Lumatic: Javascript/Frontend Engineer

Posted by | October 22, 2011 | Web Professional Jobs Blog

Location: San Francisco, CA


Who we are: 
Cities are humanity’s future.  For that future to be humane and livable, we believe that every neighborhood of every city must become easier to use and accessible to everyone.  Lumatic is building photo-driven pedestrian navigation and landmark discovery.  The result is a simple, intuitive gateway to utility, exploration, and delight that anyone with a smartphone can use. 
About the Position:
We’re looking for a Javascript/ Frontend engineer to work on the development of our HTML5 pedestrian navigation application. This is an opportunity to work on the heart of our product experience. If you think in JavaScript and have an obsession with mobile web performance, we’d love to get to know you!
  • Build and maintain our mobile application frontend and corresponding APIs
  • Play a key role working with Product Development/ UX designing and implementing new application features
  • Create/improve best practices/processes for development/testing/deployment
  • 3+ years experience developing web/ mobile applications
  • Strong knowledge of Javascript/HTML/CSS/Ajax/HTTP
  • Strong knowledge of JavaScript Application Frameworks (Sencha Touch/ ExtJS, YUI, Dojo, jQuery, GWT, etc)
  • Passion for detail/ obsession for optimizing the mobile web experience
  • Experience building and consuming web services
  • Experience with Facebook/Foursquare Auth and APIs
  • Experience with Python/Django
  • Experience building/working with JavaScript unit tests a plus
  • Experience with the Sencha Touch mobile UI framework a big plus
About Us
Lumatic is a funded startup located in downtown San Francisco on a mission to make the world’s cities easier to use.  If you believe in loving the journey, taking risks in the pursuit of awesomeness and aiming for big impact, we’re looking for you.
Why you’ll love this job:
  • We believe in what we do. A lot. We think you will too.
  • Work on interesting (new) problems that you actually care about.
  • Be a part of a kick-ass cross-functional team.
  • Great startup environment (laid back and passionate, simultaneously).
  • No vacation policy (a la Amazon).

To apply:

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