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Country Manager UK


United Kingdom

Country Manager UK


Tilt

United Kingdom

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United Kingdom5yr

Stats (beta): 👁 373 views,✍️ 0 applied (0%)
Tilt.com makes it incredibly easy for groups of any size to collect money. Whether it's a get together with friends, community project, or humanitarian cause we help make it happen. Since 2012, over 300,000 groups have used Tilt to turn their ideas, large and small, into a reality. What’s more, we’re just getting started.\n\nOur goal is to bring this same boundless imagination to the UK in 2015 and that’s where you come in. We are looking for a passionate, ambitious, and driven leader to join us as our UK Country Manager based in London.\n\n\nYou will be the primary architect of our UK strategy - everything from recruitment and strategy, to program execution and budgeting. While you’ll receive the full weight of our team’s experience growing the U.S. and Canadian markets, the UK will start and end with you.\n\n\nThis is one of the most diverse roles at Tilt and you will excel at handling uncertainty and ambiguity. You’ve had experience building something from scratch and you’re familiar with the UK market and all its intricacies.\n\n\nWhat we need you to do\n\n\nCraft, refine, and drive our strategy for rapid growth in the UK\n\nRecruit, train, and mentor a rockstar team to help you support your goals and objectives\n\nDevelop and lead the execution of sales, marketing, and partnership programs\n\nExcel at experimentation to ensure we’ve got the right blend of channels, tactics, and areas of focus\n\nEstablish and build the Tilt brand as the way to collect money from groups\n\nThrive in a startup environment and understand the need to “do things that don’t scale”\n\nWork to localize our product in the UK to ensure we provide the best possible experience for our users\n\nBe comfortable traveling both domestically and internationally\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n \n\n\n\n\nYou can read more about Tilt’s coverage in Fortune, Huffington Post, and the Wall Street Journal.\n\n\n\n\n  \n\n#Salary\n50000 - 100000\n \n\n#Equity\n0.01 - 0.03\n \n\n#Location\n- United Kingdom

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Tilt


API Backend Developer


San Francisco

API Backend Developer


Tilt

San Francisco

api

backend

dev

digital nomad

api

backend

dev

digital nomad

San Francisco6yr

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Crowdtilt is looking for a well rounded backend developer to help make our product the best it can be. We value ambitious developers that are eager to move quickly and GetShitDone™. You will work along side our talented API team to tackle new features, create new payment solutions, scale and document our API, and make the entire Crowdtilt platform as easy to use as possible.\n\nWe move fast, question the status quo, are incredibly passionate about what we do, and we learn from each other every day.\n\nResponsibilities:\n\nYou will need to know good RESTful API design. You will play a critical part in designing the architecture, code, testing, and deploy process for new features and for improving existing ones. You will introduce new tools, plugins and frameworks to our ecosystem to help increase development speed. You will regularly perform critical analysis and code reviews of your peers’ code, and you will proactively tackle problems and issues as they arise.\n\n \n\nA good candidate possesses the following qualifications:\n\nExcellent grasp of RESTful API design\n\nWell versed in testing your code (unit tests, systems tests, etc.) and continuous integration\n\nVery comfortable with the Git branching and merging model\n\nAt home in a Linux environment\n\nRelational database experience (raw queries and ORMs)\n\n \n\nStrongly Preferred:\n\nAPI Design and implementation experience\n\nExperience with payment systems and payments APIs\n\nPostgreSQL experience\n\nPresence in the open source community\n\nPerl and/or Dancer experience (or similar language, such as Python, Ruby) \n\n#Salary\n90000 - 150000\n \n\n#Equity\n0.02 - 0.05\n \n\n#Location\n- San Francisco

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