Featured in New York Times (http://nyti.ms/pvkyMY), 7x7 (http://bit.ly/yCKE1X) and TechCrunch (http://tcrn.ch/wyVcLk), Cater2.me is a Bay Area startup that connects curated food providers with individuals ordering for group meals and events. Having started in late 2010, Cater2.me is already the largest company of its kind and is growing fast with a strong base of food partners and clients throughout San Francisco and the South Bay.
Why you want to work for us:
Cater2.me is comprised of smart, ambitious and fun food lovers. Our team includes a diverse set of personalities and skills, from Ivy League educated finance folks to music aficionados to foodies with serious culinary experience. Our culture is collaborative, fast-paced, and driven. We want our employees to grow with us, and as an early member of our team, you will have the opportunity to be at the helm of change and growth within the organization.
What we’re looking for:
The ideal candidate is a well-rounded developer/engineer who is a self-starter and is looking for the responsibility to lead the development of a comprehensive, scalable technology solution. The candidate must be proficient in backend development using the LAMP/WAMP stack and should also be familiar with how to implement the backend development in the frontend. She/he must be able to work closely with the founders and will be instrumental in leading the development of the company’s technology product, infrastructure, and strategy. The candidate will be given autonomy to build the groundwork for the long term tech framework while also working to improve the current interfaces and databases.
Lead development of company's technology product
Oversee build-out and management of IT infrastructure
Develop comprehensive technology strategy
Graduated from a computer programming / computer engineering program OR at least 2 years of work experience with both frontend and backend programming
Relevant experience coding databases in PHP and MySQL
Portfolio of work
Experience setting up IT servers / home or work network
Graduated from a computer programming / computer engineering program
Competitive – Salary and equity