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(Also read: Tech in Asia’s Culture Code)


Position: Happy ROR developer


Countries (no. of positions): Ho Chi Minh City (2)

Our ROR engineer will be in charge of developing features for Techlist, an online site that bridges startups and investors together. Our immediate goal is to help entrepreneurs raise money from investors and also help investors to discover investing-worthy companies.

Responsibilities for full stacked engineer

  • Work with Product Manager on new features of Techlist
  • Ensure features are rolled out according to schedule
  • Kill any bugs on the website
  • Iterate fast and quick
  • Current stack is Heroku + ROR + jquery

Requirements

  • Comfortable communicating in English
  • Experienced and good at Ruby on Rails (Must).
  • Familiar with javascript, css
  • Passionate
  • Attention to details
  • Independent
  • Knows what is git and Heroku

Better to have

  • Experienced in javascript MVC framework like “backbone”, “angular”
  • Experienced in sass, scss, less
  • Experienced in compass
  • Knows html5 and css3 features, and when to use it (or not to use it).
  • Be familiar with SQL
  • Be familiar with git, at least you should know how to maintain branches.

Salary: Negotiable
Equity: Yes, depending on performance.

If you are interested to work in one of the fastest growing startup in Southeast Asia, the first step is to send an introduction with your resume and preferably some examples of projects or code you’ve written. (Linkedin/Github/Portfolio website etc). Email: Justin@techinasia.com and Willis@techinasia.com


Position: Happy designer


Countries (no. of positions): Singapore (1)

Our UI designer will be taking charge of designing features and user interface for Techlist, an online site that bridges startups and investors. Our immediate goal is to help entrepreneurs raise money from investors and also help investors to discover investing-worthy companies.

Responsibilities for UI designer

  • Work with Product Manager on overall user interface and user experience of Techlist
  • Ensure features are designed and rolled out according to schedule
  • Iterate fast and quick
  • Participate in the brainstorming of and creation of concepts for best-in-class user experiences
  • Translate abstract concepts into simple and elegant user interfaces
  • Create concept models, user interface sketches, and detailed schematics.
  • Work closely with fellow creatives and developers to ensure the solidity of design systems

Requirements include:

  • Comfortable communicating in English
  • A solid understanding and demonstration of user centered design principles
  • A good understanding of what types of experiences are made possible by current digital technologies
  • Able to develop simple and elegant design approaches to complex design problems
  • Able to collaborate actively as part of a multi-disciplinary team
  • In possession of excellent interpersonal, communication skills, and analytical skills
  • Must be organized and able to switch rapidly between different projects in a fast-paced environment
  • Can work with grace under pressure
  • Passionate, independent, and pay attention to details

Salary: Negotiable
Equity: Yes, depending on performance.

If you are interested to work in one of the fastest growing startups in Southeast Asia, the first step is to send an introduction with your resume and preferably some examples of works or projects you’ve done. (Linkedin/Portfolio/Website etc). Email: Willis@techinasia.com and Vanessa@techinasia.com


Position: Cool and careful editor


Countries (no. of positions):

As a Tech in Asia editor you are required to take charge of editorial work flow and edit our team’s writing. In addition, you will be finding and reporting news stories. Of course, we expect you to have a strong degree of local insight and connections too.

Salary: Negotiable
Equity: Yes, depending on performance.

Interested applicants please send CV to Willis Wee. Please indicate your current and expected salary, and when you can start work.


Position: Cool and analytical reporter


Countries (no. of positions): Bangalore (1), Tel Aviv (1), Ho Chi Minh City (2)

As a Tech in Asia blogger you are required to write, find and break news, investigate, conduct interviews, and go to networking sessions to expand your industry contacts. We don’t expect perfect English (our editors can help fix errors and polish your writing) but we do expect you to have some degree of local insight. We love folks who are into the local tech and startup scene. We also require you to help us run occasional grassroots meetups in your city.

Salary: Negotiable
Equity: Yes, depending on performance.

Interested applicants please send CV to willis@techinasia.com. Please indicate your current and expected salary, and when you can start work.


