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UniMeteor


Meteor Population with Scraped Content

Meteor Population with Scraped Content


UniMeteor


meteor js

finance

scala

marketing

meteor js

finance

scala

marketing


👁 2,272 viewed | ✍️ 34 applied (1%)
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\nFor the first stage, we focus on the following sources, filters and tags.\nSOURCES\nJob boards:\n* Indeed.com\n* Linkedin jobs\n* Glassdoor jobs\n* Angellist\n* Dribble\n* Behance\n* Github\n* Stackoverflow\n* Authenticjobs.com\n\n\nCorporate websites:\n* Uber jobs https://www.uber.com/jobs/list\n* Airbnb jobs https://www.airbnb.com/careers/departments\n* Snapchat jobs https://www.snapchat.com/jobs\n* Palantir jobs https://www.palantir.com/careers/\n* SpaceX jobs http://www.spacex.com/careers/list\n* Pinterest jobs https://about.pinterest.com/en/careers\n* Dropbox jobs https://www.dropbox.com/jobs/all\n* Wework jobs https://www.wework.com/careers\n* Theranos jobs https://www.theranos.com/careers\n* Spotify jobs https://www.spotify.com/us/jobs/\n* Square jobs http://hire.jobvite.com/CompanyJobs/Careers.aspx?c=q8Z9VfwV\n\n\n\nFILTERS\nOnly post when there a match of BOTH: a title AND a company name.\nTitles to filter (ignore everything else):\n* “cmo"\n* “marketing"\n* “social media"\n* “brand"\n* “acquisition"\n* “retention"\n* “blogger"\n* “media manager"\n* “internal communications"\n* “business development"\n* “partnership"\n* “corporate development"\n* “corporate strategy"\n* “business strategy"\n* “customer support"\n* “customer experience"\n* “customer success"\n* “product manager"\n* “COO"\n* “operations"\n* “recruiter"\n* “talent"\n* “sourcer"\n* “legal"\n* “paralegal"\n* “counsel"\n* “finance"\n* “treasury"\n* “accounting"\n* “accountant"\n* “tax"\n* “FP&A"\n* “financial analyst"\n* “cfo"\n\n\nCompany names to filter:\n* Uber \n* Airbnb\n* Snapchat\n* Palantir\n* SpaceX\n* Pinterest\n* Dropbox\n* Wework\n* Theranos\n* Spotify\n* Square\n\n\nExample:\n* Uber - Business Development Manager -> Post\n* Uber - Software Engineer -> Don’t post\n* Procter & Gamble - Business Development Manager -> Don’t post\n* Procter & Gamble - Software Engineer -> Don’t Post\n\n\nPOSTING:\nThe following fields should be identified and properly stored in the database for each post:1. Title 2. Company name3. Source name4. URL of original posting (in case of a duplicate use corporate website URL)5. Job content (job description, requirements, etc)6. Location7. Category (full-time, contract, internship)8. Type (remote, local)\n\nTAGGING:\nAll tags /  categories:\n* finance\n* legal\n* HR\n* sales\n* marketing\n* customer support\n* business development\n* operations\n* product management\n* strategy\n* data and analytics\n\n\nTagging algorithm:Tags such as “marketing & communications” should be applied to posts if any of the keywords are found in job _title_, not in _content_:\n* marketing & communications\n* “cmo"\n* “marketing"\n* “social media"\n* “brand"\n* “acquisition"\n* “retention"\n* “blogger"\n* “media manager"\n* “internal communications"\n\n\n* business development\n* “business development"\n* “partnership"\n\n\n* sales\n* “sales"\n\n\n* data and analytics\n* “business analyst"\n* “data analyst"\n\n\n* strategy\n* “corporate development"\n* “corporate strategy"\n* “business strategy"\n\n\n* customer support\n* “customer support"\n* “customer experience"\n* “customer success"\n\n\n* product management\n* “product manager"\n\n\n* operations\n* “COO"\n* “operations"\n\n\n* HR\n* “recruiter"\n* “talent"\n* “sourcer"\n\n\n* legal\n* “legal"\n* “paralegal"\n* “counsel"\n\n\n* finance\n* “finance"\n* “treasury"\n* “accounting"\n* “accountant"\n* “tax"\n* “FP&A"\n* “financial analyst"\n* “cfo"\n\n\n\n\nA note on duplicates. Duplicates should be handled adequately. For instance, if a certain Uber job posting is found both on Uber jobs (https://www.uber.com/jobs/list) AND on Indeed.com, the job should only be posted once to Meteor.\nA note on robustness. The code should properly handle changes in design, layout or structure on any of the sources. In other words, it should work properly when and if any of the websites above completely change their design. For example, if Airbnb chooses not to break down their jobs by departments but display all of them on one page. Or, otherwise, if Snapchat chooses to have a separate URL for each team. Even minor errors are not acceptable. All the fields should be properly identified.\nA note on scalability.The system should be easily scalable and should handle millions of job postings without any bugs or slowdown in performance.\nIf interested, please, respond with:* Total project cost and following breakdowns:* Project cost if only job boards are used for scraping (corporate job websites are not used)\n* Project cost without tagging\n* Project cost without checking for duplicates (but using both job boards and corporate websites)\n* And other variables that you think are relevant and influence the cost\n\n* Proposed payment terms\n* Proposed timelines and milestones\n* Any other additional information that is needed on our end\n* Examples of relevant previous projects\n\n VERY IMPORTANT: To separate you from the spammers, please write I AM REAL as the first line of your bid. We will delete all bids that do not start with this phrase, since most bidders never read the requirements. Thank you for being one who does.\n\n\n\n\n

