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react

 

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javascript

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**Company Summary**\n\nAt IDEX (idexinnovation.com), we believe strongly in the innovative power of people and are committed to empowering their creative potential. To do so, we provide our innovation and project management to companies, allowing every employee to freely express their ideas, plan them, manage them, and use them to benefit the employees, their customers, and their company.\n\nWe are a small, committed team that is rapidly growing. Our co-founders are two successful entrepreneurs who have established multi-million dollar businesses in markets across the globe. We have secured long-term funding and are ready to tackle this exciting, difficult challenge. If you share our vision and want to be part of the transforming force for the innovation scene, come and join us!\n\n\n\n**Job Summary**\n\nYou will be responsible for turning UI/UX designs to actual code that will produce visual elements of our Idea Management Software that our users can interact with. You will work closely with both our designers and with our backend developers.\n\n\n\n**Tech Stack**\n\n* Backend: Java/Spring/Maven/Spring Boot\n\n* Frontend: React/Redux/HTML5/CSS3/\n\n* Database: PostgreSQL\n\n* Hosting: AWS EC2, S3, RDS\n\n* Orchestration: Kubernetes\n\n\n\n**Key Responsibilities**\n\n* Develop new user-facing features\n\n* Build reusable and maintainable code and libraries for future use\n\n* Ensure the technical feasibility of UI/UX designs\n\n* Optimize application for maximum speed and scalability\n\n* Assure that all user input is validated before submitting to back-end\n\n* Collaborate with other team members and stakeholders\n\n\n\n**Skills and Qualifications**\n\n* At least 3 years of demonstrable experience building front web applications\n\n* Proficient understanding of web markup, including HTML5, CSS3\n\n* Proficient understanding of modern JavaScript single-page web applications and tools and libraries commonly used like Webpack, Yarn, npm etc. \n\n* Very good understanding of ReactJS and Redux\n\n* Good understanding of asynchronous request handling, partial page updates, and AJAX\n\n* Good understanding of WebSocket is a bonus\n\n* Proficient understanding of cross-browser compatibility issues and ways to work around them\n\n* Proficient understanding of code versioning tools, such as Git\n\n* Proficient understanding of how to best deploy a single-page web application in a cloud environment\n\n* A general understanding of how the rest of our technology stack, apart from the frontend works would be a big advantage\n\n* Ability to work independently and remotely while maintaining open lines of communication with others across the organization\n\n* Ability to accept feedback and constructive criticism positively\n\n* Full professional proficiency of English language skills\n\n* Comfortable working in a startup environment where not everything is set in stone yet \n\n#Salary and compensation\nto be discussed — to be discussed/year\n\n\n#Location\n🌏 Worldwide


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engineer

 
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REMOTE CONTRACTED WordPress Engineer | The Profession |\n\nThe Art of Education University (AOEU) is seeking a contractor who will be responsible for expanding and maintaining our WordPress platform during a re-platforming effort. The WordPress Engineer will be responsible for developing all features and fixes, as well as writing automated tests around code changes. The WordPress Engineer will report directly to the Director of Software Engineering and will work closely with the Software Engineering team.\n\nSoftware Engineering | What We Believe |\n\nMISSION\nSoftware Engineering supports AOEU and its mission by making others’ lives and jobs easier through software.\n\nBELIEFS\nSoftware should be a tool that allows others to reach their goals more efficiently and effectively. It should be thoughtfully designed, accessible, unobtrusive, and opinionated for the purpose it serves. We work with the Product Team and Stakeholders to accomplish this result. Software is a “living” entity that is continually growing and changing. Our team follows iterative development cycles in order to make the right changes at the right time. We are an open-source mindset team. Just as we use open-source software, we also contribute to the community. We believe that it isn’t the code that makes our team successful, how we work and fit together is.\n\nThe Art of Education University | Who We Are |\n\nMISSION\nOur mission is simple, driven, and inspiring: We grow amazing art teachers by providing rigorous, relevant, and engaging professional development at every stage of their career.\n\nBELIEFS\nAOEU is an innovative and fast-growing institution of higher education serving art teachers around the world. In 2019, we became the first homegrown graduate university in the state of Iowa in 50 years and the world’s first “University For Life,” serving art educators throughout an entire lifetime of learning.\nThe Art of Education University serves tens of thousands of students, readers, and customers around the U.S. and in over 40 countries. Our Magazine is read more than 800,000 times each month, our events are attended by over 4,000 art educators annually, and we serve over 2,000 graduate students each year.\n\nCULTURE:\nOur culture is at the heart of our success as an institution. We believe in a drama-free environment that upholds the ideals of Radical Candor©. We believe that your success is our success. You will always know where you stand and you will be challenged to grow and stretch yourself in ways you never imagined.\n\nLEARN MORE: www.theartofeducation.edu\n\nThe Details | WordPress Engineer |\n\nEssential Functions\nDeveloping all features and fixes to our WordPress platform\nWrite automated tests for all developed work\nWork with the Software Engineering team through the entire development process and CI/CD pipelines\nParticipating in progress checks with the Director of Software Engineering\nThe contractor will determine the method, details, and means of performing the services required\nDetermining if and when additional support is needed\nIf deemed necessary, hiring and managing assistants or employees at the contractor’s expense\n\nRequired Experience\nPHP and WordPress Development\nExperience writing unit/integration tests\nSetup and maintenance of WAMP environments\nAbility to work in an agile process\n\nWork Environment\nThe duties of this position are typical of those performed in a home office setting with normal ranges of temperature. The majority of tasks will be performed while sitting at a desk.\n\nPHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS\nPosition requires considerable concentration and focus throughout the day.\nAbility to sit for extended periods of time.\nAbility to lift items such as laptops, monitors, and the like.\n\nVISUAL & TACTILE REQUIREMENTS\nAbility to view computer screens for significant periods of time. The Art of Education University is an online university. Therefore 95-98% of one’s time will be on or using technology.\nAbility to use a laptop keyboard with accuracy.\nAbility to hear at normal levels and through electronic devices such as laptops, earbuds, phones, and the like.\n\nCompensation and Benefits\n\nPOSITION DETAILS\nThis is a contracted position and this individual will report directly to Christopher Lamm, Director of Software Engineering.\n\nCompensation is set between $40-$50 per hour and is determined by experience. Payroll is issued on a monthly basis paid on the 15th of the month.\n\nTimeline\n\nTHE PROCESS\nPersons interested in applying should complete the application form linked below. Applicants are required to submit a short 1-3 minute video explaining why they would like to be considered for the position and why they are uniquely qualified. Failure to submit a video will automatically eliminate you from the application process.\n\nCandidates who make it to Round 2 of the Application process will be required to complete a packet for review, prior to their scheduled interview time.\n\nFinalists will have one final culture interview with the President of the University.\n\nThe Art of Education University is committed to taking the time to find the right fit for our positions. This process may be more rigorous than you are used to. We have set up several interview steps to make sure this will be mutually beneficial to both our institution and our next new team member. We hope you take this journey with us!\n\nTHE TIMELINE\n\nInterested applicants should complete the application packet and upload a current resume by February 26, 2021.\nCandidates selected for an interview will be notified as applications are submitted.\nAnticipated position start date of March 15, 2021\n\nHow to Apply | This Is Me |\nAPPLY HERE: https://theartofed.bamboohr.com/jobs/view.php?id=99\n\n#Location\n🌏 Worldwide


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programming

 

testing

 

qa

 

engineer

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QA Engineer | The Profession | \n\nThe Art of Education University (AOEU) is seeking a QA Engineer to join our growing Software Engineering Team in building the next generation online education platform. This individual will play a critical role in monitoring platform development to ensure design and product quality of the institution aligns with the highest standards and works optimally for streamlined customer experience. \n\nSoftware Engineering | What We Believe | \n\nMISSION\nSoftware Engineering supports AOEU and its mission by making others’ lives and jobs easier through software.\n\nBELIEFS\nSoftware should be a tool that allows others to reach their goals more efficiently and effectively. It should be thoughtfully designed, accessible, unobtrusive, and opinionated for the purpose it serves. We work with the Product Team and Stakeholders to accomplish this result.\n\nSoftware is a “living” entity that is continually growing and changing. Our team follows iterative development cycles in order To make the right changes at the right time.\n\nWe are an open-source mindset team. Just as we use open-source software, we also contribute to the community.\n\nWe believe that it isn’t the code that makes our team successful, how we work and fit together is.\n\nThe Art of Education University | Who We Are | \n\n \nMISSION \nOur mission is simple, driven, and inspiring: We grow amazing art teachers by providing rigorous, relevant, and engaging professional development at every stage of their career.\n\nBELIEFS\nAOEU is an innovative and fast-growing institution of higher education serving art teachers around the world. In 2019, we became the first homegrown graduate university in the state of Iowa in 50 years and the world’s first “University For Life,” serving art educators throughout an entire lifetime of learning.\n\nThe Art of Education University serves tens of thousands of students, readers, and customers around the U.S. and in over 40 countries. Our Magazine is read more than 800,000 times each month, our events are attended by over 4,000 art educators annually, and we serve over 2,000 graduate students each year. \n\nCULTURE\nOur culture is at the heart of our success as an institution. We believe in a drama-free environment that upholds the ideals of Radical Candor©. We believe that your success is our success. You will always know where you stand and be challenged to grow and stretch yourself in ways you never imagined.\n\nhttps://theartofeducation.edu/about/work-with-aoe/\n\nLEARN MORE: www.theartofeducation.edu \n\nThe Details | QA Engineer | \n\nEssential Functions\n\nWrites test plans\nManually tests code changes to ensure they meet team standards and user requirements\nIdentifies and reports reproducible defects with clearly defined steps and conditions\nDevelops and maintains automated acceptance test suites\nHelps identify and troubleshoot blocking issues\nInvestigates and gathers information on bug reports\nPerforms system stress tests and helps identify performance bottlenecks\nAttends and participates in the development lifecycle of all software products\nUnderstands use cases and applies knowledge of the industry and users to identify potential UX issues and ensure the overall quality of the product\nWorks with the product team to fully understand requirements\n \nKnowledge, Skills, and Abilities\n\nValues communication and collaboration with their team and others\nBalances short-term needs with long-term goals\nThinks about what could go wrong and how we can mitigate the risk\nTakes ownership\nValues learning new technology and using the right tool for the problem\nUtilizes a creative mindset when troubleshooting\n \nWork Environment\n\nPHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS\n\nPosition requires considerable concentration and focus throughout the day\nAbility to sit for extended periods of time\nAbility to lift items such as laptops, monitors, and the like\nWhen traveling:\nThe ability to lift or push your suitcase\nAbility to carry/lift up to 25-50 lbs of presentation materials for customers or for conference presentations, etc.\n \nVISUAL and TACTILE REQUIREMENTS\n\nAbility to view computer screens for significant periods of time\nAbility to use a laptop keyboard with accuracy\nAbility to hear at normal levels and through electronic devices such as laptops, earbuds, phones, and the like\n \nPosition Requirements\n\nEXPERIENCE\n\nWe are not looking for knowledge of a specific language or toolset. We believe in analyzing the needs of the problem we’re trying to solve, and choosing the right tool for the job based on any number of different factors. The right candidate for this position will be able to effectively provide input into this decision, and have the ability to learn and work with whichever language and toolset are chosen.\n\nExperience with End-To-End Testing Frameworks (Cypress, Selenium, etc.)\nExperience manually writing and executing test plans for web applications\nUnderstanding web accessibility best practices\nFamiliarity with SaaS platforms\nFamiliarity with content management systems\nSource control (Git, Mercurial, etc.)\nAgile methodologies (SCRUM, Kanban)\nFamiliarity with CI/CD processes\nExperience working in a remote capacity\nExperience with JavaScript is a plus\n \nCompensation and Benefits\n\nPOSITION DETAILS\n\nStructured as a full-time, exempt, and salaried position, this individual will report directly to Christopher Lamm, Director of Software Engineering. Compensation is commensurate with education and experience. Payroll is issued on a monthly basis paid on the 15th of the month.\n\nBENEFITS AVAILABLE\n\nGroup healthcare plans are available. The Art of Education University will contribute 100% for full-time health, dental, and vision, employee-only coverage. Family coverage is available at an additional premium.\n\nThe Art of Education University offers participation, upon hire, of a 401K plan with up to a 4% match of employee contributions.\n\nAppropriate and up-to-date technology is provided.\n\nUnlimited self-managed PTO is offered to full-time members of AOEU. Extended vacations must be pre-approved. Flexibility exists so long as responsibilities are fulfilled and careful planning and communication are evident.\n\nTimeline\n\nTHE PROCESS\n\nPersons interested in applying should complete the application form linked below. Applicants are required to submit a short 1-3 minute video explaining why they would like to be considered for the position and why they are uniquely qualified. Failure to submit a video will automatically eliminate you from the application process.\n\nCandidates who make it to Round 2 of the Application process will be required to complete a packet for review, prior to their scheduled interview time. \n\nFinalists will have one final culture interview with the President of the University.\n\nAll applicants and candidates will be notified of the status of their application.\n\nTHE TIMELINE\n\nInterested applicants should complete the Application and upload a current resume by November 15, 2020. \nCandidates selected for an interview will be notified as applications are submitted.\nAnticipated position start date: December 1, 2020\n\n#Location\n🌏 Worldwide


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product

 

digital

 

lms

 

product manager

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**Remote Director of Product | The Profession | **\n\nThe Art of Education University (AOEU) is seeking a Director of Product. The Director of Product will be tasked with the vision, strategy, and ongoing development of the organization's digital products. This includes SaaS professional development and curriculum products, and Learning Management and Student Information Systems. The Director of Product will own the entire product life cycle, including ideation, release, stakeholder engagement, continual improvement and data analysis. \n\nAOEU is a unique type of University with a unique tech stack to support our innovative work. We’ve pushed Wordpress in some creative ways: building a custom SIS, and curriculum/ professional development platforms, We incorporate many custom API integrations to leverage the best platforms possible in order to provide a seamless customer experience on the front end.\n\nWe believe products should be so simple and beautiful they speak for themselves in a sales demo. We believe in simple back-end solutions to make it as easy for customers and our team to use our products. We are wary of feature creep, but always seek continual improvement.\n\nWe are seeking a proven leader who can understand where we’ve been and bring new and creative ideas to build what doesn't exist for the future. We are on a rapid growth trajectory. We need a leader who can grow a product team and bring their background and expertise to help AOEU evolve to the next level.\n\n**The Art of Education University | Who We Are | **\nMISSION \nOur mission is simple, driven, and inspiring: We grow amazing art teachers by providing rigorous, relevant, and engaging professional development at every stage of their career.\n\nBELIEFS\nAOEU is an innovative and fast-growing institution of higher education serving art teachers around the world. In 2019, we became the first homegrown graduate university in the state of Iowa in 50 years and the world’s first “University For Life,” serving art educators throughout an entire lifetime of learning.\nThe Art of Education University serves tens of thousands of students, readers, and customers around the U.S. and in over 40 countries. Our Magazine is read more than 800,000 times each month, our events are attended by over 4,000 art educators annually, and we serve over 2,000 graduate students each year. \n\nCULTURE: https://theartofeducation.edu/about/work-with-aoe/\n\nLEARN MORE: www.theartofeducation.edu \n\n**The Details | Director of Product | **\nAs a department head, the Director of Product is in charge of a board scope of product-related activities:\n\nEssential Functions\n\n*Product Vision and Strategy*\n* Establish high-level product vision in collaboration with senior leadership. \n* Conduct an extensive needs assessment with both internal and external stakeholders to determine and develop and short and long term product roadmap. \n\n*Process and Product Management*\n* Lead the product lifecycle, from ideation to release. \n* Plan and prioritize what (and when) the product teams will deliver. \n* Collaborate with engineering teams to ensure product delivery. \n* Build and monitor plans around the ongoing performance of current product offerings. \n* Define and analyze metrics that inform the success of products.\n\n*Collaboration*\n* Directly and indirectly managing those involved in the design, modification and evaluation of all phases of a specific product or group of products.\n* Engage with existing employees to assess and prioritize their product needs. \n* Engage closely with the sales, marketing, customers to gather and promote the most relevant ideas into features. \n* Go-to-market: Work with cross-functional teams to deliver a complete product experience. \n\n*Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities*\n* Experience with leading the development and use of digital platforms and technology products. \n* Ability to create a vision and also execute on the day to day implementation. \n* Experience working on an Agile development team. \n* Ability to concisely breakdown and communicate complex ideas. \n* Sophisticated communication (written and verbal), negotiation, problem-solving, collaboration skills to effectively work with other leaders, customers, and stakeholders to evolve AOEU’s products.\n* Experience with key evaluation metrics that drive prioritization and continued investment decisions within the organization. \n* Track record in developing and taking new innovative products to market.\n* Ability to identify, own, and solve problems independently or as part of a team.\n\n**Work Environment**\nThe duties of this position are typical of those performed in the home office setting with normal ranges of temperature. The majority of tasks will be performed while sitting at a desk.\n\n*PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS*\n* Position requires considerable concentration and focus throughout the day.\n* Ability to sit for extended periods of time.\n* Ability to lift items such as laptops, monitors, and the like.\n* When traveling: \n* The ability to lift or push your suitcase.\n* Ability to carry/lift up to 25-50 lbs of presentation materials for customers or for conference presentations, etc.\n\n*VISUAL and TACTILE REQUIREMENTS*\n* Ability to view computer screens for significant periods of time. The Art of Education University is an online university. Therefore 95-98% of one’s time will be on or using technology.\n* Ability to use a laptop keyboard with accuracy.\n* Ability to hear at normal levels and through electronic devices such as laptops, earbuds, phones, and the like.\n\n**Position Requirements**\n\n*EDUCATION*\n* Minimum of a Bachelor’s degree is required.\n\n*EXPERIENCE*\n* Product management experience in a SaaS or Cloud-based company.\n* 7+ years of experience leading digital products across multiple lines of business.\n* In-depth knowledge of web systems and architecture, design and development.\n* Hands-on experience with complex project management, and knowledge of various Agile frameworks. \n* Experience working in or within K-12 and or Higher Education industry.\n* Experience in data analysis and data-driven product design.\n* Experience working in a remote capacity is strongly preferred.\n\n**Compensation and Benefits**\n*POSITION DETAILS*\nStructured as a full-time, exempt, and salaried position, this individual will report directly to Derek Balsley, Founder and CEO. Compensation is commensurate with education and experience. Payroll is issued on a monthly basis paid on the 15th of the month.\n\n*BENEFITS AVAILABLE*\nGroup healthcare plans are available. The Art of Education University will contribute 100% for full-time health, dental, and vision, employee-only coverage. Family coverage is available at an additional premium.\n \nThe Art of Education University offers participation, upon hire, of a 401K plan with up to a 4% match of employee contributions.\n \nAppropriate and up-to-date technology is provided.\n \nUnlimited self-managed PTO is offered to full-time members of AOEU. Extended vacations must be pre-approved. Flexibility exists so long as responsibilities are fulfilled and careful planning and communication are evident.\n \n**Timeline**\n*THE PROCESS*\nPersons interested in applying should complete the application form linked below. Applicants are required to submit a short 1-3 minute video explaining why they would like to be considered for the position and why they are uniquely qualified. Failure to submit a video will automatically eliminate you from the application process.\n \nCandidates who make it to Round 2 of the Application process will be required to complete a packet for review, prior to their scheduled interview time. \n \nFinalists will have one final culture interview with the President of the University.\n \nThe Art of Education University is committed to taking the time to find the right fit for our positions. This process may be more rigorous than you are used to. We have set up several interview steps to make sure this will be mutually beneficial to both our institution and our next new team member. We hope you take this journey with us!\n \n*THE TIMELINE*\n* Interested applicants should complete the Application packet and upload a current resume by September 30, 2020. \n* Candidates selected for an interview will be notified as applications are submitted.\n* Anticipated position start date of October 15, 2020. \n\n**How to Apply | This Is Me | **\nAPPLY HERE: https://theartofed.bamboohr.com/jobs/view.php?id=69\n \n\n#Salary and compensation\n$110,000/year\n\n\n#Location\n🇺🇸 US-only


