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\nPeopleDoc is looking for experienced and talented web developers who love working with Python, Django, JavaScript, ember.js. PeopleDoc has been growing like crazy during the last 4 years, and hopefully it’s not going to stop! The R&D teams is always in the process of improving our application for our users and supporting the incredible growth of PeopleDoc.\n\nIn this role, you will work closely with product owners, UX developers, SRE, DBAs, Support teams, and other web engineers to push forward the implementation of new features while also helping us to scale our platform. As a member of one of our feature teams, you will join a friendly and talented group of python developers, within a dynamic, forward looking company, facing great engineering challenges.\n\nOur stack includes: Python/Django, PostgreSQL, ElasticSearch, Redis, RabbitMQ, Ansible, ember.js, Java/Scala\n\n Successful candidate will be able to:\n\n\n* Design, ship and test new features in collaboration with the Product Team\n\n* Use your deep understanding of web technologies and APIs to advise on the system's architecture\n\n* Push your code in production, improve our deployment process and monitor it\n\n* Analyze, rethink and refactor the code to scale the application\n\n* Write unit, functional and performances tests\n\n* Contribute to our OpenSource Projects \n\n\n\n\nWhat you bring to the table:\n\n\n* The ability to write tested, production grade Python + Extensive SQL skills\n\n* A solid understanding of Linux development and automation tools (we use Ansible to manage configuration, and you are expected to deploy your own application and features)\n\n* Like to learn & share, you are passionate and humble about your skills\n\n* Excellent communication skills. As a team and “international company” we communicate mostly in English\n\n* JavaScript experience is a big bonus, we use ember.js, and JavaScript everywhere\n\n\n\n\nWhat we bring to the table ? \n\n\n* A passionate and welcoming team,\n\n* Team work is in our core values; we learn from each other by pair programming or via extensive code reviews\n\n* Double screens, supercharged PCs,\n\n* Croissants every monday,\n\n* Off-sites, Babyfoot, tennis table and PS4 for the lunch break\n\n* Open to remote workers\n\n\n\n\nTypical Interview Process:\n\n\n* If your application is selected, a Recruiter will reach out to schedule a phone screen with them.\n\n* If selected to move forward, you will complete a HackerRank Coding Assessment.\n\n* If you pass, you will either move forward to a technical phone call for an additional screening, OR directly to an onsite interview.\n\n* Offer stage.\n\n\n


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\nPeopleDoc is looking for experienced and talented developers who love working with microservice architecture built on top of a Lot of Java/Dropwizard & more and more Scala/Play. PeopleDoc has been growing like crazy during the last 4 years, and hopefully it’s not going to stop! The R&D teams is always in the process of improving our application for our users and supporting the incredible growth of PeopleDoc.\n\n In this role, you will work closely with product owners, UX developers, SRE, DBAs, Support teams, and other web engineers to push forward the implementation of new features while also helping us to scale our platform. As a member of one of our feature teams, you will join a friendly and talented group of Java developers, within a dynamic, forward looking company, facing great engineering challenges.\n\nOur stack includes: Java, Scala, PlayFramework, Python/Django, PostgreSQL, Redis, ElasticSearch, RabbitMQ, Ansible, ember.js\n\nThe successful candidate will be required to:\n\n\n* Design, ship and test new features in collaboration with the Product Team\n\n* Use your deep understanding of web technologies and APIs to advise on the system's architecture\n\n* Push your code in production, improve our deployment process and monitor it\n\n* Analyze, rethink and refactor the code to scale the application\n\n* Write unit, functional and performances tests\n\n* Contribute to our OpenSource Projects\n\n\n\n\nWhat you bring to the table ?\n\n\n* The ability to write tested, production grade Java 8 code\n\n* Extensive SQL skills\n\n* A solid understanding of Linux development, and a DevOps mindset\n\n* Like to learn & share, you are passionate and humble about your skills\n\n\n\n\nWhat we bring to the table ?\n\n\n* Team work is in our core values; we learn from each other by pair programming or via extensive code reviews\n\n* Double screens, supercharged PCs,\n\n* Croissants every monday,\n\n* 2 annual programming events sponsored,\n\n* Off-sites, Babyfoot, tennis table and PS4 for the lunch break\n\n* Open to remote workers\n\n\n\n\nTypical Interview Process:\n\n\n* If your application is selected, a Recruiter will reach out to schedule a phone screen with them.\n\n* If selected to move forward, you will complete a HackerRank Coding Assessment.\n\n* If you pass, you will either move forward to a technical phone call for an additional screening, OR directly to an onsite interview.\n\n* Offer stage.\n\n\n


