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Back End Developer - Intern

at TeacherGraph in Austin, TX   —   Jul 12, 2014   |  
We are looking for a member to add to our team of entrepreneurs. This could be a HUGE opportunity for someone passionate about education technology – working in a high potential growth industry, flexible hours and schedule, and working alongside myself and my other Co-Founder to learn the in’s and out’s of getting a startup company built, funded, launched, and growing!

We are extremely passionate about what we’re doing and want someone that is going to share in that belief and attitude. Requirements for this position would include: improving the backend of existing features, working with Founders to conceive new concepts for a better user experience, and support development of product as requested. Since we’re just getting things off the ground, other requirements could come up, but that’s the best part of being involved with a startup…lots of opportunity to learn and plenty of challenging work. The person we are looking for should be fluent in English, hard-working, have a strong willingness to learn about business and entrepreneurship, be proficient with PHP, SQL, and have the ability to communicate within a team environment. Experience with Laravel is a plus. We work pretty closely together, but it’s a blast.

We value our interns as team members. Our interns have the same expectations of employees and the opportunity to dive into real projects. Hours are flexible with 15-20 hrs/week. We are very open to discuss compensation.

If interested, shoot over your resume and cover letter to with subject line “Back End Developer – Intern” and we'll consider you for an interview.
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