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Web / Internet Developer

at Confidential in Cambridge, MA   —   Apr 07, 2014   |  
Overview
Small, early-stage startup seeking a motivated Internet web and application developer. We are a small team with a big idea for specialized content driven interaction. Our idea has been proven on a small scale though a niche focused prototype (already averaging ~15K uniques/month) from which we've been able to observe trends and behavior. This has enabled us to more accurately derive features and requirements for the new platform.

The developer will be a highly talented, enthusiastic, engineer seeking the opportunity to take on an integral role in a greater vision. Beyond pure technical skills, we are looking for passion, desire and a burning eagerness to build the next big thing.
Responsibilities
Responsible for leading implementation of core platform and underlying services
Translate wireframes into fully functional website
Work directly with CTO on architectural design
Experience
Candidate must have prior experience in developing AJAX-based applications - jQuery, DHTML and JSP, Java and J2EE is required
Experience building websites and portals (LifeRay preferred)
Excellent communication skills and the ability to work independent of other team members
Skills
AJAX (jQuery), DHTML and JSP, Java and J2EE required
Education
Required Education: Bachelor's Degree
Current college students and recent graduates are encouraged to apply!
Compensation
Equity based on experience. Financial compensation upon successful funding / revenue generation.
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