Posts Tagged “Wiseview”

Location: San Francisco, CA


Lead User Experience
Wiseview is
creating a virtual marketplace for an entirely new class of “work.” Our initial
mobile application (Easy Shift) provides fun, simple ways for anybody to turn
their errands and everyday experiences into cash.
The founding
team has a strong track record of creating successful businesses over two
decades in Silicon Valley. We are funded by an experienced group of angel
investors, who have previously started or invested at the seed stage in
companies like comScore, ArcSight, and Twitter. Advisors include former senior
executives from Visa, PepsiCo, and Bank of America, among others.
This is a
unique opportunity to join a well-financed start-up that is addressing a very real-world
opportunity. The work we’re doing has genuine meaning, and you’ll be part of a
team  and company that is responsible
for putting income directly in the pockets of hundreds of thousands (eventually
millions) of people. Pretty cool.
Seeking a founding team member to
lead design throughout the entire product lifecycle, from initial explorations
through final design deliverables, user interface elements, and prototypes. You’ll
regularly collaborate with product and engineering leads on game design
practices, implementing consistent usability testing, etc.. We currently have a functional iPhone
app in the hands of test users and are moving towards an initial release later
this Sspring.

  • Passion for clean and beautiful user experience
  • One or more years of experience
    designing mobile applications for IOS and/or Android
  • Advanced
    comprehension of information design, UI and visual design best practices and
    the nuances and design constraints of mobile platforms 
  • A
    strong portfolio which shows strong UX in mobile design, interface design, and
    web design
  • Previous
    game design experience
  • Comfort leading rapid iterations
    and testing on a variety of ideas using wireframes and sketches to fully
    designed comps
  • Expert
    in Photoshop and/or Illustrator
Nice to have:
  • Knowledge of current mobile and
    web technologies (iPhone SDK, CSS3, HTML5, JavaScript, JQuery, social media)
Additional details: This position is open to both full and part-time candidates who
are available to work at our San Francisco office.  Relocation expenses will be provided. Compensation will
include meaningful equity, competitive salary, and full-benefits.
Interested parties can email:

To apply: Interested parties can email:

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Location: San Francisco Bay-Area, California


Sr. Rails Engineer
seeking a talented, creative, problem solver to join us as a Sr.
Rails Engineer.
We have already built our initial Web application,
APIs for our mobile application, and a prototype iPhone app. You’ll
collaborate closely with a very experienced Rails engineer and a
super talented iOS engineer. Our ideal candidate will be fired up to
research and develop new capabilities that include geolocation,
mobile app and API development, gamification, and crowdsourcing
. For
the right candidate we offer a feast of interesting and challenging
problems to devour.
  1. Experience
    building scalable consumer-facing applications with Rails

  2. Experienced
    with Test Driven Development
  3. Familiar
    with SQL
  4. Previous
    start-up experience
  5. Deep
    care about users and user experience
  6. BS
    in Computer Science or Engineering
  1. Prior
    experience with storing/querying geolocation data, applied machine
    learning, and recommendation engines
  2. Prior
    experience with PostgreSQL
  3. Knowledge
    of Heroku
  4. Active
    Open Source contributor
  5. Prior
    experience developing a multi-sided platform (i.e. exchange,
  6. iPhone/Android
    development experience
  7. Comfortable
    using Pivotal tracker
we are different
  1. Offices
    in San Francisco and Marin
    . You choose which office you want to work
    in (or work remotely). Spend a day in city then come out to Marin HQ
    for a change of scenery (bring your mountain bike or hiking boots)
  2. You’ll
    get a new Macbook Pro and 27in display
    when you start (or equivalent
    Windows system, if you must)
  3. Dog-friendly
    office (Marin)

  4. Have
    a ½ day each week dedicated to open-source projects of your choice
  5. Relocation
    if you want to move to bay area
will include competitive salary and meaningful equity.

To apply: Interested parties should contact "" with (some or all of the following): your resume, github/twitter username, link to your personal blog and anything else you’d like to share.

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