Software Developer

CMHJ-SHARE Delivery Corp

  Posted: April 25, 2021

  Location: Vancouver, British Columbia

  Internship Program: Digital Tech

  Salary Range: $20,000 - $30,000

  Hours per Week: 40

  Start Date: June 15, 2021

  End Date: December 15, 2021

Job Description

Hi Neighbor (Hinbor) is a startup corporation aiming to build bridges between neighbors in this increasingly isolated society. We're building a gig-sharing platform to simplify the procedure of grocery shopping. Through our platform, neighbors will be able to connect and help each other in various tasks.

We are currently mentored by the e@UBC Incubator program, providing us with office space, legal support, as well as funding.

We are looking for like-minded people with knowledge and passion in Software Development and Community Building

Location: 289-2366 Main Mall, Vancouver, BC V6T 1Z4


Duties and Responsibilities

Researching, designing, implementing, and managing software programs
Writing and implementing efficient code for a detailed feature (i.e neighbor matching process)
Deploying software tools, processes, and metrics
Setting up backend using AWS
Working closely with other developers, UX designers, business and systems analysts
Communicate with product manager for each sprint

Knowledge and Skills

About You:

● You love solving problems and appreciate the dynamic working environment of a startup, but most importantly you want to make sure the work you're doing is important
● You have some knowledge of a full-stack developer and hope to learn more


As a software developer at Hinbor, you are experienced in either
● Mobile App: React Native
● Back End: Python or NodeJS, experience with AWS lambda

● You have experience as a full-stack developer
● You worked for startups before

Education Required

Bachelor of Computer Science

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