Senior Full Stack Product Engineer 60 views

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Company : We, SeeMe Network, are a US and India start-up company in digital technologies in the field of advertisement. We are run by people from IIT, IIM, University of Michigan, University of Melbourne with experiences across the board in technology, sales, marketing and finance. Further details : SeeMeNetwork.in

Job : In our quest to change the way advertising is done, we are seeking young, dynamic and smart people to be part of the team. We are seeking for the role of Senior Software Engineer, with focus on product development of mobile app, website, imaging system & related back end systems.

Urge : To work in a startup environment, the dynamic profile, scope to learn and enhance a lot, fast scale and turnaround time and not be bogged down the well-oiled fixed machinery of large corporate. The desire to be part of the initial few who made it happen.

Skill sets : A Full Stack Developer, smart to learn new stuff.

Primary expertise :

Angular JS,

JavaScript ,

Node JS,

worked on cloud services,

Java,

Android

Experience in or knowledge in : C#,

AWS

MongoDB / Parse

JSON

Html / CSS

Educational Qualification : Min: Bachelors in Engineering/Technology in Computer Science

Experience : Min : 2 Years in product development

Compensations: 3.6 L to 5.75 L, depending upon the person.Higher caliber person are preferred. Can be considered for ESOPs.

Number of positions : 2

Office : Near Kothrud Depot, Pune : SeeMe Office

Interview process : 1 Technical interview1 Behavioral interview

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Job Type: Full-time

Salary: ₹50,000.00 /month

Job Location:

  • Pune, Maharashtra

Required education:

  • Bachelor’s

Required experience:

  • professional development: 2 years

Required language:

  • english
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