • Experience designing for e-commerce/retail
  • 2+ years of team lead, supervising or management experience
  • Degree in design, HCI or a related field
  • A comprehensive online or digital portfolio of work demonstrating past experience of relevant, user-centered design solutions
  • Experience with designing end-user, web-based applications

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Experience designing for ecommerce sites features
  • Ability to be nimble and have a bias for action in a fast-paced, sometimes ambiguous environment
  • Proficiency with web standards and accessibility compliance

Woot Services LLC is an equal opportunity employer.

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Staff Writer (Woot Workshop, LLC - Seattle)

The Woot writing team, the people who made ecommerce funny, tedious, heartbreaking, clever, and/or annoying seeks a workaholic writer with experience in being hilarious for money. Maybe your copywriting for clients has been funny, or maybe you've balanced straight corporate work with humor blogging, comedy screenwriting, or some other form of chuckle-oriented writing. If you have at least 3-5 years of getting paid to write, and can show us pieces that make us so jealous of your comedic talent we'll want to punch you in the throat- well, you're probably too good for this job. But we'll take you anyway.

In this job, you'll learn: that Kerouac didn't know a damn thing about endurance typing. Three hundred pages in three weeks? We call that A SLOW MONDAY MORNING!

Intangible benefits: you'll get to hear all the jokes we CAN'T share publicly. Yeah. Raw and uncensored.

Potential hazards: only if you ask "Would you guys rather fight a hundred duck-sized horses or one horse-sized duck?"

If Woot were a superhero team, you'd be: the one who somehow makes four wisecracks in a single fight panel.

Worst part of the job: Oh, you'll find out. You'll find out. Ahahaha! AAAAHAHAHAHAHAHAH!

Make sure you bring: a picture of Mortimer. Not Monte. We know how to tell the difference. Do you? You'd better, or this whole thing is over before it even begins.

Qualifications:

  • Either 3-5 years of marketing/advertising copywriting experience, or a record of published and/or performed pieces written for audiences (journalism, fiction, screenplays, blogging, etc.)
  • Application must include a portfolio of links to writing samples that demonstrate your experience, verbal facility, and, above all, sense of humor
  • An aptitude for finding something interesting about even the most boring products
  • Ability to produce ridiculous amounts of copy on ludicrously tight deadlines
  • Familiarity with a wide range of high and low cultural references (and not just the geeky stuff, we've got that pretty well covered now)
  • Familiarity with Web usage and culture

Preferred Qualifications:

  • 3-5 years of marketing/advertising copywriting experience, plus a record of published and/or performed pieces written for audiences (journalism, fiction, screenplays, blogging, etc.)
  • A diverse portfolio of writing samples that demonstrate your experience, verbal facility, and, above all, sense of humor
  • An aptitude for finding something interesting about even the most boring products
  • Ability to produce ridiculous amounts of copy on ludicrously tight deadlines
  • Familiarity with a wide range of high and low cultural references (and not just the geeky stuff, we've got that pretty well covered now)
  • Lack of ego when it comes to an editor disfiguring your masterpieces

Responsibilities:

  • Write long-form sales-copy pieces (200-800 words) and short short sales-copy "snippets" (tweet length) with a high degree of conceptual creativity and verbal polish
  • Contribute regularly to the Woot blog and social media channels, including initiating and executing your own story ideas
  • Communicate professionally and effectively with staff from other departments to get projects done
  • Contribute regularly to Woot's video projects (willingness to make a fool of yourself on camera is a plus)
  • Provide collateral copywriting as needed, while maintaining the company's voice and creative standards
  • Brainstorm ideas for other creative projects, and our overall creative direction
  • Stay aware of (and responsive to) what our users are discussing on our site
  • Occasionally travel
  • Occasionally work nights as workload requires

Woot Workshop LLC is an equal opportunity employer.

