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GetPRO

[REMOTE] - Frontend Developer - 11 000 - 20 000 pln net b2b

GetPRO

11 000 - 20 000 zł netto

Opis oferty

Modern, very well-funded and already successful startup from London, that deals within crowdsourced app testing industry is facing new challenges and seeking another skilled Frontend Developer

Job location: REMOTE
Salary: 11 000 – 20 000 PLN netto B2B

We offer:

  • Full-time job
  • Flexitime (at least 6 hours matched to working hours in UK)
  • Permanent employment ( 6 months trial period)
  • Possibility to learn and explore new technologies
  • Great opportunities for career progression.

Wymagania

Key duties:
  • Daily communication with a Lead Developer in UK (chat or hangouts)
  • Work in collaboration with other team members; share knowledge and suggestions.
  • Communicating with multiple backend teams when needed
  • Implementation of all things frontend
  • Building reusable, high-quality code for future use
  • Defining frontend data requirements which should be exposed via public API endpoints by the backend team
  • Integration of frontend components with server side logic
  • Optimization of the application for scalability and max speed when needed
Skills, qualities and previous experience:

  • 3+ years experience in frontend development
  • Very good communication skills in English (written and spoken)
  • Very good knowledge of how to create testable frontend code
  • Very good knowledge of creating modular ES5 JavaScript
  • Very good knowledge of HTML5
  • Very good knowledge of SCSS
  • Good knowledge of Bootstrap 3
  • More than basic knowledge of ReactJS (ideally with Redux, Ramda and React Router)
  • Basic knowledge of Node.js stack (npm package installation, significance of CommonJS modules, etc.)
  • Basic knowledge of ES6 JavaScript (imports, classes, context changes in classes etc.)
  • Basic knowledge of BabelJS and it's configuration
  • Basic knowledge of Webpack and it's configuration
  • Very Basic knowledge of Ruby and Ruby on Rails, so you can mock API responses for yourself