Do you enjoy refining features until they're great? Care about coding standards and think method naming matters? You could be the person we're looking for...
This is a remote position for someone based in the United Kingdom or Ireland.
You'll be helping us build new features, maintain a fully-tested code base, pitch in with ideas, and deploy code.
You enjoy delivering great work and appreciate the benefits remote working can bring. Enthusiasm, organisation, clear writing, honest communication and a love to collaborate are essential.
In return for your time, energy and passion we'll give you a fun, human, professional environment to grow within. You'll get a Macbook Pro to work from, time to develop yourself, and a salary between £30-40k (based on experience and ability).
We have an expanding customer base, a round of investment, and lots of ideas and potential to realise. We're looking for someone to help us develop our product and grow with us.
Email Jamie Dyer at email@example.com and include the MD5 hash of the string “I want to work for you!” and let us know why you love doing what you do and why you should be doing it with us.
We receive lots of applications. If you want to work for us make sure your email stands out from the crowd. Tell us why you would be the perfect fit for us and include links to projects and code you are proud of (don’t just direct us to your github profile).
Oh, and we're not looking to appoint a recruitment agent, so please don't waste your time. Sorry.
We're on a mission to make running any service business faster, easier and more pleasant. We love to build user-friendly web-based tools for service companies who want to run a great business and delight their clients.
We believe in making our customers working days easier. If we succeed, we’ll have happy customers who want to tell their friends about us.
We have an expanding customer base of thousands all over the World, tons of potential, a round of investment and lots of great ideas to realise.
Get in touch and let’s see if we can help each other grow.