Ever since our last installment on startup and tech jobs in Kuala Lumpur, the startup and tech scene in Malaysia’s capital city has only grown, with events such as AngelHack and Lean Startup Machine held in town, as well as companies like aWhere setting up shop.
Here we, at e27, bring you three jobs based in Kuala Lumpur from our database of 302 jobs from 674 companies. Be a part of Malaysia’s rapidly developing tech and startup scene by applying now!
Adenue is a digital concierge platform that aims to be a one-stop-shop to discover and book unique local experiences in Asia. Currently, it features diverse activities from a host of Asian destinations, for instance kayaking in Sri Lanka or horse-riding in Bali, Indonesia.
Now, Adenue is looking for a Marketing Head to take care of the online marketing operations of the company, which include online advertising and affiliate marketing, as well as lead its local marketing team to produce measurable results. If you have at least four years of experience in multi-channel marketing for travel/consumer companies, as well as good leadership skills, why not apply?
Launched in 2010, Easyuni is an education startup that connects students and parents with universities and colleges around the world, aiming to help these institutions gain exposure, while giving students and parents valuable information to make a better educational choice. It has exhibited at Echelon 2014, and is planning to enter new markets by end-2014.
Currently, Easyuni is looking for a business development executive to build and manage a network of remote telesales team, as well as to grow a partner network and aid in business planning. If you have 1-3 years of relevant working experience, as well as good organisational skills and a willingness to learn, why not apply?
Founded in early 2012, Zalora is one of Asia’s top fashion e-commerce portals, with operations in Southeast Asian countries ranging from Malaysia to the Philippines. After its US$112 million funding from Access Industries and Scopia Capital, Zalora plans to grow its portfolio and continue to serve products and services to customers in Southeast Asia and beyond.
Now, Zalora is looking for a software developer to plan and develop their latest applications, as well as provide support and maintenance for current tech projects. If you have a professional certificate, diploma, or degree in computer science or IT, and have hands-on experience with any PHP based framework and object-oriented programming, why not apply and get a chance to work in Asia’s leading online fashion retailer?