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**Company Summary**\n\nAt IDEX (idexinnovation.com), we believe strongly in the innovative power of people and are committed to empowering their creative potential. To do so, we provide our innovation and project management to companies with 200 or more employees, allowing every employee to freely express their ideas, plan them, and use them to benefit the employees, their customers, and their company.\n\nWe are a small, committed team that is rapidly growing. Our co-founders are two successful entrepreneurs who have established multi-million dollar businesses in markets across the globe. We have secured long-term funding and are ready to tackle this exciting, difficult challenge. If you share our vision and want to be part of the transforming force for the innovation scene, come and join us!\n\n\n**Job Summary**\n\nYou will be responsible for turning UI/UX designs to actual code that will produce visual elements of our Innovation & Project Management Software that our users can interact with. You will work closely with both our product manager and with our backend developer.\n\n\n**Tech Stack**\n\n* Backend: Java/Spring Boot/Maven\n* Frontend: Reactjs/Redux\n* Database: PostgreSQL\n* Hosting: AWS EC2, S3, RDS\n\n# Responsibilities\n * Develop new user-facing features\n* Build reusable and maintainable code and libraries for future use\n* Ensure the technical feasibility of UI/UX designs\n* Optimize application for maximum speed and scalability\n* Assure that all user input is validated before submitting to back-end\n* Collaborate with other team members and stakeholders \n\n# Requirements\n* At least 3 years of demonstrable experience building front web applications\n* Proficient understanding of web markup, including HTML5, CSS3\n* Proficient understanding of modern JavaScript single-page web applications and tools and libraries commonly used like Webpack, Yarn, npm etc. \n* Very good understanding of ReactJS and Redux\n* Good understanding of asynchronous request handling, partial page updates, and AJAX\n* Good understanding of WebSocket is a bonus\n* Proficient understanding of cross-browser compatibility issues and ways to work around them\n* Proficient understanding of code versioning tools, such as Git\n* Proficient understanding of how to best deploy a single-page web application in a cloud environment\n* A general understanding of how the rest of our technology stack, apart from the frontend works would be a big advantage\n* Ability to work independently and remotely while maintaining open lines of communication with others across the organization\n* Ability to accept feedback and constructive criticism positively\n* Full professional proficiency of English language skills\n* Comfortable working in a startup environment where not everything is set in stone yet\n\n#Location\n🌏 Worldwide


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react

 

reactjs

 

redux

 

frontend

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### Company Summary\nAt IDEX ([idexinnovation.com](https://idexinnovation.com)), we believe strongly in the innovative power of people and are committed to empowering their creative potential. To do so, we provide our innovation and project management to companies with 200 or more employees, allowing every employee to freely express their ideas, plan them, and use them to benefit the employees, their customers, and their company. \n\nWe are a small, committed team that is rapidly growing. Our co-founders are two successful entrepreneurs who have established multi-million dollar businesses in markets across the globe. We have secured long-term funding and are ready to tackle this exciting, difficult challenge. If you share our vision and want to be part of the transforming force for the innovation scene, come and join us! \n\n\n### Job Summary \nYou will be responsible for turning UI/UX designs to actual code that will produce visual elements of our Innovation & Project Management Software that our users can interact with. You will work closely with both our designers and with our backend developers.\n\n# Responsibilities\n ### Key Responsibilities\n* Develop new user-facing features\n* Build reusable and maintainable code and libraries for future use\n* Ensure the technical feasibility of UI/UX designs\n* Optimize application for maximum speed and scalability\n* Assure that all user input is validated before submitting to back-end\n* Collaborate with other team members and stakeholders \n\n# Requirements\n### Skills and Qualifications\n* At least 3 years of demonstrable experience building front web applications\n* Proficient understanding of web markup, including HTML5, CSS3\n* Proficient understanding of modern javascript single-page web applications and tools and libraries commonly used like Webpack, Yarn, npm etc. \n* Very good understanding of ReactJS and Redux\n* Good understanding of asynchronous request handling, partial page updates, and AJAX\n* Proficient understanding of cross-browser compatibility issues and ways to work around them\n* Proficient understanding of code versioning tools, such as Git\n* Proficient understanding of how to best deploy a single-page web application in a cloud environment\n* A general understanding of how the rest of our technology stack, apart from the frontend, works would be a big advantage\n* Ability to work independently and remotely while maintaining open lines of communication with others across the organization\n* Ability to accept feedback and constructive criticism positively\n* Full professional proficiency of English language skills\n* Comfortable working in a startup environment where not everything is set in stone yet \n\n#Salary and compensation\nDepends on experience/year\n\n\n#Location\n🌏 Worldwide


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Aula Education


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product design

 

ui

 

ux

 

senior

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**Mission:** Shape everything 'design' at Aula and be the guiding voice for design throughout the whole product. \n\n**Who:** A humble and curious product designer who loves to deliver quality work that delivers impact. Aula is an **educational** technology company and that is a big reason for why you are applying.\n\n**How:** Work on all levels of the product, from gathering feedback from educators and students to designing beautiful solutions. Work hand-in-hand with product managers, engineers, learning specialists and our VP Product to implement your designs.\n\n## About you\n\nWe’re excited to tell you about Aula and what we’re working on, but first of all, let us explain who we’re looking for. The most important thing about you is that you are curious and care deeply about designing great products that affect people’s lives. You are excited about joining a startup with all the ups and downs that entails. You are transparent, reliable, considerate and ready to work hard to further our mission.\n\nYou have a real passion for precise design systems and designing mouth-watering user experiences. 🍭\n\nWhether you've previously worked at a startup, an agency or on your own projects, you've designed for both mobile and desktop, have experience leading the conceptualisation of a feature, an app or a whole design system. +1 if you have front-end engineering experience/interest.\n\n**Your location is flexible** - Aula is a fully distributed company - No offices :) You will be working with folks in the USA, Canada, UK, Netherlands, Georgia... You can be based anywhere from **GMT-6** to **GMT+1**, although we would need to be able to fly you into the UK a few times in the year.\n\nYou understand what working at a fast-pace startup means. We get close to our users to try to understand in detail their needs but we then trust our intuition to move fast. Aula will not be a place where we take months to research, design, build and ship, we design efficiently and don't hesitate to iterate constantly.\n\n# Responsibilities\n We’re looking for a complete product designer who enjoys working on a design solution from beginning to end.\n\n- Sitting down with students, educators, university administrators and the rest of the team to clearly understand existing infrastructures and determine existing pain points.\n- Conceptualise design solutions.\n- Design those solutions to the pixel.\n- Help the engineering team implement the designs.\n\nYou can be working at all levels, from designing a whole app from scratch to going into detailed optimisations for our custom-designed editor or the chat structure of our direct messages.\n \n\n# Requirements\n**You are the type of person who**\n\n- Appreciates the value of diverse and inclusive teams.\n- Isn’t afraid to meet teachers and understand teaching workflows.\n- Can seamlessly transition from collaborating with the PM on understanding the problem to working with engineers to implement the solution.\n- Wants to foster a culture of no-ego team players.\n- Can arrange a working day with 6 hours of overlap with the workday in GMT (and no further East than GMT +1).\n\n**You’ve done some of these things**\n\n- Been part of an excellent product-focused organisation, working directly with PMs and engineers.\n- Worked to increase engagement as part of your measure of success on a previous project.\n- Worked on an Agile development team with incremental releases (or continuous delivery). \n\n#Salary and compensation\n$85,000/year\n\n\n#Location\nGmt -6 / +1


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WIREWAX


verified closed
London

javascript

 

react

 

redux

 

saas

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********************************************\n**IMPORTANT: This role is 50% in the London office and 50% remote working.**\n********************************************\n\n\n\n# **Who we are**\nBased in London and New York, we are the creative technology company powering over 90% of the world’s interactive video content, enabling brands such as Disney, Ted Baker, and Dulux to explore new horizons in audience engagement and interaction, making their video content much harder working. Our Studio platform uses AI to create hotspots, content overlays, video branching and other features, making every face and object in video content touchable and clickable - and our clients are mostly in marketing, advertising and TV.\n\nThe WIREWAX Studio is a SaaS (software as a service) platform, but we also have an award-winning in-house Creative Solutions team who collaborate directly with production companies, ad agencies and brand clients on bespoke interactive projects. We’re a very ambitious outfit: our mission is to make video as truly connected as everything else on the internet, and it’s a mission which is opening up exciting new possibilities for everyone who works at WIREWAX.\n\n# **Why join WIREWAX?**\n* You'll have the trust and freedom to devise solutions to problems as you see fit, utilising whichever technology you consider most appropriate.\n* You’ll be working as part of a small, super friendly team with a variety of backgrounds, from computer vision research to TV production.\n* Competitive base salary with options available if you’re interested.\n\n\n# Responsibilities\n **About the role**\n\nWe’re looking for a talented Front End Developer with an unparalleled appetite to push the boundaries of web technology and a flair for creating seamless user experiences for an exciting and innovative technology business at a time of unprecedented fast growth.\n\nThe product you will be working on is our cutting edge SAAS tool called WIREWAX Studio, a Digital Asset Management and Interactive Video creation platform used by big brands and individuals worldwide to create stunning interactive experiences for a wide range of industries.\nYou will be working with our cross-functional product development team consisting of backend (NodeJS) and frontend (React) engineers as well as our design, UX/UI and computer vision teams to develop the next generation of product features and enhancements. At WIREWAX a working week consists of 50% in the office and 50% remote working, meaning everyone gets the best of both worlds.\n\n**What you will do as our Front End Developer (React)**\n\n* Developing brand new user-facing features for our SaaS product using React and Redux\n* Building reusable components and front-end libraries for future use\n* Translating designs and wireframes into high quality code\n* Optimizing components for maximum performance across a vast array of web-capable devices and browsers \n\n# Requirements\n**Our ideal team member will have the following talents, skills & experience:**\n\n* Strong experience in JavaScript, including familiarity with ES6\n* Thorough understanding of React.js and its core principles\n* Experience with popular React.js workflows (such as Flux or Redux)\n* Experience with data structure libraries (e.g., Immutable.js)\n* Familiarity with RESTful APIs\n* Experience with Responsive design\n* Experience using LESS or SASS\n* Familiarity with code versioning tools such as Git, SVN or Bitbucket\n\n**Bonus skills & experience**\n\n* Experience with Back-end technologies like NodeJS, Express, MongoDB \n* Experience with common front-end development tools such as Babel, Webpack, NPM, etc.\n* Experience with animations and transitions in React using CSS3\n* Experience with React testing frameworks such as Jest or Enzyme\n* Knowledge of and experience working with HTML5 video and other media elements\n\n#Location\nLondon


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IDEX Innovation


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🌏 Worldwide

frontend

 

javascript

 

react

 

reactjs

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IDEX is a Software as a Service (SaaS) startup on a mission to shatter the myth that China can’t innovate. We believe strongly in the innovative potential of employees all across China, and are committed to empowering their creative potential with our innovation management software. We provide our software to companies with 200 or more employees, allowing every employee to freely express their ideas and use them to benefit the employees themselves, their customers, and business.\n\nWe are a small, committed team that is rapidly growing. Our co-founders are two successful entrepreneurs who have established multi-million dollar businesses in markets across the globe. If you share our vision and want to be part of transforming force for China’s innovation scene, come and join us!\n\nYou will be responsible for turning UI/UX designs to actual code that will produce visual elements of our Idea Management Software that our users can interact with. You will work closely with both our designers and with our backend developers.\n\n\n# Responsibilities\n * Develop new user-facing features\n* Build reusable and maintainable code and libraries for future use\n* Ensure the technical feasibility of UI/UX designs\n* Optimize application for maximum speed and scalability\n* Assure that all user input is validated before submitting to back-end\n* Collaborate with other team members and stakeholders\n \n\n# Requirements\n* At least 3 years of demonstrable experience building front web applications\n* Proficient understanding of web markup, including HTML5, CSS3\n* Proficient understanding of modern javascript single-page web applications and tools and libraries commonly used like Webpack, Yarn, npm etc. \n* Very good understanding of ReactJS and Redux\n* Good understanding of asynchronous request handling, partial page updates, and AJAX\n* Proficient understanding of cross-browser compatibility issues and ways to work around them\n* Proficient understanding of code versioning tools, such as Git\n* Proficient understanding of how to best deploy a single-page web application in a cloud environment\n* A general understanding of how the rest of our technology stack, apart from the frontend, works would be a big advantage\n* Ability to work independently and remotely while maintaining open lines of communication with others across the organization\n* Ability to accept feedback and constructive criticism positively\n* Full professional proficiency of English language skills\n* Comfortable working in a startup environment where not everything is set in stone yet \n\n#Salary and compensation\nDepends on Experience/year\n\n\n#Location\n🌏 Worldwide


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Aula Education


closed
🌏 Worldwide

javascript

 

serverless

 

react

 

nodejs

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![](https://aula.education/images/aula-logo-color.svg)\n\nFor the full job description its best to [go to our Notion page where you will find all the ins and outs on working for Aula](https://www.notion.so/aulaeducation/Remote-Senior-Full-stack-JavaScript-Engineer-React-Node-js-01f59910adf740a0b3ee5b6f3f25fa6c)\n\n\n\n---\n\n\n\n## The short version ⏳\n\n\n\n**Why:** Learning infrastructure should focus on community, collaboration, conversation - not on being a digital file cabinet 🗄️. \n\n\n\n**Who:** Humble, curious and builder-mentality. 7+ years of full-stack development.\n\n\n\n**How:** React, React-Native, microservices in Node.js, serverless, Docker, AWS, Redux, MongoDB.\n\n\n\n## What is [Aula](https://aula.education)? 🐝\n\n\n\nAula is a remote-first 50-person team building a social learning platform. Our mission is to enable all educators to engage all students.\n\n\n\nPowered by an ecosystem of integrations, Aula is the foundational layer in the university tech stack that shapes a whole industry.\n\n\n\nWe built Aula because we believe digital infrastructure should encourage community and participation-based learning.\n\n\n\n![](https://s3.us-west-2.amazonaws.com/secure.notion-static.com/d65cdb2f-6fc8-4e0b-9a12-9e4eb676c414/landingpage-platform.png?X-Amz-Algorithm=AWS4-HMAC-SHA256&X-Amz-Credential=ASIAT73L2G45F7XNIZBO%2F20190711%2Fus-west-2%2Fs3%2Faws4_request&X-Amz-Date=20190711T163823Z&X-Amz-Expires=86400&X-Amz-Security-Token=AgoJb3JpZ2luX2VjEEwaCXVzLXdlc3QtMiJHMEUCIQC6Hd7TriijUDBUaWg5jidwKJRK0t2VmMur3di8cr6rTQIgQ5Xr%2FVX3ibr1ngRv9OiENPjLfG6TRE930P5frDQgGB8q4wMIpf%2F%2F%2F%2F%2F%2F%2F%2F%2F%2FARAAGgwyNzQ1NjcxNDkzNzAiDJIkKAo9NDLykbwB2Cq3A11AjWKThIgvLN%2FKw9tnPzwy%2FNzSlOnJzStk6C4xabObNhCMSTi6NEwE7pMu3Q8QjjctIQlyZlyMWOwACZSi6jt9JfeXVs0rXWBa69NqS7lqRyP5V2347fwAwZIELf7%2Bt%2BFjFpFIpKNuJTTIjFOkHvvS89Py1eVYWCne1hijhcAq1t%2F1JqDhdU83WBUZMB8%2Fd8BbiCKQOf0tiprRwGB5TuMYdMo7w%2BfmRtfq%2F69CXQ7rE6cpRpDNlhZO4JEhjQTh7eB%2FMWaxuVpXwEwYHJYbg2mRF7hGj5KSOBvQg9JzOOxGuVw%2FXfQ8na1ExnY1hq6AZvdi0rvIjtKGyYoTbpw0CjIAqI2CPRjdW6iz0S37LaeG4RqTjAjzjhH1Mw2334Yl7HRecWU6HApPZfTWDseWx17EUxW9GM%2B09RKQDvuVlDrT693ne3GZUYQhZjieHOXsitoNwh2oXdDs%2FinWnjWIyjQEBkzKzlnO0w%2Fls4KN3b%2By4gQ4Z%2FIb%2BUM1U6r76VsnCidr5vvHRl6c%2FuMwU6Gq4cQkj1SHhDi5USo%2FhrpiX8nRluNuFohCvTzyl%2F5y547JgQmcpFm843Qw5sic6QU6tAEhLlpH71K0QQHuEPgiQFW1C4xgtPdpKxqKR2Mkbfzwr8VD%2BO0H4wfKZqBdrTYs2CKyh4FaWsPGHjXwxbzO01qQ6L55qKJY8Td%2BiuxL0CCUDvuiXEUqhak40VNRchhqXULRyDilr4aIjZi7A24JoQpzeSlxiasLdvVZriY%2B2W7RQsI2GSFWnIs%2Bkf%2BDFg0TlUkdTpHfvo3e8iejNAUjGBF9fkvKvejRHqbWnAlqNQSX5Tz2i%2FM%3D&X-Amz-Signature=a8ff3d6aee808865c600e92a1a87ba9221bbbea731da1329946498eadac12fb7&X-Amz-SignedHeaders=host&response-content-disposition=filename%20%3D%22landingpage-platform.png%22)\n\n\n\n# Responsibilities\n We’re looking for a seasoned full-stack engineer to build features across the entire stack (front-end, back-end, mobile) and challenge our thinking on architecture. \n\n\n\nHere’s a snapshot of what you could be working on:\n\n\n\n- Be part of leading a high-performing and inclusive team: inspiring team members, set priorities and own results\n\n- Building backend microservices\n\n- Move services to a serverless architecture\n\n- Pushing our thinking on core architecture choices\n\n- Working directly with Adrian, CPO and product designers, to build, maintain and improve slick user interfaces across devices\n\n- Switching between different apps and devices (web, desktop, iOS, Android)\n\n- Improving and maintaining our distributed architecture\n\n- Contributing to building a collaborative, productive and friendly remote workplace. \n\n# Requirements\n## We’d love to hear from you if… 🔍\n\n\n\nYou’re are the kind of person who:\n\n\n\n- Wants to foster a culture of no-ego team players who put the product first.\n\n- Adds another perspective to our team - for example, engineers who identify as women, transgender or identify as non-binary. Engineers from the African continent as well as the LATAM area.\n\n- Thrives in caring and direct feedback environments.\n\n- Appreciates the value of diverse and inclusive teams.\n\n- Can arrange a working day with 6 hours of overlap with the workday in GMT.\n\n- Is excited to explore the world of remote working.\n\n- Consider yourself transparent, reliable and considerate.\n\n- Wants to join a 53 person startup journey with all the ups and downs.\n\n\n\nYou’ve done some of these things…\n\n\n\n- Worked on both front-end and back-end, ideally 7+ years.\n\n- You have production experience with React\n\n- You have experience iterating on products from end-to-end (full feature).\n\n- Been part of excellent engineering teams as they scaled beyond 10 people.\n\n#Location\n🌏 Worldwide


