U.S. News & World Report is a digital-first media company dedicated to helping consumers and business professionals make important decisions. We publish independent reporting, rankings, data journalism, and advice that has earned the trust of our readers and users for more than 85 years.
As a trusted authority providing empowerment and guidance that improves the quality of life for consumers and communities, U.S. News ultimately leads to better life decisions.
We are looking for an enthusiastic Full Stack Software Developer with an interest in building dynamic, data-driven products who has had experience working with editorial teams to support and customize content management systems.
U.S. News empowers everyone to thrive. The developers at U.S. News have a great deal of independence and a minimum of overhead. By leveraging React.js, Python, AWS cloud, Google BigQuery, data science, conversational AI, and other latest technologies, you’ll be driving a major transformation within U.S. News.
We offer a casual work environment. Our offices are in the Georgetown neighborhood of Washington, D.C. We are also open to having this person work remote from anywhere in the U.S.
This position requires comfort working with front-end development and web standards as well as backend technologies. In particular, it will involve close interaction with our editorial and content teams and a lot of hands-on development within our customized CMS. Our developers thrive in a collaborative environment but also excel at solving challenges independently. We use many different technologies and operate in many different environments, and we work together with designers, analysts, stakeholders, and testers to build products as efficiently and effectively as possible. We also believe in perpetual self-improvement, and expect our employees to continue to work towards developing their own skills and the skills of those around them.
Talent is our best asset!
We invest in people with passion and potential who understand U.S. News’ dedication to our consumers.