Oslo, Norway , Up to £700000.00 per annum
2019-04-26 16:34:00 +0100
Do you want to work with in-house development and be part of a team that together build the world's best cloud storage service?
We are looking for a new front end developer who can help us with just that!
Our front end consists of many modules such as web app with NodeJS, React and websockets, photo timeline in React, public pages with Twig and various admin tools in JS and Golang. Everything is rolled out on hundreds of servers with the cube nets and a few keystrokes. This is a position with a focus on coding , with great emphasis on ease of use and modularization to customize whitelabling for partners. The team for this position is responsible for all webpages , but works closely with other app developers to create holistic solutions, as well as backend for a good API integration. We're not afraid to use new technology , and are constantly making improvements to existing modules.
We are an efficient team with flat structure and little overhead. This is a position with a lot of freedom, influence and responsibility, and you get full focus on the coding. We do not run hours (!), Make all decisions ourselves and have full control over the whole stack. We look for you who want to work on building a product and can offer a committed and stable working environment with high expertise.
We are looking for you as:
- Experience with design / UX an advantage but not necessary
- Has a Master's or Bachelor's degree with IT-related education
- Focus on quality and feel the pride of seeing your implementation in use
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We understand that our network is the most important asset to our business, so we truly value recommendations. If you have a friend who is looking to take the next step in their career, let us know and we can help them.We have an excellent range of prizes to choose from.
Please note that your recommendation must be working in a position we place them in for a minimum of 3 months for a permanent role, or 1 month for a contract role