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## The short version ⏳\n\n**Mission:** Bring joy to teachers and students using Aula every day by building Community & Support at Aula from scratch.\n\n**Why:** Aula is only successful when our platform creates an engaging digital experience. To get there, we need a deep understanding of our partners that the product alone can't provide.\n\n**Who:** Humble, excellent communicator and builder-mentality. Displays interest in digital products, with ideally 1+ years of experience making users happy.\n\n**How:** You'll have the freedom to define what community & support is at Aula. Inform product decisions, ease user headaches, educate students and teachers on how to best use Aula.\n\n# Responsibilities\n Here’s a snapshot of what you’ll be working on:\n\n* Raise awareness around technical issues on the platform, prioritise bugs appropriately, and learn from what users are struggling with to make their experiences more engaging.\n* You are the voice of reason within Aula, working closely with Learning Intelligence team to give insight to the product team about current frustrations and recurring technical issues.\n* Author materials that will educate our users about features and how they can get more out of Aula. [Aula help](http://aula.help) is what we have now, but we'd really love it if you could reinvent support at Aula and take this to the next level!\n* Communicate directly with our teachers and students. Answer questions, collect feedback, provide guidance.\n* Help teachers and students have an enjoyable and productive experience on Aula while making sure their feedback shapes product decisions. \n\n# Requirements\n### We’d love to hear from you if… 🔍\n\nYou are the kind of person who\n\n- Is patient, warm, and organised in your thoughts and delivery. Empathy is key.\n- Thrives in caring and direct feedback environments, putting the product first.\n- Is not necessarily an engineer, but is definitely interested in how digital products work.\n- Is the go-to tech guru in your family. You help your parents understand that the cloud is not actually a cloud.\n- Loves digging in and understanding why/how something works. Or doesn't.\n- Thrives in uncertainty and is searching for the chance to shape your own role and career.\n- Is excited about the prospects of eventually managing a team.\n- Is eager to explore the world of remote working.\n- Considers yourself transparent, reliable and considerate.\n- Appreciates the value of diverse and inclusive teams.\n- Wants to join a 50-person startup journey with all the ups and downs.\n\nYou’ve done some of these things\n\n- Worked closely with product or customer-facing teams, and have seen product success at a user-focused company.\n- Not necessarily an engineer, but have a really good understanding and flair for where an issue can come from, how to replicate it, and what could have caused it.\n- Strong written skills, where you'd be confident in sending messages and creating product guidelines. You love getting creative in your style!\n- Excellent communication skills, where you'd be comfortable interacting with users 20 times a day.\n*  **Bonus:** Some practical digital skills such as making small tutorial videos, finding the best tools to track issues and creating a ticket system.\n\n#Location\n🌏 Worldwide


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Interview Schedule


verified closed
Usa

sales

 

account executive

 

exec

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**The Opportunity**\n\nInterview Schedule is changing how teams hire. Our first product streamlines recruiting scheduling and coordination, saving teams hundreds of hours a month. We’re just getting started on, and have our sights set on making hiring a great experience for recruiters, hiring managers, and candidates. We’re building the platform to engage these key stakeholders and fix the $200 billion per year hiring industry. \n\nThis is an exceptional opportunity to join a small and fast-growing startup, transforming an industry with powerful and easy to use products customers love. As an early employee you'll have tons of ownership, a big impact on product, a say in our values, and opportunities to tremendously accelerate your career growth. \n\nWe're building a remote team and looking for the best individuals - no matter where you are. All we require is a reliable internet connection and passion for building an amazing company. \n\n**What We’re Looking For**\n\nThis person is excited about scaling the revenue side of a business. They’re a salesperson first, always customer-focused, thoughtful about creating and scaling processes, and eager to own (and crush) a revenue number.\n\nInitially, this job will consist primarily of selling (from prospect to close). There will be many other hats to wear – potentially ranging from demand gen, to CS, to support, and even product thinking – and this person is excited to take on new challenges.\n\nAt Interview Schedule we believe in ownership and accountability, and this person is eager to own and be accountable for revenue growth. They’re always looking for ways to add the most value, which may shift and evolve over time.\n\n**What We Value**\n\nIn addition to ownership and accountability, we believe in: challenging the status quo, having empathy, being direct, being honest, and that nothing is “not my job.”\n\n**What We Offer**\n\n* Autonomy, impact, and ownership. As an early employee you’ll shape the product direction and company values.\n* Competitive salary and significant equity in a fast growing, early stage startup.\n* Remote employment - work where you want, when you want.\n* Generous vacation policy - take time whenever you need to recharge. Building a lasting company is a marathon, not a sprint.\n* Top-notch healthcare, dental, and vision coverage.\n* Life and disability insurance.\n* Annual company retreat - helps build camaraderie as a remote team.\n* Computer and home office setup - we'll buy anything you need to do your best work.\n* Continuing education allowance - learn what you want, when you want. \n\n#Location\nUsa


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Interview Schedule


verified closed
Usa

dev

 

python

 

javascript

 

flask

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**The Opportunity**\n \nInterview Schedule is changing how teams hire. Our first product streamlines recruiting scheduling and coordination, saving teams hundreds of hours a month. We’re just getting started on, and have our sights set on making hiring a great experience for recruiters, hiring managers, and candidates. We’re building the platform to engage these key stakeholders and fix the $200 billion per year hiring industry. \n\nThis is an exceptional opportunity to join a small and fast-growing startup, transforming an industry with powerful and easy to use products customers love. As an early employee you'll have tons of ownership, a big impact on product, a say in our values, and opportunities to tremendously accelerate your career growth. \n\nWe're building a remote team and looking for the best individuals - no matter where you are. All we require is a reliable internet connection and passion for building an amazing company.\n\n**What We’re Looking For**\n\nGeneralist is too specific a term for you. Back end, front end, database design, infra - you've done it all. Building products end to end is where you shine - you don't like being constrained by titles. You can code the full stack and have built products end to end. You’re comfortable building web apps. If you don't know something, you learn what's needed to get the job done. You want to build something people want. You're product minded and have user empathy.\n\nWe use JavaScript (React), Python (Flask), and SQL (PostgreSQL). We’re hosted on AWS. Having these skills is great, but we know the best engineers can pick them up quickly when needed.\n\n**What We Value**\n\nAt Interview Schedule we believe in ownership and accountability, challenging the status quo, nothing is “not my job”, having empathy, being direct, and being honest.\n\nAs engineers we believe in picking the right tool for the job, balancing technical excellence with pragmatism, having strong opinions weakly held, and attacking ideas not people.\n\n**What We Offer**\n\n* Autonomy, impact, and ownership. As an early employee you’ll shape the product direction and company values.\n* Competitive salary and significant equity in a fast growing, early stage startup.\n* Remote employment - work where you want, when you want.\n* Generous vacation policy - take time whenever you need to recharge. Building a lasting company is a marathon, not a sprint.\n* Top-notch healthcare, dental, and vision coverage.\n* Life and disability insurance.\n* Annual company retreat - helps build camaraderie as a remote team.\n* Computer and home office setup - we'll buy anything you need to do your best work.\n* Continuing education allowance - learn what you want, when you want.\n\n#Location\nUsa


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Education Travel & Culture


closed
🇺🇸 US-only

mentor

 

recruiter

 

international

 

travel

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**About ETC:** Education Travel & Culture (ETC) is a non-profit [501(c)(3)] educational exchange organization. ETC provides inbound program opportunities for high school students throughout the world to study in an American high school and live with an American family. Volunteer Host Families provide room and board, a quiet place to study, and an American family experience for international students during their semester or academic year in the United States.\n\n**ETC Students: **Our students are between 15-18 and come to America on a J-1 Visa. They are fluent in English and maintain a C or higher in all of their high school courses, provide their own health insurance and spending money, and are eager to share their culture. \n\n**Why become a Local Coordinator?**\n• Potential to participate in international trips\n• Remote role\n• Gain knowledge and skills through a cultural experience that is filled with diversity\n• Supplemental income on a monthly basis \n\n\nAs LC’s develop strong relationships with their students and host families, they find that they, too, learn an extraordinary amount about themselves and the world around them. Local Coordinators are a valued member of the ETC team and an important part of the students and host families’ lives. We would love to hear from you if you would like to explore this wonderful opportunity!\n\n\n# Responsibilities\n **Local Coordinator Responsibilities:**\n• Develop local connections/network in the community, whereby to recruit host families\n• Screen and interview potential host families\n• Conduct student and family orientations via the use of Power Point/script\n• Must provide ongoing feedback and guidance to students and host families and communicate regularly with ETC management and support team\n• Monitor student progress monthly during a student activity or personal visit \n• Meet with host family every other month face to face\n• Complete and submit monthly reports \n\n# Requirements\n**What are the requirements to become a Local Coordinator?**\n• Successfully passing a background check\n• A valid Driver’s License and proof of auto insurance\n• The ability to provide 2 viable references\n• Computer and internet access\n• Outgoing personality and ability to recruit host families\n• Must have access to transportation/vehicle\n\n#Location\n🇺🇸 US-only


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Aula Education


closed

javascript

 

react

 

nodejs

 

frontend

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# The short version ⏳\n\n**Mission:**  Enhance the way the world learns.\n\n**Why:**  Learning infrastructure should focus on community, collaboration, conversation - not on being a digital file cabinet 🗄️. \n\n**Who:**  Humble, curious and builder-mentality. 7+ years of full-stack development.\n\n**How:**  React, React-Native, microservices in Node.js, Docker, AWS, Redux, Mongo.\n\n\n# What is [Aula](https://aula.education)? 🐝\n\nAula is a remote-first 40-person team from 12 nationalities building a communication platform for education. Think ‘Slack for Education’.\n\nPowered by an ecosystem of integrations, Aula is the foundational layer in the university tech stack that shapes a whole industry.\n\nWe built Aula because we believe digital infrastructure should encourage community and participation-based learning.\n\nWe’re backed by people like the founder of Unity, CTO at Eventbrite, a co-founder of Zendesk, a co-founder of JustEat and world-class VCs like Project A, BrightEye and Sunstone.\n\n![](http://f.cl.ly/items/3f0B20291K1Q261C1v2C/landingpage-platform.png)\n\n# Engineering @ Aula 🏔️\n\n## What we're building\n\nAula is a conversational platform for education.\nTo get a deeper sense of what that means and how that can foster engaging learning experiences, read more here:\n[Education starts with conversation: how we designed Aula](https://blog.aula.education/education-starts-with-conversation-how-we-designed-aula-126bc1fa8706)\n\n## Our tech stack\n\nA 10 min read from our CTO Oliver: [Bringing educational infrastructure into the 21st century - the stack](https://blog.aula.education/bringing-educational-infrastructure-into-the-21st-century-the-stack-be66b1a743c0)\n\n## Engineering challenges we're working on\n- Building frontend applications that deliver a seamless campus experience across devices (web, mobile, desktop)\n- Creating and maintaining the best infrastructure to deliver educational content and communication in real time.\n- Developing a powerful editor perfectly tailored for the creation of educational material and in-campus communication \n\n## [Product principles](https://blog.aula.education/product-principles-at-aula-398d1a2aa23f?source=collection_home---4------0---------------------)\n- Engagement first.\n- Enable educators to create the most engaging learning experiences.\n- Never more than 1 click away from human interaction.\n\n## Who we're building for \nWe're currently building for educators and students at universities. See what that means here:\n[Aula Personas](https://www.notion.so/e94ea2d2ca974d40ba4ae07638dcd459)\n\n## How our users benefit\n\n- **Students:** Aula means less one-way communication from the teacher, more collaboration with fellow students and easier access to student services like the welfare team. We aim to give every single student the sense of being part of their university’s community.\n\n- **Educators**: Aula means connecting with every student in your class and creating a truly engaging learning experience in a welcoming atmosphere.\n\n- **Universities**: Aula is a digital campus where the sense of belonging lowers student dropout rates and enables a move of focus from physical building to crafting distributed student experiences. \n\n[Here are some educators describing Aula in one word](https://cl.ly/b56b4d0ab0dd)\n\n## How our development team will look in 12 months\nEach product area will be led by a duo of a tech lead and a product manager, supported by full-stack contributors and tech leads on cross-platform areas like UI.\n\n![](http://f.cl.ly/items/0M3T0W2C3l1o0W2m2M3v/3c310693ccd93ce8220c7027bd047777screen_shot_2019_02_09_at_17.58.57.png)\n\n# Responsibilities\n We’re looking for a seasoned full-stack engineer to build features across the entire stack (front-end, back-end, mobile) and challenge our thinking on architecture. \n\n**Here’s a snapshot of what you’ll be working on:**\n\n- Be part of leading a high-performing and inclusive team: inspiring team members, set priorities and own results\n- Building backend microservices\n- Pushing our thinking on core architecture choices\n- Working directly with Adrian, CPO and product designers, to build, maintain and improve slick user interfaces across devices\n- Switching between different apps and devices (web, desktop, iOS, Android)\n- Improving and maintaining our distributed architecture\n- Contributing to building a collaborative, productive and friendly remote workplace. \n\n# Requirements\n## We’d love to hear from you if… 🔍\n\n**You’re are the kind of person who**\n\n- Wants to foster a culture of no-ego team players who put the product first.\n- Adds another perspective to our team - for example, engineers who are women, transgender or identify as non-binary.\n- Thrives in caring and direct feedback environments.\n- Appreciates the value of diverse and inclusive teams.\n- Can arrange a working day with 4 hours of overlap with the workday in GMT.\n- Is excited to explore the world of remote working.\n- Consider yourself transparent, reliable and considerate.\n- Wants to join a 40-person startup journey with all the ups and downs.\n\n**You’ve done some of these things…**\n\n- Worked on both front-end and back-end, ideally 7+ years.\n- You have experience with React - unless you have significant Javascript experience with other libraries.\n- You have experience iterating on products from end-to-end (full feature).\n- Been part of excellent engineering teams as they scaled beyond 10 people.\n\n## Why join Aula? 🥕\n\n### Who we are 👋\n\nWe are a bunch of curious and silly-ambitious people who have set out to do our lives’ work. \n\n![A video call with people in 13 different countries.](http://f.cl.ly/items/2G2T3x3z0J0B2o3l3q2i/Image2019-01-21at2.17.51pm%20(1).png)\n\n### How we work remotely\n\nWe put a lot of care and thought into building a remote workplace full of collaboration, belonging and feedback.\n\n**We are building a product that fosters community and knowledge sharing in education, so we, of course ,eat our own dog food. 🐶**\n\n![](https://d2ddoduugvun08.cloudfront.net/items/333a1G0v2n0V2z1P0Y2i/Image_2019-02-26_at_7.29.00_pm.png?X-CloudApp-Visitor-Id=3264931)\n\n### Remote lunch 🍕\n\nEvery fortnight, we all grab a meal and meet on a Zoom link. Someone on the team volunteers to talk about something outside of work that they care about - from board games, to being a classroom teacher to bio-hacking. \n\n### Onboarding 👋\n\nThinking carefully about onboarding is crucial in distributed teams. We've carefully planned and iterated on an onboarding that quickly equips you with the technical knowledge, remote friendships and tips and tricks you need to feel at home and do your best work at Aula.\n\n### How we think about remote 📱\n\nWe see remote work as a creative constraint that forces us to think about what the ideal workplace looks like:\n\n> When 'mobile' became important, their small screens forced product managers, designers and engineers to rethink user interfaces - to remove clutter. This ended up affecting how people built desktop web pages. In the same way, remote work forces us to rethink work in a way that we think many standard office-based workplace could benefit from.\n\n### Benefits\n- **Personal development is part of being 'a high performer'.** You're supported in, and accountable for, your personal growth. You set the direction.\n- **Shared ownership:** Joining the Aula journey means you will own part of the company.\n- **Workspace**: Remote doesn't mean you have to work at home.\n- **Technology:** Get hooked up with the technology you need to do your best work.\n- **Free books:** Whatever you want to read.\n- **Family leave:** We offer enhanced family leave and pay - and a commitment to open, continuous communication.\n- **Travel stipends:** Go meet your colleagues.\n- **Flexible working:** We’re flexible about when and where you work as long as you have 4 hours of overlap with the workday in GMT.\n- **Company retreats**: Every 6 months, we meet up to connect, talk about big ideas and have fun.