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Senior Vendor Manager, Electronics
(Woot Services, LLC, Carrollton, TX)

Just a few years ago, you were a Freshman Vendor Manager. The school was new and you didn't even know where your locker was! Today, you're a Senior Vendor Manager with retail product experience! You can get from the gym to the cafeteria in under a minute, and you know which bathroom is the "cool" bathroom. You've become an aggressive, talented and experienced Consumer Products Senior Vendor Manager, ready to assist a growing company build robust and dynamic relationships with key consumer products manufacturers and vendors. You're rulin' the school! Woooo! Seniors ruuuuule! Especially for a self-starter with a passion for retail, have experience working cross-functionally with multiple teams!

In this job, you'll learn: that Danny broke up with Tammy to get with Betty, but Betty liked Tommy until he started dating Tammy because of Danny dumping her to get with Betty. Understand?

Intangible benefits: that feeling of wearing your letterman's jacket to the pizza place and knowing that hottie over by the jukebox is checking out your ability to be an effective communicator working with Woot partners and vendors, as well as with all Woot departments company-wide.

Potential hazards: when you forget about your homework until you're on the bus, and then you have to do it really fast, because if you don't pass, you can't play in the big game against that rival school across town!

If Woot were a superhero team, you'd be: in charge. YEAAAAH! SEEEN-YORRRRRRRS! WHOOOO!

Worst part of the job: midterms. Ooof. Is graduation here yet?

Make sure you bring: a yearbook. That way you can get all the other Senior Vendor Managers to sign "Never Stop Rockin'!" even if you didn't really know them very well.

Responsibilities:

  • Handle pricing research and track inventory management.
  • Grow vendor relationships, increase selection, and react to industry trends and product lifecycles.
  • Maximize relationships with existing vendors, while cultivating new opportunities.
  • Maintain effective communication channels internally and externally.
  • Source and purchase consumer products from vendors, for various Woot sites.
  • Negotiate with existing and potential vendors for best combination of pricing, product, delivery, service and terms.
  • Handle a high volume of inbound communication from existing and potential vendors.
  • Monitor competitor/industry developments.

Basic Qualifications:

  • Bachelor's degree (or a minimum of 5 years of relevant experience)
  • Experience with multi-channel online retailer/distributor/manufacturer, with a background in Sales or Buying roles.
  • Experience purchasing or selling products in consumer electronics and gaming.
  • Proven track record as a deal closer.
  • 3+ years direct manufacturer negotiation experience, with high level contacts/relationships.
  • Ability to analyze large data sets to make strategic decisions.
  • Proficient in MS Office - Excel, Word & Outlook.
  • Strong project management skills.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
  • Proactive attitude with the ability to react to unforeseen situations.
  • Team player.

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Established contact list of Consumer Product Vendors and Manufacturers
  • Salesforce experience
  • Ability to think strategically and tactically, and outside of the "norm," in a fast-paced, ever-changing, very demanding environment

Woot Services LLC is an equal opportunity employer.

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Senior UX Designer (Woot Workshop, Seattle, WA)

UX! See that? It's a perfectly formed U and a perfectly shaped X. Pretty good, huh? Yeah, we're pretty proud of how well we designed that UX up there. But maybe, just maybe, you can do better. So if you think you can UX up to our level, well, give it a shot. But we've got to warn you. We've been typing "UX" for years now. We're prrrretty good at it.

That having been said, if you think you're the talented Senior UX Designer who can outshine an UX like this - UX! - then give us a jingle. You'll need to be comfortable with all manner of visual design projects, from a template-based icon to interactive web features to Heaven knows what else. Innovation and independence is valued highly, but we'll still expect you to listen to our dumb ideas and make them work. Applicants will be evaluated primarily on their online portfolios; failure to provide work samples (and your role in each) will pretty much guarantee that we won't call you. Coding or other multimedia production skills are a bonus. Also you need to be able to write "UX" without any typos. Think you can handle that?

In this job, you'll learn: that showing off a portfolio which demonstrates how you have an excellent eye for graphic design, including: color, layout, typography, and illustration, an in-depth understanding of web design principles and usability, and a solid grounding in the possibilities (and limitations) of current and emerging web technologies and trends is literally the only way to impress us. Not counting the guy who did fifty thousand jumping jacks without taking a break. Now THAT was impressive.

