Front-end Developer (Fulltime / Remote)

About us

We are a product development studio based in Berlin working on products for promising startups and help established companies innovating on their products and services. We work in agile, multi-disciplinary teams which helps us solve business problems for our clients by building the right product. Also we value the work that other developers share as open source on github and we try to give back as much as possible by contributing and hosting community events such as

Your Job

  • Collaborate with our designers, backend developers and clients on creating and maintaining quality interfaces with well structured code bases
  • Own small-to-medium projects yourself and collaborate with other developers on larger and more complex projects
  • Choose and help us choose the right tool for the job. Currently we’re using React, Redux, Webpack a lot - but are also open for changes to the stack in the future
  • Anticipate product development issues and proactively seek solutions

Your Skillset

  • At least 3 years of practical experience with modern Javascript code including module/bundler systems and using frameworks such as React, Vue, etc. + unit testing with mocha, jest, jasmine, etc.
  • Fluency in modern CSS, including using preprocessors. Experience with responsive layouts Flexbox and CSS Grid
  • Decent communication skills and fluency in English language. German would be nice as well but is not required.
  • Note: You don’t have to be an expert in everything but we expect you to be eager to learn and adapt to upcoming technologies and processes
  • Oh and.. it’s a plus if you aren’t afraid of backend technologies such as Ruby on Rails, Node etc.

Your character

  • Be passionate about development.
  • Have a strong appetite to explore new technologies and share knowledge.
  • Be outgoing, personable, sociable and easy going.
  • Welcome feedback and look to improve project development and understanding.
  • Be able to work to deadlines and in a fast-paced environment.

Sounds interesting? Let's talk