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Social networking app internship

Looking for a Reliable Partner or Team Who Believes in "Wyring" Together a Community of "A" Students, Athletes, and All Nighters As Much As We Do:

WyreApp is a young Toronto-based tech startup working on a social networking app that bridges the gap between photos, live streaming video, geo-location, and hosting events within a 24 hour time frame. 

Job Description: WyreApp is close to launching Version 1.0 on the App Store and is preparing to immediately start the Android version along with improving the website for a more interactive user experience. App and Web Development team would be given the opportunity to be a part of a new social networking start-up, native to the Greater Toronto Area, from the ground up, while developing practical skills and experience in the field of computer programming. These people will be given the task of developing new iOS software on top of the iOS software that WyreApp currently has and will be working on future updates as well. 

Schedule: Monday-Sunday (flexible) 

Job Type: Developer/Potential Partners 

List of Accomplishments: - Taken on by MaRS Discovery District to support company's growth - Received enthusiastic response from prospective customers, investors, and partners at AppsWorld 2015 in London, England - Long term relationships are developing with multiple investors - Long term relationships are developing with M&C Saatchi mobile media agency Key Character Traits: - Able to work with strict deadlines - Effective at problem solving - Efficient with handling a wide variety of technical difficulties - Savvy and intelligent in a variety of disciplines - Creative with finding new ideas and innovative solutions - Ability to exercise initiative is a plus - Highly enthusiastic and energetic - Positive attitude is a definite plus - Ability to work within a team and independently - Effective communication skills 

Requirements: - 2-3 years minimum of computer programming experience or equivalent in education - Expertise/knowledge in MVC, PHP, Objective C/Swift, Python, Java, and Git languages - Moderate to advanced knowledge of web and app development - Multi-lingual is a huge asset 

Compensation: We are looking to build a team which owns equity within the company. Our goal will be your goal. As a team we will discuss equity/share amounts and proceed from there. 

To discuss further about this opportunity, you can email Cole Rowden, our founder, at:


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