Position: Business Development Ninja, Tech in Asia


Countries (no. of positions): Tokyo (0)

We need smart people to bring in money through online ads placement, conference ticket sales, and sponsorships for Tech in Asia. Like many business development positions you need to know how to network and work with sponsors without undermining our editorial independence. We generally prefer people who have prior experience in sales in technology-related areas and/or the events industry. If you’re good at it, you will also have a chance to lead a small and fast moving business development team. Fresh graduates are welcome, as long as you have a passion for tech and are able to excel under pressure to deliver sales numbers.

Salary: Negotiable
Equity: Yes, depending on performance.

Interested applicants please send CV to Willis Wee. Please indicate your current and expected salary, and when you can start work.


Position: Business Development Ninja, Games in Asia


Countries (no. of positions): Singapore (1)

We need smart people to bring in money through online ads placement, conference ticket sales, and sponsorships for Tech in Asia. Like many business development positions in a media company you need to know how to network and work with sponsors without undermining our editorial independence. We generally prefer people who have prior experience in sales in games-related areas and/or the events industry. If you’re good at it, you will also have a chance to lead a small and fast moving business development team. Fresh graduates are welcome, as long as you have a passion for games and are able to excel under pressure to deliver sales numbers.

Salary: Negotiable
Equity: Yes, depending on performance.

Interested applicants please send CV to Willis Wee. Please indicate your current and expected salary, and when you can start work.


Position: Multi-talented content curator, Tech in Asia


Countries (no. of positions): Somewhere in Asia but preferably in Singapore (1)

This role requires you to wear multiple hats. As our content curator, you’re tasked to search and curate news across the web for Tech in Asia’s weekly newsletter. You are also required to manage user content on Techlist to ensure that information is accurate and up to date. You will occasionally be tasked to report on stories for Tech in Asia.

Salary: Negotiable
Equity: Yes, depending on performance.

Interested applicants please send CV to Willis Wee. Please indicate your current and expected salary, and when you can start work.


Position: Super admin & accountant


Countries (no. of positions): Singapore (1)

We are looking for a super admin and accountant (part-time or full-time) to help us with paperwork, bookkeeping, and other administrative matters. Applicants need to have at least one year experience in admin and accounting. If you have an interest in startups, online media, and/or technology, that’s a bonus! This super admin and accountant role is flexible. There will be opportunities to work on projects outside of your job scope.

Salary: Negotiable
Equity: Yes, depending on performance.

Interested applicants please send CV to Willis Wee. Please indicate your current and expected salary, and when you can start work.


Position: Curious intern


Countries (no. of positions): Singapore (0)

As our curious intern, you will be tasked to do a range of tasks — From the most boring to the most challenging work. We will allocate work based on what you want to learn, ranging from journalism and business development to designing and programming for Tech in Asia, Games in Asia, and/or Techlist.

Rest assured that you will be learning stuff in your short stay at Tech in Asia. We will not hesitate to offer you a full-time role if you impressed us enough.

Salary: Eh… intern pay, don’t expect much!

Interested applicants please send CV to Willis Wee. Please indicate your current and expected salary, and when you can start work.


Introduction


Tech in Asia is a media startup. We focus largely on four things:

  1. Techinasia.com: Tech in Asia covers tech and startups in Asia. This is the blog that started everything. Tech in Asia is also available in Indonesian and Vietnamese.
  2. Startup Asia: Startup Asia is our series of conferences held across the Asia region, with past events hosted in Singapore and Jakarta.
  3. Gamesinasia.com: Game in Asia covers games and gaming culture in Asia. It is also available in Indonesian.
  4. Techlist: Techlist is an online platform that bridges startups and investors together.

We are a hardworking bunch. We have a lot of fun while digging up news and reporting it. Long hours are almost certain, but it’s a fun, collaborative experience. Work days are flexible. Taking day offs aren’t a big problem as long as you produce good work consistently. We are a team that delivers.

Our team is made up of ten different nationalities, and different opinions and debates are common without being disruptive as we all want the best for the company.

(Also read: Tech in Asia’s Culture Code)

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