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Fuqua alum Josh Cohen seeks to hire Mobile Developer at TransLoc

posted Sep 20, 2010, 8:55 AM by Howie Rhee

Here at TransLoc we have set the stage for best-in class web access to real-time transit information, helping thousands of riders in their daily commute. For the past several years transit riders have come to depend on our system for a safe, comfortable and convenient wait for the bus. We've quickly become a leader in the field but we know our impact on riders can be even greater.

We are growing rapidly and we're looking for the best talent to enhance our current service and to pursue new projects. Working with us can offer you an uncommon opportunity to

  • build next-gen internet apps
  • play with real-time data from hundreds of moving vehicles
  • make stuff that impacts riders every single day
  • lead projects

Everyone here has genuine enthusiasm for public transit and its role in shaping the future, and we encourage the same in all applicants. At TransLoc we foster independent thinking and creativity, so we value strong time management and an openness for active collaboration in our startup environment.

We're located in downtown Raleigh, on Moore Square. All applicants must be willing to work from our office.


Mobile Developer

We are seeking a full-time Mobile Developer. You will design, implement, and maintain all of our mobile solutions on leading platforms, including the iPhone, iPad, and Android. This position entails developing mobile web applications (client and server side), building apps for specific mobile platforms, and inventing other ways to access our system on-the-go.

Must have skills include
  • Hands-on mobile development experience on at least one of these platforms: iPhone, iPad, Android, or BlackBerry
  • Python or PHP
  • Standards-compliant HTML & Javascript
Ideal applicants will also have experience with
  • An eye for good visual design
  • Location-based services
  • iPhone and/or Android development
  • MySQL (for content retrieval)
  • Linux familiarity, particularly Debian

If this sounds like you, we'd love to hear from you. To be considered, you must send us these two (2) items to 1) your resume; and 2) a brief description of related mobile projects you recently worked on (ideally screenshots or links to apps developed). You must be authorized to work in the U.S. No recruiters, agencies, or consulting firms please.