Cars.com is seeking a tech driven Architect who has the requisite experience to lead full stack application architectures through delivery. Our organization will look to you to bring latest thought leadership to the table when it comes to frictionless partner integration, fast data pipelines and engaging consumer experiences. Both on-prem and cloud-native solutions are in play.
As an ideal fit, you are a forward thinking person who considers long-term trends and broad business implications when determining approach or recommending actions, demonstrates thoughtful preparation and confidence in recommended actions, and values being a proactive leader who seeks to help others and increase value.
Established in 1998, Cars.com is one of the original Chicago based high growth technology companies. We’ve developed an online platform to make it easier for consumers to research and comparison shop for one of the biggest purchases of their lives. By offering trusted expert content, on-the-lot mobile app features, millions of new and used vehicle listings, a comprehensive set of research tools and the largest database of consumer reviews in the industry, we continue to develop innovative products to connect consumers to dealers across the country.
Change is in our DNA, and 2016 has been no exception! Earlier this year, we announced our move to a new headquarters. Our acquisition of DealerRater, the largest online ratings platform for car dealerships. Lastly, we will be a free-standing publicly traded company in 2017!
The one constant has been the unique culture we've created. Our employees have cultivated an environment leveraging technology, fostering innovation, and embracing collaboration. We take pride in how Cars.com empowers our people to win and gain valuable experiences along the way!
Cars.com, Inc. is a proud equal opportunity employer. We are a drug free, EEO employer committed to a diverse workforce. We will consider all qualified candidates regardless of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, age, marital status, personal appearance, sexual orientation, gender identity, family responsibilities, disability, education, political affiliation, veteran status or genetic information.