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Software Development

Posted

2014-06-20 06:54

Description

One step away from being a technical co-founder? Already crashed and burned once before? Then you’re one of us, and we need your help. And we’re ready to give you between $85K - $120K a year and meaningful equity in Groove to do it from your home office.

We’re a small remote team tackling a giant market with one driving principle, “simple is better”. We’ve put the time in talking with customers and refining our app, and now it’s time to step on the gas.

We need a front-end hacker to join our push to $100k a month in revenue. Someone who lives and breathes the web like us. Someone who hates bloated CSS as much as they hate janky animations. And can spot both.

Like us, you:

  • hate extra clicks
  • write code for humans
  • sweat the details
  • see page speed as a feature
  • believe apps should have a personality

We don’t care about degrees, but 3-5 years experience building large, modular Javascript apps is a must. You’ll be pairing up with one of the best young designers to build a modern help desk, and we’re counting on you to help us skip the pitfalls you’ve already faced.

Beyond that you’ll want to know:

  • Javascript (with and without jQuery)
  • Coffeescript (up for debate)
  • EMCA5 (and making IE place nice)
  • CSS3 (especially animations)
  • Git (with a team)
  • Backbone (or similar for perspective)
  • React (or Angular)

Experience working remotely is the only other requirement. You’ll be joining a completely remote team that knows how hackers work best. Meetings are kept to minimum and everyone is left to get things done.

We’re online together all day in Slack, but it won’t be uncommon for you to be on your own project for a day or more a time. You’ll be acting as a one (wo)man startup and will need to be comfortable managing yourself as such. The right person will see this as a perk :)

Don’t think we expect you to be a code robot night and day though. We understand burnout; so 40 hour weeks are the norm and vacations actually happen. Though the occasional feature demands a long week, we all have real lives outside of work. And we want you to have one too.

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