November 9th, 2011, 03:45 AM
C++ Developer Telecommute, Full Time from Europe
We are looking for a motivated C/C++ developer to expand our team and develop custom, reliable browser plugins and their accompanying installer.
Our platform supports all popular versions of Windows and the major browsers and has a vast install base posing a challenge to write reliable code.
- 2 years of C/C++ development
- Developed a GUI before
- Experience developing for Windows XP/Vista/7
- Worked on a browser plugin for IE
- Microsoft Visual Studio experience
- Fluent in english (speaking & writing)
- Worked on a browser plugin/toolbar for FF or Chrome
- Experience with toolbars
- Used NSIS to create an installer
- Knows Process Explorer
- Used SVN before
How should you apply for this job?
Only applications written in English are going to be processed!
We are currently accepting only European and Eastern European residents!
Please mention your country of origin in the application so we can get an idea of the time zone you are located at!
Please state on the mail subject the job position you are applying for!
Please understand that this job capacity is for a full position.
Application usually will be screened the same day we receive it.
We will reply to you no later than two business days to set-up a short interview.
1-3 weeks after the interview you could be hired!
What we offer:
Job location is in Cyberspace. Employee can work from a home office and be part of a multinational development team.
Communication with the all team members is done through Instant messenger, web cam, Skype, email and other collaboration tools.
Employee will be receiving all of his social rights as stated in the law of his country of residence.
Tax statements will be subject to local laws and would be performed on the employees responsibility.
Salary will be paid once a month and transferred directly to employees beneficiary bank account by wire transfers or by paypal.
Job capacity: Monday - Friday (8 hours daily)
Apply to: tnajobs at gmail dot com
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