Want to work on a boat? We’re hiring!

In: Job Offerings by: mathys

7 Jan 2014

Mobyboat interior

Mobypicture is a small company located in the city centre of Amsterdam. Moby was the first company in the world to enable people to share photos and video to Twitter. We have a couple of products, such as MobyNow – our business to business solution – and Tag the Love, our brand new product for collecting all social traffic around individuals.

We work for well established clients that are often very enthusiastic, such as Heineken, Rabobank, 3FM, 538, Top Notch; Amsterdam stuff like TedXAmsterdam, the Museumnacht and the RAI conference center, and personal brands like Churandy Martina. That’s why we can make awesome stuff that is used and seen by literally millions of people. Mobypicture has won many awards over the last years and is working on the next level of publishing, helping brands and individuals find the right mix of communication with their target audience.

To expand our services and make sure we can keep improving the quality of our products, we need an experienced web developer. You’ll be responsible for maintenance and development of our APIs and system architecture (PHP) and work together with front-end developers and designers on the Mobypicture website and client platforms. Because we’re small and move fast, you’ll have to know your way around HTML, CSS and JavaScript. The Mobynow and Tag the Love platforms are client side applications.

This is you:

  • Excellent all round developer; you can learn to work with new languages and unfamiliar environments in no-time
  • Interested in and experienced with social media
  • You are perfectly capable of planning your own work, taking responsibility and explaining to others what you need
  • You are motivated to get our products and services to a higher level and can contribute ideas on how to achieve that and execute them

This is what we offer:

  • A full time job (40 hours per week) with interesting benefits in the pipeline
  • The best office in Amsterdam in a houseboat on the Amstel river (check our Google Office View)
  • Nespresso machine
  • A relaxed working environment where personal input and responsibility is stimulated and where we want to learn from each other

If you think you want to work at a small company in the centre of Amsterdam, where you can realise your potential as an experienced developer, carry out your ideas, work together with enthusiastic colleagues on new social media things that will be seen and used by millions worldwide, send us an e-mail or tweet: mathys@mobypicture.com, @mathys or @mobypicture.

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February 2nd, 2011 at 11:36 am

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