OpenEMI Hacker / Intern

Company
EMI Music
Location
London, United Kingdom

About EMI Music

EMI Music is one of the world’s leading music companies, home to some of the most successful and best known recording artists. We have partnered with The Echo Nest to bring developers a unique opportunity to work with content from some of these artists.

The intent is to provide the developer community with the resources to create new and innovative applications and services. If you have an interesting concept, then we may partner with you to help bring that idea to market.

Job summary

If you’re a skilled app developer/hacker then we’d like to hear from you.

We have a vacancy in our team for a 6 month paid internship. The role will involve creation of apps based on the EMI sandbox content and other APIs, as well as providing input and direction to apps created by external developers. You’ll be able to demonstrate knowledge of music related APIs and also show us hacks that you have created. You’ll also be involved in our developer outreach programme, so you must be comfortable networking and presenting ideas to a broad audience.

We offer you the opportunity to work with music and apps, something you’ll be passionate about, and to play a big part in bringing great products to market.

Salary for the 6 month period starting in April will be £6,500 for full time work, Monday to Friday.

Skills & Requirements

You'll be able to demonstrate knowledge of music related APIs and also show us hacks that you have created. You'll also be involved in our developer outreach programme, so you must be comfortable networking and presenting ideas to a broad audience.

How to apply

Send your CV plus examples of your app or web projects to openemi@emimusic.com.

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