Living in a consumer society, merchants and customers alike are always looking for newer ways of choosing and purchasing products. Developments in payment and mobile technology have only fueled this desire, translating to innovations from PayPal to portable e-wallets.
We’re quite sure that you, as a reader of e27, are likely to be a consumer who partakes of online shopping, ordering stuff up on eBay and paying via credit cards or even Bitcoin. Now, thanks to our database of 414 jobs from 214 companies, we’re bringing you three e-commerce jobs, giving you a chance to be part of teams behind this incredibly convenient industry!
e-Commerce Support Executive at Vibease
Featured before on e27, Vibease is a Singapore-based startup that makes smart vibrators, letting users control their own or their partners’ pleasure through the cloud. Founded last year, Vibease has been nominated for the 2013 Techcrunch Crunchies Awards, proof of the old adage that sex sells.
Now, Vibease is looking for a smart and driven team member who shares their passion. As an e-commerce support executive, he or she will be handling stock inventory, arranging product shipment, and attend to customer queries. If you have a diploma and strong communication skills in English, why not apply and help the team bring their product to greater heights?
Experienced Web Developer at Shoppal
Shoppal is an India-based coupon portal. With the aim of meeting the needs of online shoppers, Shoppal has partnered with Indian e-commerce stores such as Jabong and Myntra, offering up to 60 per cent discount for diverse products and services, ranging from electronics to insurance.
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Software Engineer – Web at Carousell
Carousell is a Singapore-based mobile marketplace that lets you sell your products through simply posting a picture. Having received overwhelming requests from the community for a web version, Carousell is on the lookout for a passionate and talented team member to join in building a full-featured Carousell experience on the desktop and mobile web.