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# Senior Node.js + React Developer\nHigherEducation partners with many of the most recognizable names in the online education industry to help them build their programs and expand student bases. We have 75M annual site visitors and are very good at what we do. We also love to use cutting edge technologies to make developer life enjoyable and more productive.\n\n**What kind of stuff do we do?**\nThis past year, we drastically improved the performance and architecture of our React + Node + Docker apps as our application traffic tripled. Some highlights were features like: \n- Breaking some larger services into smaller, lightning-fast apps that are fun to work on\n- Implementing a newer, shinier, A/B testing platform that allows us to run experiments both server and client side\n- Cutting 50-80% off of our response times\n- Next year, who knows just how high we can fly!\n\nWe're looking for more on-site (Houston) or remote (anywhere in the US) engineers to join the team to help us hit these goals and keep making use of the great new tech that is emerging every year.\n\nPay is competitive, benefits are great (e.g. 6% 401k matching), the team is tons of fun, and a great work/life balance truly makes you enjoy the time spent on the job.\n\nIf you're awesome at building client and server applications with JavaScript and want to enjoy your engineering-life because you get to use the right tool for the job with no red tape, apply today.\n\n**The ideal candidate will have:**\n- A full stack mentality - you're equally happy in React apps as you are working on the API and cache layer. Some projects you'll be doing both, sometimes just one, sometimes just the other.\n- Meaningful experience with React apps - you're a senior - you've done it, you have opinions, lessons learned and perhaps some horror stories\n - Meaningful experience with building Node.js API's - you can spin up an API complete with DB and auth with no hand-holding. You also know how to improve performance when requests get slow.\n - Essentially, you love to be involved with the whole stack minus Ops and aren't afraid to take on new and challenging areas, whether it's performance and scaling, DevOps, or in-depth CSS optimization.\n\n**Bonus points go to the contestants displaying:**\n- Experience working with new CSS features like Custom properties and CSS Grid\n- Production experience with building and consuming GraphQL API's\n- Strong knowledge of Docker (we deploy everything via Docker)\n- AWS – specifically EC2, RDS, Elasticache, Lambda, VPC\n- Experience with Docker CI workflows using hosted or on-prem CI platforms such as CircleCI, Codeship, DroneCI, Jenkins, etc\n- DNS, load balancing, failover & scaling strategies\n- Having the right emoji and gif for every situation\n\n**Benefits & Perks:**\n- The short of it: we want you to be really glad that you work here and laugh when recruiters email you opportunities elsewhere\n- 6% 401k matching\n- 100% health / vision / dental for you & partial subsidies for the rest of your family\n- 15 vacation & sick days / yr. + many U.S. & company holidays\n- Flexible hours - getting the work done and communicating well is what matters most\n- Gym membership reimbursement up to $100/mo - because those biceps aren't going to grow themselves\n- You get to work with Evan. Believe me, we all appreciate this.


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> **Build a high-performing, diverse and mission-driven product organisation from scratch.**\n\n## The short version ⏳\n\n**Mission:**  Build a high-performing, diverse and mission-driven product organisation from scratch - think 'COO for product'.\n\n**Why:**  Shape the whole edtech industry by building a ‘foundational layer’ that can power an ecosystem of integrations - with the ultimate goal of making every student feel part of a learning community.\n\n**Who:**  An experienced product manager who has built teams from scratch and led them through scale. People-focused yet process-nerd.\n\n## What is [Aula](https://aula.education)? 🐝\n\nAula is a remote-first 35-person team from 11 nationalities building a communication platform for education. Think ‘Slack for education’.\n\nPowered by an ecosystem of integrations, Aula is the foundational layer in the tech stack that shapes a whole industry.\n\nWe built Aula because we believe digital infrastructure should encourage community and participation-based learning.\n\nWe’re backed by people like the founder of Unity, CTO at Eventbrite, a co-founder of Zendesk, a co-founder of JustEat and world-class VCs like Project A, BrightEye and Sunstone.\n\n## **The role: VP Product 🚀**\n\n‘COO for Product’ - focused on people and process - and member of Aula’s exec team.\n\nWork with Adrian, our CPO, to craft a world-class product organisation and shape how we build products at Aula.\n\nWe’ve built a minimum viable replacement of the current digital learning infrastructure at universities (Learning Management Systems). We’re now on a path to scale a team and build Aula into the platform that will make Learning Management Systems a thing of the past. \n\nYou’ll be the first product manager, but your trajectory is clear: lead the product organisation.\n\nInitially, you’ll build the team and leading a product area in parallel. As soon as we (or you 🤓) hire your replacement on your product area, you’ll focus on building the product organisation and defining our product management processes.\n\n## Read the full job description [__here__](https://www.notion.so/aulaeducation/Remote-VP-Product-Aula-3b0b311bf9b94f31aee1d25d8208a3ff) 🤓


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node.js

 

senior

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# Senior Node.js + React Developer\n**HigherEducation** partners with many of the most recognizable names in the online education industry to help them build their programs and expand student bases. We have 75M annual site visitors and are very good at what we do. We also love to use cutting edge technologies to make developer life enjoyable and more productive.\n\nThis past year, we drastically improved the performance and architecture of our React + Node + Docker apps as our application traffic tripled. We also implemented an A/B testing platform that allows us to run experiments both server and client side. (Next year, who knows just how high we can fly!)\n\nWe're looking for more on-site (Houston) or remote (anywhere in the US) engineers to join the team to help us hit these goals and keep making use of the great new tech that is emerging every year.\n\nPay is competitive, benefits are great (e.g. 6% 401k matching), the team is tons of fun, and a great work/life balance truly makes you enjoy the time spent on the job.\n\nIf you're awesome at building client and server applications with JavaScript and want to enjoy your engineering-life because you get to use the right tool for the job with no red tape, apply today.\n\n**The ideal candidate will have:**\n* A full stack mentality with a frontend focus\n* Meaningful experience with React apps - you've done it, you have opinions, lessons learned and perhaps some horror stories\n* Meaningful experience with building Node.js API's - you can spin up an API complete with DB and auth with no hand-holding. You also know how to improve performance when requests get slow.\n* Essentially, you love to be involved with the whole stack minus Ops and aren't afraid to take on new and challenging areas, whether it's performance optimization, DevOps, or in-depth CSS optimization.\n\n**Bonus points go to the contestants displaying:**\n* Experience working with new CSS features like Custom properties and CSS Grid\n* Production experience with building and consuming GraphQL API's\n* Strong knowledge of Docker (we deploy everything via Docker)\n* AWS – specifically EC2, RDS, Elasticache, Lambda, VPC\n* Experience with Docker CI workflows using hosted or on-prem CI platforms such as CircleCI, Codeship, DroneCI, Jenkins, etc\n* DNS, load balancing, failover & scaling strategies\n* Having the right emoji and gif for every situation\n\n**Benefits & Perks:**\n* The short of it: we want you to be really glad that you work here and laugh when recruiters email you opportunities elsewhere\n* 6% 401k matching\n* 100% health / vision / dental for you & subsidies for the rest of your family\n* 15 vacation & sick days / yr.\n* Flexible hours - getting the work done and communicating well is what matters most\n* Gym membership reimbursement up to $100/mo - because those biceps aren't going to grow themselves\n* You get to work with Saul. Believe me, we all appreciate this.


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redux

 

javascript

 

front end

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Clevertech is a leading consultancy that is on a mission to build transformational digital solutions for the world’s most innovative organizations. Enterprise companies turn to Clevertech to help them launch innovative digital products that interact with hundreds of millions of customers, transactions and data points. By partnering with Clevertech these companies are propelling forward and changing their industries, business models and more.\n\nBased in New York City with fully remote development teams, Clevertech has built core product offerings for clients whose value was revealed in transactions valued in excess of $100 million. \n\nThe problems we solve everyday are real and require creativity, grit and determination. We are building a culture that challenges norms while fostering experimentation and personal growth. We are hiring team members who are passionate and energized by the vision of empowering our customers in a complex industry through technology, data and a deep understanding of client concerns. In order to grasp the scale of problems we face, ideally you have some exposure to Logistics, FinTech, Transportation, Insurance, Media or other complex multifactor industries. \n\n\n# Responsibilities\n **What you’ll do:**\n\n-Collaborate with our team in every stage of a product's lifecycle; from planning to delivery\n\n-Create clean, modern, testable, well-documented code\n\n-Work within an Agile team in CI/CD environment with modern JavaScript technologies to develop complex web applications \n\n-Confidently communicate daily with clients to understand and deliver technical requirements\n\n-Manage your own workflow to meet the deadlines which you will have set with your team to ensure success\n \n\n# Requirements\n**What is Required:**\n\n-5 years experience with JavaScript OR .Net, React, Node, Redux, React Native\n\n-Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in Computer Science or similar technical discipline\n\n-Database skills – You understand the use cases for relational and non-relational data, you’ve implemented code against several different database platforms.\n\n-Strong communicator and fluent in English with excellent written and verbal communication skills.\n\n-Strong understanding of the agile software development process\n\n-Excited by ambiguity and rapid changes common in early-stage product development\n\n\n\n**Our Benefits**\n\nWe know that people do their best work when they’re taken care of. So we make sure to offer great benefits.\n\n-Competitive Vacation Package\n\n-Annual Financial Allowance for YOUR development\n\n-Flexible Family Leave\n\n-Clevertech Gives Back Program\n\n-Clevertech U (Leadership Program, Habit Building, New Skills Training)\n\n-Clevertech Swag \n\n-Strong Clevertech Community\n\n\n\n**How We Work**\n\nWhy do people join Clevertech? To make an impact. To grow themselves. To be surrounded by developers who they can learn from. We are truly excited to be creating waves in an industry under transformation.\n\nTrue innovation comes from an exchange of knowledge across all of our teams. To put people on the path for success, we nurture a culture built on trust, collaboration, and personal growth. You will work in small feature-based cross-functional teams and be empowered to take ownership.\n\nWe make a point of constantly evolving our experience and skills. We value diverse perspectives and fostering personal growth by challenging everyone to push beyond our comfort level and try something new.\n\nThe result? We produce meaningful work.\n\n


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Houston, TX; Seattle, WA

growth manager

 

ux

 

design

 

marketing

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We are seeking the right individual to turn user insights into growth through conversion rate optimization across our portfolio of owned and operated websites. For us, conversion optimization is a data drive process made powerful by a good dose of creativity. We're small and growing - you'll be expected to go from start to finish with a testing process and build process/infrastructure to accommodate the company's growth.\n\n# Responsibilities\n Optimize landing pages and conversion funnels to drive measurable increases in conversion rates and revenue\nConduct qualitative and quantitative research and analysis about users to feed testing, UX and content development.\nCoordinate and communicate with designers and developers to drive projects forward through design, development, QA, and launch.\nStructure, build and track tests using Google Optimize.\nManage and prioritize multiple tests across our portfolio of websites. \n\n# Requirements\nBachelor's degree preferred.\n4+ years of experience in a role turning data into insights which becomes tests (or action) through analysis, creativity and communication with the following experiences:\nA/B multivariate testing processes and understanding of related statistical analysis. \nUse of site analytics and optimization software packages (e.g. Adobe SiteCatalyst, Google Analytics, Optimizely, MixPanel)\nAnalysis of quantitative data (web metrics, revenue reporting, etc.) and qualitative data (surveys, screen recordings, etc.) to develop insights about the user.\nExperience running user research projects from start to finish (segmentation, usability, etc.)\nDeveloped business acumen to size different opportunities, articulate risks and trade-offs and prioritize.\nPolished communications across an organization - across to development, up to exec, etc.\nTrack record of execution.\n\n#Location\nHouston, TX; Seattle, WA


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Hi there,\n\nI'm Gavin, founder and CEO at Acuity Scheduling.\n\nI’m proud to say we’ve been helping small businesses manage their appointments for 11 years now. In that time, we’ve grown. What started with me pecking away at a keyboard all by my lonesome has turned into a company with nearly 40 employees scattered around the globe. And we’re continuing to grow at a healthy pace.\n\nBut I need your help.\n\nWe've been able to build a completely remote company with a phenomenal culture and happy employees. And I want Acuity to stay that way. It is deeply important to me that our people are happy — more important to me than just raking in profits. But people aren't my forte. And, as we grow, I'm being pulled in many different directions. So we need someone like you to work full-time to maintain our happiness.\n\nCan you help us to continue to grow and to enjoy our jobs more?\n\n**REQUIREMENTS**\n\nHere's some of what you'll be expected to do:\n\n* Think of new ways to delight remote employees\n* Oversee our benefits and manage them in conjunction with Justworks (our PEO)\n* Help ensure job postings and interviews are fair and inclusive\n* Make sure new employees feel supported even before they start\n* Work with other folks to organize company retreats\n* Find ways to keep the pulse of employee morale\n* Keep me informed of issues so we can solve them together\n* You're all about ethics, and you want to be sure we're always on the right side of employment laws\n\n\nExperience in these areas will help:\n\n* You've helped other managers get better at their jobs\n* You know your way around insurance (PPO, HMO, and POS are more than just letters slurped from your alphabet soup)\n* Extending job offers is something you can do in your sleep\n* You've helped terminate enough people to know how painful it can be, as well as what to do in advance to avoid surprises\n\n**BENEFITS**\n\nAnd by the way? These other qualities would probably help bucketsful:\n\n* You’re in favor of having 100% of your medical, dental, and vision premiums covered.\n* 401K is your middle name. (Or if you just really like the idea of having 3% of your salary contributed to one.)\n* You’re an autodidact. Go on. Look it up. (You’ll get a $5,000 credit toward continuing your education.)\n\nIf this description sounds like you, there’s a chance that I’d like to offer you $80k-$115k, straight-up cash money. I mean, it’d be in exchange for your professional services each year, but still.\n\nWrite me. Or, you know, fill out the application that I will review personally.\n\ncheers,\n\n-Gavin\n\n#Location\n🇺🇸 US-only


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WHAT'S UP, WORLD?! My name’s Acuity, but my friends call me Cutie. I’m an online scheduling tech company, and I’m 10 and 3/5ths years old. But that’s, like, 30 in software company years.\n\nHobbies include: craft beer, using finger guns in a completely non-ironic fashion, adult coloring books (don’t act like you don’t have one), and helping businesses of all sizes manage their busy schedules. Pretty niche, I know.\n\n“Why managing schedules?" you ask? Well, I like to help people. I guess you could say I take after my dad that way. His name’s Gavin and he built me from scratch almost 10 years ago! Can you believe it?––A whole decade!\n\nAnd that brings me to what I’m doing all this for...\n\nSee, my full name is Acuity Scheduling––and no, it’s not one of those weird celeb baby names or anything. I’m a tech company. And right now, I’m looking for my ride-or-die, go-to, right-hand PHP App Developer, whose main role will be developing the core of Acuity Scheduling's newest product, [Lungo](https://getlungo.com).\n\nI’m going to describe a human, and if it sounds like you might be the human I’m describing, you should contact me. And you should probably attach your résumé.\n\n\n**REQUIREMENTS**\n\nSo, let’s get down to brass tacks, shall we?\n\n* You're an experienced PHP developer with a hunger to make your mark (but please don't actually bite us)\n* You have experience with Laravel (we use 5.6)\n* You're familiar with GraphQL, and will be comfortable writing GraphQL APIs\n* Bonus points for React experience\n\n\nBeyond brass tacks, here are the softer edges of the gig:\n\n* You're a rare breed developer AND human, which means that you don't actually burst into flames upon being exposed to sunlight, and you're actually pretty darn great at communicating with other people. (This will be important, because all of our employees, no matter who they are, will spend time hanging out in customer service land, getting to know the product they'll be building.)\n* You write good... unlike this bulletpoint.\n* You’re the bomb dot com at solving problems. In other words, you won't run from the challenges—you'll plough straight into them like a champ. Or a developer who loves the thrill of tracking down that one mischievous OOM exception.\n* And last but certainly not least, you’re innovative. Because what would a job description be without "innovative?"\n* You live on planet Earth.\n\n\n**BENEFITS**\n\nAnd by the way? These other qualities would probably help bucketsfull:\n\n* You’re in favor of having 100% of your medical, dental, and vision premiums covered.\n* 401K is your middle name. (Or if you just really like the idea of having 3% of your salary contributed to one.)\n* You’re an autodidact. Go on. Look it up. (You’ll get a $5,000 credit toward continuing your education.)\n\n\nIf this description sounds like you, there’s a chance that I’d like to offer you $80k-125k. Straight up cash money. I mean, it’d be in exchange for your professional services each year, but still.\n\nWrite me. Or, you know, fill out the application that my dad, Gavin, will review personally. You can count on it. Which is nice because they tell me that good men are hard to find these days.\n\nSincerely yours,\n\nCutie AKA Acuity Scheduling


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long term

 

marketing assistent

 

german

 

english

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Requirements/Knowledge\n• excellent communication skills (German, English spoken and written)\n• graphic design - corporate conform development of brochures, corporate designs, presentations and so on (InDesign, Illustrator, Photoshop for independent implementation of smaller projects, such as designing ads and Facebook posts, editing photos, creating mockups, implementing small changes to existing open documents)\n• confident handling of MS Office (PowerPoint, Word, Excel)\n• the ability to quickly think through new projects\n• willingness to work with the team and coordinate with it\n• structured, orderly and reliable way of working\n• a desire to think along and develop ideas\n• work for complex, long-term customer projects in Germany and worldwide\n• enjoy working independently on complex tasks as a team assistant for a dynamic, flexible, and globally operating remote team\n• teamwork and use of online tools for communication, project management and documentation\n• availability (approx. 15 hrs. a week)\n• start asap\n• working from anywhere in the world is possible for permanent employment and/or on invoicing. However, reliable availability via mail, messenger, Zoom, etc. within the agreed hours is a requirement.\nWhat do we offer?\n• a cool team of experienced marketing people\n• a high learning curve for all projects\n• very exciting field of work\n• secure income\n• flexible working hours and flexible work location\n• long-term business relationship\n• all advantages of working in a worldwide team independent of location\nCreative, informative applications with some of your recent Projects stating why you would like to join our team, your salary expectations, and your motivation to work remotely are welcome at: [email protected]


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javascript

 

graphql

 

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WHAT'S UP, WORLD?! My name’s Acuity, but my friends call me Cutie. I’m an online scheduling tech company from New York City, and I’m 10 years old. But that’s, like, 25 in software company years.\n\nHobbies include: craft beer, using finger guns in a completely non-ironic fashion, adult coloring books (don’t act like you don’t have one), and helping businesses of all sizes manage their busy schedules. Pretty niche, I know.\n\n“Why managing schedules?" you ask? Well, I like to help people. I guess you could say I take after my dad that way. His name’s Gavin and he built me from scratch 10 years ago! Can you believe it?––A whole decade!\n\n\n\nAnd that brings me to what I’m doing all this for...\n\nSee, my full name is Acuity Scheduling––and no, it’s not one of those weird celeb baby names or anything. I’m a tech company. And right now, I’m looking for my ride-or-die, go-to, right-hand frontend JavaScript/React developer.\n\nI’m going to describe a human, and if it sounds like you might be the human I’m describing, you should contact me. And you should probably attach your résumé.\n\n\nSo, let’s get down to brass tacks, shall we?\n\n* You're an experienced JavaScript developer with a hunger to make your mark (but please don't actually bite us)\n* You're very comfortable with React and familiar with Redux\n* You are familiar with GraphQL and Apollo\n* Bringing UI designs to life tickles your heart\n* Bonus points for experience with PHP/Laravel\n\n\nBeyond brass tacks, here are the softer edges of the job:\n\n* You're a rare breed developer AND human, which means that you don't actually burst into flames upon being exposed to sunlight, and you're actually pretty darn great at communicating with other people. (This will be important, because all of our employees, no matter who they are, will spend time hanging out in customer service land, getting to know the product they'll be building.)\n* You write good... unlike this bulletpoint.\n* You’re the bomb dot com at solving problems. In other words, you won't run from the challenges—you'll plough straight into them like a champ. Or a developer who loves the thrill of tracking down that one mischievous failed prop type.\n* And last but certainly not least, you’re innovative. Because what would a job description be without "innovative?"\n* You live on planet Earth.\n\n\nAnd by the way? These other qualities would probably help bucketsfull:\n\n* You’re in favor of having 100% of your medical, dental, and vision premiums covered.\n* 401K is your middle name. (Or if you just really like the idea of having 3% of your salary contributed to one.)\n* You’re an autodidact. Go on. Look it up. (You’ll get a $5,000 credit toward continuing your education.)\n* Excited about working remotely\n\nIf this description sounds like you, there’s a chance that I’d like to offer you $90k-120k per year salary. Straight up cash money. I mean, it’d be in exchange for your professional services each year, but still.\n\nWrite me. Or, you know, fill out the application that my dad, Gavin, will review personally. You can count on it. Which is nice because they tell me that good men are hard to find these days.\n\nSincerely yours,\n\nCutie AKA Acuity Scheduling\n\n#Location\n🇺🇸 US-only


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SlashData


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SlashData is the leading research company in the developer economy: We help the world understand developers and developers understand the world.\n\nWe’re now looking for a full-time, Senior Software Engineer to help drive data and visual insights out of millions of developer data points. The position is full time, either remote or based in our Athens office (if you happen to live near), we will also consider locations within 2-3 hours of Central European Time.\n\nDo you have: 5+ years of experience developing web applications with JavaScript ES6 frameworks? Do you work with React, Redux, Nodejs and AWS?\n\nIf you answered yes, we would love to talk! Check out the job link for full details and how to apply!


