We want you
For our growing team we seek to engage, you, a senior software engineer and Web technologies expert. You are part of the Memonic engineering team. Within weeks you will be taking over the responsibility of portions of the application. On top of this foundation you help developing the next iteration of our product offering covering the entire application range from desktop, to Web, and mobile built on HTML5. All in all: A pretty exciting job.
We are a team of passionate Internet geeks and entrepreneurs. Together we face the challenge of simplifying the everyday need to remember, organize and share relevant information. The goal is simple: make information more fluid. Started in January 2009 we successfully established a footprint in the online digital note taking space. In our previous engagement we founded and built local.ch, Switzerland’s leading local search platform and 5th largest Website. So here we are again: starting again at naught and yet feeling confident to be onto something.
Become part of a sound, fervent, and vibrant team. As a member of the software engineering team you will be taking over the responsibility for parts of the Memonic platform and help building a sexy and award winning Internet application. You’ll be able to use cutting-edge technologies and also work on making the Memonic application usable on a wide range of mobile applications. In return you’ll be working in a startup setting and will receive a share of the future success of the platform you help building. This being possibly one of the stronger founding teams around town, this is your chance for a lift to the next level.
Keep more than just links: Save the essential content snippets, too. And use them on any computer or mobile. Memonic combines the advantages of bookmarks with your private online notebook. Memonic won numerous prizes such as the W.A de Vigier prize, or the bronze medal in this year’s “Business Idea 2010” competition in Germany. The company is based in Zurich, Switzerland.
Online at: http://memonic.com
Memonic - 4 years ago