BitMari hosts a career fair (27 June)

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BitMari, a Pan African Blockchain platform, will host a career fair at Rainbow Towers Hotel, Harare, Tuesday 27 June 2017 at 1730Hrs.

Positions available & requirements are as follows:

1. App Developer

  • Cordova/ionic
  • iOS
  • Android
  • Javascript (angular js)
  • Blockchain/Bitcoin Interest
  • Able to use CLI and GIT version control
  • API dev and usage

2. Developer

  • PHP (code ignitor)
  • Python (django)
  • Database Management

3. Accountant

  • Accounting degree or relevant Accounting Qualifications
  • Proficient in Quickbooks software

4. Remittance Operator

  • Must be familiar with Remittance P.O.S. software
  • Must have at least 1 years experience as a remittance operator

 

Applicants will be evaluated for technical competency as well a cultural competency must be fluent in Shona and/or Ndebele. Please fill in the form to confirm your attendance.

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11 Comments

  1. Anonymous says:

    Bitmari-PF! What are you actually saying?

    1. Bukhosi Mhlanga says:

      BitMari is hiring!! Thats what that means. Apply if you qualify

  2. Anonymous says:

    kikiki, ok ya video is like its party propaganda.

  3. Bizarre says:

    Great to see local startups hiring but they should find a new Marketing Strategist! What’s with the bizarre, propaganda-style video presentation? Is it a Fintech startup or a ZANU Youth League recruitment campaign? Also, what does skin colour have to do with it? (“Black people” / “Black communities”) It’s 2017 for goodness sake! (Can’t we say “Africans” / “African communities!!”) As I said, respect to any startup hiring right now but these guys must rework their messaging!

    1. Anonymous says:

      (1) Offensive explainer video has now been removed from this blog post, but still available to view on BitMari’s official Youtube channel: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zp8li8SEGQc
      According to BitMari, the video provides “context to the revolutionary nature of BitMari’s work.”

      (2) The following text has also been removed from the blog post: “Black people in the continent of Africa and the Black communities throughout the African diaspora.”

      Glad to see that someone responded to the feedback!

  4. Charles Muzonzini says:

    Ava nenyaya dzepolitics. Hayas.

  5. Get a life says:

    Hahaha your video is aweful… So your plan is to use western technology to send western money from overseas into Africa… Yup real Renaissance there…. Stop lying to everyone, you a money transfer service, what does this have to do with colonialism… Pathetic

  6. kekeke says:

    Why did you change the independence video? Are you hiding it now Bitmari? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zp8li8SEGQc

  7. Sagitarr says:

    Just a word of caution on the bitcoin phenomenon which is rearing its head in Zimbabwe. Read this.. https://mybroadband.co.za/news/banking/216430-bitcoin-is-over-hyped-and-has-no-real-value-south-african-investment-firm.html

  8. Stephen Mudere says:

    Ndine maskills ese ayo pakati 1 App Developer na 2 Developer kunze kwepakati iOS nepakati Python apo. Ndiri confident hakuna kumwe kwamunowana mugen’a akaita seni. If this is about propelling zim forward technology wise contact me via linkedin https://www.linkedin.com/in/stephen-mudere-063557a9/ . Never mind the profile . It’s now ages since I last updated it.

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