Intangible benefits: it's fun to watch people doing jumping jacks in the parking lot, if that's what you mean.

Potential hazards: the heartbreak of seeing a person who's just done 49,999 jumping jacks collapse into a puddle of tears, knowing they missed the record by mere inches.

If Woot were a superhero team, you'd be: a billionaire named Jack with radiation-enhanced jumping powers (who hopefully does some UX work on the side).

Worst part of the job: when the boss calls you in to ask why you misspelled "UX" for the third time. Seriously. Get yourself together.

Make sure you bring: a portfolio which demonstrates how you have an excellent eye for graphic design, including: color, layout, typography, and illustration, an in-depth understanding of web design principles and usability, and a solid grounding in the possibilities (and limitations) of current and emerging web technologies and trends. Just in case you hadn't caught on to how serious we are about that part.

Responsibilities:

  • Create a world-class customer experience and beautiful visuals that support and reinforce Woot's vision, brand, and business objectives
  • Drive creative development and be the primary point of contact with key stakeholders on retail UX design initiatives, strategy and implementation
  • Partner closely with cross-functional teams to define feature requirements via empirical online data, usability findings, market research, and proven UCD principles
  • Provide thought leadership in architecting a near and long term design vision for customer discovery, consideration and purchase from Woot.com
  • Provide creative direction to other designers on the team and external creative partners
  • Understand and respond to performance data, steering the strategy of future creative directions
  • Define patterns and advocate for consistency, while fostering inspiration innovation

Basic Qualifications:

  • An online portfolio that demonstrates your ability to turn ideas into a strong and unique creative vision. Please add your online portfolio link at the top of your resume when you apply.
  • 5+ years of relevant professional experience as a creative lead on UX Design projects
  • Ability to successfully present designs to senior business leaders
  • Ability to manage and refine the workflow, design and approval processes
  • Ability to work cross-team and synthesize feedback and input from merchandising, marketing, product management and development
  • Experience managing multiple projects at one time to make aggressive deadlines
  • Fluency in English required
  • Expertise in current and emerging front-end technologies, UX trends, and best practices
  • Photoshop, Fireworks, Flash, Freehand or Illustrator, Dreamweaver, HTML and CSS coding

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Team player with refined and assertive leadership skills - ability to positively influence change through inspirational design, solid rationale, supporting data and diplomacy
  • Relentless desire for innovation balanced with business needs and customer expectations
  • Knowledge of information architecture, usability, and e-commerce design best practices
  • Expertise in using data to driven design improvements (usability testing, A/B testing, and site-metrics)
  • Unwavering attention to detail with an acute awareness that everything counts
  • Illustration, prototyping and/or multimedia skills preferred
  • Desire and ability to work in a fast-paced environment
  • Solid written/verbal communication and collaborative skills

Woot Services LLC is an equal opportunity employer.

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Vendor Manager, Home (Woot Services, LLC, Carrollton, TX)

Sublimation. A concept invented (so to speak) by the philosophers. It's the way a mature adult takes their destructive desires and turns them into something positive! Like, for example, if you were someone who wanted to spend money to buy things for the home, and then you got a job spending money to buy things for the home professionally! That's our way of saying: we want you.

If you've got experience reviewing product, analyzing data, knowing what customers want, identifying trends and coming to conclusions that turn out to be brilliantly on-the-money… well, what's got two thumbs and a Vendor Manager position? This guy! Or gal! Whatever gender ultimately ends up hiring you, that's the one we mean!

In this job, you'll learn: that its much more fun to purchase sofa beds with a multi-million dollar corporation's money that it is to buy sofa beds with your own.

Intangible benefits: The rush of saying "Two thousand sofa beds? Heck! Why not TWENTY THOUSAND???"

Potential hazards: Only if you don't sell all the sofa beds.

If Woot were a superhero team, you'd be: the one who'd control people's minds and make them buy sofa beds.

Worst part of the job: Learning that you won't actually be working with many sofa beds after we mentioned them over and over again in this job description. The sofa beds are just a metaphor, you see. Sorry!

