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Funding500K-1M USD
Employees4
SalaryShhhh...
FulltimeYes
TelecommuteNo
IndustryMobile, Consumer, E-commerce, Entertainment, Social Networking
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Chief Technology Officer (Co-founder)- NY

at Fanlime in New York, NY   —   Jul 16, 2014   |  
Overview
Fanlime.com is looking for a technical co-founder to lead the charge in revolutionizing the sports & digital commerce landscape.
Responsibilities
Chief Technology Officer (Co- founder) - Lead a development team to execute on the Fanlime vision.
Execute. Effectively lead a team of engineers to build new versions of website and consistently make necessary fixes/edits. Maintain ownership of platform architecture, development, and scalability. Roll out product on new platforms.
Manage. Recruit and manage engineering team (may be entirely internal or hybrid team).
Evolve. Evolve new ideas—developing multi-platform strategy, building on existing game mechanics & social architecture etc.
Experience
Ideal candidate should have worked for either a web startup or large internet company (Facebook, Google, Yahoo, MSFT Interactive etc) in a product or engineering manager role. May also have experience at the likes of MLBAM, ESPN Mobile, NFL Digital or similar.
Skills
Language. Web Fluent in PHP/MySQL; Familiarity with AJAX and Javascript a plus. (May transition to Rails). Mobile: Prior experience in building apps on one or more mobile platforms (Objective C &/or Java).
Passion. Passion for sports is a big plus. Must strongly believe in concept.
Culture Fit. Our environment is focused, we work hard and ask a lot of questions. We learn from failure and strive to make a big splash in the sports media landscape.
Compensation
Salary + Equity
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