Photojojo!: Lead Web Developer who ?s Photography

Posted by | July 15, 2011 | Web Pro Job Tips


Location: San Francisco, CA


We’re on a mission to make photography more fun for everyone!
We’re five years old, and get press in places like the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, FOWA and Wired. (And 37s SvN!) We’re profitable, self-funded, and our customers ? us
We have a unique business model that marries high-quality content ( with e-commerce. We’ve grown responsibly and quickly, and are now applying our model to new verticals. (The first: — you’ll get to work on this, too!)
We’re hiring a Lead Web Developer and Junior Web Developer to work on our homegrown e-commerce platform. We wanna be the most fun place to shop online.
You’ll develop new features, back-end tools, third-party integrations, and fun front-end flourishes. (Example: go here, click the lever
For the Lead role, we’re also looking for you to manage our development efforts, spread best practices, and guide product direction.
We like people who…
  • Love the Internet & photography
  • Get joy from making well-crafted things
  • Do not fear making mistakes
  • Get shit done & write clean, maintainable, code

You should know…
  • PHP, MySQL, MVC (Our codebase is PHP, but we’re open to change.)
  • HTML, CSS, Javascript/jQuery
  • When to make it good enough, make it great, or make it perfect.

It sure is nice if you…
  • Are familiar with new technologies like Node.js, NoSQL, etc.
  • Have experience with user or A/B testing
  • Love data and analysis or have done e-commerce development
  • Annual Workcation — This year, we took everyone to India for 3 weeks!)
  • Sunny office on Valencia Street in the Mission — With electric sit/stand desks, big monitors, local fruit delivery, roof access.
  • Creative work breaks — We’ve brought in kittens from the SFPCA, organized pop chip taste tests, etc.
  • Competitive salary & benefits — plus we support work-from-home and, flexible hours, and have no strict vacation policy.
  • Small company awesomeness — Zero office politics, coworkers you will adore, clear responsibility and role.

To apply: Email about the Lead Developer role, for the Junior role.


Tell us what makes you interesting, what you’ve worked on, and what features/products you think we should build next.

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