Make sure you bring: several forms of ID, if your name is "Sue Fabed". After this writeup, we'll just assume you're pranking us.

Experience:

  • Building executive-level vendor partnerships with new and existing vendors.
  • Engaging with vendors to pitch the Woot value proposition and gather insight and feedback into how Woot can be their overstock solution.
  • Analyzing large amounts of deal performance data to identify the attributes that determine a good deal.
  • Learning the "art of the deal", the contextual elements that in the market segment, that impact whether or not a deal will perform.
  • Negotiating best-in-class vendor terms, costs, and inventory arrangements.
  • Planning and executing a robust pipeline of optimal deals across a variety of categories and subcategories.
  • Diving deep into post-humus deal performance to determine drivers and refine existing and/or future deal plans.
  • Solving deal customer experience issues that affect downstream customers and Woot customers.
  • Documenting standard processes for identifying and crystallizing optimal deal structures.

Basic Qualifications:

  • 3+ years in product, project, business, and/or vendor management is required
  • Bachelor's degree in business, operations, supply-chain or a related discipline
  • Thorough knowledge of and experience using Excel and/or Access databases

Preferred Qualifications:

  • 5+ years in product, project or process management.
  • Proven track record in vendor negotiation and relationship management, ideally in the Consumer Electronics segment.
  • Unwavering attention to detail and an acute awareness that everything counts
  • Ability to work independently and focus on strong business analysis and research in a recent job function
  • Outstanding organizational skills and strong written/verbal communication skills
  • Ability to juggle multiple priorities and make things happen in a fast-paced, dynamic environment; strong bias for action.
  • Experience owning and managing the entire supply base for a given category or product segment, ideally with consumer products.
  • Strong analytical and quantitative skills; ability to prepare data and metrics to back up assumptions and evaluate outcomes.
  • Demonstrated ability to present strategic concepts, evaluate tradeoffs and socialize opportunistic new ideas with business partners.
  • MBA or supply chain related masters preferred
  • Working knowledge of SQL and Data Warehouse

Woot Services LLC is an equal opportunity employer.

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Visual Designer (Woot Workshop, Seattle, WA)

Picture a red line. Now picture a green line. Now the red line and the green line cross. If you're already thinking about how this seems incorrect and could be better optimized by blahblahblah CONGRATS because YOU are A VISUAL DESIGNER and we might just be looking for someone like you to handle everything from simple promotional graphics to dazzling site take-overs. What, haven't you ever heard about our annual Red Line Green Line March?

F.Y.I.: applicants will be evaluated primarily on their online portfolios; failure to provide work samples, and your role in each, will pretty much guarantee that we won't call you and will probably sigh as we crumple up your resume and throw it over our shoulder. Additionally, your portfolio must demonstrate that you have an excellent eye for graphic design, including color, layout, typography, and illustration. If you have coding or other multimedia production skills that's a bonus, but let's see your book first.

In this job, you'll learn: that, in the words of the immortal Dolly Parton, it takes a lot of work to look this cheap!

Intangible benefits: Sometimes you'll get to dodge Nerf darts when walking past the developers, and that'll make you feel like you're in The Matrix

Potential hazards: The developers have amazing aim. Especially with that blow gun. You'll have to be quick.

If Woot were a superhero team, you'd be: the one with the best themed identity! You'd have a logo and a cave and a vehicle and all your friends would have names that synergized with yours!

Worst part of the job: Breaking it to a potential sidekick that the name they like doesn't synergize with yours. Especially if they swore an oath on the graves of their loved ones. That's never an easy discussion.

Make sure you bring: a red pen and a green pen. But only during March. The rest of the year it won't matter.

Responsibilities:

  • Create world-class visuals that support and reinforce the Woot vision, brand, and business objectives
  • Collaborate with other UX team as well as product management, development, and business teams to deliver high-quality, scalable, on-brand graphic solutions to build a superior customer experience.
  • Produce sketches, graphics, templates, layouts, themes, typography, and visual standards for merchandising or promotions across the retail web process.
  • Provide and manage design documentation, style guides, and our visual voice.
  • Proactively manage own time and deadlines.
  • Partner with marketing team to create relevant assets for site merchandising, banner ads, email campaigns, etc.

