Are you a web developer who wants a competitive wage and the opportunity to solve real business problems?
How about a chance to show your skills to an influential audience?
Maybe even get access to equity in high growth businesses?
CEO.ca is a conference for global investors founded in 2012.
Investors love our content and we are getting talked about in media outlets like BNN, CNBC Africa, Globe and Mail, and Business Insider.
We need a web developer to help build architecture and tools for our community using open source technologies. If you’re not yet a web developer but it will be your desired field of choice in the near future you may benefit a little by reading up on how to learn to code for beginners.
The right candidate will also ensure the technology behind our business (publishing, paywall, user accounts, landing pages, a/b testing, data feeds, payment processing, forums, etc) is efficient, attractive and economics driven.
From time to time, you will meet with our clients to discuss their business problems. We also don’t mind if you have a few outside projects, as long as the majority of your time is focused on growing CEO.ca.
Some of the qualities in you that are important to us are personal accountability, communication skills, clean code and designs, and a sense of humour.
Vancouver, Canada is your preferred location, but the right candidate can work from anywhere, as long as we are in regular communication (Gchat, Skype, iChat, Gmail, Google Docs, Slack, WordPress, etc).
We would like to work directly with the right candidate, so please, no agencies. This person can bring in freelancers or agencies as needed.
If this opportunity sounds like you, please email firstname.lastname@example.org a few links and comments about your work experience, and let us know your compensation expectations to arrange a Skype interview.
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Thanks for your interest in CEO.ca.
President, Pacific Website Co.
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— Tommy Humphreys (@tommyhump) November 2, 2014