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html

 

css

 

html

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\nLocation: Paris / Remote (France, Germany, UK, Spain, Netherlands)\n\nWe are in the process of rolling out new user interfaces across our solutions. To support this, we have built a design system and library of components.\n\nIn this role, you will work closely with product owners, designers and other front-end developers to build new components and evolve existing ones.  You will also support our product teams in implementing the framework into our solutions.\n\nThis position is exciting, challenging, and includes the opportunity to have an enormous impact on our solutions.\n\nThe successful candidate will be required to:\n\n\n* Develop new UI components with a focus on HTML and CSS in response to feedback/briefs from UX/UI designers and product owners.\n\n* Evolve, extend and refactor existing components in line with design,  development and accessibility best practices\n\n\n\n\n\n* Improve the documentation and organisation of the pattern library\n\n* Review the code of your colleagues\n\n* Support developers who are integrating the design system by:\n\n\n\n\n\n* Being available to answer questions, do pair programming etc.\n\n* Building HTML pages with the framework to act as specification for developers\n\n* Integrating new designs directly\n\n* Auditing built pages against our accessibility guidelines\n\n\n\n\nCompetencies required:\n\n\n* Mastery of HTML and CSS, including:\n\n\n\n* Deep understanding of HTML semantics\n\n* Knowledge of CSS methodologies (BEM, SMACSS etc.) and why they are important\n\n* Proficiency in CSS preprocessors (we use SASS)\n\n* Experience working with new CSS techniques (flexbox, grid, etc.)\n\n\n\n* Experience working with complex modular UI architecture, reusable components or pattern libraries\n\n* Understanding of accessibility best practices, standards (WCAG), and how to apply them\n\n* Experience participating in and contributing to code review\n\n* Be able to both take initiative and collaborate within a remote international team where English is the used language.\n\n\n\n\nIt would be a bonus if you also have:\n\n\n* Experience with JavaScript\n\n* An eye for design\n\n* Experience integrating HTML and CSS into web development frameworks. We use Django and Ember, so any experience with either framework is a big plus.\n\n\n\n\nFormal educational qualifications in computer science are viewed favourably, but not essential. More important is your proven capacity to solve problems and deliver excellent design outcomes.\n\n\nTypical Interview Process:\n\n\n* If your application is selected, a Recruiter will reach out to schedule a phone screen with them.\n\n* If selected to move forward, you will complete a HackerRank Coding Assessment.\n\n* If you pass, you will either move forward to a technical phone call for an additional screening, OR directly to an onsite interview.\n\n* Offer stage.\n\n\n


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cloud

 

sys admin

 

