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Medior Senior Frontend Engineer

Medior Senior Frontend Engineer


Castor EDC


front end

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front end

senior

engineer

digital nomad

2yr

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\nCastor is looking for Javascript experts to bring our UI and UX to the next level!\n\nWho are we?\n\nWe are the team behind Castor EDC (Electronic Data Capture), a web application that allows medical researchers to collect data for their clinical studies. We are one of the fastest growing HealthTech companies, having tripled our customer base in the last year. We are proud of the fact that our customers are our biggest growth engine. Once they use our product, they fall in love and tell their fellow researchers. \n\nWhat is our goal?\n\nTo improve healthcare worldwide by enabling medical research through technology. We want to accelerate medical research by unlocking the potential of every researcher. We believe that the Castor products can become the global standard for medical data capture and management. To meet tomorrow’s healthcare challenges standardizing and reusing datasets is key. Starting with an easy to use and affordable EDC system, we help users in their entire research process. Using the large volumes of data and metadata collected in our systems, we want to provide researchers AI-driven services to make our core products smarter and smarter. This poses interesting challenges related to scalability, security, cryptography, AI and UX. We were recently awarded with a €1.1M EU Horizon 2020 grant that helps us to speed this along!\n\nWho are we looking for?\n\nTo reach our goals, we are looking for experienced frontend developers that want to contribute to science while working in a challenging commercial environment. You have 3-5 years of experience with building up large-scale frontend javascript applications from scratch, preferably using ExtJS.\n\nWhat will you be doing?\n\nTo keep our products at the frontier of innovation, your responsibilities will include:\n\n\n* Designing and writing code for web applications that impact the daily life of thousands of medical researchers.\n\n* Deliberate and advise on our long-term frontend strategy\n\n* Translating user requirements into beautiful new functionality with optimal UX\n\n* Upgrading/migrating our ExtJS 3.4 projects to ExtJS 6.5 or another framework\n\n* Collaborating with other engineers, product management and customer success representatives.\n\n* Investigating and building automated unit-, functional and acceptance tests\n\n* Teaching and mentoring other engineers about Javascript\n\n* Identifying opportunities for process and tool improvements and implementing them\n\n* Working on automated toolchains to build and integrate our applications\n\n\n\n\nOur stack and tools\nFor the frontend of our applications we currenlty use Sencha ExtJS 3.4 and 6.5 and we are playing around with Siesta for automated frontend tests. The rest of stack consists of PHP7 applications using Zend Framework 2 and Doctrine 2, backed by multi-tenant MySQL/MariaDB databases. \n\nOur toolset includes Slack, JIRA, Bitbucket, Confluence and Google for Business. We use Jenkins as a continuous integration server. \n\nWe offer\n\n\n* A job offer within a week (if we like you)\n\n* The chance to carve out your technical role in a fast-moving start-up\n\n* A way to help the world by improving medical research\n\n* The option to work from home 2 days a week\n\n* 30 vacation days per year\n\n* The opportunity to attend relevant tech conferences\n\n* A team of young, smart and driven colleagues\n\n* A spacious office with all amenities located in the south-east part of Amsterdam, next to Holendrecht Station\n\n* Free lunch, snacks and Friday afternoon drinks!\n\n* A great salary, bonuses based on company results and a pension plan\n\n\n\n\nEssential skills\n\n\n* You have broad tech interests but specialise in Javascript (3-5 years experience), preferably in ExtJS.\n\n* You have designed and developed large (enterprise) applications\n\n* You have worked with ExtJS, preferably with different versions of it, or are willing to learn its architecture\n\n* You have excellent problem solving and analytical skills.\n\n* You have strong verbal and written communication skills\n\n\n\n\nDesired mindset\n\n\n* You prefer high quality, well-structured code over quick fixes and hacks\n\n* You educate yourself, read articles on new techniques, and keep up to date on the dynamic landscape of Javascript libaries and frameworks\n\n* You’re excited about the opportunity to help us scale from NL to EU to global, making sure all our customers have the best user experience\n\n* You relish the opportunity to help us with automated testing, security and Continuous Delivery\n\n* You have a strong customer focus\n\n\n

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