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Full-time Front-End Developer role @ stealth-mode startup

From: user 1.
Sent on: Monday, July 26, 2010 11:24 AM

Hello, all;


I wanted to reach out to the list regarding a full-time Front-End Web Development role that I have with a stealth-mode startup that is looking to change the way that people are protected online.  They’re recently funded, and have a small core group in place, so this is very good time to get in at the ground-floor level, and really help drive the direction of the company’s future.


With regards to the position itself, the candidate would participate in the selection of development tools, design and implementation of the presentation layer, in addition to some back-end integration work.  The ideal candidate would need to have experience with Django/Python, in addition to HTML, CSS, Javascript (using one or more Javascript framework) and AJAX.


Since they’re still in stealth-mode, I can’t say much else regarding what they’re working on without an NDA, although one of the components of the UI is based on social gaming/game mechanics, so candidates that have experience with Facebook platforms or social gaming is a HUGE plus.


This is NOT an “equity-only” position, and the salary range for this role may top out at around $105K-$110K or so, although it’s dependent upon the candidate in question.


I’ve got a great relationship with the Founder, so this is not just a position where a recruiter is “putting bodies over the fence and hoping something sticks.” They’re looking to get someone on board very quickly, so if this position sounds interesting to you, please feel free to respond to me directly, and I’ll answer any questions that you may have.


Thanks, everyone.






Donald James



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