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Chief Technology Officer - start-up / automotive

Job Title: Chief Technology Officer - start-up / automotive
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: London
Salary: £100000 - £110000 per annum + Equity
Start Date: ASAP
REF: J7913_1493991671
Contact Name: Melissa Baldwin
Contact Email:
Job Published: 6 months ago

Job Description

My client, an exciting start-up with a disruptive product already on the market are looking for a CTO with an automotive / mobility background to shape and lead their technology initiatives going forward.

As CTO you will be part of the senior management team and share responsibility for identifying opportunities, delivering products and services to customers and driving the business forward. You will supervise and lead the creation of new architecture for the decentralised transaction platform and its applications.

  • Start-up attitude and/or experience
  • Automotive experience
  • Proven CTO experience
  • Comfortable bridging the gap between technology and the business i.e. mentoring developers as well as gaining buy-in from investors
  • Blockchain knowledge / awareness
  • Software development background: Java, Scala, Pytho C/C++ etc.

This is an exciting opportunity to be part of something disruptive with a great package including equity in the business. Please get in touch as soon as possible to discuss the product and the role in more detail.

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