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HigherEducation


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node

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**HigherEducation partners with many of the most recognizable names in the online education industry to help them build their programs and expand student bases. We have 75M annual site visitors and we are very good at what we do.** We also love to use cutting edge technologies to make developer life enjoyable and more productive.\nLast year, we drastically improved the performance and architecture of our React + Node + Docker apps as our application traffic tripled. This year, we're building new features, making some things serverless/Lambda, beefing up our tracking and analytics, and running a bunch of A/B tests take things to the next level. (Next year, who knows just how high we can fly!)\nWe're looking for more remote (anywhere in the US) or on-site (Houston) engineers to join the team to help us hit these goals and keep making use of the great new tech that is emerging every year.\nPay is competitive, benefits are great (e.g. 6% 401k matching), the team is tons of fun, and a great work/life balance truly makes you enjoy the time spent on the job.\nIf you're awesome at building client and server applications with JavaScript and want to enjoy your engineering-life because you get to use the right tool for the job with no red tape, apply today.\n**The ideal candidate will have:**\n- Meaningful experience with React apps - you've done it, you have opinions, lessons learned and perhaps some horror stories\n- Meaningful experience with building Node.js API's - you can spin up an API complete with DB and auth with no hand-holding. You also know how to improve performance when requests get slow.\n- Essentially, you love to be involved with the whole stack minus Ops and aren't afraid to take on new and challenging areas, whether it's machine learning, DevOps, or in-depth CSS optimization.\n**Bonus points go to the contestants displaying:**\n- Production experience with building and consuming GraphQL API's\n- Strong knowledge of Docker (we deploy everything via Docker)\n- AWS – specifically EC2, RDS, Elasticache, Lambda, VPC\n- Experience with Docker CI workflows using hosted or on-prem CI platforms such as CircleCI, Codeship, DroneCI, Jenkins, etc\n- DNS, load balancing, failover & scaling strategies\n- Having the right emoji and gif for every situation\n**Benefits & Perks:**\n- The short of it: we want you to be really glad that you work here and laugh when recruiters email you opportunities elsewhere\n- 6% 401k matching\n- 100% health / vision / dental for you & subsidies for the rest of your family\n- 15 vacation & sick days / yr.\n- Flexible hours - getting the work done and communicating well is what matters most\n- Gym membership reimbursement up to $100/mo - because those biceps aren't going to grow themselves\n- You get to work with Chad. Believe me, we all appreciate this.


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Senior Software Engineer (React, Redux)\n\nSlashData is the leading research company in the developer economy: We help the world understand developers and developers understand the world. We survey 40,000+ developers annually - across mobile, IoT, desktop, cloud AR/VR and machine learning - to help clients such as Microsoft, Facebook, Google and Amazon understand who developers are, what tools they love or hate and where they are going next.\n\nWe’re now looking for a full-time, senior software engineer to help drive data and visual insights out of millions of developer data points. The position is fulltime, either remote or based in our Athens office (if you happen to live near). We will consider locations within 2-3 hours of Central European Time or further for candidates willing to shift their working day to have significant overlap with the other team members in Europe. Depending on your location, you will be working from your home office, a co-working space as part of a distributed team or our Athens office.\n\nWho we’re looking for\n \nWhat skills we are looking for\n5+ years of experience developing web applications with modern JavaScript (ES6) frameworks\nExperience with React, Redux, webpack and related technologies\nFamiliarity with testing tools such as Mocha, Chai, Jest\nAppreciation for good UX & UI design, ability to contribute to a design discussion\nBackend web API development experience, preferably with some exposure to Node.js\nExperience with AWS and other cloud providers\nExperience with a language other than JavaScript, preferably one with static types\nExperience working with relational and NoSQL databases\n\nBonus points for\nHaving built single-page web apps and server-side rendered apps\nExperience with AWS Lambda or other “serverless” backend architecture\nExperience with Python\nHave worked with an intermediate data layer, that sits between multiple data sources and the front-end applications\nExperience with data visualisation (e.g. using D3.js)\nAn appreciation for data and understanding of statistics\n\nWhat you’ll be responsible for\n\nBuilding a custom data dashboard web app (backend in Python and frontend in React) for displaying data to clients and developers. There are lots of dashboard tools in the world, but we have fairly rare data needs and an ambition to create world-class visualisations.\nIterating on our in-house survey tool (built on AWS Lambda, React and Redux) to reach developers everywhere in the world and provide a delightful UX.\nMaintaining and enhancing our developer and client-facing websites. We’ve deployed ‘static-CMS’ sites using Gatsby, Contentful, Prismic and Netlify. Much of our stack is using Node.js.\n\nIf you’re that person, we’d love to talk.\n\nKey success metrics\n\nYou will be successful in the role if in the first 6 months you have\n\nImplemented a data dashboard MVP web app.\nShown ability to maintain and improve our existing codebase and your code is readable, testable, and understandable six months later. \nBuilt successful working relationships across the company to support other technology-related activities.\n\nBenefits\nWhat we offer\nOpportunity to make a difference as part of the research company that works with the biggest tech brands to help the world understand developers.\nCompetitive salary\nFlexible working environment\nCome to work in a t-shirt, shorts and flip flops, or tie and a suit\nAnnual training budget to develop your skills and career\nMonthly book allowance from Amazon, on any book you like\nSpotify Premium subscription or Netflix\nPart of an entrepreneurial company that's raising the bar, and calling the trends of the developer economy\n\nIf you think a link to your LinkedIn profile or public projects is helpful then include one, but it’s not required.\n


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We are [Schedugram](www.schedugr.am), a company based in Australia but with a global remote team. We help marketing managers and agencies schedule their Instagram content. Our customers range from small businesses to Fortune 500 companies around the globe.\n\nWe have been growing significantly for the last 4 years. \n\nNow, we’re searching for a lead engineer who will turbocharge our existing team, hire more talent when it’s needed, streamline our development output and take responsibility for our code base.\n\nOur whole company works remotely, so you will be working with people from across the globe every day.\n\n# OUR STACK\n\nWe use a MEAN stack.\n\n- NodeJS / Express\n- MongoDB\n- AngularJS (1)\n- Redis for session management\n- RabbitMQ for messaging\n\nWe also have a mobile application in React Native.\n\nWe use AWS extensively, from Lambda functions to S3 and of course EC2. \n\nFor VCS and issue management we use GitHub. We use Slack to communicate within the team. \n\n# WHAT WE'RE LOOKING FOR\n\nYou will help our team to grow and provide best practice guidance to make sure we are building the right software at the right time. \n\nYou: \n\n- understand that the job of a tech startup is to ship product that customers use and love\n- love to write code, because that’s your main job with us\n- have deep expertise in our stack so that you can hit the ground running\n- will create decision matrices for major architectural decisions\n- will maintain a clean code base\n- will maintain documentation as needed (although we are not over documenting)\n- will create and enforce code guidelines\n- will manage the team and help them improve their coding skills\n- take ownership of our whole technical stack and delivery\n- are able to discuss technical issues with our non-technical teams\n- will be excited to celebrate success as you and your team release products and features that customers around the globe love\n\nYou're not a middle manager – you aren't afraid to roll up your sleeves and cut code, and you do it often. You demonstrate best practice first hand by showing it, rather than talking about it.\n\n# YOUR BACKGROUND\n\nOur ideal candidate will have:\n\n- 5+ years in software development\n- Deep experience with the MEAN stack recently\n- 2+ years experience leading (managing) and growing a small engineering team\n- Experience working remotely, including communicating with a remote team spread across the world\n- Experience at a small rapidly growing startup (B2B SaaS preferred)\n- Knowledge in agile best practice development methods and delivery technologies\n- Experience teaching others best practices and mentoring junior developers\n- Full time availability – this role is 'all in', and you will be responsible for all of the moving parts of our technology\n\nWe'd love to chat more about how you can be part of Schedugram's next phase of growth.\n


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# WHO WE ARE\n\n\n\nSchedugram is one of the world's top platforms to help customers manage their Instagram accounts. We help brands from small businesses through to enterprises to manage their organic content.\n\n\n\n# WHAT WE'RE LOOKING FOR\n\n\n\nWe have a lot of fantastic customers who are big brand advocates and love our platform.\n\n\n\nBut it's time to take things to the next level. We're looking for someone who loves working with paid acquisition channels – think search (PPC/SEM), social and display, perhaps with a side of SEO.\n\n\n\nYou'll work with our existing marketing manager (whose focus is mostly organic channels), our product team and our founder.\n\n\n\nYou'll work with this team to identify the best ways for us to 'step on the gas' and drive user acquisition through these channels, and own the process end-to-end for testing, evaluating and operating them.\n\n\n\n# YOUR EXPERIENCE & WHAT WE EXPECT\n\n\n\nThis role is aimed to mostly be independent, so we are looking for someone with previous experience (3+ years) at a B2B company, ideally SaaS and selling/marketing to larger companies as well as smaller (we service F500s as well as SMEs).\n\n\n\nYou know your way around all of the common channels listed above, as well as relevant analytics providers (GA primarily).\n\n\n\nIt would be great if you have experience in this segment as well (social media software, in scheduling/analytics/management) but that's not a requirement.\n\n\n\nYou should be analytical and always willing to back things up with numbers, and think that testing is a continuous process that is never finished.\n\n\n\nYou'll have worked with early startups before (perhaps started your own), and understand that pace is important and want to hit the ground running. You are details-oriented and proud of the work that you do, because you produce fantastic results, and you know how to show and celebrate them.\n\n\n\nYou understand growth models and SaaS metrics (including funnel models like AARRR).\n\n\n\nFinally, you want to help build awesome products, and see customers grown and enjoy success in their own businesses.\n\n\n\n# THE ROLE\n\n\n\nWe're quite flexible about how we will approach this role - we are open to people who want to work full time with us and those want part time work. We are not planning to hire an agency – freelancers welcome, but if we were in the market for an agency we'd go and hire one!\n\n\n\nOur team works around the globe – our founder is in Melbourne, Australia and the rest of the team is spread across practically every continent. You'll need some overlap with Australian business hours (2-4 hours) in the earlier days until you're up and running.\n\n\n\n# TO APPLY\n\n\n\nPlease submit your resume/CV (or a LinkedIn link) and a cover letter describing how you'd be a fantastic fit for our team.


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## What you tell your friends you do\n\n“You know how teachers in public schools are always overworked and overstressed with 30 kids per classroom and never ending state tests? I make their lives possible and help their students make it pretty far in life”\n\n## What you really will be doing\n\n- Architect, design and develop the frontend of all of Front Row's products.\n- Extend, improve and iterate relentlessly on existing product suite\n- Champion the best frontend practices to the rest of the team\n- Mentor and support more junior developers in the organization\n- Create, improve and refine workflows and processes for delivering quality software on time and with carefully calculated debt\n- Work closely with Front Row designers, educators, product managers, customer support representatives and account executives to help the business move fast and efficiently\n\n## How you will do this\n\n- You’re part of an agile, multidisciplinary team. You bring your own unique skill set to the table and collaborate with others to accomplish your team’s goals.\n- You prioritize your work with the team and its product owner, weighing both the business and technical value of each task.\n- You experiment, test, try, fail and learn all the time\n- You don’t do things just because they were always done that way, you bring your experience and expertise with you and help the team make the best decisions\n\n## What have we worked on in the last quarter\n\nChanged the Student Dashboard to have specialized flows and UX for each student age range\nWe have rewritten our business logic to be decoupled from the Common Core math standards, supporting US state-specific standards and international math systems\n\nPrototyped and released a High School Math MVP product\n\nBuilt an open source graphing library on top of Paper.js for handling visualizations for high school math questions\n\nImplemented a Selenium QA test suite 100% in Haskell\n\nMade numerous performance optimization passes on the system for supporting classrooms with weak Internet bandwidth\n\n\n## Team\n\nWe’re an agile and lean small team of engineers, teachers and product people working on solving important problems in education. We hyper-focus on speed, communication and prioritizing what matters to our millions of users.\n\n## Requirements\n\n- You’re smart and can find a way to show us.\n- A track record of 5+ years of working in, or leading, teams that rapidly ship high-quality web-based software that provides great value to users. Having done this at a startup a plus.\n- Awe-inspiring at JavaScript, know your way around React, feel right at home building SPAs, you're a master of whipping AJAX and DOM into submission\n- You have a strong understanding and passion for building large scale frontend applications that delight users and enable them to get their jobs done\n- You have had to work with gradual typing type systems such as TypeScript and FlowType\n- You have been exposed to the basics of functional programming\n- You've used LESS/SCSS, understand media queries and breakpoints, and can explain why and how you'd use a grid system.\n- Exceptional emotional intelligence and people skills\n- Organized and meticulous, but still able to focus on the big picture of the product\n- A ton of startup hustle: We're a fast-growing, VC-backed, Silicon Valley tech company that works hard to achieve the greatest impact we can.\n\n## Benefits\n\n- Money, sweet\n- Medical, dental, vision\n- Incredible opportunity to grow, learn and build lifetime bonds with other passionate people who share your values\n- Food, catered lunch & dinner 4 days a week + snacks on snacks\n- Room for you to do things your way at our downtown San Francisco location right by the Powell Station BART, or you can work remotely from anywhere in the US, if that’s how you roll\n- Awesome monthly team events + smaller get-togethers (board game nights, trivia, etc)\n\nFront Row is an equal opportunity employer and value diversity at our company. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status.


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## What you tell your friends you do\n\n“You know how teachers in public schools are always overworked and overstressed with 30 kids per classroom and never ending state tests? I make their lives possible and help their students make it pretty far in life”\n\n## What you really will be doing\n\n- Architect, design and develop the frontend of all of Front Row's products.\n- Extend, improve and iterate relentlessly on existing product suite\n- Champion the best frontend practices to the rest of the team\n- Mentor and support more junior developers in the organization\n- Create, improve and refine workflows and processes for delivering quality software on time and with carefully calculated debt\n- Work closely with Front Row designers, educators, product managers, customer support representatives and account executives to help the business move fast and efficiently\n\n## How you will do this\n\n- You’re part of an agile, multidisciplinary team. You bring your own unique skill set to the table and collaborate with others to accomplish your team’s goals.\n- You prioritize your work with the team and its product owner, weighing both the business and technical value of each task.\n- You experiment, test, try, fail and learn all the time\n- You don’t do things just because they were always done that way, you bring your experience and expertise with you and help the team make the best decisions\n\n## What have we worked on in the last quarter\n\nChanged the Student Dashboard to have specialized flows and UX for each student age range\nWe have rewritten our business logic to be decoupled from the Common Core math standards, supporting US state-specific standards and international math systems\n\nPrototyped and released a High School Math MVP product\n\nBuilt an open source graphing library on top of Paper.js for handling visualizations for high school math questions\n\nImplemented a Selenium QA test suite 100% in Haskell\n\nMade numerous performance optimization passes on the system for supporting classrooms with weak Internet bandwidth\n\n\n## Team\n\nWe’re an agile and lean small team of engineers, teachers and product people working on solving important problems in education. We hyper-focus on speed, communication and prioritizing what matters to our millions of users.\n\n## Requirements\n\n- You’re smart and can find a way to show us.\n- A track record of 5+ years of working in, or leading, teams that rapidly ship high-quality web-based software that provides great value to users. Having done this at a startup a plus.\n- Awe-inspiring at JavaScript, know your way around React, feel right at home building SPAs, you're a master of whipping AJAX and DOM into submission\n- You have a strong understanding and passion for building large scale frontend applications that delight users and enable them to get their jobs done\n- You have had to work with gradual typing type systems such as TypeScript and FlowType\n- You have been exposed to the basics of functional programming\n- You've used LESS/SCSS, understand media queries and breakpoints, and can explain why and how you'd use a grid system.\n- Exceptional emotional intelligence and people skills\n- Organized and meticulous, but still able to focus on the big picture of the product\n- A ton of startup hustle: We're a fast-growing, VC-backed, Silicon Valley tech company that works hard to achieve the greatest impact we can.\n\n## Benefits\n\n- Money, sweet\n- Medical, dental, vision\n- Incredible opportunity to grow, learn and build lifetime bonds with other passionate people who share your values\n- Food, catered lunch & dinner 4 days a week + snacks on snacks\n- Room for you to do things your way at our downtown San Francisco location right by the Powell Station BART, or you can work remotely from anywhere in the US, if that’s how you roll\n- Awesome monthly team events + smaller get-togethers (board game nights, trivia, etc)\n\nFront Row is an equal opportunity employer and value diversity at our company. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status.


