Voice works with HireVibes to expand it’s Engineering Team
Voice, the social news platform that rewards users and content creators, have today advertised 7 Engineering positions on HireVibes, a fellow EOS.IO application that incentivises crowdsource hiring.
Based in Brooklyn, New York, Voice recently announced $150 Million in funding from Block.One to grow it’s operations and build out the company’s workforce.
Current openings include:
- Platform Manager, Engineering — Applications and referrals open here.
- Platform Architect — Applications and referrals open here.
- DevOps Manager — Applications and referrals open here.
- Mobile Engineer-iOS — Applications and referrals open here.
- Platform Engineer — Applications and referrals open here.
- Front End Engineer — Applications and referrals open here.
- Android Engineer — Applications and referrals open here.
In a similar vein to Voice, HireVibes also rewards its users. Successful applications and referrals will share a 3% reward in HireVibes Tokens (HVT) — EOS tokens and Bitcoin are also reward options for HireVibes community members.
In additon to this, each successful applicant will earn a free Donation that’s equivalent to 1% of their annual salary.
The opportunity to join a thriving, well-funded startup with big ambitions doesn’t come around very often. With an impressive founding team, lead by CEO Salah Zalatimo, Voice are looking to hire the best and brightest technical leaders.
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