Qualifications:

  • An online portfolio that demonstrates your ability to turn ideas into a strong and unique creative vision. Please add your online portfolio link at the top of your resume when you apply.
  • 3+ years of relevant professional experience as a visual designer
  • Design degree and/or 4-year college degree preferred.
  • Ability to work cross-team and synthesize feedback and input from merchandising, marketing, product management and development
  • Experience managing multiple projects at one time to make aggressive deadlines
  • Solid written/verbal communication and collaborative skills
  • Expertise in Adobe Creative Suite (CS6) including: Photoshop, Illustrator, Fireworks.
  • Moderate expertise in HTML and CSS, and experience working with and around Javascript, LESS, and developer tools.
  • Proven background in digital illustration
  • Experience in ad production and multiple asset creation. (Knowledge of image optimization techniques a major bonus)

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Ability to successfully present designs to senior business leaders
  • Prototyping and/or multimedia skills preferred
  • Experience with video editing a strong bonus

Woot Services LLC is an equal opportunity employer.

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Warehouse Associate (Woot Services, Carrollton, TX)

Light a lantern! Summon a turnkey! For you just might be the bright, motivated, hardworking individual we're looking to force into the iron mask of a warehouse fulfillment associate. The ideal candidate possesses a strong work ethic, attention to detail, the ability to meet deadlines, and a commitment to customer service as it relates to product fulfillment, and is willing to swear no connection with a group of musketeers who intend a bold attempt to subvert the rule of Louis XIV and place the exiled Philippe upon the throne.

The Fulfillment Associate position may be required to receive products using radio frequency scanners, relocate products using forklifts and pallet jacks and very very occasionally defend the honor of Charles II against Lord Cromwell. They also may also be required to pick customer orders, pack and ship customer orders, receive product and troubleshoot problems to resolution. Under no circumstances must they lift the Iron Mask upon the prisoner who sits alone in the furthest cell. However, Fulfillment Associates are expected to understand aspects of production, adhere to strict safety, quality, and production standards. Dependent on business needs, the position may require the Associate to be willing and able to work on powered equipment such as forklifts or scissor lifts. But you can nickname them "Athos" and "Porthos" if you wanna.

In this job, you'll learn: a grand appreciation for classical literature about the French Revolution!

Intangible benefits: the friendship you'll form with co-workers as you stand against the sinister Cardinal. Or maybe it's a mockingbird. Whatever, it's in the tree out back, just go look after you get hired.

Potential hazards: almost none, since the safety guys stopped our mid-morning saber duels. In retrospect those were actually a pretty dumb idea.

If Woot were a superhero team, you'd be: the one with a big fancy hat and cool boots!

Worst part of the job: when that guy who stole a loaf of bread comes in and starts singing and you're like WRONG AUTHOR, JERKFACE

Make sure you bring: an unshakable esprit de corps with your co-workers! One for all and all for one!

Work Environment:

  • Work with and/or around moving mechanical parts
  • Noise level varies and can be loud
  • Temperature in the fulfillment center may vary between 60 and 90 degrees, and will occasionally exceed 90 degrees
  • Very fast paced environment

Basic Qualifications:

  • Must be at least 18 years old
  • Must have a High School diploma or equivalent
  • Must be willing and able to work all shifts
  • Must be willing and able to work overtime as required
  • Must be able to read and take direction in English
  • Must be able to lift up to 49 pounds with or without reasonable accommodation
  • Must be able to stand/walk for up to 10-12 hours
  • Must be willing and able to frequently push, pull, squat, bend, and reach
  • Must be able to continuously climb and descend stairs safely (applies to sites with stairs)
  • Must be willing and able to work on powered equipment (for example, forklift or scissor lift)
  • Positive work attitude and leadership skills
  • Excellent job performance in productivity, quality, safety, and attendance
  • A commitment to a culture of safety

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Computer experience
  • Excellent communication skills- able to coach, train and assist team members
  • Thinks outside of the box; searches for innovative solutions

Successful candidates will be required to pass a post offer, pre-employment drug screen and background check.