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# Position\n\nSenior Backend Engineer to join fast-growing education startup transforming the way **6.5+ million K-12 students** learn Math, English, Social Studies and more. \n\n## What you tell your friends you do\n\n“You know how teachers in public schools are always overworked and overstressed with 30 kids per classroom and never ending state tests? I make their lives possible and help their students make it pretty far in life”\n\n## What you really will be doing\n\nArchitect, design and develop new web applications, tools and distributed systems for the Front Row ecosystem in Haskell, Flow, PostgreSQL, Ansible and many others. You will get to work on your deliverable end-to-end, from the UX to the deployment logic\n\nMentor and support more junior developers in the organization\n\nCreate, improve and refine workflows and processes for delivering quality software on time and without incurring debt\n\nWork closely with Front Row educators, product managers, customer support representatives and account executives to help the business move fast and efficiently through relentless automation.\n\n## How you will do this\n\nYou’re part of an agile, multidisciplinary team. You bring your own unique skill set to the table and collaborate with others to accomplish your team’s goals.\n\nYou prioritize your work with the team and its product owner, weighing both the business and technical value of each task.\n\nYou experiment, test, try, fail and learn all the time\n\nYou don’t do things just because they were always done that way, you bring your experience and expertise with you and help the team make the best decisions\n\n## What have we worked on in the last quarter\n\nWe have rewritten our business logic to be decoupled from the Common Core math standards, supporting US state-specific standards and international math systems\n\nPrototyped and tested a High School Math MVP product in classrooms\n\nChanged assigning Math and English to a work queue metaphor across all products for conceptual product simplicity and consistency\n\nImplemented a Selenium QA test suite 100% in Haskell\n\nReleased multiple open source libraries for generating automated unit test fixtures, integrating with AWS, parsing and visualizing Postgres logs and much more\n\nMade numerous performance optimization passes on the system for supporting classrooms with weak Internet bandwidth\n\n## Team\n\nWe’re an agile and lean small team of engineers, teachers and product people working on solving important problems in education. We hyper-focus on speeds, communication and prioritizing what matters to our millions of users.\n\n## Requirements\n\n - You’re smart and can find a way to show us.\n - A track record of 5+ years of working in, or leading, teams that rapidly ship high quality web-based software that provides great value to users. Having done this at a startup a plus.\n - Awesome at a Functional Programming language: Haskell / Scala / Clojure / Erlang etc\n - Exceptional emotional intelligence and people skills\n - Organized and meticulous, but still able to focus on the big picture of the product\n - A ton of startup hustle: we're a fast-growing, VC-backed, Silicon Valley tech company that works hard to achieve the greatest impact we can.\n\n## Benefits\n\n- Money, sweet\n- Medical, dental, vision\n- Incredible opportunity to grow, learn and build lifetime bonds with other passionate people who share your values\n- Food, catered lunch & dinner 4 days a week + snacks on snacks\n- Room for you to do things your way at our downtown San Francisco location right by the Powell Station BART, or you can work remotely from anywhere in the US, if that’s how you roll\n- Awesome monthly team events + smaller get-togethers (board game nights, trivia, etc)


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Front Row's mission is to ensure every child gets a world class education. Today, we reach 5 million students across 35% of American schools. We work with hundreds of thousands of teachers around the world to help them reach all students at their individual levels, ensuring every student can grow. We also help teachers engage their students with relevant, interesting, and effective curriculum.\n\nWe're looking for a senior back-end engineer with a track record of 5+ years of working in, or leading, teams that rapidly ship high quality web-based software that provides great value to users (having done this at a startup a plus). The ideal candidate :\n- is awesome at a Functional Programming language: Haskell / Scala / Clojure / Erlang etc\n- lives and breathes APIs\n- has a strong understanding of distributed systems and networking fundamentals\n- has strong emotional intelligence and people skills\n- has a ton of startup hustle: we're a fast-growing, VC-backed, Silicon Valley tech company that works hard to achieve the greatest impact we can


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Front Row's mission is to ensure every child gets a world class education. Today, we reach 5 million students across 35% of American schools. We work with hundreds of thousands of teachers around the world to help them reach all students at their individual levels, ensuring every student can grow. We also help teachers engage their students with relevant, interesting, and effective curriculum.\n\nWe're looking for a senior front-end engineer with a track record of 5+ years of working in, or leading, teams that rapidly ship high quality web-based software that provides great value to users (having done this at a startup a plus). The ideal candidate :\n- is awe-inspiring at JavaScript, knows their way around React, and feels right at home building SPAs\n- has a strong understanding and passion for building large scale frontend applications that delight users and enable them to get their jobs done\n- has worked with gradual typing type systems such as TypeScript and FlowType\n- has used LESS/SCSS, understand media queries and breakpoints, and can explain why and how you'd use a grid system\n- has exceptional emotional intelligence and people skills\n- is organized and meticulous, but still able to focus on the big picture of the product\n- has a ton of startup hustle: we're a fast-growing, VC-backed, Silicon Valley tech company that works hard to achieve the greatest impact we can.\n


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HigherEducation.com partners with many of the most recognizable names in the online education industry to help them build their programs and expand student bases with our 75M annual site visitors. We also love to use cutting edge technologies to make developer life enjoyable and more productive.\n\nWe’re looking for an experienced, hands-on hybrid role of JavaScript Engineer and data scientist to join a major initiative at a critical point in our company’s growth. The ideal candidate (which means you, right?) will be responsible for debugging existing code bases and innovating new solutions through data science research. Other duties include enhancing & maintaining the core product, creating & maintaining the tests for various code repositories,\n\nThe position requires:\n- Possess a rock-solid background in Computer Science (minimum BS in Comp Sci or related field) or at least 5 years of development experience in a challenging, fast paced environment.\n- Demonstrated advanced proficiency in one or more of the following fields: Natural Language -\n Processing, Machine Learning, Deep Learning, Recommendation Systems.\n- Server-side JavaScript (e.g. Node.js - Express, Koa, Hapi).\n- Client-side JavaScript (e.g. React, MobX, Redux).\n- Build tools (e.g. Gulp, Grunt, Browserify, Webpack).\n- Exposure to AWS or other cloud platforms a plus.\n\n\nDesired qualifications include experience with:\n- Advanced degree is a plus but you're not just an academic -- you have hands-on software engineering experience applying complex algorithms to real-world problems at scale.\n- Work effectively in agile teams; get stuff done with minimal guidance and zero BS, help others and know when to ask for help. Clearly communicate complex technical and product issues to non-technical team members, clients, etc.\n- Bonus points for experience implementing machine learning algos on GPU's or other hardware acceleration!\n\n\nWhat it's like \n\nLast year, we had a blast. We personally enjoy getting rid of legacy code & turning servers off in favor of clean, new, tested services.\n\nEach project is fairly small in scope with a large amount of flexibility and freedom to discuss & find the best architecture for the job and for the team. Usually, a single person heads up a project, collaborates with another for architecture & solutions, and eagerly looks forward to launching (rather than endlessly polishing).\n\n- Slack for conversations.\n- Asana for project tracking & deliverables.\n- Github for code collaboration.\n- DroneCI for CI & CD.\n\nBeing in a USA timezone is highly desirable.\n\n\nFor example...\n\nIn 2016 we...\n\n- Built and deployed a central platform for managing monetization across our portfolio.\n- Broke up an old monolith into smaller Docker services running on Rancher and got a solid, always-deploying CI/CD pipeline.\n- Established a lightweight Agile process to aid developer efficiency from initiative to initiative.\n- Worked with in house teams to conduct research in the frame of Recommendation Systems with a working prototype.\n\nIn 2017 we're...\n\n- Building applications to expand the business into areas of organic growth.\n- Refactoring and simplifying our micro-services ecosystem.\n- Doubling down in a robust product recommendation approach to better serve our users.\n\n\nHuman Environment\n\n- Centrally located in downtown Houston, free employee parking.\n- Coed work environment, casual dress code.\n- Cool office perks (e.g. sodas & coffee, happy hours, etc.).\n- Generous salary considerations & full benefits.\n- 6% 401k matching\n- 100% health / vision / dental for you & subsidies for the rest of your family\n- 15 vacation & sick days / yr.\n- Gym membership reimbursement up to $100/mo\n\n\nWhat We Value\n\nWe love to work as a team but office hours are flexible. Producing is more important than meeting a 9 to 5 schedule. We understand there are moments when you need to isolate yourself to concentrate so working from home is permitted and encouraged.\n\nWe like to have a good time and minimize stress with good in-office coffee, ping pong, lounge/reading time and regular happy hours. We work hard and meet realistic deadlines. What good is delivering a poor product early?\n\nWe also understand that family is important, so time-shifting (and sometimes day-shifting) is necessary to deliver for both the team & your family.\n\n


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We’re looking for an on-site (Houston) or remote (anywhere in the US) DevOps engineer to join the team to help us continue to enhance our Docker + Rancher infrastructure.\n\n\nPay is competitive, benefits are great (e.g. 6% 401k matching), the team is tons of fun, and a great work/life balance makes you enjoy the time spent on the job.\n


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We’re hiring a full-time front-end developer with expertise in CSS, JavaScript, and React/Redux application development. This position requires 30 hours per week of client billable work usually dedicated to a single project, and another 10 hours of learning, communicating and making the web a better place for everyone through open source contribution and knowledge sharing. Lullabot is a fully distributed company, which mean you can work from wherever works best for you.


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We're looking for a React Native dev to polish off a 30% done project getting our SaaS platform's (React Native) iOS and Android apps shipped.\n\nSome of the groundwork is done for you already, but nothing to horrible and legacy to have to deal with, and we move very quickly.\n\nExperience with image transformation and B2B SaaS would be fantastic, along with obviously experience with React Native and likely a bit of native iOS/Android work.\n\nBonus points if you have knowledge in AngularJS, as that's what the web frontend is built in, so it will help a bit with translation, but that's not a need-to-have.\n\nWe're looking for somebody to work for probably around 2 months, give or take a bit. It's mostly getting 'v1' shipped out to customers, and some of the early work with direct customer feedback. It may become a long-term thing, but no guarantee (or obligation!) that things will continue - I'm happy to be upfront and of course keep you in the loop, no surprises. Would be a great project for someone with a bit of a gap in their schedule who is willing to help out a profitable B2B SaaS company.\n\nWe're a small company with team members remotely around the world, helping companies worldwide (from your local café to global brands) schedule their content to Instagram. We're pretty ambitious, so come on board!


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Front Row is a small, lean, early stage (series A), tight-knit education technology company of about 15 people that has a history of hiring folks who are able to get a lot done with few resources. In just a few years we went from one classroom to being used in 30% of US schools by over 3 million students. Our mission is important to us, and we're looking to hire competent, professional and driven self-starters to join our team.\n\nWe're looking for a Senior Software Engineer, responsible for designing and developing applications and distributed systems for the Front Row ecosystem in Haskell, Flow, ReactJS, PostgreSQL, Ansible and many others. The role would involve bringing best practices to Front Row engineering, mentoring junior developers, and the option to move into a Tech Lead position (if you’re interested). \n\nWe're one of the few companies in the world built on a purely functional stack and, as an engineer here, you will get to work on your deliverable end-to-end, from the UX to the deployment logic. We’re also a major steward of the Haskell open source community, shaping the direction of the language and the up-and-coming ecosystem for years to come.\n\nExtra tags: functional programming, Haskell


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HackEDU


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\nHackEDU is growing fast and looking for a full time senior software engineer to join our team. We are an early stage, profitable startup looking to grow the team and build more cool stuff! If career growth, startups, and the opportunity to be involved in all parts of product development is what you are looking for please apply. This is a Remote (work from home) position.\n\nYou may especially like this role if you enjoy hacking, security, and want to help educate other software engineers on how to write more secure code.\n\nThis position reports to the CTO. You'll be responsible for our web applications and training environments.\n\nWhat you’ll do:\n\n\n* Plan, build, and release products\n\n* Manage deployments and CI/CD tooling\n\n* Help develop our system architecture as we scale the product\n\n* Enhance code quality and consistency throughout our stack\n\n\n\n\nTech Stack:\n\n\n* Front End (React)\n\n* Platform /APIs (Python/Flask, Postgres)\n\n* Infrastructure (AWS, Terraform, Docker, Kubernetes)\n\n* We have lessons in every major programming language (C#/.NET, Go, Java, Node, PHP, Python, Ruby, Perl, Clojure)\n\n\n\n\nWe are looking for:\n\n\n* Experience with our tech stack (knowledge in all lesson languages is not required)\n\n* Expert in REST design principles, gitflow workflow, code quality standards\n\n* Product-minded engineers; you want to be involved in product related decisions\n\n* Ability to establish processes and technology to streamline product development\n\n* Adaptability in a fast paced startup environment and interest in taking on additional responsibility\n\n* High level interpersonal, communication, and written skills\n\n* A quick learner with initiative and autonomy; a self-starter\n\n* Excels with remote work\n\n* Cybersecurity interest or experience (not required)\n\n\n\n\nAbout HackEDU\n\nSecurity teams are turning to HackEDU to help them be more pro-active in reducing vulnerabilities in software. HackEDU helps by offering engaging, interactive secure coding content that developers actually enjoy. Developers improve their ability to write secure software, boost their understanding of how software systems are hacked, and decrease the time to solve security related problems.\n\nHackEDU has always been 100% remote and we plan on continuing to operate this way.\n\nCustomers include Costco, Cisco, Albertsons, Weight Watchers, Target, Palo Alto Networks, and many others!


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Bright Idea Education


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non tech

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\nI have a role with a company that is a global leader in edge-to-cloud PaaS.\n\nThe role:\n\n\n* Design, build and maintain production ready enterprise container platforms and underlying infrastructure with good DevOps practice and automations tools\n\n* Work with collaboration with customers to design and build platforms to their requirements\n\n* Provide architectural design input and best practice to customer design\n\n\n\n\nThe requirements:\n\n\n* Experience creating container-based solutions on an enterprise container platform (e.g. Rancher, OpenShift, Docker EE, Azure AKS)\n\n* Proficiency with Kubernetes\n\n* Good understanding of the CNCF landscape\n\n* Proficiency in one or more programming or scripting languages\n\n\n\n\n\n* The ability to define solution architectures as code (primarily Terraform & Ansible)\n\n* Good general infrastructure engineering skills\n\n* Good general consulting skills\n\n* Ability to lead on customer projects\n\n\n


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BPP Professional Education

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ruby

 

ruby

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\nRuby on Rails Developer \n\n\nYour new company\nBPP are a global Professional Education group\n\n\nYour new role\nYou will be working as a Full Stack Developer in an Agile environment reporting to the Technical Lead.\nYou will be responsible for developing applications, API, and database components in the company's Architecture.\nContributing and being responsible for the continues change and 'never stand still' attitude of the IT department and business as a whole.\n\n\nWhat you'll need to succeed\nExperience working in Agile, Scrum/Kanban environments\nQualified to BSc/BA level with a highly technical, programming or a Computer Science related degree\nFull end to end SDLC appreciation.\nExperience with Ruby (Ruby on Rails) & PHP\nDemonstrate skills in Java Scrips Frameworks such as Ember/React\nKnowledge of Database technologies (Oracle & MySQL)\nUnderstanding of AWS (CloudFormation, EC2, LB, RDS, CloudWatch, Lambda\n\n\nWhat you'll get in return\nA generous salary\nRemote working\nA great team environment\nPrivate Health Insurance\nUp to 25 days holidays\nTraining and development opportunities\n\n\nWhat you need to do now\nIf you're interested in this role, click 'apply now' to forward an up-to-date copy of your CV, or call us now.\nIf this job isn't quite right for you but you are looking for a new position, please contact us for a confidential discussion on your career.


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Leading Education Company


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engineer

 
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\nSenior Software Engineer - Full-Stack Development\n\nWe are looking for a strong full-stack developer to lead the development of our educational platform that revolutionizes the way schools use technology. As a Senior Full-Stack Engineer you’ll be responsible for building reusable frameworks, creating scalable district-level tools, refining our metrics and data-collection architecture, and constantly scaling our services to support growth. Join a dynamic team of developers to come up with new and stimulating ways to engage young learners to get creative with code!\n\nTynker is used by over 90,000 schools and is the leading Kids Coding platform helping millions of students learn coding. Our learning platform delivers courses that teach block coding students in kindergarten to high school where they learn JavaScript and Python. Tynker’s mission is to provide every child with solid foundations in STEM, programming and critical thinking skills to prepare them to become better architects of their future world.\n\nPrimary Tasks\n\n\n* Create awesome experiences for young coders\n\n* Write efficient back-end code that handles millions of users\n\n* Define data models to support the user experience across multiple platforms\n\n* Design elegant APIs to power our suite of apps\n\n* Iterate and improve experiences periodically based on feedback\n\n* Perform data engineering tasks to support our machine learning efforts\n\n\n\n\nRequirements\n\n\n* BS/MS degree in Computer Science\n\n* 5+ years of professional experience building and maintaining large scale web applications (100K+ users)\n\n* Full grasp of HTML, CSS, JavaScript, and AJAX-based JSON/XML web services\n\n* Must be comfortable using frameworks like Angular, Foundation, Bootstrap, React and modern design patterns such as Redux\n\n* Must be comfortable with using PHP, Mongo, and other back-end technologies on LAMP and MEAN stacks\n\n* Must be able to quickly adapt and learn to work within an unfamiliar codebase\n\n* Must be familiar with various design and architectural patterns\n\n* Should have experience consuming and designing creating RESTful APIs\n\n* Should understand modern front-end architectures and be able to modify JavaScript code\n\n* Demonstrated ability to be self-driven and work with minimal supervision\n\n* Strong object oriented fundamentals preferred\n\n\n


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ClassEDU


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android

 
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\nAndroid App Developer Location - Anywhere in U.S.\n\nClassEDU is seeking a Devops Engineers to develop and support our Amazon Web Services (AWS) based infrastructure.  Ideal candidates will be proficient with technologies such as Git, Docker, Terraform and Serverless to build automated deployment and upgrade pipelines for our products and services.  \n\n\nDuties and Responsibilities\n\n\n\n* Work directly with the DevOps team and Senior DevOps manager to test system integrity\n\n* Design and implement build, deployment, and configuration management\n\n* Build and test automation tools for infrastructure provisioning\n\n* Handle code deployments in all environments\n\n* Provide technical guidance and educate team members and coworkers on development and operations\n\n* Consult with peers for feedback during testing stages\n\n* Build, maintain, and monitor configuration standards\n\n* Maintain day-to-day management and administration of projects\n\n* Document processes and procedures\n\n* Troubleshoot problems and ensure service availability and uptime\n\n* Design reports and tools to manage and optimized costs\n\n\n


