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FundingLess than 250K USD
Employees8
SalaryShhhh...
FulltimeYes
TelecommuteNegotiable
IndustryWeb 2.0, Software, Consumer, Social Networking
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Back-End (PHP/MySQL) Developer and/or Software (Python) Engineer.

at OffHold in Boston, MA   —   Apr 03, 2014   |  
Overview
Back-End (PHP/MySQL) Developer and/or Software (Python) Engineer.
Responsibilities
As an OffHold web developer; you will be responsible for the backend database of our minimalistic social network, which will then be integrated into a Mac and PC application. You will work closely with the OffHold development team and CTO to define the scope, and build the features of our growing service.
Experience
OffHold's ideal candidate is an ambitious Computer Science major/graduate who has the desire and abilities necessary to build a company from the ground up. Someone who can build a social networking platform from scratch (with the help of our development team) and the ability to integrate it into a useful software package.
Skills
Driven and self-motivated, a self-starter who can work without supervision.
Understanding of Social Networking sites and the vision to work towards the next big thing.
PHP5 and experience with Yii framework; MySQL a must.
Knowledge of front-end technologies (HTML5/CSS, Javascript/AJAX)
Python; for use with PC/OS X applications; ability to seamlessly integrate a backend database and a VOIP Service.
Education
BS in Computer Science/related field (*or working towards a degree).
Compensation
Equity Shares + Office Space. Ownership ranging from 5-10% dependent on contribution. While this might sound worse than a $100,000 a year job, keep in mind that it was better to get in at Facebook before they could offer $100,000 a year jobs.
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