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Programmer (CTO/cofounder) for social enterprise

at girltank in but really we're global and virtual   —   Apr 03, 2014   |  
Overview
girltank – a small and growing global social enterprise that empowers girl changemakers – is looking for a dynamic CTO to join the team. First assignment: All-expense paid trip to Santiago, Chile to code Phase 1 of our website. After that you'll work virtually in the location of your choosing.
Responsibilities
Immediately, we want our CTO co-founder to develop a prototype platform on which our current 1000+ members can collaborate. Moving forward, we want someone to be the architect and coder of our full-blown online entrepreneurial ecosystem. Our CTO co-founder will be a great coder, have a vision for the future, and be creative in finding innovative technical solutions to support our thousands of community members. At girltank, you can do right by coding well!
Experience
Excellent front and back-end programming skills
Experience creating production-quality websites
Demonstrated ability to learn and master multiple programming languages with an eye for how they affect user experience
Experience optimizing websites for mobile devices
Skills
Coding
Project management
Interpersonal skills
We want someone with technical ability who also can create a vision for girltank's online ecosystem
Education
Doesn't matter as long as you're good at what you do!
Compensation
All expense paid trip to Santiago, Chile for 1 month to begin - all negotiations about the full time role will start after we confirm that we're happy with each other!!!
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