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Startup looking for a CTO

From: Maria O.
Sent on: Thursday, July 12, 2007 12:18 AM
Dear Meetup Group,
Here is an opportunity to get involved with a great startup!  MeetMOJO is a web-based collaborative platform for the real estate industry (e-mail me for more details).  We are looking for a entrepreneurial-minded techie to be part of the team.
Job description:
The Chief Technology Officer will be chiefly responsible for developing and implementing the company?s technical strategy.  The CTO will also serve as the director of product development.  In this capacity, he/she will directly supervise the development team in the design and implementation of the website.
The successful candidate will have 10+ years experience architecting, designing, and implementing large-scale web applications.  The candidate should also have some experience as a software project manager and be familiar with all components of the software product development lifecycle.  He/she should have experience and be comfortable working with the following technologies and methodologies:
  • N-tier architecture
  • Java J2EE
  •  Microsoft .NET
  •  SQL
  •  XML
  • HTML
  • JavaScript
  • AJAX expertise is a plus
Interested parties should contact me directly at [address removed]
Thank you!
Maria Ogneva


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