Contribute to the technological backbone of startups in the field of career, e-commerce by developing for the web, with jobs from e27
Mobile and cloud platforms may be all the rage nowadays, but the need for good old web development has never abated. After all, it’s what’s hosted on cloud servers and what mobile apps access to make their services work. This week, e27 brings you a selection of three web development jobs from our database, which has grown to 292 jobs from 153 companies!
Clee Designs is looking for a Web Developer Intern
Clee Designs provides IT and marketing services, ranging from establishing internet presence to enhancing business branding. Its solutions include taking care of the back-end such as content management and payment gateways of e-commerce sites, as well as improving web marketing efforts by designing the front-end for both, web and mobile versions of e-commerce sites.
Right now, Clee Designs is looking for a web developer intern, who will be maintaining its main website, as well as taking care of the client’s web requirements. He or she should possess basic Adobe Photoshop and Dreamweaver skills, and be comfortable coding in HTML5 and PHP.
Full-stack Rails Developer needed at Luxola
Founded in 2011, Luxola is a Singapore-based e-commerce store that specialises in beauty and cosmetics products for women and, recently, men. Carrying a range of products from luxury brands such as SK-II and SkinCeuticals, to more affordable ones such as Sleek MakeUp and Sigma Beauty, Luxola has been growing rapidly, securing funding from Wavemaker Labs and GREE Ventures.
Now, it is looking to hire a full-stack Ruby on Rails developer, who will be working on projects such as a suggestion engine and multi-lingual search support, as well as providing IT support by managing the home page. If you have one year or more experience with Ruby on Rails and are a multi-tasker who is willing to get your hands dirty, this job could be for you.
Terbang wants to hire a Front-end Web Developer
Terbang, which translates to ‘fly’ in Bahasa Indonesia, is a VC-backed Indonesian career website that is yet to be launched. Valued at $400,000 after the investment, it is in development, which at the moment is 60 per cent complete.