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Monetate


Software Development Engineer

Software Development Engineer


Monetate


python

scala

api

marketing

python

scala

api

marketing


👁 4,262 viewed | ✍️ 19 applied (0%)
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Who We Are\n\nMonetate helps digital marketers make their content more personal. We turn data into action on our customers' sites by doing real-time data analysis and DOM manipulation at a large scale, to help our customers put the right experience in front of their customers users. We are a small team focused on delivering the best experience possible for our customers and enabling them to understand their customers needs at arbitrarily high volumes. We’re looking for engineers who want to do highly scalable work on great brands and solve tough problems.\nAbout the Job\n\nOur engineering team is passionate about scale and truly usable products. As a software development engineer, you will be a technical owner. You'll work on a talented and nimble team of engineers creating real-time decisioning API's with millisecond-level SLA's. You’ll write distributed applications that scale across hundreds of servers. At Monetate we are pragmatists and use open source across our stack. We work primarily in Python on AWS. We're looking for talented engineers who are want challenges at scale. We are very flexible on schedules, and offer a very competitive package. We also have an established, highly productive remote development team you will be working with.\nProfessional traits of a Monetate Engineer:\n\n\n\n\nExhibits excellent judgment\n\n\n\nHas relentlessly high standards (is never satisfied with the status quo)\n\n\nIs able to dive deep and is never out of touch with the details of the business or technology\n\n\n\nThinks big\n\n\nStrong engineering background and software development skills \n\n\n\n\nWhat We’re Looking For:\n\n\n\nBachelor’s Degree in Computer Science or related field or equivalent preferred\n\n\n\n2+ years experience in software development - this can be open source side projects while you were studying, or you might have 10+ years of professional experience!\n\n\nProficiency in at least one modern programming language, preferably Python\n\n\n\nKnowledge of professional software engineering practices & best practices for the full software development life cycle, including coding standards, code reviews, source control management, build processes, testing, and operation\n\n\nAbility to take a product from scoping requirements through actual launch of the product\n\n\n\nExperience in communicating with users, other technical teams, and management to collect requirements, describe software product features, and technical designs\n\n\n\n\nBecause you’ll be remote, there are some additional requirements:\n\n\n\n\n\nable and allowed to travel to the Philadelphia area 2-4 times a year\n\n\n\nhave a quiet place to work all day\n\n\nable to work, concentrate and stay on top of things by yourself, though we’ll be in constant communication by chat and videoconferencing\n\n\nhave a solid internet connection\n\n\n\n

