Overview

Dubbed the Uber of city tours, Touriocity is looking for an experienced full-stack web developer with proficiency in Angular JS/Node JS and has experience building scalable web applications using AngularJS or similar MVC frameworks. Experience building out e-commerce platforms would be very useful for this role.

Do apply if you are interested in the challenging prospect of building out a scaling a high-tech web platform in the travel and tourism industry with the opportunity to travel the world while doing the job. You will be taking over the project ownership and helping to build out a new engineering team and there is a very generous equity share available for the right person.

We have been selected as one of the top 10 travel innovations in Europe and we are looking to expand our product globally across 200 cities and become the global leader in personalised experiences and tours. Our B2C and B2B2C platform has been built over the last 3 years and has a number of fantastic features and we work with some of the world’s largest travel companies.

The person needs to be not only a top class developer, but hungry to push the boundaries, be a product owner, be creative and lead a team as we continue to innovate way beyond our competitors, and help with integrations with some of worlds leading travel companies. We work in a very dynamic environment and there will be opportunities to travel as we do integrations with our partners in the US, Australia and China.

You will be expected to be familiar with the following technologies:

  • AngularJS
  • Bootstrap
  • HTML5
  • CSS3
  • JQuery
  • NodeJS
  • ExpressJS
  • MongoDB (MongooseJS)

Benefits

  • Opportunity to build and lead our engineering team with a very exciting travel start-up
  • A fantastic network of investors and start-up people
  • Our office is in central London and has a bar, gym and treatment rooms
  • Travel opportunities to Australia, China and US
  • There is 1-2% equity available via an options scheme

Tagged as: angularjs, Bootstrap, expressjs, MongoDB, nodejs