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Academica Virtual Education

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c

 

c plus plus

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\nDescription: \n\nThe Senior .Net Developer will work on a team to design and implement various websites, programs, and applications in the Education Technology space. Due to the diversity and number of departments and tasks, an applicant’s aptitude to learn, and apply the training will be paramount for success. This role will have a strong focus on Microsoft technologies (C#, .NET, Entity Framework, Azure, SQL, etc.) and will be remote. The remote work environment necessitates a self-directed and proactive personality. You will be directly involved with application coding, debugging, code review, and the development of operational procedures and documentation. \n\nResponsibilities:\n\n\n* Write simple, straightforward, clean, scalable code\n\n* Work with multiple departments to increase productivity through application development and automation of repetitive tasks\n\n* Maintain and improve existing applications including integrations with 3rd party APIs\n\n* Mentor the junior and mid-level developers of the team, and designate tasks to team members in a balanced and effective manner\n\n* Perform regular code-review for code written by less experienced developers and offer feedback and suggestions\n\n* Coordinate and work with business and system analysts, and UI/UX designers who are involved with the software\n\n* Document software as a complete reference for further maintenance and upgrades\n\n* Create and maintain regression tests \n\n\n\n\nRequired Qualifications:\n\n\n* BS/MS degree in Computer Science, Engineering or equivalent with relevant programming experience\n\n* Familiarity with ASP.NET framework and MVC design/architectural pattern\n\n* 3+ years of database design and development experience (Microsoft SQL Server)\n\n* 5+ years of development experience with C# .NET, JavaScript, HTML5/CSS3\n\n* Experience working with and developing APIs for third-party applications\n\n* Extensive experience in solving problems of varying complexities\n\n* Experience in Agile work environment\n\n* Excellent troubleshooting and communication skills\n\n* Able to work under tight schedules, can effectively manage and prioritize multiple work assignments\n\n\n\n\nDesired Qualifications:\n\n\n* Experience in writing Unit Tests using frameworks\n\n* Experience in cloud hosting (Azure/AWS)\n\n\n


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react

 

dev

 

web dev

 

javascript

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\nPosition Description\n\nWe’re looking to add multiple, experienced, full web stack Java developers to our fully remote software team, who will thrive working from home.  In this role, you’ll contribute to the improvement and maintenance of our core product features as well as to new areas of development.  \n\nThis is a full-time position with comprehensive benefits and more. We provide competitive compensation with excellent benefits and team culture that we believe is best in class.\n\nWe are not considering freelancers, agencies, contractors, or applicants from outside of the continental United States.\n\nWho We Are Looking For \n\n\n* A team-first player who communicates well, makes great use of their time, and will succeed in a very fast-paced environment where each team member’s velocity does truly matter.\n\n* In addition to software development, this person is more than willing to regularly consult and assist other teams with production support for clients, typically over chat.  \n\n\n\n\nPrimary Responsibilities\n\n\n* Design, implement, improve, and maintain core and new software components and frameworks through test-driven development (functional and unit tests)\n\n* Contribute to code reviews, technical designs, discussions, and system architecture\n\n* Provide responsive and hands-on support and technical guidance to field engineering, support, QA, and other departments as needed\n\n* Identify, learn, and share new programming/development technologies, techniques, tools, and trends\n\n\n\n\nRequired Skills and Experience\n\n\n* 4+ years of enterprise or commercial software development in Java (version 8+) with full web stack responsibilities\n\n* Javascript - React, Redux and/or comparable frameworks\n\n* Linux as development environment and/or server administration\n\n* Hands on experience with MySQL, SQL Server, and/or Postgres - the more the better\n\n* Git\n\n* Spring & Hibernate\n\n* Jira or similar issue tracking system\n\n* Great team player in software development - we’re not looking for lone wolves\n\n\n\n\nDesired Skills and Experience\n\n\n* Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science/Engineering - related field or experience OK\n\n* SIP Media Transmission - extra special bonus points\n\n* Kubernetes\n\n* Google Cloud / AWS\n\n* Spring Core and MVC\n\n* Jenkins\n\n* Gradle/Maven\n\n* Automated Testing - Selenium or similar\n\n\n


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Routable


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United States / Remote

react

 

dev

 

javascript

 

engineer

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\n\n\nSkills: React\n\n\n\n\n🚝 Engineering at Routable\nWith being a front-end engineer comes the opportunity to be a major contributor to the voice and direction of the company. You would work directly with the product, design, and engineering teams to help shape our product and culture. It’s a unique chance to be an advocate for our incredible coding standards, efficiency and reliability.\n\n\n\n\n\n🔭 What we are looking for:\n\n\n* You are a highly knowledgeable and experienced frontend engineer\n\n* You are excited about building customer-facing features to help bring clarity to the confusing world of B2B payments\n\n* You are interested in setting direction for the team and help guide engineering vision\n\n* You are comfortable implementing integrations with third party APIs\n\n* Someone who thinks about testing while building a product\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n💻 Need to have:\n\n\n* 5+ years of writing frontend code at a company, preferably with some start up experience\n\n* Excellent UX and design sensibilities and a zeal for sweating the details\n\n* You have built and maintained complex web apps with React and Redux\n\n* Experience testing your code\n\n* You have experience with backend frameworks, such as Django, Rails, or Express\n\n* You are thrilled about working in a fast-paced start-up environment\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n➕ Nice to have:\n\n\n* Understanding of payment platforms (ACH, Check, Credit card, etc.)\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n💪 Benefits\n\n\n* \n\n\n\n\n\nRemote\nWe are a remote friendly culture!\nRather than restrict ourselves to only find talent in one city, we’d rather find the absolute best people regardless of where they live.One amazing benefit to our remote culture, is that it enables our team to enjoy traveling ✈️ more regularly since they can literally work from wherever!\n\n\n* \n\n\n\n\n\nRendezvous\nTo help foster amazing relationships with our coworkers, we meet up quarterly as a whole team in some pretty awesome cities!\nIn the past we’ve met up in San Diego, Seattle, and Austin.\nWe’d rather invest money into memorable team events rather than expensive offices.\nDuring our meet-up team time, we love to spend time learning a new skill together, and solving problems.\nMost recently this has taken on the form of a bread-making class and defeating an Escape Room.\nYeah.. We love to compete together as a team.\n\n\n* \n\n\n\n\n\nRecharge\nWe encourage our team to relax and recharge each weekend.\nWe’ve all been a part of startups before, and know how important it is to take care of yourself so that you can consistently contribute your best.\nQuality downtime enables quality uptime.\nYes, we do have super-humans on the team, but even they need their R&R.\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\nSome Perks\n\n\n* \n\n\n\n\n\n🏥amazing health insurance\n\n\n* \n\n\n\n\n\n😁dental insurance\n\n\n* \n\n\n\n\n\n👀vision insurance\n\n\n* \n\n\n\n\n\n📈stock options\n\n\n* \n\n\n\n\n\n🚀we're a remote team\n\n\n* \n\n\n\n\n\n📅unlimited PTO\n\n\n\n\n\n\n#Location\nUnited States / Remote


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Two Location Options: San Francisco, CA And Seattle, WA / Remote

react

 

front end

 

javascript

 

senior

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\n\n\nSkills: JavaScript, React\n\n\n\n\nWe're building a complex UI that shows a lot of information regarding your company's internal payments (invoices, bills, etc.). and therefore are searching for an engineer that is up for a challenge of constantly updating an interface.\n\n\n\n\n\n🚝Engineering at Routable\nWith being one of our first frontend engineers comes the opportunity to be a major contributor to the voice and direction of the company. You would work directly with the product, design, and engineering teams to help shape our product and culture. It’s a unique chance to be an advocate for our incredible coding standards, efficiency and reliability.\n\n\n\n\n\n💪 You are :\n\n\n* a highly knowledgeable and experienced frontend engineer\n\n* You are excited about building customer-facing features to help bring clarity to the confusing world of B2B payments\n\n* You are interested in setting a direction for the team and help guide engineering vision\n\n* You are comfortable implementing integrations with third-party APIs\n\n* Someone who thinks about testing while building a product\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n💻 Need to have:\n\n\n* 5+ years of writing frontend code at a company, preferably with some start-up experience\n\n* Excellent UX and design sensibilities and zeal for sweating the details\n\n* You have built and maintained complex web apps with React and Redux\n\n* Experience testing your code\n\n* You have experience with backend frameworks, such as Django, Rails, or Express\n\n* You are thrilled about working in a fast-paced start-up environment\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n➕ Nice to have:\n\n\n* Understanding of payment platforms (ACH, Check, Credit card, etc.)\n\n\n\n\n\n#Location\nTwo Location Options: San Francisco, CA And Seattle, WA / Remote


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Scalable Path

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react

 

front end

 

dev

 

javascript

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\nScalable Path is looking for an Expert Frontend React/Redux Developer to join the team and work on a client project. This is a remote, full-time position.\n\nCLIENT COMPANY DESCRIPTION:\nThe client operates a popular software for cannabis industry compliance. Is the fastest-growing Seed to Sale Cannabis tracking platform in the US. They help cannabis business owners by providing seamless integration with their California State reporting system to monitor inventory, prevent diversion, and collect taxes. About 1,000 cannabis operators currently use the product.\n\nDUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:\nThe client needs to modernize and rebuild the frontend of a legacy AngularJS app in React/Redux in a very rapid/iterative fashion. The UX will not change a lot, but new, modern frontend technologies will be used. There are existing REST APIs (powered by ASP.Net v4) which can power much of functionality, and there will be dedicated backend developers available to improve APIs as necessary to ensure smooth/clear contracts between frontend and backend. The client is also considering wrapping the backend REST APIs in GraphQL so that the frontend code can use GraphQL queries as opposed to REST queries.\n\nYour responsibility will be modernizing the frontend of the Application using React and Redux.\n\nThe client would really like to build the new frontend using TypeScript, but if they can't find developers quickly enough who know TypeScript, they may be open to using regular JavaScript.\n\nThey are currently using the Semantic UI frontend framework, but they are concerned with the long-term maintenance of that framework and are open to moving to Bootstrap or Material UI.\n\nThe entire React application will be deployed to Firebase as a static application (no server-side rendering needed).\n\nThe client is using Jira for project management and Git (Bitbucket) for source control.\n\nRELATIONSHIPS - WHO YOU'LL BE WORKING WITH:\nYou'll be reporting to a Lead Engineer and working with two backend engineers, a designer, and a product owner. There is an existing daily meeting at 9:00 am America/Los Angeles (-07:00) PDT.\n\nREQUIRED SKILLS:\n- Excellent written and spoken English communication skills\n- React\n- Redux\n- CSS\n- Ability to move quickly to replicate an existing legacy project and work with the existing backend team\n- Git\n\nDESIRED (NICE-TO-HAVE) SKILLS:\n- Experience with GraphQL (Apollo)\n- TypeScript (Strongly preferred)\n- Cypress.io test framework (or experience with similar end-to-end testing framework)\n- Jira\n\nSTART DATE:\nAs soon as possible.\n\nEXPECTED CONTRACT DURATION:\nThis project will last anywhere from 2-4 months.\n\nNOTES:\nThe client plans on hiring two frontend developers, so if you do not have experience with all the tools, you still may be selected for the project if your skills are complementary with the second developer's.\n\n\n\nHOURLY RATE:\n\nThe pay rate for this role is from $60 - $140 USD per hour, depending on experience and capability.


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Edusoft

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\nEdusoft, a global leader in technology-based English Language Learning solutions, in over 30 countries worldwide - Is looking for an experienced full stack developer with various technological know-how and skills. In this position, you will be working in a SCRUM team responsible for design and development of new advanced systems and maintenance and upgrades of existing systems. This position is a full time job in a stable and a successful company.\n\nTo Apply you'll have to fill out an hour long questionnaire\n\nRequirements:\n\n5+ years of web applications development for Microsoft environments, working with the following technologies:\n\n\n\n\n* C#, ASP.Net, Web APIs, WCF\n\n* HTML, Javascript, Angular 4 and up\n\n* MSSql\n\n\n\n\n\n\nExperience with system analysis and architecture definition\n\nHighly motivated, team player with great interpersonal skills\n\nAdvantages:\n\n\n\n* Experience working with Azure environments\n\n* Degree in computer science/engineering\n\n* High level of English\n\n\n\n\nBenefits:\n\n\n\n\n* Stable company with over 25 years of success\n\n* Full time job done remotely\n\n\n\n\n\n\nHow to Apply:\n\n\n* To make sure we have the right applicants and not to waste everyones time you'll have to fill out an Hour long technical questionnaire\n\n* Please state in the application form the city and country of residence\n\n* English applications only - a professional speaking and writing command of English is required for this role\n\n* Due to time zone difficulties, we’re currently only accepting applicants in European timezones.\n\n\n\n\nFor more information about us, please check out: www.edusoftlearning.com


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User Research International

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\nUser Research International is a research company based out of Redmond, Washington. Working with some of the biggest companies in the industry, we aim to improve your experience via paid research studies. Whether it be the latest video game or productivity tools, we value your feedback and experience. We are currently conducting a research study called IT Education Set-Up Study. We are looking for currently employed education IT Admins or teachers who have IT admin responsibilities. This study is a one-time Remote Study via an online meeting. We’re offering $300 for participation in this study. Session lengths are 2 hours. These studies provide a platform for our researchers to receive feedback for an existing or upcoming products or software. We have included the survey link for the study below. Taking the survey will help determine if you fit the profile requirements. If you complete the survey, and you are actually a fit to the study's requirements, URI will follow up with you. I have summarized the study details below. In order to be considered, you must take the survey below. Thank you!\n\nStudy: IT Education Set-Up Study\n\nGratuity: $300\n\nSession Length: 2 hours\n\nLocation: Remote via web meeting\n\nDates: September-October; Available dates are located within the survey\n\nSurvey: IT Education Set-Up Study


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Surge


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node js

 

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\nWe are hiring smart, self-motivated, experienced, senior-level consultants who enjoy the freedom of telecommuting and flexible schedules, to work as long-term, consistent (40 hrs/week) independent contractors on a variety of software development projects.\n\nREQUIRED:\n\nSenior React, Redux, Node Engineer\n\nMust be located in the US or Canada to be considered for this role. Sorry, No Visas.\n\nFOR IMMEDIATE CONSIDERATION, email resume to: [email protected]\n\nRESUME MUST INCLUDE: Tech stack by each job to be considered, first and last name on the resume, home location and contact information. \n\nFor immediate consideration, email resume with tech stack under each job where you have worked and please include home location and cell phone number. 


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Achievement Network


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\nTHE OPPORTUNITY\n\nAs User Experience (UX) Research Lead, you will work collaboratively with Product Managers, Engineers, and stakeholders across ANet’s National and Regional teams to craft an exceptional end user experience that maximizes the impact of our technology in service to educators and students. This is both a strategic and tactical role with the opportunity to partner with leaders across ANet to identify research needs and influence product and design decisions. This role reports to the Vice President of Product.\n\nWHAT YOU’LL DO\n\n\n* Establish ANet’s product research and UX practice in pursuit of maximizing the impact, effectiveness, and ease of use of our educator and student-facing tools\n\n\n\n\n\n* Guide product research throughout the product life-cycle from early stage generative research, through iterative UI testing and post-launch measurement\n\n\n\n\n\n* Deliver actionable and relevant product research insights (via user interviews, usability studies, focus groups, surveys, etc.) aligned to both strategic and tactical product and designs decisions\n\n\n\n\n\n* Manage the information architecture, user interface, and interaction flow of our educator and student-facing products\n\n\n\n\n\n* Create low and high-fidelity wireframes and mockups to facilitate product discovery research and development\n\n\n\n\n\n* In partnership with Product Managers, develop user personae, customer journey maps, conceptual diagrams, wireframes, and prototypes in support of our product roadmap\n\n\n\n\n\n* Build strong empathy and advocate passionately for our end users, ensuring that the product experience is aligned to user needs and expectations\n\n\n\n\n\n* Continually iterate and evolve the way we design for and learn from our customers\n\n\n\n\nWHO YOU ARE AND WHAT YOU BRING\n\nIn order to be successful in this role, candidates must demonstrate the following:\n\n\n* You have a passionate commitment to and a sense of urgency for the support of schools, along with a belief that all students can achieve at high levels\n\n\n\n\n\n* You are motivated by working in an environment where we live out our core values daily. You are eager to examine personal archetypes and biases while discussing topics related to race, class, and privilege which relate to ANet’s Advance Equity and People Matter values, and our work towards becoming an anti-racist organization\n\n\n\n\n\n* You’ve got about 5 years of hands-on experience and a track record of success with user experience design, information architecture, and product research for digital products\n\n\n\n\n\n* You know how to champion a UX research function and act as a customer advocate; you’ve translated research into actionable insights and recommendations that have had a significant impact on the customer experience\n\n\n\n\n\n* You have exceptional project management skills and are able to effectively manage multiple complex projects with competing deadlines while working cross-team and synthesizing feedback and input from product management, engineering, and marketing functions\n\n\n\n\n\n* You know how to weave key insights into a compelling narrative; your presentation and persuasion skills have led to success in building buy-in from leaders - whether in a formal presentation or via ad-hoc discussions - for bold ideas\n\n\n\n\n\n* You have expertise creating prototypes at various levels of fidelity to articulate and test user flows using modern tools (e.g., InVision, Keynote, etc), interaction and visual design documents, user stories, conceptual models, annotated wireframes, storyboards, creative briefs—and more\n\n\n\n\n\n* You can demonstrate fluency in best practices for web-based and mobile information architecture and responsive design, as well as deep and broad knowledge of usability principles and techniques\n\n\n\n\n\n* You’re always willing to roll up your sleeves and do what is necessary to meet team goals and effectively deliver in a fast-paced, dynamic environment\n\n\n\n\n\n* You have a strong portfolio of UX/UI design work demonstrating your experience working on digital projects from concept to launch\n\n\n\n\n Ideal candidates may also demonstrate the following preferred qualifications:\n\n\n* You bring prior experience in K-12 education or Ed Tech\n\n\n\n\n\n* You have studied UX research, digital design, graphic design, and/or human-computer interaction\n\n\n\n\n\n* You have working knowledge of human-centered design principles (e.g. Design Thinking) and agile/lean software development\n\n\n\n\n\n* You have a proven ability in a variety of design tools such as InDesign, Sketch, Adobe XD, Photoshop, Illustrator, and prototyping tools (Invision, Axure, Framer, etc.)\n\n\n\n\nWHAT WE OFFER\n\nANet offers highly competitive compensation based on prior experience and qualifications as well as comprehensive benefits in order to best support our people. Benefits we offer include: health, dental and vision insurance where ANet pays 80% of the cost of these benefits for employees and their families/domestic partner; 3 weeks of vacation (4 weeks after two years with ANet); 10 paid holidays with paid days off between the Christmas and New Year’s holidays; a paid floating holiday; paid sick & personal days; paid parental leave; retirement plan options; commuter benefits; tuition reimbursement;  flexible spending accounts; short and long-term disability coverage; and basic life and personal accident insurance.\n\nHOW TO APPLY\n\nWe are now accepting applications for this position, which will be reviewed on a rolling basis.  To apply, please click on the “Apply” button.  You will then be prompted to complete a brief application and upload a resume and thoughtful cover letter in which you outline why you are interested in working for ANet and how your skills and experience meet the qualifications of the position.\n\nANet is committed to maximizing the diversity of our organization. We are an equal opportunity employer and encourage individuals of all ethnic and racial backgrounds and gender identities to apply to our positions.


