Last.fm is growing. We’re currently looking for great people to join our team.
How to Apply
To apply for any of these positions, please send an email to , with the job title as your subject. Note, no agencies will be considered.
Please include a short cover letter, with the following:
- Your Last.fm user name
- Your CV
- Your current notice period
- Your eligibility to work in the UK
- Your salary expectation
We reserve the right to be unimpressed if you can’t follow these simple instructions. Unless otherwise stated, all positions will be full time, and based at Last.fm HQ in London SE1 (see how to get there).
Last.fm does not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, colour, sex, age, non-disqualifying physical or mental disability, national origin, sexual orientation, or any other basis covered by local law. All matters related to employment are decided on the basis of qualifications, merit and business need.
If you would like to be considered for employment opportunities with Last.fm and need special assistance due to a disability or accommodation for a disability, please specify this in your application.
We think that everyone should be hands-on and there are opportunities to work across the whole stack, from back-end to front-end. We collaborate closely with everyone in the company - product, design and support, through to the infrastructure and commercial teams. We also collaborate closely with each other - we like to review each other’s work, share techniques and design things as a team.
* a professional with several years of experience.
* willing to tackle the hard problems first.
* proud to work to a high standard.
* not afraid to change your mind when the evidence leads to unexpected conclusions.
* strong experience with Java & related technologies - Spring, Hibernate etc.
* some experience with Python, C/C++ and/or Scala.
* experience with Hadoop, Hive and other big data/event processing platforms such as Storm or Spark.
* experience with SQL and NoSQL databases.
* a talent for thinking about scalability, performance and fault tolerance.
As a bonus, perhaps you also:
* feel comfortable with Test Driven Development.
* write SQL like a wizard.
* mash-up APIs in your spare time.
* know your factory from your singleton, and when not to use either.
* play a decent game of foosball.
* like music.