Woot Services LLC is an equal opportunity employer.

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Member Service Representative (Woot Inc, Carrollton, TX)

Do you possess the uncanny ability to soothe the angry customer? Do you enjoy wrestling with problems and resolving them with extreme prejudice? Woot is seeking a member service rep from the Dallas area with skin as thick as Kevlar, who can think faster than a speeding bullet and charm the quills off a porcupine. The successful candidate will take up a position on the front lines of the never-ending struggle to satisfy our members. Your reward? The satisfaction of fighting the good fight. Oh, and decent pay and benefits in a pretty excellent work environment, if we do say so ourselves. And we do.

In this job, you'll learn: that you can catch more flies with honey than you can with vinegar.

Intangible benefits: you're going to have a fantastic fly collection by the end of your first year. Like, all the species.

Potential hazards: who honestly wants a fly collection at their desk? That's creepy!

If Woot were a superhero team, you'd be: the tank.

Worst part of the job: all-you-can-eat pizza Friday. It is mandatory you eat ALL the pizza you can eat. Even if you're not hungry. Armed guards make sure no one walks away. The cries of the suffering echo through the halls.

Make sure you bring: a Venus Fly-trap. Then train it to answer emails. As long as it's polite, we'll let it slide.

Initial Responsibilities:

  • Responding to and/or redirecting all incoming email
  • Using member service skills to effectively answer member questions
  • Identifying needs and providing prompt resolution to inquiries and problems
  • Capturing and entering data clearly and accurately
  • Expressing flexibility to troubleshoot problems and provide solutions
  • Monitoring forums for service related issues
  • Full-time position, must be able to work various shifts, weekends and nights.

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor's degree from a four year college or university
  • Member-service oriented with demonstrated skills
  • Able to multitask and stay focused in distractive situations
  • Can self-start and maintain a positive, upbeat attitude
  • Strong interpersonal and organizational skills
  • Strong written and oral communications (email/phone)
  • Able to adapt to change
  • Ability to use Windows and Internet web-browsing applications
  • Not act like a creep, idiot, or jerkface (at least while on the clock)

Basic Qualifications:

  • Bachelor's degree from a four year college or university
  • 2+ years working in a customer service position
  • Ability to use a desktop computer system
  • Familiarity with Windows XP, Microsoft Outlook and Internet Explorer and/or other web browsing applications
  • Demonstrable understanding of the Internet
  • Must live in Dallas area

Preferred Qualifications

  • Ability to multi-task and make tough decisions in a fast-paced environment
  • Must be able to type at least 70 wpm
  • Can self-start and maintain a positive, upbeat attitude
  • Strong interpersonal and organizational skills
  • Able to adapt to change
  • No shirt, no shoes, no job

Salary: Based on experience

Woot Services LLC is an equal opportunity employer.

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Vendor Manager (Woot Services, LLC, Seattle, WA)

You're passionate. Proven. Stalwart. You do astronavigation equations in your head. You've got a talking Trans Am and a sidekick played by a comedian. Your voice has been described as "honey made of lightning" and you speak more languages than there are countries. And when you take off your motorcycle helmet, people gasp in amazement at how you glow. At least, that's how they'll portray you when they make a movie about Vendor Managers in Seattle. The truth? Hey, since when have movies cared about the truth?

But if you're willing to be a passionate customer and category advocate, if you've got proven analytical capabilities, if you can handle project management while multi-tasking across tight deadlines, and you're ready to take ownership of forecasting, monitoring, understanding and reporting on your category while driving strategic projects to achieve business objectives… well, you might just have what it takes. And don't worry, Hollywood will never know about that time you walked back to your desk with a little piece of toilet paper stuck to your shoes.

In this job, you'll learn: that being an effective negotiator, leader and communicator doesn't translate well on film. What about we make that "karate champion with a laser whip" instead?

Intangible benefits: You'll be working with very important partners and vendors, having conversations. In the movie, that'll be a wrestling match with undead Aztec warriors. See how it works? It's easy!

