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AngularJS Engineer - Mobile App Startup + Equity at Information & Data Analytics Firm in San Francisco, California, United States — $95K-$125K

  • Private
  • Information & Data Analytics Firm
  • $95K-$125K
  • San Francisco, California, United States
  • 1/11/21

Job ID: 10200

Job Description

One of my very well funded Series A moible application startup client is looking to add to their software engineering team.   The CTO is one of the top 150 graduates in the country, has successful scaled and sold a previous startup.  Our client offers awesome benefits, strong salary + equity that competes with any company in the country.  

Core skills required:

- AngularJS or exp with Ember / React / Vue and the willingness to jump right into AngularJS

- Exp scaling and architecting mobile applications

- Design and build complex applications with an emphasis on performance, scalability, and high-reliability   

- True mobile software engineering exp with RoR or Python

- Exp or a strong desire to work on mobile applications for international clients






For confidential consideration please email Colin Williams at CWilliams@GreenKeyLLC.com.  I am a technical recruiter who sits in Columbus, Ohio - the top city in the midwest for startups.  I am looking for the best software engineers in the country who want to build software solutions that disrupt old industries and drive change.  My client base sits in San Francisco, Denvor, Minnesota, Ann Arbor, Chicago, Boston, NYC and DC.  If are software engineer looking to advance your career and want to bounce ideas off of someone let's talk.  We have a deep network of VCs / PEs and CTO's looking for the best software engineers who have ideas and want to build disruptive solutions in the market.


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