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Pathgather


Back End API Engineer

Back End API Engineer


Pathgather


api

engineer

backend

api

engineer

backend

4yr

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\nPathgather is an enterprise learning platform that - unlike traditional learning systems forced on employees - is one you'll actually enjoy using. We’re solving a big problem felt by almost all large companies: how to continuously train and educate your workforce with modern/relevant content. More than 75% of all companies use a Learning Management System (LMS) for this, but their > 60% dissatisfaction rate shows these systems simply don’t work. We’re changing that.\n\nOne way we're doing that is through the flexibility in our platform. Modern enterprises use a great number of disparate systems to meet their training needs, including LMSs, CMSs, cloud storage services, and 3rd-party content vendors. Pathgather is a unifying interface for all these disconnected tools, which means we deal with APIs...lots and lots of APIs. We also offer our own APIs to customers (see docs.pathgather.com) so they can integrate internal systems into Pathgather and power our web/mobile clients via in-house APIs.\n\nWe're looking for an API-experienced, back-end engineer to join our small but growing team. You'll own the API we provide to companies like Qualcomm, Walmart, and Twitter, and you'll help standardize and expand our suite of 3rd party integrations. You'll have significant impact on every customer deployment, the opportunity to interface with the talented engineers consuming our APIs, and the ability to influence our development lifecycle.\n\nResponsibilites\n\n\n* Lead and develop integrations that enhance our learning content offerings to our customers. Our current integrations include providers like Lynda, Pluralsight, Udemy, etc, and we want you to help ensure our catalog offering remains diverse and updated.\n\n* Lead and develop integrations with common enterprise products like SharePoint, Box, etc.\n\n* Enhance the API we provide to our customers (current version seen at docs.pathgather.com)\n\n* Work with our Lead Back-End Engineer on normal feature development and enhancements\n\n* Start work on a content vendor API to be used in an eventual Pathgather partner program/platform. This API would allow partnered content vendors to integrate with the Pathgather platform in a variety of ways. Functionality would potentially include the ability for vendors to push their learning content and analytics/events to Pathgather as well as the ability to pull & visualize analytics about their content's performance in Pathgather.\n\n\n

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