Technical Lead (Software Development) at Talkmate

Beijing, China

Posted on Apr 29 2015 (over 1 year ago)

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About Talkmate is an online language education & social start up. Located in Beijing China. We have the most languages for people from all over the world to study for FREE, we help people to speak a new language in 200 hours with fun & easy way without a teacher. You will know the world and meet your Talkmates on Talkmate.

As Technical Lead you should be able to:

  • Write code and play an active role in developing new features for a high performance, scalable web platform.
  • Work with the team and the product manager to define a prioritized backlog of stories that the team will tackle during a given sprint.
  • Monitor team’s progress and take ownership of removing any impediments that slow the team down.
  • Mentor people on the team and help them improve their game.
  • Assess and communicate how your work impacts business and other systems.

Who We Are Looking For?

  • You are a technically strong candidate with a minimum of 5 years experience of working on App & Web products.
  • The experience on Fronted & Backend development.
  • Knowledge about big data , could computing etc..
  • You have a sound understanding of programming fundamentals and know how they apply to highly scalable web based systems
  • You are comfortable making hands-on contributions, i.e. write code that is deployed to production servers
  • You have led a Scrum teams before and like working with people
  • You have a pragmatic outlook and excellent communication skills

BONUS

  • Working Visa
  • Very competitive salary , share, insurance, allowance,
  • Flexible working time ,innovative working environment

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