The Creative Content Programmer position requires a creative eye for developing, polishing, and publishing content to be valuable, clear, high quality, educational, and engaging. This job can be done remotely from anywhere. You will be required to use your own personal computer, having the capacity to run high profile programs such as Zoom (video conferencing) and Figma (collaborative design tool), and have multiple browser tabs open while creating content, as well as enough storage capacity to be able to download high resolution images and videos to your computer in order to upload them into the content library. You will be working inside of hiitide’s Admin library to create digital content and programs to be directly viewed by consumers on the app
hiitide is a startup, and has a small team of passionate individuals who truly believe in the mission, are quick executors, take on several tasks, and deliver on client deadlines and on projects within the organization with 10 star quality, quantity, and smooth delivery. As a startup, we follow an Egalitarian format as we grow our business, and all operate on comparable wages, with future hourly wage increases possible with our collective success.
We’re looking for someone who loves to express their creativity, exhibits attention to detail, learns quickly and is coachable, is eager to learn new tools, and is eager to help our business be successful. This individual understands that they are a vital part of our team in helping the success of hiitide, no more or no less important than any of their team members, operating under non-hierarchical equality.
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hiittide’s mission: “To make learning and growth a daily practice you can share.”
hii-standards are how we go about executing our mission, and every team member at thiiitide is a leader.
“When SEALs sweep a building,” says Rich Davis, “slow is dangerous. We want to move as fast as possible. To do this, there are only two rules. The first is to do the exact opposite of what the guy in front of you is doing—so if he looks left, then you look right. The second is trickier: the person who knows what to do next is the leader. We’re entirely nonhierarchical in that way. But in a combat environment, when split seconds make all the difference, there’s no time for second-guessing. When someone steps up to become the new leader, everyone, immediately, automatically, moves with him. It’s the only way we win.” ― Steven Kotler, Stealing Fire: How Silicon Valley, the Navy SEALs, and Maverick Scientists Are Revolutionizing the Way We Live and Work