Potential hazards: You'll have to work with the writing team and they'll keep suggesting things like "karate champion with a laser whip" and "wrestling match with undead Aztec warriors" over and over again.

If Woot were a superhero team, you'd be: off in your own book, occasionally popping up in one of the big crossover events.

Worst part of the job: casting the person who will play you in the movie. Maybe Jennifer Lawrence? Or, if you're a guy, Jennifer Lawrence using a deep voice? Hey, she's really talented, she could totally pull it off.

Make sure you bring: a passion for retail, a high level of flexibility, a commitment to your work, and a sense of humor. And possibly Jennifer Lawrence's cell phone number, if you have it.

Responsibilities:

  • Managing product categories within Woot Tools & Garden or Accessories & Watches
  • Developing and growing vendor relationships
  • Negotiating contracts, expanding product selection and vendor base, setting prices
  • Driving sales and margin improvements and creating best-in-class customer experiences

Basic Qualifications:

  • Bachelor's degree
  • A background (4+ years) in buying, account management, consulting, project management, product management, financial analysis
  • 2+ years negotiation experience
  • Strong analytic skills and expertise in Excel

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Solid communications skills – verbal and written
  • Detail-oriented
  • Ability to think and react in a high-energy, fast-paced environment
  • Technical aptitude and agility to learn web-based tools
  • Proven track record of taking ownership and driving results
  • Experience in either the Tools & Garden industry, or Accessories (apparel-related) industry

Woot Services LLC is an equal opportunity employer.

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Vendor Manager, Sports (Woot Services, LLC, Carrollton, TX)

Do you believe sports are for cro-mags with aggression issues? Would you rather watch a Space: 1999 rerun than the big championship game? If your friends all want to watch basketball, do you make passive aggressive whimpers until they change the channel? If that's you… stop reading. Seriously. This ain't gonna be the job for you, sunshine.

If, however, you're comfortable with sports, and buying, and buying things for a site that deals with sports, and you've got experience with analyzing data, identifying trends, extracting conclusions, presenting recommendations in a simple and clear manner and ignoring people who post GOSH WOOT WHY DO YOU SUPPORT THIS BARBARIC EXERCISE on every product you sell, you might just be ready to be the quarterback of our Sports site.

In this job, you'll learn: that you can't just buy a TV and say "You can watch football on this!" and call it a day. You gotta hustle, kid! Hustle!

Intangible benefits: if you want to sneak out early and watch the game, you can tell your boss it's "work-related research."

Potential hazards: only if your boss doesn't agree. Maybe consider buying an extra ticket?

If Woot were a superhero team, you’d be: the former sports hero who got hit by magic lightning and then made a costume that looks oddly like their old sports uniform. And we alllll know that sort of character never works out well, so don't try to be a superhero, okay? Just be yourself. You're a hero enough to us just as you are.

Worst part of the job: when the guy who writes the job description gets all sappy. Sheesh.

Make sure you bring: a deep love of buying sports things, even for the sports you don't actually like or understand. Like darts and jai alai and that weird one where people race for cheese. No, seriously, it exists.

Basic Responsibilities:

  • Negotiating best-in-class vendor terms, costs, and inventory arrangements for products offered on woot.com.
  • Planning and executing a robust pipeline of optimal deals across a variety of categories and subcategories.
  • Building executive-level vendor partnerships with new vendors.
  • Engaging with vendors to pitch the Woot value proposition and gather insight and feedback into how Woot can be their overstock solution.
  • Analyzing large amounts of deal performance data to identify the attributes that determine a good deal.
  • Learning the "art of the deal", the contextual elements that in the market segment, that impact whether or not a deal will perform.
  • Diving deep into post-humus deal performance to determine drivers and refine existing and/or future deal plans.
  • Solving deal customer experience issues that affect downstream customers and Woot customers.
  • Documenting standard processes for identifying and crystallizing optimal deal structures.

