Talented Developer for Exciting New Travel-Tech Start-up

at Jetsetter Jobs in London

Are you a highly capable, driven and adaptable developer? If so, this may be the perfect role for you!

We are looking for a ninja WordPress developer to join a game changing new start-up that is looking to revolutionise travel! Jetsetterjobs.com is the first GO-TO platform for youth travellers with temporary jobs in foreign countries so they can travel longer, cheaper and have an awesome local experience! We soft launched last summer, are SEIS advanced assured and have already started to generate revenue. We were also selected to take part in the FastForward Accelerator last summer.

The site uses a custom WordPress theme running the WP Jobs manager plugin. We were working with a freelance developer to improve on our MVP and are now looking for a someone to get involved with us to help us scale in the long-term. Our platform is built in WordPress at the moment but we are looking to move to custom site and develop an app in the next year so knowledge beyond WordPress or willingness to learn how other languages work quickly is key. We know the importance of UX/UI so if you have front-end skills too that is a massive bonus too.

We are making it easier for people to find work abroad and it is important that you share in our strong passion for travel! We are a strong team of 3, with some great advisers pushing to take us to our full potential and we want ambitious co-founders on the team.

We are looking for someone to get involved part-time initially for a month where we can pay some expenses. After that period we will can discuss equity/payment options.

If this sounds interesting to you and you make an impact how people work and travel in the future, get in touch! We’re happy to arrange a call or meet for a coffee. We are based around Old Street, London.

If you have any questions let us know and we look forward to hearing from you!

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Published at 21 Dec 2016
Expires on 21 Feb 2017
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