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Funding250K-500K USD
Salary65,000-100,000/YR USD
IndustryMobile, Travel, Consumer, Location, Social Networking
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iPhone Developer

at Forkly in Denver, CO   —   Jul 18, 2014   |  
Forkly is looking for an experienced iPhone developer to help build our mobile apps. We're an early-stage startup with some prior experience, working feverishly on taking the experience of dining out into the 21st century. You will be working on cutting edge projects on our small team. You get to own the projects you work on, and have direct input into the decisions that change the business and the way people share and discover the world of restaurants/food.

Please submit samples of your work.
You need to live or be willing to move to the Denver/Boulder area. This is not a telecommute position.
Build exciting new experiences on Forkly's iPhone platform
Work closely with UX designers to build cool stuff
Rapidly fix bugs and solve problems - Conduct design and code reviews
Bring your ideas to the table to help shape the Forkly product
Experience in developing iPhone apps
A solid overall CS background
Knowledge of web service technologies and services (specifically REST APIs)
A desire to create something significant, take initiative and move things forward
bonus - Experience developing other mobile applications (Android, BlackBerry, Palm Pre, Windows Mobile)
bonus - Previous startup experience
bonus - Active user of Twitter/Facebook/Instagram
bonus - Rest API experience
bonus - Rails & Mongo DB
bonus - You love food and dining out
BS in Computing Science or similar field
We provide a competitive salary and stock options that actually mean something (you'd be one of the first to join the team).
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