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Front-End Developer

at MyAchy LLC in Mountain View, CA   —   Jul 07, 2014   |  
What we do:

myAchy LLC is a privately funded start-up based in Mountain View, CA. We want to change the way technology is adapted. What we call, “chasing the vision” allows us to focus on the true benefits of technology versus building something that is solely a feature to the end-user. To us, the merger of science and technology is what allows the growth of our mobile applications sector.
What you would do: You would be the lead front-end guru for the team. You would spearhead the website development as well as the mobile application for iOS and Android platforms. You would assist us in building the remainder of the back-end coding team and graphic designers needed with growth. You would have an extremely integral role in the technical cultivation of the system.
To us, you are joining efforts with our vision. You must be looking to change the world and be a part of our dream team. We want you to be able to come right in with a strong drive and look for a permanent growth. In other words, we want someone hungry for success, not for next week’s paycheck. Your vested interest is required.
What you would get: Alongside a well-mannered team, you get perks. If we are in the mobile applications field, it only makes sense that you receive the latest technology. You will have your own personal iPad 2. You will have an Apple station to work on with your own desk.
Transparent honesty from team members.
*Paid Position
You must have experience in mobile application development
Must be able to provide 1-3 examples of recent work
UX Design
Adobe Indesign
Adobe Illustrator
Android (Plus)
Snow Leopard
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