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Music Prodigy


Front End Developer

Front End Developer


Music Prodigy


edu

teaching

css

html

edu

teaching

css

html


👁 4,031 viewed | ✍️ 24 applied (1%)
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Music Prodigy is growing.  Music Prodigy is looking to add a talented, passionate team member to join our mission to provide the world’s most used platform to spread music education.  At the heart of Music Prodigy is its real-time polyphonic pitch detection which provides any user access to immediate performance assessment for any instrument, including voice and polyphonic instruments like acoustic guitar and piano.  As such, Music Prodigy technologies have been and are being used by hundreds of thousands of users: teachers, students, and do-it-yourself music learners.\n\n\n\nFront-End Developer\n\n\nMusic Prodigy is seeking a Front End Developer. In this role, the ideal candidate will create and implement clean and intuitive interfaces for websites and software applications that meet the needs of Music Prodigy and its teachers and students. Please see the desired job skills and requirements below: \n\n\nCandidate will be responsible for:\n\n\n\nCreating intuitive, functional interfaces for websites and web/mobile applications\n\n\n\nHand code HTML and CSS and work collaboratively with engineers, product managers, executives, and other designers to and bring the concepts to life\n\n\nActivities may include:\n\n\n\n\n\nRequirements gathering to understand client (internal or external) needs\n\n\n\nApplying understanding of client needs and UI/UX best practices to create wireframes and mockups\n\n\nTheme/page layout design and implementation\n\n\n\nCustom graphics creation\n\n\nUnifying website and in-app software designs and styles\n\n\n\n\n\nCreating online/digital/print marketing such as tradeshow collateral or other efforts as needed\n\n\nDesign and present high-fidelity comps\n\n\n\nBuild scalable solutions to improve the user experience\n\n\n

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Thermopylae


Software Engineer

Software Engineer


Thermopylae


infosec

edu

teaching

java

infosec

edu

teaching

java


👁 4,847 viewed | ✍️ 16 applied (0%)
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\nWe’re actively expanding Thermopylae Sciences & Technology (TST) and we’re looking for engineers who are continuous learners, passionate, and are interested in developing Web-based geospatial capabilities for desktop and mobile applications in support of government and commercial customers.\n\nWhy work with TST:\n\n\n* TST engineers are passionate and smart. We have a lot of flexibility in how we do our work, and take that responsibility very seriously.\n\n* We care, we mentor and collaborate and give you room to grow professionally.\n\n* We respect your skills and support career growth and continuing education.\n\n* We have fun!  We celebrate with regular Happy Hours, Chili cook-offs, and frequent team-building events.\n\n* You will get to work with emerging technologies focused around Google’s products, elastic scalable compute systems, SMAQ stack, and the next generation of TST’s R&D.\n\n\n\n\n\nCore Qualities in a TST Engineers:\n\n\n* The ability and passion to continuously learn new technologies, programming concepts, and architectures.\n\n* An interest in Geospatial and Mobile Software\n\n* Teaching and mentoring others on technical topics.\n\n* Understands supporting other development teams with custom platform technologies and SDKs and APIs.\n\n\n\n\nPosition Description\n\nWe are looking for a highly motivated and self-driven senior developer who can work with semi-distributed teams of product managers, software architects and developers.  TST’s Core Services is a powerful yet minimalist stack providing container-free abstractions for persistence, security and messaging across mobile, web and enterprise integration components.  You will work with a team to design, implement and support TST’s Core Services platform - the underpinning technology for TST’s commercial products.   \n\nYou will help to evolve this powerful platform in collaboration with Evaluation and recommendation of FOSS libraries for Core Services integration platform.\n\n

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