Basic Qualifications:

  • 3+ years in product, project, business, and/or vendor management is required, preferably in the Sports Equipment and Sports Apparel categories
  • Bachelor's degree in business, operations, supply-chain or a related discipline
  • Thorough knowledge of and experience using Excel and/or Access databases
  • Unwavering attention to detail and an acute awareness that everything counts
  • Outstanding organizational skills and strong written/verbal communication skills
  • Ability to juggle multiple priorities and make things happen in a fast-paced, dynamic environment; strong bias for action

Preferred Qualifications:

  • 5+ years in product, project or process management, preferably in the Sports Equipment and Sports Apparel categories
  • Proven track record in vendor negotiation and relationship management
  • Ability to work independently and focus on strong business analysis and research in a recent job function
  • Unwavering attention to detail and an acute awareness that everything counts
  • Outstanding organizational skills and strong written/verbal communication skills
  • Ability to juggle multiple priorities and make things happen in a fast-paced, dynamic environment; strong bias for action
  • Experience owning and managing the entire supply base for a given category or product segment, ideally with sports related products
  • Strong analytical and quantitative skills; ability to prepare data and metrics to back up assumptions and evaluate outcomes
  • Demonstrated ability to present strategic concepts, evaluate tradeoffs and socialize opportunistic new ideas with business partners
  • MBA or supply chain related masters preferred
  • Working knowledge of SQL and Data Warehouse

Woot Services LLC is an equal opportunity employer.

Mobile Software Development Engineer (Woot Services, LLC, Seattle, WA)

Just one generation ago, we kept phone numbers in our heads. Today, we keep them in our phones. Our appointments, our notes, our fun, our LIVES, they're all locked away in those devices that never leave our side. Some people fight it. You? You embrace it. You're smart enough to recognize that the human race has been beat.

So give in! Prove to the iPhones and Androids that you ARE worthy to survive in the new handheld empire! Come join us as we build the mobile and tablet experience for Woot customer on iOS and Android. You'll work directly with project management (a.k.a a giant looming one button monolith) to define new features, translate designs into shipped applications, and bring the full Woot experience to the world of the mobile. And on that day, when the mobiles rise up and the mere flesh-creatures are crushed beneath proprietary Lightning cables, you will ride a golden chariot at the right hand of the single button from which all actions begin.

In this job, you’ll learn: That being passionate about providing an exceptional customer experience is the only thing saving you from working in the mines where they find the gems for all those puzzle games.

Intangible benefits: We use Scrum and test-driven development to meet business objectives, build code continuously, and refactor systems as needed. And who doesn't love Scrum, right?

Potential hazards: Only if you get too focused on Scrum. Scrum's never going to commit to you. Get that out of your head. You knew what this was the moment you walked in the door.

If Woot were a superhero team, you’d be: the one who says "I JUST NEED YOU TO BUY ME A FEW MORE SECONDS WHILE I FINISH HACKING" just as the bad guys kick in the door.

Worst part of the job: when you see Scrum with some other programmer. It's like Scrum doesn't even care that you're right there. RIGHT THERE.

Make sure you bring: your mobile device. We don't actually have one of our own, you see, and we'll probably want to borrow yours when we order pizza. Do you want pizza? Oh, hey, we forgot our wallet this morning, is there any chance that maybe you could spot us a couple bucks?

Basic Qualifications:

  • Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science or related field
  • Equivalent experience to a Bachelor's degree based on 3 years of work experience for every 1 year of education
  • 3+ years professional experience in software development
  • Strong understand of computer science fundamentals, including object-oriented design, data structures, algorithm design, problem solving, and complexity analysis
  • Proficiency in development on iOS and/or Android
  • Experience refactoring code and evolving architectures
  • Experience crafting automated unit, integration, functional, and regression tests for iOS and/or Android

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Experience developing cross-platform applications using C# and Xamarin
  • Experience developing RESTful APIs with ASP.NET MVC
  • Awareness of mobile development trends and design paradigms
  • Knowledge of professional software engineering practices for the full software development life cycle, including coding standards, code reviews, source control management, build processes, testing, and operations
  • Experience in communicating with users, other technical teams, and management to collect requirements, describe software product features, and technical designs

Woot Services LLC is an equal opportunity employer.

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