engineer

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\nThe mission of a SRE at PeopleDoc is to secure, administrate and maintain the production infrastructure as it were a software, you will contribute in building our fault tolerant, highly scalable and low latency services on virtual and bare-metal servers over data centers in different regions of the globe. We are looking for a Software Engineer with a combination of strong skills in modern software development and sysadmin knowledge.\n\nWe are hiring in our Paris office, but Remote workers are welcome too!\n\nThe successful candidate will be required to:\n\n\n* Design, code and maintain the cloud infrastructure hosting PeopleDoc services\n\n* Collect and monitor KPIs (availability, response time, time to deploy) and ensure that they meet our SLAs\n\n* Lead the scalability & capacity planning strategy\n\n* Work with other teams to identify, troubleshoot, and resolve high impact issues\n\n* Team player with good communication skills\n\n\n\n\nCompetencies required:\n\n\n* Experience with at least one programming language (Python, Java or Go) and modern software development practices\n\n* Experience in automation tools (Ansible, Salt, Puppet or Chef) and CI/CD principles\n\n* Experience with Cloud services (AWS, GCP or Openstack) and its APIs\n\n* Good Linux system administration skills (DNS, RabbitMQ, Redis or HAProxy)\n\n* Good Networking knowledge (TCP/IP, Linux routing and firewall)\n\n\n\n\n\nTypical Interview Process:\n\n\n* If your application is selected, a Recruiter will reach out to schedule a phone screen with them.\n\n* If selected to move forward, you will complete a HackerRank Coding Assessment.\n\n* If you pass, you will either move forward to a technical phone call for an additional screening, OR directly to an onsite interview.\n\n* Offer stage.\n\n\n


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front end

 

dev

 
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\nWe’re searching for a Javascript developer to join our team. We are growing our front-end team to build the next generation of HR delivery services.\nOur head office is in Paris, but we are mostly a remote team, and we accept candidates located in France, Germany and the UK.\n\nAs a Javascript developer, your role is to give life to this platform backed by our design guidelines and our APIs. Your responsibilities will include:\n\n\n* Improving existing applications and building new ones\n\n* Sharing your knowledge and efforts across projects to build a strong and consistent development platform\n\n* Learning and teaching with weekly dedicated learning sessions\n\n* Be a decent human being (that comes first, actually)\n\n\n\n\nMentoring is also a first-class element at PeopleDoc: depending on the topic and your proficiency, you will be offered to mentor or be mentored.\n\nSkills\n\nJavascript: the more the better\n\nWe have grown to become big fans of the Javascript framework Ember.js. If you don’t know it, we’ll teach you. If you do know it, come share your experience with us. Besides Ember, you must at least be curious about the evolution of plain “vanilla” Javascript.\n\nHTML & CSS: decent knowledge\n\nThe JS tribe and our UI designers collaborate to improve our UI framework every day. You will need some proficiency in HTML and CSS to contribute.\n\nLanguage\n\nAs a member of an international team in an international company, you are required to be able to express yourself in both written and spoken English.\n\nExperience\n\nThis is a Javascript position, the more you know, the better. We are using Ember.js as a main framework, but we’re not expecting you to know it. A strong desire to learn is as welcome as an expertise.\n\nTooling & Methodology\n\nWe are big fans of pair-programming, we dedicate a lot of time to the onboarding of our newest members. Testing is an integral part of our practices and so is peer reviews.\n\nWe strive to build a welcoming and inclusive work environment where building exceptional products comes along with learning continuously and sharing knowledge with the rest of your team and company. Among us, you will be : \n\n\n* Working within a friendly, fast-growing, inclusive, progressive company\n\n* Collaborating with a team of talented designers and developers\n\n* Learning not only how to code but how to build a product\n\n* Encouraged to share your knowledge and learn new skills\n\n\n\n\nWe are also avid learners: during our weekly learning sessions, we exchange on various topics to learn together. We have a very large budget for our library, and we contribute back to the open source projects we love and use. Plus, there’s a conference budget for you to spend.\n\n\nTypical Interview Process:\n\n\n* If your application is selected, a Recruiter will reach out to schedule a phone screen with them.\n\n* If selected to move forward, you will complete a HackerRank Coding Assessment.\n\n* If you pass, you will either move forward to a technical phone call for an additional screening, OR directly to an onsite interview.\n\n* Offer stage.\n\n\n


