Software developer intern

CityTaps

  • < 15 persons
Job description

About us

CityTaps is a social startup whose mission is to boost the health, dignity and economic opportunity of the urban poor by enabling them to access running water at home.

We are developing connected prepaid water meters that integrate with mobile money systems and our cloud software, to bring running water at home for millions of urban poor in developing countries.

We need your help to build our web based cloud application, and roll out our first deployment in Niger.  You will be responsible for developing parts of the software from end to end.

About the job

Your work will help children go to school, women get an income and families enjoy a more healthy life.

You will be part of a very international startup team that speaks English and sometimes French.

You will report directly to the CTO and be an integral part of our small and dynamic team.

You are a team player with a good sense of humour.

About you

You study at an engineering/computer science school, or are a self-taught developer with a track record that you can show (github/stackoverflow…).

You like technology, and want to use your skills to make the world a better place for millions of people.

You’re great with Python and JavaScript. Ideally you’ve developed semi-complex applications on Django or similar framework. You know angular or another JS framework.
You have a tendency to write tests before code, and everything you do is documented and version controlled.

You want to write code that makes you proud.

You learn fast, and can work autonomously.

Période et durée * (300 caractères maximum) :

3 months to a year, starting ASAP

Rémunération

As per your skills and duration - we will sign a ‘convention de stage’ with your school

Convention de stage: YES
How to apply?
CV + cover letter to laurent@citytaps.org
More informations
  • Paris (and more)
  • Website
  • Unknown
  • Posted on 11-04-2015
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