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Social commerce marketplace for fashion & apparel

Technical Co-Founder / CTO

No salary • No equity
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Stash is, in a nutshell, a Spotify for e-commerce. The app incorporates elements of social networking into a marketplace that brings together thousands of fashion & apparel products and customers. Through our universal cart technology and public/private "stashes" (wishlists), users can keep all of their online shopping activities in one place, eliminating risks of abandoned carts or forgotten wishlists.

We are looking for a technical co-founder who is passionate about the e-commerce industry, to help tackle the technical requirements of the startup. The position requires that you take a hands-on role in managing the existing team of engineers in addition to other ground-laying tasks required for an early stage technology startup.

In addition to having a knack for innovation, leadership, and the ability to adapt, the following items are some of the responsibilities of the role:
• Establish the company’s technical vision and lead all aspects of the company’s technological development.
• Identify, compare, select and implement technology solutions to meet current and future needs
• Lay the foundation for scalability within the technology team
• Set up formal development processes for the existing team including reporting, code repositories, documentation, and testing
• Conduct final round of QA
• Manage and review the architecture and integrity of the existing code
• Lead deployment of the app to market
• Work together with executive management on growth and technical strategies
Minimum Qualifications:
• Undergraduate degree or completed boot camp in Computer Science or similar field
• 2+ Years of related work experience
• Full stack experience (preferred)
• Organizational and time-management skills
• Problem solver
• Attention to details
• Willingness to take on various roles required of an early stage startup executive

We have contracted a team of engineers to work on app development, so this position is not currently full time, but rather a part-time (10-15 hours/week) commitment for equity compensation. Of course, this is subject to change as we prepare to take our product to market and ultimately achieve proof of concept, so we ask that you are open to a full-time commitment in the future.

Offering equity for this position.