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Back-end developer with Node.js and MongoDB experience
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Mid level


Mid level

Applications are considered on a rolling basis

Location: Stockholm

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Contact Person
Jacob Leander-Olsson

Job Description

We are looking for a back-end developer to work with our analytics tool and content management system. The back-end consists of the presentation layer, fetching data from the social networks (Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, YouTube), posting content to the same networks and set of internal API’s. We do collect a lot of data and later on will be expanded to include reach calculations, sentiment analysis and demographics. Built on Node.js and MongoDB.

You need to be a product-aware developer who loves to build scalable products and appreciate great user interfaces. You should thrive to work in a startup environment with quick prototyping and rapid iterations. In return, you will get a lot of responsibilities from day one and a great opportunity to help shape the future product roadmap. Employment with fixed salary and a possibility for stock options.

Skills & Requirements
  • Experience in back-end development with JavaScript, Node.js and MongoDB.
  • Strong programming skills writing scalable code, comfortable working with agile methodologies, RESTful API’s and Git.
  • Great if you have worked against Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and/or Instagram’s API previously.
  • Entrepreneurial attitude and want to work in a fast-paced startup environment.
  • Fluent in English, both written and verbal.
  • Plus if you have a passion for sports!
About the company

Fanzone is a platform for professional athletes to help them in digital and social channels. Our tool is focused on enabling these athletes with creating content, get actionable analytics and monetize their fan base. We love sports and want to bring the fan closer to their favorite players through these digital channels. A small fast-paced team with seed investment secured and working at SUP46 in central Stockholm.

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