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\nWe produce software for editing/proofreading. As Intelligent Editing’s employee number four, you’ll have a wide set of responsibilities and the opportunity to contribute across as much of the business as interests you. That might include developing the next phase of our website; transforming our software (PerfectIt) to a SaaS model; or developing new products that will amaze anyone who thinks proofreading must be done manually.\n\nYou’ll work with a wide array of technologies (some of which you probably won’t be familiar with when joining). So a desire and ability to learn new tools is essential. We’re looking for a self-starter who will work on both new development and help modernise our existing codebase. You’ll be working directly with the founder & CEO, as well as our Chief Engineer, to develop the tools that will allow the company to grow in the long term.\n\nFrom the first day, you’ll be given a lot of responsibility, so you must be able to work and get things done independently. Although the core role is development, you shouldn’t be afraid to pitch in where needed (including admin, sales and support). In return, you’ll become well versed in a full set of skills valuable to any (or your own) startup.\n\nDuties and Responsibilities\n\nYou will:\n\n\n* Develop apps for online Office and add-ons for Google Docs\n\n* Contribute to the development of the next version of PerfectIt\n\n* Redesign our internal word usage databases\n\n* Improve our website\n\n* Work on e-commerce\n\n* Put in place unit tests and quality control mechanisms to improve our codebase.\n\n\n
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