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Web Developer Needed | Student Opportunity - Tech Startup

2-month project (~80hrs Part-time) | $1,500 stipend | Flexible hours
This is a great summer part-time work opportunity for a Computer Science student to leverage their technical skills and build new technical skills as they prepare for grad school or start preparing for their first job. The individual would be working to customize an existing platform and not writing code from scratch. They can work from wherever, whenever. If they can complete the project before the 2-month period, they can claim the stipend earlier! 


uBitez
Part-Time Web Developer (2-Month Contract) at uBitez
We’re changing the way Toronto eats.
Job Description
Are you a coding ninja who enjoys a fun challenge? Do you feel right at home in the LAMP stack, live and breathe HTML5 & responsive web design and want to help build the next big thing on Google’s powerful Cloud Platform? Then we want to hear from you!

What will you be working on? You’ll help us launch uBitez – an ambitious platform that will change how Toronto eats. Are you intrigued? Well, we don’t want to spill the beans before our launch. But trust us: this will be a chance to flex your coding muscles, learn new tech skills along the way – and let’s not downplay this - be part of the success of a new tech startup!

So what exactly do we want you to do? It’s simple. We have all the pieces and we need your help to put them together. That means we need you to customize our proprietary (but open-source) ecommerce platform and give it a make-over based on our new design and content.

When & how would you work? You can work remotely and at your own pace. Got another day job? No problem. You can choose to only code on the weekends or after hours. If you want to double down to get everything done faster, you can do that as well.
What’s in it for you? Apart from helping launch uBitez, you’ll get CAD $1500 over the course of this fun 2-month project. If you finish faster, you can claim your full reward sooner.
Bonus: If we like your work, we may keep you on for post-launch development.
Interested or have more questions? Send us an email to joinubitez@gmail.com.

Must-Haves:

  • LAMP stack expert (Linux, Apache, MySQL, PHP)
  • HTML5 & responsive web design
  • Can-do attitude, who’s not afraid to learn on the go

Nice-to-Haves:

  • Google Cloud Platform experience
  • Website Analytics
  • Email HTML & Analytics coding
  • Accessibility coding

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