The Software Engineer designs and builds software solutions across Tribune Publishing, focusing on audience engagement front-end development. This role requires hands-on software development skills, deep technical expertise across the entire software delivery process, and a keen ability to collaborate with cross-functional colleagues and stakeholders.
We’d love you to join our growing product development team whose mission is to create people-centric software experiences that empower our local news and digital partners. True to our purpose, we help small teams play big!
Be part of a digital media landscape in the midst of rapid change; our team is at the center of a new content, marketing, operations, and revenue-sustainable experience that puts product, people and performance first. You will be a key member of our agile team focused on building reliable, trusted applications that engage with customers across the many US media markets in our portfolio, such as the Chicago Tribune, Baltimore Sun, the Orlando Sentinel, and affiliate company New York Daily News. Check out our local news portfolio to see if we operate in a market near you.
As part of the broader Product Development team, you will contribute to a culture that prioritizes continuous learning, autonomous decision making, agility, and pragmatism. Join us to kick-start your career at a company that offers substantial personal and professional growth opportunities via a hands-on learning approach and a flexible working style.
Tribune Publishing is committed to hiring people with diverse backgrounds, voices and visions. Be yourself. Bring yourself. Because that’s the only way we will deliver on our mission to provide meaningful journalism to the diverse communities we serve. We hold ourselves accountable for fostering inclusion and opportunity across race, gender, age, creed, identity and experience.
Tribune Publishing Company is a media company rooted in award-winning journalism. Headquartered in Chicago, Tribune Publishing Company operates local media businesses in eight markets with titles including the Chicago Tribune, The Baltimore Sun, Orlando Sentinel, South Florida’s Sun-Sentinel, Virginia’s Daily Press and The Virginian-Pilot, The Morning Call of Lehigh Valley, Pennsylvania, and the Hartford Courant.