Developer PHP at BookGreener

Bali, Indonesia

Posted on May 01 2015 (over 1 year ago)

About BookGreener:

www.BookGreener.com offers enlightening travel experiences by promoting hotels that are part of the solution.

About the job:

About you

The successful candidate would be our lead developer and as such would be in charge of all in house development, so we are looking for someone who is competent, self-motivated and can hold their own. The developer will also manage a team of remote developers.

You will work directly with the creative team, but managing the technical aspects of the project yourself.

A key component of being part of BookGreener is that you are working on projects that are pushing our planet in the right direction and helping create a sustainable and happy future for all that live here. Knowing that you spend 8 hours a day doing great things for good people will hopefully mean a lot to you, as it does for us.

Key Technical skills
  • Full-stack developer with basic design chops (IE, need to build everything ourselves for v1)

  • Good at working with a non tech founder and helping translate business requirements into code, working with the founder to decide what to focus on, giving feedback on how long things take, making suggestions, etc

  • Comfortable prototyping quickly– familiar or at least agreeable to lean principles (start-up mindset) – startup experience helps here.

  • Current version is coded in PHP

  • For some functionality, Joomla has been used.

What else?

Location: Ubud, Bali, Indonesia.
Compensation: flights + expenses, and when the company has made progress (funding or profit) we will start to take salaries.

  • Unlimited membership to the coolest co-working space in Asia, www.hubud.org 

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