Full Stack Engineer at Women.com

San Francisco, CA, United States of America

Posted on Mar 12 2015 (over 9 years ago)

About Women.com:

Women.com is a question and answer platform that encourages women to connect, share experiences and knowledge in a women-only community.

About the job:

We believe that each woman is an untapped wealth of knowledge. We're creating a platform that showcases and gives access to this (historically) offline asset.

Right now, Women.com is a women-only question and advice site. We are building the largest community of women ever created.

We’re venture-backed, growing FAST, and having fun. And we’re looking for Full Stack engineers right now, so apply today.

Needed skills/experience/education:

  • Full-stack development skills
  • Desire to work on a Rails and Angular stack
  • 2+ years experience; our team will be growing rapidly and we love to see previous experience growing with a team

Related Skills:

  • You can work independently and under deadlines
  • Self-driven, with a good approach to working efficiently and effectively
  • Organized, detail-oriented, and able to set (and meet) realistic deadlines
  • True passion for creating clean, functional, and efficient code
  • Obsession with new technologies and trends

Desirable / Non-technical Skills

  • BS, MS, or experience in quantitative field (e.g. math, engineering, econ, etc.)
  • Hands-on coder. Love to roll up your sleeves and write great code
  • Intense desire to build something successful from the ground-up
  • A good sense of humor, an open mind, and a high level of integrity
  • Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal
  • Sense of adventure: willing to take risks, either for the adrenaline or experience

We're a small team located in an awesome space in Los Angeles. Come join us!


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