Job Opportunity: The Rumie Initiative

Altitude Accelerator client, The Rumie Initiative, is currently hiring for two positions.

The Rumie Initiative is a non-profit trumie-logoech startup with a social mission: to make education cheaper, better and faster for communities around the world. Named the world’s Best Social Startup in 2014, Rumie delivers open-source educational content to those who need it by collecting and organizing free educational content on its web platform, the LearnCloud, and delivering curated libraries of content to offline communities on $50 tablets. Tablets monitor usage and are implemented in the field by strong local partners. Rumie Tablets are currently being used in eight countries with plans underway in seven more. You can learn more here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eealxbCPPeY.

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ANDROID SOFTWARE DEVELOPER

Location: Downtown Toronto
Details:  Full-time, Paid

Rumie is currently looking for a mobile developer with a deep familiarity of the Android OS. This person will work on improving the software for our Android tablets and developing the LearnCloud, Rumie’s online platform for sharing educational content. We are looking for a talented and creative developer that wants to build something user-friendly and socially beneficial and has experience working with the Android OS. If you are a creative, independent quick learner who takes pride in your work, we want you on our team.

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LEARNCLOUD COMMUNITY MANAGER

Location: Downtown Toronto
Details: Full-time, Paid

Rumie’s partners select their content from the Rumie LearnCloud, an online repository of free, offline-usable educational content. This platform was created to channel the power of the ‘crowd’ to source, curate, rate and translate the free educational content available online. Rumie is looking for someone who can take the lead in building and managing the LearnCloud global crowdsourcing community. This will be a user acquisition and product development role. This person will attract users, obtain their feedback, and work with our front-end web developer to apply their feedback and make it a useful resource. Rumie anticipates that people will use the LearnCloud for their own purposes, with the extra benefit of helping us find great free content to deliver to underserved kids around the world on tablets.

Working at a startup means that roles are not clearly defined, so we’re looking for a self-starter who can figure out what is worthwhile to do and quickly see if something’s a waste of time.

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