Seeking Full Stack Developer/Co-Founder

at myKidsy ltd in London

Description

We are an exiting tech start up in the online marketplace for education and have a booking platform .

We are looking for an experienced developer to be a co-founder to join us and drive the development forward. We are looking to partner with someone who is not only highly skilled with the right experience, but who has an entrepreneurial flair and is excited about this space and has exited successfully online marketplaces and is very experienced with booking engines. Our current site is built in php.


About MyKidsy

MyKidsy (www.myKidsy.com) is the very first online marketplace in the newly created Parent Tech space, giving parents access to MyKidsy’s innovative extracurricular activities, including coding, entrepreneurship, finance literacy and mindfulness. In essence we offer, ‘additional education on which to build their foundation’. MyKidsy.com is simple to navigate making it easy for parents to select after school, weekend and holiday activities for their future ‘Kidprenuers’.

The Role

Leading role to be head of technology and development with a hands on approach and strong leadership.

Full stack developer


Profile

Passionate about technology and how it can benefit to the running of a start-up
Experience in dealing with time constraints and unpredictability associated in a start up environment
Experience with booking platforms and online marketplaces
Someone who is self-motivated

Requirements

Minimum 5 years programming experience, ideally with expertise gained in the following:

Knowledge of different programming languages such as Php, javascript,HTML V but also newer languages.
Experience in building APIs and integration with third parties is necessary- Expertise in techniques to achieve data and security, iCloud.


Benefits

Options and salary to be negotiable

Equity currently and after the funding, the compensation plus equity

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Published at 24 Nov 2017
Expires on 24 Jan 2018