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REMOTELY - Frontend Developer - 10 000 -16 000 PLN net b2b

  • Polska (praca zdalna)
  • 10000 - 16000 zł netto
  • Kontrakt

Opis oferty

Dutch company headquartered in Rotterdam and offices in multiple countries, who for more than 20 years has been building robust, reliable, easy to use software solutions for his worldwide customers (public sector, financial industry etc.) is currently seeking:

Frontend Developer
REMOTELY

We offer:
• Very completive salary
• Challenging work on complex applications
• Work in an international environment.
• Full-time employment contract or self-employment
• Ability to learn explore new technologies and obtain additional certifications

Wymagania i obowiązki

Key duties:
• Turn business requirements into a working product
• Write clean, scalable, easy to read and maintain code
• Report your work to one of Software Development Team Leads, by informing about obstacles and changes. Suggestions for better ways of reaching the same goals are always very welcome.
• Making recommendation for maintenance improvements
• Work with developers and business partners across Europe

Previous experience, skills and qualities:
• Min 2 years experience in frontend development
• Strong knowledge of creating modular ES5 JavaScript
• Experience with AngularJS Framework
• Experience in HTML, CSS
• Ability to work in a team, but also individually
• Fluent in English
• Passion and commitment for technology
• Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science
• Experience with Agile development

Informacje o rekrutacji

INTERESTED?

Send to us your CV in English at the following address: [email protected]
We will contact you to talk about the position.

Please, do not forget to add to your CV : "I hereby give consent for my personal data included in my application to be processed for the purposes of the recruitment process under the Personal Data Protection Act as of 29 August 1997, consolidated text: Journal of Laws 2002, item 1182 as amended."