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CTO position at an early stage startup

at ProFind in Silicon Valley, CA   —   Mar 29, 2014   |  
Overview
ProFind is a cool early-stage startup, with a strong team, a fully developed product which recently launched in Israel and has a growing users-base. Our target market is the US and we plan to launch in California this month. 
 
In a nutshell, we utilize social-search technology to help users find professionals recommended by friends and colleagues.Our vision is to disrupt Yelp, Angie’s List, Red Beacon etc. and to become a one-stop-shop social search engine for independent service providers and SMBs. For the professionals – we offer a new customer acquisition platform.

Check the following videos to see what we’re about:
1. Users perspective: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rqhxk_B1Q8A
2. Pros perspective: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eH4dozcmQJg

The website: www.theProFind.com (currently in Hebrew Israel only (intentionally) so use Google Translate if needed)

We are currently restructuring the company in a way that leaves room for a new partner to join for significant equity. So if you feel like joining a new adventure and be part of the next big thing feel free to contact me- Liat@theprofind.com
Skills
A cool person as well as a rockstar web developer, both back-end and front-end.
Mobile development experience is a plus.
The technologies we've been using so far: HTML+CSS, javascript, php, ajax, asp.net, MySql (databases)
Compensation
We are looking for a partner that could join for a full time position but we also open for a part time.
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