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Remote Marketing API Heroku Job in May 2020 at companies likeFission Strategy and Fitterep posted 5 years ago

Remote Marketing API Heroku Job in May 2020 at companies likeFission Strategy and Fitterep posted 5 years ago

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Fitterep


CTO


New York City

CTO


Fitterep

New York City

ruby

api

marketing

heroku

ruby

api

marketing

heroku

New York City8yr

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Responsibilities:\n-Work with CEO in growth hacking to increase booking and customer retention rates\n\nNeeds:\n-Experienced in Ruby and Rails development, Heroku, WePay API\n-Passionate about fitness is a plus\n-Has experience in online marketplaces\n\n \n\n#Salary\n0 - 0\n \n\n#Equity\n10.0 - 15.0\nyagJzhkdapAsCMnUw7CpJAMi\n\n#Location\n- New York City

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