Posts Tagged ‘Jobs’

The other day we received a message on our Facebook page:

“Hey, I’ve just graduated from Glasgow university and want to get into the startup scene. Getting involved with a current startup seems to be what is mostly advised on the web as a good way to start, but I’ve been researching on the internet and can’t find anywhere where there is any info on startups that are hiring in Scotland or the UK for that matter, perhaps there aren’t any hiring outside people? Any advice on where to look or any other advice would be appreciated…”

This would be the perfect opportunity to introduce a new company called…wait for it…WorkInStartups, which helps people find exciting jobs in awesome startups.

Founder Diana Proca (formerly of Launch48) has been extremely busy over the last couple of months looking for jobs within UK startups to advertise on her site, and she’s found loads!  There are lots of exciting roles for designers, developers, marketers, sales folk, managers as well as a variety of intern positions for people wanting to gain experience. (more…)

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We love the HubDub team and sounds like one very lucky person will get to join them! Know an end-to-end LAMP developer, or is that you? Details below, and apply here if you’re interested: http://bit.ly/fanduel-webdev. Good luck!

Company overview
Hubdub Ltd is a VC funded high-growth startup based in Edinburgh and San Francisco that aims to be the world’s largest premium social gaming company for sports fans. Its main product, FanDuel, transforms traditional fantasy sports ($1bn, 30m people market) into an instant gratification daily game where users win cash prizes every day. It is played on FanDuel.com, via white label partners such as the New York Post, and in future on mobile. If you want to work with smart people on an exciting product that could be Scotland’s next big success story we want to hear from you.

Hubdub is looking for an end-to-end LAMP developer to work on the core FanDuel product. You will have a high degree of responsibility in a small development team, and work with the product manager and technical lead to scope, implement, test and maintain new functionality in the game. The environment is fast paced, challenging and dynamic. We are looking for someone comfortable with this level of uncertainty and who thrives on the excitement of working in a startup. You will form part of a highly talented team so only high-calibre applicants able to demonstrate excellent problem solving and software engineering skills will be successful. (more…)

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It’s an exciting time for Scottish startup Kiltr, a networking and social media site with a strong Scottish national flavour. We met with CEO Brian Hughes Halferty last year to hear about the company, and he seems like a really cool guy to work with. Having secured funding and launched the site in private beta, they are now ready to expand the Kiltr team! We’ve posted a number of opportunities for developers, and I’m happy to point out there’s a digital marketing position on offer as well as 2 roles for .NET gurus. So have a look and pass this on to anyone else that might be interested.

So, what does Kiltr do?
Professional Networking
Platform +  social media website

Why are you guys awesome?
We are focused on developing
great products and services  using the latest social networking technologies and at the same time building an innovative and fun company culture.

What position are you hiring for?

x2 .NET guys/Girls and x1 Digital marketing person (full or p/t) (more…)

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e-products, a cool software development company based in Edinburghe-products, a software development company in Edinburgh, has a job opportunity for a passionate programmer looking to gain more experience and skills.

“I’m looking for a graduate or junior programmer to work on a migration project for a large client in the insurance industry. There are over 100 screens written in an old Intranet technology and they need to be ported across to our new xaf platform. (more…)

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