Ever since the introduction of our jobs portal in September, we’ve received a steady supply of jobs, growing to 382 jobs from 194 companies. In addition, we are also seeing a rise in the number of countries these jobs are based in; while initially most jobs were Singapore-based, we’re now seeing jobs all around Asia and beyond — from Malaysia and Thailand to Pakistan.
This week, we, at e27, bring you three jobs from the capital of Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur (KL). Long thought of as a less-developed sister to neighbouring Singapore with regards to tech startups, KL is fast catching up with more businesses and co-working spaces being set up in the city. Without further ado, let’s take a look at what jobs lie at the foot of the Petronas Towers.
PHP Developer at GlassesOnline Launched by startup builder Nova Founders, GlassesOnline is a Malaysia-based online eyewear retailer. It provides customers with a variety of prescription eyeglasses, frames, contact lenses and branded sunglasses. Targeting both men and women, it aims to deliver a quick, easy, safe and secure shopping experience.
Now, it is looking for a PHP developer to work on the development of its product site. If you have an extensive knowledge of PHP and associated frameworks, as well as familiarity with MySQL and Apache Web Server, why not apply and enjoy working with a dynamic and motivated international team?
Software Developer at Easyuni Sdn Bhd Launched in 2010, Easyuni is a Malaysian startup based in Kuala Lumpur that connects students and parents with universities and colleges around the world. It aim is to help these institutions gain exposure, while giving students and parents valuable information to make a better educational choice.
Now, after being one of the top 25 startups that will be exhibiting in Echelon 2014, Easyuni is looking for a software developer to help design, develop and implement code for its web and mobile applications. If you are a passionate self-learning programmer with experience in Python and Django, why not apply and create a better platform for the many prospective students in Malaysia?