• Strong experience working with CSS/SCSS.
• Strong experience writing Node.js microservices with Express (or similar frameworks) and GraphQL and REST.
• Excellent written and verbal English language communication skills.
• Experience working with AWS platform services and Docker.
• Enjoy programming in a functional rather than imperative style.
• Experience working in, and developing for, Linux-based environments.
• Have worked with Terraform for defining infrastructure-as-code.
• Direct cooperation with the customer
• Dedicated HR / Client Manager
• Regular performance reviews
• Competitive salary, medical insurance, 20 working vacation days
• Regular corporate events, team buildings, etc.
• Be a full and active member of an existing Trint development team participating in every aspect of product engineering from attending discovery calls with customers, to joining daily stand-ups via Zoom and hanging out on Slack.
• Work in an agile manner delivering value quickly and iteratively.
• Provide the benefit of your experience — we want to hear your ideas on how we can make the product or working practices better.
• Make a substantial contribution to our product by delivering high-quality, well-tested code.
• Be comfortable talking through your work and explaining your decisions.
Trint is the scale-up that blows manual transcription out of the water. We solve the pain point of manual transcription by applying AI to automate the process, empowering users to focus on extracting more value from the spoken word. Trint’s browser-based productivity platform for collaborative media and content analysis changes the way professionals work with audio and video to produce content and insights.
Trint’s bold aspirations are focused on leading innovation and growth in the emerging voice economy. Google’s Digital News Innovation Fund awarded us two grants to further Trint’s innovation in audio/video content management. Trint is reshaping voice-driven value creation by integrating into existing enterprise workflows in big verticals like media, research, and video production.
Early adopters include Google, The Associated Press, BBC, The New York Times, ESPN, Vice News, The Washington Post, Thomson Reuters, Indiana University and The State of Nebraska.