GivingData · Apr 10th 2018
(Continental U.S. - Preferably Eastern or Central)
Not your typical start-up. Join a small and growing software and consulting company serving the social sector. We’ve built (and continue to build) an enterprise-class data management and analytics product serving some of the largest foundations and grantmaking organizations in North America.
Our team is located all around the country: Boston, New York, Seattle, and Pittsburgh. Geographically dispersed, but highly collaborative, you’ll be working alongside seasoned developers building desktop and mobile apps in .NET, AngularJS, and Bootstrap.
We’re a for profit organization supporting the mission-based work of our clients who invest millions each year in health, the environment, education, human rights, the arts, and research. Apply your skills and knowledge to a different kind of bottom line and come build an innovative product with us while supporting the work of amazing organizations working to improve our world.
We’re looking for a smart, energetic developer who’s a quick study, a creative problem solver, and plays nice with others.Must Haves
We are only accepting applicants who reside in the United States.
We design software and knowledge & learning solutions for grantmaking organizations. We are committed to the belief that innovative data management tools and practices can help bring about positive change. We are a team of seasoned technologists and philanthropy practitioners dedicated to developing innovative, data-rich software solutions for grantmaking organizations. We’re building a company designed to adapt and scale. We believe that, in order to succeed, we must pair our enterprise-class software with experienced consultants who listen, empathize, and learn as they work with our clients and help them address their challenges and needs.
Job Perks: Flexible scheduling available, great work-life balance, health insurance, 401K, fast growing profitable company with opportunity for bonuses.
Apply: Please provide a brief cover letter and examples of your work with clear descriptions of the parts that you developed.