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java

 

engineer

 
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\nPeopleDoc is looking for experienced and talented developers who love working with microservice architecture built on top of a Lot of Java/Dropwizard & more and more Scala/Play. PeopleDoc has been growing like crazy during the last 4 years, and hopefully it’s not going to stop! The R&D teams is always in the process of improving our application for our users and supporting the incredible growth of PeopleDoc.\n\n In this role, you will work closely with product owners, UX developers, SRE, DBAs, Support teams, and other web engineers to push forward the implementation of new features while also helping us to scale our platform. As a member of one of our feature teams, you will join a friendly and talented group of Java developers, within a dynamic, forward looking company, facing great engineering challenges.\n\nOur stack includes: Java, Scala, PlayFramework, Python/Django, PostgreSQL, Redis, ElasticSearch, RabbitMQ, Ansible, ember.js\n\nThe successful candidate will be required to:\n\n\n* Design, ship and test new features in collaboration with the Product Team\n\n* Use your deep understanding of web technologies and APIs to advise on the system's architecture\n\n* Push your code in production, improve our deployment process and monitor it\n\n* Analyze, rethink and refactor the code to scale the application\n\n* Write unit, functional and performances tests\n\n* Contribute to our OpenSource Projects\n\n\n\n\nWhat you bring to the table ?\n\n\n* The ability to write tested, production grade Java 8 code\n\n* Extensive SQL skills\n\n* A solid understanding of Linux development, and a DevOps mindset\n\n* Like to learn & share, you are passionate and humble about your skills\n\n\n\n\nWhat we bring to the table ?\n\n\n* Team work is in our core values; we learn from each other by pair programming or via extensive code reviews\n\n* Double screens, supercharged PCs,\n\n* Croissants every monday,\n\n* 2 annual programming events sponsored,\n\n* Off-sites, Babyfoot, tennis table and PS4 for the lunch break\n\n* Open to remote workers\n\n\n\n\nTypical Interview Process:\n\n\n* If your application is selected, a Recruiter will reach out to schedule a phone screen with them.\n\n* If selected to move forward, you will complete a HackerRank Coding Assessment.\n\n* If you pass, you will either move forward to a technical phone call for an additional screening, OR directly to an onsite interview.\n\n* Offer stage.\n\n\n


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engineer

 

devops

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\nPeopleDoc is looking for a Site Reliability Engineer in our Paris office to join our R&D team. The purpose of a SRE at PeopleDoc is to secure, administrate and maintain the production infrastructure as it were a software. The ideal candidate will have a combination of sysadmin knowledge and strong skills in software development.\n\nThe successful candidate will be required to:\n\n\n* Design and maintain the cloud infrastructure hosting PeopleDoc apps\n\n* Collect and monitor KPIs (availability, response time, time to deploy etc…) and ensure that they meet our SLAs\n\n* Lead the scalability & capacity strategy\n\n\n\n\nSkills & Requirements\n\n\n* Strong experience with cloud hosting and virtualization\n\n* Linux OS (debian, ubuntu, ...)\n\n* Strong experience in Python development\n\n* Strong experience in automation tools (Ansible, Salt, Puppet, Chef...) and CI/CD principles\n\n* Good System Administration & Networking knowledge\n\n* Experience with Openstack a plus\n\n* SaaS background a plus\n\n\n


