This is a direct opportunity to work with our start up client on an industry changing cloud driven productivity tool.
The entire executive team has already built 1-2 start ups, building amazing technology products and selling them and has a history of making all of their employees very happy (financially and professionally)
They only create products that consumers and businesses actually need. They believe their team productivity tool does not exist. They believe it can revolutionize productivity and take the place of Share Point by moving all digital assests into the cloud.
They are a cloud alternative to SP for business (like a Drop Box or Google Drive) but can be a nerve center for all productivity allowing you to have all of your digital assests in one place where you loose no time in setting up and migrating your data.
You will work directly for the CTO (MIT graduate and 20 year software veteran) as part of a team managing an agile, high-velocity software deployment.
Loves a challenge and risk/reward of new/start ups
Can do mentality
Ability to focus, pride on seeing customers use their products
Experience with UI design for products (preferably cloud based)
Be able to translate, and deliver into production any visual design into web page behavior that works responsively on any browser, device, form factor, etc.
Ability to research, assess, integrate and deliver great ideas from other sites for production use
Be able to work with local and remote team members via skype, jira and Intellinote
Contribute to continuous improvement of development, QA and deployment processes
Participate in deployment of Intellinote builds, releases, and support
Maximize and promote use of Intellinote within engineering processes
Capable of working in live, production secure, multi-tenant environments
Focused on deliverables
Problem-solving orientation for designs
Self-motivated, able to plan and execute work collaboratively with team members and management
Must be capable of handling fast-paced, dynamic development process in a startup culture