We’re looking for a Drupal rockstar to help shape a lifestyle with us by taking DINKlife to the next level. DINKlife is the first and only lifestyle resource for couples without kids - DINKs (Dual Income No Kids).
Our mission? Help 130MM+ global DINKs make the most of their time without kids by being the first to deliver relevant local groups, events, deals, and content (the stuff that exists for every other life-stage).
We launched DINKlife.com BETA last year as a testing ground for our initial concept and the platform from which to build future products. With 100k BETA visits under our belt we’re ready to take this to the next level by building the remaining products, launching fully, and initiating acquisition marketing.
We are generating ad revenue now, with more revenue streams coming with future products.
We’re a founding team of 2 business/marketing folks; one with 12 years in strategy consulting with organizations like Accenture, and the other a 10-year guru in digital marketing that was named top 10 in the industry last year. More about us: http://www.dinklife.com/about-us
What we’re looking for:
1. Backend Drupal programming and front end HTML (BETA site is on source controlled on Pantheon with test/dev/live). See more details below.
2. Bay-area based
3. Committed hustler that speaks “DINK” and takes full ownership of success of the product
We’re fired up about creating a relationship with someone that could potentially take a lead and significant ownership in the company.
Checkout the BETA site and these links to get a good feel for what we’re about:
Interested? Contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org and let’s get the dialogue started.
Developer skill-set details
- Expert knowledge of and proven experience with Drupal, the Drupal API, and custom module development
- Ability to manage the support of current website (including new feature architecture and implementation, plus performing updates to Drupal code base)
- Proven experience implementing device-agnostic themes
- Experience integrating third-party services into websites (using APIs, OAuth, Web Services, content feeds, etc.)