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\nPeopleDoc is in the process of rolling out new user interfaces across our solutions.  To support this, we have spent the last 12+ months designing and developing a system of design guidelines and components.\n\nAs a UX Designer, you will use this system to design new interfaces, whilst contributing to the ongoing improvement/extension of the system in response to real-world feedback and requirements.\n\nAs a member of the UX team, you will work with a friendly and talented group of designers and developers, within a dynamic, forward looking company. This position is exciting, challenging, and includes the opportunity to have an enormous impact on our solutions.\n\nSkills & Requirements\n\n\n* Work with product owners to design user interface mockups that adhere to established design patterns (or create new patterns, as needed)\n\n* Improve consistency throughout our applications by contributing to the design and specification of our internal UI Framework\n\n* Push forward our UX methodologies, by:\n\n\n* Designing, preparing and conducting user tests\n\n* Working with product owners to introduce new methods for measuring design outcomes\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\nCompetencies required:\n\n\n* Experience in designing complex user interfaces (wireframes)\n\n* Solid understanding of UX best practices (usability and accessibility),\n\n* You have experience in conducting design test with users;\n\n* A good understanding of component driven design\n\n* French and English language skills\n\n\n* You will be required to conduct user tests with our French clients, so a professional level of French is essential\n\n* As a team we work in English, so it is important that you have good written and spoken English\n\n\n\n\n\n* Well developed time and task management skills\n\n\n\n\nIt would be a bonus if you also have:\n\n\n* Visual / graphic design skills\n\n* The ability to write production grade HTML and CSS\n\n* Javascript experience\n\n\n\n\nFormal educational qualifications in design, human-computer interaction or computer science are viewed favorably, but not essential. More important is your proven capacity to solve problems and deliver excellent design outcomes.


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analyst

 

data science

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\nData being at the center of our mission, our Data Team is looking to improve and innovate our data management practices and tools to bring added value to our client and develop our Data analytics solution. \n\nTo complete this mission, PeopleDoc is looking for a Data Analyst to join his Data Team, actually composed of 6 people, 4 DBAs and 2 Data Engineers.\n\nResponsibilities:\n\n\n* Build and maintain dashboards for clients based on their requirements (currently using ZohoReports)\n\n* Build and maintain internal dashboards (currently using Superset)\n\n* Work closely with other teams and support them with data that can help them to take the right decisions\n\n* Be involved in our data warehouse project in order to make data available to everyone inside the company\n\n* Mine in our data to identify and perform meaningful analysis\n\n\n\n\nThe position is open at Paris and can be remote in France or Germany.\n\n The successful candidate will be required to:\n\n\n* Work with DBAs as development team and the whole R&D team\n\n* Be curious and proactive\n\n* Love sharing his/her knowledge with other \n\n\n\n\nCompetencies required:\n\n\n* SQL knowledge\n\n* Previous experience with a data visualization tool is a plus (Tableau, ZohoReports, Superset, QlikView…)\n\n* Team player, creative and able to set his own priorities\n\n\n


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css

 

html

 

css

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\nWe are in the process of rolling out new user interfaces across our solutions. To support this, we have spent the last 12-18 months building and validating a framework of components and design patterns.\n\nIn this role, you will work closely with product owners, designers and other front-end developers to improve the framework in response to real world feedback and requirements.  You will also support our product teams in implementing the framework into our solutions.\n\nThis position is exciting, challenging, and includes the opportunity to have an enormous impact on our solutions.\n\nThe successful candidate will be required to:\n\n\n* Develop new components (HTML, CSS) in response to feedback/briefs from UX designers and product owners.\n\n* Improve, extend and refactor existing components (HTML, CSS) in line with design,  development and accessibility best practices\n\n\n\n\n\n* Improve the documentation and organisation of the framework\n\n* Review the code of your colleagues\n\n* Support developers who are integrating framework by:\n\n\n\n\n\n* being available to answer questions, pair program etc.\n\n* building html pages with the framework to act as specification for developers\n\n* if within your skillset, integrating new designs directly\n\n* Auditing built pages against our accessibility guidelines\n\n\n\n\nCompetencies required:\n\nYou will have:\n\n\n* The ability to write production grade HTML and CSS, including:\n\n\n\n* Knowledge of CSS methodologies (BEM, SMACSS etc.) and why they are important\n\n* Proficiency in CSS preprocessors (we use SASS)\n\n* Extensive understanding of accessibility best practices and how to apply them\n\n\n\n* Experience participating in and contributing to code review\n\n* A high attention to detail\n\n* English language skills. As a team we communicate in English, so it’s essential that you can express yourself in both written and spoken English.  French language skills are also a major advantage, given that the main office in located in Paris and most employees are French speakers.\n\n* Well developed time and task management skills\n\n\n\n\nIt would be a bonus if you also have:\n\n\n* Visual / graphic design skills\n\n* Experience integrating HTML and CSS into web development frameworks. We use Django and Ember, so any experience with either framework is a big plus.\n\n\n\n\nFormal educational qualifications in computer science are viewed favourably, but not essential. More important is your proven capacity to solve problems and deliver excellent design outcomes.


