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Devops Engineer For VC Backed Fast Growing Start Up

Devops Engineer For VC Backed Fast Growing Start Up


Ice.com


devops

engineer

devops

devops

engineer

devops

This job post is archived and the position is probably filled. Please do not apply.
\nA few reasons why you should be interested in this opportunity:\n\n\n* The jewelry industry is a fragmented, $80B market (in the US alone), growing at 5%+ annually, that software has yet to disrupt. \n\n* You will be joining an awesome team led by Brandon Proctor (founding CMO of one of the largest e-commerce retailers, Build.com) and Justin Yoshimura (3x exits). \n\n* We are extremely data-driven and technology/software is in our DNA. You won't be a second-class citizen here, guaranteed. \n\n* We don't have time for assholes or politics. \n\n* Competitive compensation package including stock options. \n\n* Small (17 person) and agile team. \n\n\n\n\nInitial Responsibilities Include:\n\n\n* Build and improve platform services including web application hosting, databases, and networking\n\n* Automate the provisioning, configuration, scaling, and monitoring of our platform\n\n* Manage vendors and integrations used to deliver Ice.com services\n\n* 24/7 on-call rotation\n\n* Promote knowledge sharing and DevOps culture across our entire engineering department\n\n\n\n\nSome of our Perks:\n\n\n* Entrepreneurial culture\n\n* Great Health care, Vision, and Dental plans\n\n* Build a team and product from the ground up\n\n* Have a suggestion? ...We would love to hear it. :)\n\n* Jewelry discounts for yourself, wife, or kids ;)\n\n\n


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Devops Engineer For VC Backed Fast Growning Start Up

Devops Engineer For VC Backed Fast Growning Start Up


Ice.com


devops

engineer

devops

devops

engineer

devops

This job post is archived and the position is probably filled. Please do not apply.
\nA few reasons why you should be interested in this opportunity:\n\n\n* The jewelry industry is a fragmented, $80B market (in the US alone), growing at 5%+ annually, that software has yet to disrupt. \n\n* You will be joining an awesome team led by Brandon Proctor (founding CMO of one of the largest e-commerce retailers, Build.com) and Justin Yoshimura (3x exits). \n\n* We are extremely data-driven and technology/software is in our DNA. You won't be a second-class citizen here, guaranteed. \n\n* We don't have time for assholes or politics. \n\n* Competitive compensation package including stock options. \n\n* Small (17 person) and agile team. \n\n\n\n\nInitial Responsibilities Include:\n\n\n* Build and improve platform services including web application hosting, databases, and networking\n\n* Automate the provisioning, configuration, scaling, and monitoring of our platform\n\n* Manage vendors and integrations used to deliver Ice.com services\n\n* 24/7 on-call rotation\n\n* Promote knowledge sharing and DevOps culture across our entire engineering department\n\n\n\n\nSome of our Perks:\n\n\n* Entrepreneurial culture\n\n* Great Health care, Vision, and Dental plans\n\n* Build a team and product from the ground up\n\n* Have a suggestion? ...We would love to hear it. :)\n\n* Jewelry discounts for yourself, wife, or kids ;)\n\n\n


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Front End Designer Developer

Front End Designer Developer


Ice.com


javascript

css

html

stats

javascript

css

html

stats

This job post is archived and the position is probably filled. Please do not apply.
\nAbout us:\nOur mission is to use software and analytics to bring transparency to the opaque world of jewelry, a $80b and growing market.\nWe acquired the domain name (Ice.com) a year ago (it is unrelated to the previous company).  What makes us unique vs. other jewelry e-commerce companies is that we're a marketplace - which means our capital goes towards building IP and acquiring/retaining users. \nA few reasons why you should be interested in this opportunity:\n* \nThe jewelry industry is a fragmented, $80B market (in the US alone), growing at 5%+ annually, that software has yet to disrupt. \n* \nYou will be joining an awesome team led by Brandon Proctor (founding CMO of one of the largest e-commerce retailers, Build.com) and Justin Yoshimura (3x exits). \n* \nWe are extremely data driven and technology/software is in our DNA. You won't be a second class citizen here, guaranteed. \n* \nWe don't have time for assholes or politics. \n* \nCompetitive compensation package including stock options in a high growth VC backed start-up (Crosslink, Maveron, Khosla, Quest, Polaris). \n* \nSmall (17 person) and agile team. \n\n\nWhat you'll be doing:\n* \nOwning front-end product design and development.\n* \nWriting clean, efficient, and well-documented code in HTML, CSS, Javascript.\n* \nA/B testing design changes to make sure the changes are not just beautiful, but also functional.\n* \nLearning and owning much of the a/b testing and targeting environment using Adobe target (best in class enterprise solution).\n\n\nSkills and Requirements:\n* \n2+ years of HTML, CSS, JavaScript, and AJAX experience. Familiarity with Django preferred but not necessary. \n* \nPassionate about design.\n* \nAgile and experiment-driven.\n* \nExperience in design best practices but understanding that best practices don't always convert. \n\n


