e27 launched its jobs board about three weeks ago. Thanks to all the support we have gotten, we hit 121 jobs with 66 companies, at time of writing. There sure are many job positions available on the board, but we thought we should reward our readers, especially job-seekers, with the very best.
Come on, you know the drill. Here’s the list of the six hottest jobs we thought you should know about this week:
As a product manager in charge of the IT development at Roomorama, a Singapore-based short-term rentals booking site, you will be tasked to co-ordinate most of the product development cycles and act as a core liaison between the development team and other departments.
The company, who has an additional office in New York, is now in its fourth year and is looking for a product manager with two or more years experience in software marketing. You should also have a proven and successful track record of increasing online conversion, retention and adoption rates of key products for a consumer website.
The company has listed some eight different job positions on our jobs board! Check them out here.
Heard of Carousell? The Singapore-based iOS and Android mobile commerce app is now looking for a full-time iOS Engineer to join its team. According to the listing, you will receive stock options and “make meaningful real world impact” with a competitive salary, since there are only five members in the team right now.
Your responsibilities include making use of APIs to bring innovation to buying and selling, perfecting user experience, and participate in product decisions. If you have a strong understanding of user experience, want to build an app better than the best, and have a degree related to Computer Science or Computer Engineering (fresh grads are welcomed!), sign up with them now!
Want to work for Kluje, a service for users to find contractors to work on home improvement projects? Part of Gilcrux Holdings, a Singapore-based investment company, Kluje is now hiring a junior developer to work and produce reliable software. Your salary will start from S$4,000.
Here’s their idea of a stellar candidate: you should be proficient in languages like Ruby, Perl, PHP, Python, Java and others. You should be able to work independently and take charge, have an acute attention to detail and are able to code web pages by hand using standard CSS/HTML. Of course, you should be a good communicator, be it formally or verbally.
The opening is only available to Singaporeans and Permanent Residents.
Open to Singaporeans and Permanent Residents with one to three years of experience in front-end web development, the company does state that fresh graduates are very much welcome to apply. Of course, skills in Photoshop and user experience will be a huge boost!
Here’s a new and exciting venture based in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Ladiesfirst, a dating website, is hiring a chief technology officer and co-founder to help bring the company to the next level. The entire website is currently done from scratch in PhP.
On the job listing, Ladiesfirst shared that you should consider this position if you have experience in Php, Ajax and MySQL hacker to apply. If you want to build the next dating product, check this out!
Are you cheerful and can make any person on Earth gravitate towards you? Or perhaps you can derive a customer’s pain, fear and desires from a 3-minute conversation.
Homie, a Singapore-based roommate-finder, is hiring an intern to help with customer development. The startup claimed that previous interns have gone on to work for big tech companies like Google. Oh, and by the way, guess who’s behind this business? The same person who founded BillPin.
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