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dev

 
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\nJob Description:\n\nPeopleDoc is looking for experienced and talented web developers who love working with Python, Django, JavaScript, ember.js. You will join a passionate and entrepreneurial team, and work in a very challenging environment in one of the fastest growing SaaS startup in the HR space.\n\nSuccessful candidate will be able to:\n\n\n* Design and ship new features in collaboration with the Product & UX Team\n\n* Use your deep understanding of web technologies and APIs to advise on the system's architecture and improve our processes to get new code on production\n\n* Analyze, rethink and refactor the code to scale the application\n\n* Write unit, functional and performances tests\n\n* Push your code in production, optimize our deployment process\n\n* Contribute to our OpenSource Projects\n\n\n\n\nWhat we bring to the table:\n\n\n* A passionate and welcoming team,\n\n* Team work is in our core values; we learn from each other by pair programming or via extensive code reviews\n\n* Double screens, supercharged PCs,\n\n* Croissants every monday,\n\n* 2 annual programming events sponsored,\n\n* Babyfoot, tennis table and PS4 for the lunch break\n\n* Open to remote workers\n\n\n


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\nJob Description:\n\nPeopleDoc is looking for experienced and talented web developers who love working with Python, Django, JavaScript, ember.js. You will join a passionate and entrepreneurial team, and work in a very challenging environment in one of the fastest growing SaaS startup in the HR space.\n\nSuccessful candidate will be able to:\n\n\n* Design and ship new features in collaboration with the Product & UX Team\n\n* Use your deep understanding of web technologies and APIs to advise on the system's architecture and improve our processes to get new code on production\n\n* Analyze, rethink and refactor the code to scale the application\n\n* Write unit, functional and performances tests\n\n* Push your code in production, optimize our deployment process\n\n* Contribute to our OpenSource Projects\n\n\n\n\nWhat we bring to the table:\n\n\n* A passionate and welcoming team,\n\n* Team work is in our core values; we learn from each other by pair programming or via extensive code reviews\n\n* Double screens, supercharged PCs,\n\n* Croissants every monday,\n\n* 2 annual programming events sponsored,\n\n* Babyfoot, tennis table and PS4 for the lunch break\n\n* Open to remote workers\n\n\n


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python

 

engineer

 

dev

 
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\nPeopleDoc is looking for a talented, motivated and experienced developer with excellent knowledge of Python / Django to join its R&D team. You will participate in the design and the development of our SaaS application HR suite (http://www.people-doc.com).  With the opening of our US office and our accelerated growth, optimization and scaling problems are at the heart of our current challenges.\n\nWhat makes our PeopleDoc platform:\n\n\n* One hundred virtualized machines on Rackspace clouds\n\n* Millions of documents processed every month\n\n* Postgresql clusters, ElasticSearch clusters, HA RabbitMQ and Redis\n\n* Automatic tests and continous integration/deployment, using SaltStack formulas\n\n* A fully integrated service with our partners thanks to ours REST APis\n\n\n\n\nYour work environment:\n\n\n* A team of passionate geeks\n\n* Two screens and a powerfull machine\n\n* Croissants every monday, fruit baskets, unlimited coffee \n\n* Nerf guns, board games, PS4, fossball tables, pingpong\n\n* Two annual events sponsored, frequent afterworks\n\n\n


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