TicketFlash App · Sep 13th 2019
You’ve worked as a freelance or in an agency, and you have built or contributed to a few different projects and can demonstrate that.
We believe tickets should be transactable, that means fully shareable and returnable. Want to join us in wrestling control from the touts? Read on…
You’ll be working on:
Our backend platform, written in .NET Framework 4.5 with a SQL Server database (we’d like to update this to .NET Core 2.2).
Our iOS app, written in Swift
Developing or delivering our new Android app, ideally to be built in Xamarin, but we're open to suggestions
Developing the analytical tools to understand ticket buyer behaviour in detail.
Expanding and developing app features including geolocational security and last-minute activation of tickets.
We hope that you will:
Have some public evidence of what you know. Do you have a stackoverflow profile? A hacker news profile? Do you tweet? Write about technical things on Medium? Contribute to open source in any way?
At least 3 years of professional experience
Live somewhere in Great Britain or Ireland and can make it to Birmingham occasionally.
Have lots of ideas and a willingness to share them!
We’re a startup so things can be chaotic. As well as being able to write good, clean code you’ll need to be able to solve problems on a daily basis using your own initiative. Flexibility and resilience are key!
If you’re smart, friendly and love building software—we want to hear from you.
We’ve boot-strapped the beta version with the help of contractors – so we’re in the scrappy early stages.
The role will initially be on a part-time, contract basis. We're raising a round, we'll make you full time and pay you a full-time salary when we do.
As a key partner, you'll get a generous share option package from the start to reflect your time and commitment in the fundraising.
Where you’ll work
Although we’re based in Birmingham and will need to see you in person from time to time, you can work remotely the rest of the time.