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Rephonic is a podcast database that provides a search tool to help you get featured on podcasts. With access to listener numbers, contact emails, and pitching tools, Rephonic allows you to find, pitch, and get featured on podcasts that are right for yo...
Full Stack Software Engineerclosed
💰 $70k - $80k
⏰ Part time
Hello 👋 We’re looking for a part-time full-stack software engineer to join us at Rephonic — a B2B SaaS startup in the podcasting space with customers that include well-known companies like Google, HubSpot, TIME magazine, Penguin Random House and the BBC.
The role is part-time for 3 days per week but it could grow into a full-time role later (only if you’re open to that, no pressure).
This role is flexible and asynchronous (generally we don’t have meetings, standups or calls) so it’s perfect for a digital nomad, a new parent, or someone pursuing other interests or a side project. You can spread the hours throughout the week however you like.
We’re headquartered in the UK but the company is fully remote and the team is spread all over the world.
Three years in, our mission is to build the best outreach and research database for podcasts. The goal is to model the entire podcast industry and that means collecting and organising a lot of disparate data and visualising it in a useful, friendly format.
You may also be working on our other product Reletter (it’s built on the same stack) and perhaps other apps in the future.
You should have strong skills in at least one of either React or Python and be open to learning about any pieces that you’re missing from the list below.
Ideally You Are
You’ll take responsibility for substantial parts of our development and ship new features from scratch.
Some examples of features you might build:
US $72,000 per year (for 3 days of work per week, equivalent to ~$120k full-time)
Salary and compensation
$70,000 — $80,000/year
🌎 Distributed team
How do you apply?This job post has been closed by the poster, which means they probably have enough applicants now. Please do not apply.