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Senior Software Engineer

Senior Software Engineer


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devops

java

math

php

devops

java

math

php

This job post is archived and the position is probably filled. Please do not apply.
\nAbout us:\nRetail Growth Fund acquired the Ice.com domain in 2014 to launch the best place for women to discover and purchase jewelry. We don't take any inventory because we're a marketplace - which means our capital goes towards building IP and acquiring/retaining users. \nA few things that make us interesting:\n* The jewelry industry is a fragmented, $80B market (in the US alone), growing at 5%+ annually, that software has yet to disrupt. \n* You will be joining an awesome team led by Brandon Proctor and Justin Yoshimura (3x exits). \n* We are extremely data driven and technology/software is in our DNA. You won't be a second class citizen here, guaranteed. \n* We don't have time for assholes or politics. \n* Competitive compensation package including equity in a high growth VC backed start-up (Crosslink, Maveron, Quest, Polaris). Salary/equity is determined based on a sliding scale: if you would like a higher salary, we can issue you less equity, and vice versa. \n* Small (12 person), growing, and agile team. \n* $1k gift card to dog food our own marketplace sellers! \n\n\nWhat we'd like to see:\n* True, full-stack engineers with extensive experience in Python/Django or Java. (Django is a key part of our stack but we use some Java). \n* Strong foundation in computer science, with competencies in data structures, algorithms, databases, software design and dev ops.\n* Work experience with relational databases and SQL.\n* Experience with agile development process in collaborative environment.\n* BS in Computer Science, Engineering, Mathematics, or Physics OR 4 years of relevant work experience.\n* Good understanding of performance tradeoffs.\n\n\nBonus Points:\n* We are currently using Magento, an open source e-commerce platform built in Zend PHP - yuck), but we are building a new, badass e-commerce platform (Django, Java, Node.js and integrating it with Netsuite's order management tools (no need to re-invent the entire wheel, after all). Related experience is a plus.\n* MS or PhD\n* if you have an awesome Github repo, open source contributions, or a cool project you can demo, please cut to the front of the line...\n\n\nResponsibilities:\nAs a member of our small but seriously talented engineering team, you will play a key role in both shaping and building our technologies. Your scope will be broad, ranging from user-facing features to server-side components and libraries. We are looking for a generalist who enjoys learning and working with different technologies. And of course you will be expected to commit code on your first day. \n*This job description is not meant to be an all-inclusive list of duties and responsibilities, but constitutes a general definition of the position's scope and function in the company.


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Full Stack Javascript Hacker @ Fast Growing VC Backed Start Up

Full Stack Javascript Hacker @ Fast Growing VC Backed Start Up


Ice.com


devops

javascript

math

php

devops

javascript

math

php

This job post is archived and the position is probably filled. Please do not apply.
\nAbout us:\nOur mission is to use software and analytics to bring transparency to the opaque world of jewelry, a $80b and growing market.\nWe acquired the domain name (Ice.com) a year ago (it is unrelated to the previous company).  We also don't take any inventory because we're a marketplace - which means our capital goes towards building IP and acquiring/retaining users. \nA few reasons why you should be interested in this opportunity:\n* The jewelry industry is a fragmented, $80B market (in the US alone), growing at 5%+ annually, that software has yet to disrupt. \n* You will be joining an awesome team led by Brandon Proctor (founding CMO of one of the largest e-commerce retailers, Build.com) and Justin Yoshimura (3x exits). \n* We are extremely data driven and technology/software is in our DNA. You won't be a second class citizen here, guaranteed. \n* We don't have time for assholes or politics. \n* Competitive compensation package including stock options in a high growth VC backed start-up (Crosslink, Maveron, Khosla, Quest, Polaris). \n* Small (17 person) and agile team. \n\n\nWhat we'd like to see:\n* True, full-stack engineers with 2+ years of production experience in Python/Django or Node.js strongly preferred.\n* Strong foundation in computer science, with competencies in data structures, algorithms, databases, software design and dev ops.\n* Work experience with relational databases and SQL.\n* Experience with agile development process in collaborative environment.\n* BS in Computer Science, Engineering, Mathematics, or Physics OR 4 years of relevant work experience.\n* Good understanding of performance tradeoffs.\n\n\nBonus Points:\n* We are currently using Magento, an open source e-commerce platform built in Zend PHP - yuck), but we are building a new, badass e-commerce platform in Django, Angular.js, Node.js and integrating it with Netsuite's order management tools (no need to re-invent the entire wheel, after all). Related experience is a plus.\n* if you have an awesome Github repo, open source contributions, or a cool project you can demo, please cut to the front of the line...\n\n\nResponsibilities:\nAs a member of our small but seriously talented engineering team, you will play a key role in both shaping and building our technologies. Your scope will be broad, ranging from user-facing features to server-side components and libraries. We are looking for a generalist who enjoys learning and working with different technologies. And of course you will be expected to commit code on your first day. \n*This job description is not meant to be an all-inclusive list of duties and responsibilities, but constitutes a general definition of the position's scope and function in the company.


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