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\nSenior Software Engineer\n\nLocation: Flexible (Eastern Time Zone/Boston preferred)\n\nPosition is available: Immediately\n\nTHE OPPORTUNITY\n\nWe are seeking a full-time Senior Software Engineer to join our Engineering Team and help build products that support Achievement Network’s (ANet) mission. The ideal candidate will be passionate about cutting-edge development and best practices.Reporting to the Director of Engineering, this person will play a key role in crafting and implementing our technology vision for the organization.  \n\nANet is flexible to remote working with appropriate experience and a history of successfully collaborating with and mentoring other developers remotely. Occasional travel to ANet’s National Office in Boston will be necessary, so proximity to the New England area and eastern time zone is preferable.\n\nWHAT YOU’LL DO\n\n\n* Play a leadership role in designing and implementing sustainable code for substantial features and/or sections of code\n\n* Implement ANet’s next generation of technology products that support data-driven educational practices and help to close the achievement gap in the underserved communities we partner with\n\n* Create, monitor and deliver against the product road map and corresponding release cycles (as negotiated with the Product Management Team)\n\n* Provide strategic leadership in setting goals and measuring progress in RESTful server-side APIs and/or agile, componentized client-side code\n\n* Keep abreast of new technologies and propose adoption as appropriate\n\n* Mentor and support the development of junior developers as appropriate\n\n* Actively embrace and model best practices such as code reviews, unit testing, and planning/scoping/vetting larger features\n\n* Proactively look for ways to build our team through individual contributions which help us improve code quality, team culture, and team velocity\n\n\n\n\nWHO YOU ARE AND WHAT YOU BRING\n\nIn order to be successful in this role, candidates must demonstrate the following:\n\n\n* You bring direct experience in the implementation of consumer-facing web applications using Angular\n\n\n\n\n\n* You have experience in, and have knowledge of:\n\n\n\n* Web development frameworks\n\n* Java and/or Go programming language\n\n* JavaScript and JavaScript frameworks such as AngularJS\n\n* Scrum or other Agile development processes\n\n* RESTful Web Services\n\n* Scalable web application development\n\n* Software-as-a-service (SaaS) and Service-oriented architecture (SOA)\n\n\n\n* You are a team player who motivates and educates colleagues; you enjoy working in a highly collaborative and agile culture\n\n\n\n\n\n* You are skilled in working closely with business partners to build technology solutions that meet the usability and functional needs of both internal and external users\n\n\n\n\n\n* You operate comfortably among a highly independent staff with diverse backgrounds\n\n\n\n\n\n* You bring an innovative approach to analyze, evaluate and solve problems\n\n\n\n\n\n* You have a passionate commitment to and a sense of urgency for the support of schools, along with a belief that all students can achieve at high levels\n\n\n\n\n\n* You are motivated by working in an environment where we live out our core values daily and are eager to examine personal archetypes and biases while discussing topics related to race, class, and privilege which relate to ANet’s Advance Equity and People Matter values \n\n\n\n\nIdeal candidates may also demonstrate the following preferred qualifications:\n\n\n* 4+ years of software development experience\n\n\n\n\n\n* A Bachelor's degree in Computer Science or related degree\n\n\n\n\nWHO WE ARE\n\nAchievement Network (ANet) is a nonprofit dedicated to educational equity. We help schools boost student learning with great teaching that’s grounded in standards, informed by data, and built on the successful practices of educators around the country. Founded in 2005, ANet now serves over 700 schools educating over 230,000 students across the country. Our support has consistently helped our partner schools—both district and charter—achieve breakthrough results for their students.\n\nANet has received multiple awards and recognitions, most recently receiving the highest ratings (Tier 1) on our math and ELA formative assessments from the  Louisiana Department of Education, the only organization to receive such high marks.  We were also named to The NonProfit Time’s “Best Nonprofits to Work For” and in the 2018-19 school year will be launching the Breakthrough Results Fund, a four-year collaboration to prove what’s possible in instructional improvement.\n\nANet is a dynamic, values driven, team-oriented organization that is committed to the growth and development of all staff members. Individuals who join ANet have the opportunity to join an exceptional team of colleagues committed to helping schools drive excellent teaching and learning by investing in each other and learning together.\n\nWHAT WE OFFER\n\nANet offers highly competitive compensation based on prior experience and qualifications as well as comprehensive benefits in order to best support our people. Benefits we offer include: health, dental and vision insurance where ANet pays 80% of the cost of these benefits for employees and their families/domestic partner; 3 weeks of vacation (4 weeks after two years with ANet); 10 paid holidays with paid days off between the Christmas and New Year’s holidays; a paid floating holiday; paid sick & personal days; paid parental leave; retirement plan options; commuter benefits; tuition reimbursement;  flexible spending accounts; short and long-term disability coverage; and basic life and personal accident insurance.\n\nHOW TO APPLY\n\nTo apply, please click on the blue “Apply” button.  You will then be prompted to complete a brief application and upload a resume and thoughtful cover letter in which you outline why you are interested in working for ANet and how your skills and experience meet the qualifications of the position.\n\nANet is committed to maximizing the diversity of our organization. We are an equal opportunity employer and encourage individuals of all ethnic and racial backgrounds and gender identities to apply to our positions.


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\nPrincipal Software Engineer\n\nLocation: Flexible (Boston/Eastern Time Zone preferred)\n\nPosition is available: Immediately\n\nTHE OPPORTUNITY\n\nWe are seeking a full-time Principal Software Engineer to join our Engineering Teamand help build products that support Achievement Network’s (ANet’s) mission. The ideal candidate will be passionate about cutting-edge development technologies and best practices, excited by technical challenges, and motivated to deliver software that impacts educational success. Reporting to the VP of Engineering, this person will play a key role in crafting and implementing a technology vision for the organization.  \n\n ANet is flexible to remote working with appropriate experience and a history of successfully collaborating with and mentoring other developers remotely. Monthly travel to ANet’s National Office in Boston will be necessary, so proximity to the New England area and eastern time zone is preferable.\n\nWHAT YOU’LL DO\n\n\n* Partner with talented engineers to lead and define our next generation infrastructure and  application architectures, including strategies to migrate existing applications to modern UI frameworks and micro-services\n\n\n\n\n\n* Drive, design, and implement  system infrastructure solutions, including a shared application shell and integrations with performance profiling, debugging, automated testing, and build systems\n\n\n\n\n\n* Collaborate with peers to quickly develop and deliver updated user-facing applications that are fast,  elegant, and easy-to-use\n\n\n\n\n\n* Keep abreast of new technologies and propose adoption as appropriate\n\n\n\n\n\n* Actively embrace best software development practices and set the bar for high quality code\n\n\n\n\n\n* Mentor and support the development of other engineers, providing them with coaching and learning opportunities to help them grow\n\n\n\n\n\n* Proactively look for ways to help  improve team culture and velocity\n\n\n\n\n\n* Help deliver ANet’s next generation of technology products that support data-driven educational practices and help to close the achievement gap in the underserved communities we partner with\n\n\n\n\nWHO YOU ARE AND WHAT YOU BRING\n\nIn order to be successful in this role, candidates must demonstrate the following:\n\n\n* You have direct experience architecting, implementing, delivering, and supporting high quality, enterprise-scale web applications using\n\n\n\n* Modern web development frameworks, including Angular and/or React with Redux to manage application state\n\n* Software-as-a-service (SaaS) and microservice-based software architectures written in Java and/or Go\n\n* Performance optimization techniques\n\n* Access control patterns\n\n* You have hands-on experience developing and optimizing system infrastructure to support\n\n* High availability, scalability, performance, and reliability requirements\n\n* Automated unit, functional, and end-to-end regression test suites\n\n* Continuous integration and delivery tools, preferably with dependency-based builds\n\n* You have prior leadership experience\n\n* Defining and adopting best software development practices and patterns across teams\n\n* Performing software design and code reviews for developers across teams\n\n* Mentoring new hires and junior engineers\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n* You are a team player who motivates and educates colleagues; you enjoy working in a highly collaborative culture\n\n\n\n\n\n* You are skilled in working closely with business partners to build technology solutions that meet the usability and functional needs of internal and external users\n\n\n\n\n\n* You operate comfortably among a highly independent staff with diverse backgrounds\n\n\n\n\n\n* You bring an innovative approach to analyze, evaluate and solve problems\n\n\n\n\n\n* You have a passionate commitment to and a sense of urgency for the support of schools, along with a belief that all students can achieve at high levels\n\n\n\n\n\n* You are motivated by working in an environment where we live out our core values daily and are eager to examine personal archetypes and biases while discussing topics related to race, class, and privilege which relate to ANet’s Advance Equity and People Matter values\n\n\n\n\nIdeal candidates may also demonstrate the following preferred qualifications:\n\n\n* 10+ years of software development experience\n\n\n\n\nWHO WE ARE\n\nEvery student deserves opportunities in life, and every educator committed to providing those opportunities, deserves support. Those beliefs drive us to work alongside schools to support great teaching so that we can work towards guaranteeing that all students are receiving high quality instruction. We partner with over 900 schools - both district and charter - in underserved communities around the country, thus impacting more than 330,000 students. Third-party evaluations confirm that when schools have the right basic conditions in place and partner with ANet, they achieve 6-8 months of additional learning over a two-year period compared to schools not partnering with ANet.\n\nAt ANet we are committed to living out our core values, both across our organization and with our partner schools. We acknowledge that systemic inequities impact student access to opportunities and that in order to ensure educational equity for all students, we must center on the experiences of those from marginalized communities to guide our work. We work to deepen our understanding of how race, class, power and privilege influence the education system as well as influence our own perspectives. To do so,  we provide ongoing learning opportunities through org-wide professional development, affinity groups, working groups, and resource sharing.\n\nIndividuals who join ANet have the opportunity to be part of a dynamic, values driven, and team-oriented organization that is committed to having impact in schools by investing in each other and learning together. We were named as The NonProfit Time’s “Best Nonprofits to Work For” and work tirelessly to foster a working environment where the unique perspectives, backgrounds, and identities of our staff members are valued.\n\nWHAT WE OFFER\n\nANet offers highly competitive compensation based on prior experience and qualifications as well as comprehensive benefits in order to best support our people. Benefits we offer include: health, dental and vision insurance where ANet pays 80% of the cost of these benefits for employees and their families/domestic partner; 3 weeks of vacation (4 weeks after two years with ANet); 10 paid holidays with paid days off between the Christmas and New Year’s holidays; a paid floating holiday; paid sick & personal days; paid parental leave; retirement plan options; commuter benefits; tuition reimbursement;  flexible spending accounts; short and long-term disability coverage; and basic life and personal accident insurance.\n\nHOW TO APPLY\n\nWe are now accepting applications for this position, which will be reviewed on a rolling basis.  To apply, please click on the blue “Apply” button.  You will then be prompted to complete a brief application and upload a resume and thoughtful cover letter in which you outline why you are interested in working for ANet and how your skills and experience meet the qualifications of the position.\n\nANet is committed to maximizing the diversity of our organization. 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Core Data


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video

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\nThis position is for a quick turnaround project for a highly skilled individual. If that's you and you have a portfolio to back that up, feel free to quote your hourly or project rate upfront.\n\nCore Data currently needs an additional HTML5 web designer with react and redux experience to enhance and perform maintenance on the company's HTML5-based UI. The existing UI can be seen at this link. \n\nThe candidate will need to perform various fixes and enhancements on the product such as smoothing out the animation ("GameCast") area, improving the colour pallet, improving load times/performance, re-working the loading screen, fixing mis-aligned elements, and various other enhancements. The company's goal is to have a clean, smooth, and intuitive cross-browser product.\n\nOne critical area of the UI is the in-game animation ("GameCast") area.  This is an SVG-based animation product designed to be compatible with desktop and mobile devices alike.  A substantial portion of the applicant's responsibilities will include re-designing this GameCast to be more realistic (true-to-life) with smoother animations and better design quality.  The ultimate goal is for a 3D-style animation.  Prior experience with SVG animations (preferably of 3D or near-3D quality) is required. \n\nThe candidate will be expected to combine their knowledge of aesthetics and intuitive UX principles to create a cutting-edge, crisp, and attractive final product. The UI uses React.JS and Redux, so prior experience with these frameworks is necessary. The backend data to power the UI is provided via WebSockets feed and our backend team can make reasonable changes to the feed format if it is necessary to facilitate a speedy project completion.\n\nInterested applicants should include links to previous SVG animation work in addition to a standard portfolio.


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FATV


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front end

 

dev

 

javascript

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\nStudent debt and access to education are critical issues of our time. We help students and colleges succeed. You can make a major impact. Deliver on technology products that students and colleges want. Be an early member of the technology portion of our team. Learn and experience as this growing and profitable company delivers. Architect, execute and contribute. Work closely with our crack team of technologists, industry experts, and entrepreneurs.\n\nFATV utilizes a wide range of open-source technologies to deliver top notch products to our clients including Node.js, React, Redux, Next.js, Drupal, MongoDB, Solr, and MySQL.\n\nWhile working at FATV you will be challenged to architect, build, and maintain the software components that are critical to our success.  As a front-end developer, you will work on adding new features to our SSR React applications which include our video portal, counseling center, and client admin, as well as working with the team to design and develop new products.\n\nIdeal candidates are enthusiastic about the latest web technologies and are excited to bring their expertise to the table to improve our products.  We are a small team that relies on strong communication.\n\nRequired Qualifications\n\n\n* Passion for problem solving\n\n* 2+ years of React experience\n\n* Familiar with JavaScript SSR\n\n* 5+ years of relevant software development experience\n\n* Familiar with modern databases (MySQL, Redis, and MongoDB)\n\n* Familiar with Redux, Next.js, Material UI\n\n* Proficient with modern front-end web technologies and techniques: HTML5, CSS3, JavaScript, Responsive design\n\n* Proficient in use of development tools including Git and Jira\n\n* Strong communication skills, team player\n\n\n\n\nPreferred Qualifications\n\n\n* Experience developing real-time applications\n\n* Experience with server side Node.js development\n\n* Familiarity with Drupal CMS\n\n\n


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php

 
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\nHi there!\n\nMy name’s Acuity, but my friends call me Cutie. I’m an online scheduling tech company, and I’m 10 and 3/5ths years old. But that’s, like, 30 in software company years.\n\nHobbies include: craft beer, using finger guns in a completely non-ironic fashion, adult coloring books (don’t act like you don’t have one), and helping businesses of all sizes manage their busy schedules. Pretty niche, I know.\n\n“Why managing schedules?" you ask? Well, I like to help people. I guess you could say I take after my dad that way. His name’s Gavin and he built me from scratch over 10 years ago! Can you believe it?––A whole decade!\n\nAnd that brings me to what I’m doing all this for...\n\nSee, my full name is Acuity Scheduling––and no, it’s not one of those weird celeb baby names or anything. I’m a tech company. And right now, I’m looking for my ride-or-die, go-to, right-hand PHP App Developer, whose main role will be developing the core of Acuity Scheduling's newest product, Lungo.\n\nI’m going to describe a human, and if it sounds like you might be the human I’m describing, you should contact me. And you should probably attach your résumé.\n\nREQUIREMENTS\n\nSo, let’s get down to brass tacks, shall we?\n\n\n* You're an experienced PHP developer with a hunger to make your mark (but please don't actually bite us)\n\n* You have experience with Laravel (we use 5.6)\n\n* You're familiar with GraphQL, and will be comfortable writing GraphQL APIs\n\n* Bonus points for React experience\n\n\n\n\nBeyond brass tacks, here are the softer edges of the gig:\n\n\n* You're a rare breed developer AND human, which means that you don't actually burst into flames upon being exposed to sunlight, and you're actually pretty darn great at communicating with other people. (This will be important, because all of our employees, no matter who they are, will spend time hanging out in customer service land, getting to know the product they'll be building.)\n\n* You write good... unlike this bulletpoint.\n\n* You’re the bomb dot com at solving problems. In other words, you won't run from the challenges—you'll plough straight into them like a champ. Or a developer who loves the thrill of tracking down that one mischievous OOM exception.\n\n* And last but certainly not least, you’re innovative. Because what would a job description be without "innovative?"\n\n* You live on planet Earth.\n\n\n\n\nBENEFITS\n\nAnd by the way? These other qualities would probably help bucketsfull:\n\n\n* You’re in favor of having 100% of your medical, dental, and vision premiums covered.\n\n* 401K is your middle name. (Or if you just really like the idea of having 3% of your salary contributed to one.)\n\n* You’re an autodidact. Go on. Look it up. (You’ll get a $5,000 credit toward continuing your education.)\n\n\n\n\nIf this description sounds like you, there’s a chance that I’d like to offer you $80k-125k. Straight up cash money. I mean, it’d be in exchange for your professional services each year, but still.\n\nWrite me. Or, you know, fill out the application that my dad, Gavin, will review personally. You can count on it. Which is nice because they tell me that good men are hard to find these days.\n\nSincerely yours,\n\nCutie AKA Acuity Scheduling


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Advizr


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react

 

dev

 

javascript

 
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\nReact/Redux Developer Role\n\nAdvizr is headquartered in NYC and provides a challenging and dynamic environment where everyone feels that they have the freedom to be innovative, impactful and influential.  Our culture promotes team interaction, work-life balance and the sharing of information and ideas because it empowers us to do our best work and have fun.  We are seeking a Europe based, highly talented React/Redux Developer to join our rapidly growing company. Our team prides itself in working smarter, not harder. We offer full-time benefits and competitive salaries (cash and equity).\n\nThe Role: We are looking for a strong, innovative and highly autonomous React/Redux Developer. You will be responsible for developing new features and extending existing features of the Advizr platform including frontend technologies, develop high quality code, perform code review, write unit tests, and conform to the latest best practices. \n\nResponsibilities:\n\n\n* Highly motivated to build awesome software and take ownership for projects\n\n* Collaborate with business partners to translate business into technical requirements\n\n* Develop high quality code\n\n* Perform code review\n\n* Solve complex architecture and business problems. Solutions are extensible.\n\n* Work to simplify and remove bottlenecks\n\n* Design and execute on an acceptance criteria and success metrics requirements driven process\n\n\n\n\nSkills & Requirements\n\n\n* Bachelors or Masters degree in Computer Science/Engineering\n\n* Experienced in React/Redux and related libraries\n\n* Production Experience with continuous integration\n\n* Great sense of UI/UX design, develop rich user experience\n\n* Strong analytical & coding skills\n\n* Excellent communications skills\n\n* Exceptional attention to detail\n\n* Professional demeanor\n\n* Team player with a huge focus on team success\n\n* Ability to work independently and with pair collaboratively\n\n* Deep expertise in designing & developing rich, interactive data visualizations\n\n* Strong understanding of web standards, cross-browser compatibility and CSS-based designs\n\n* Advanced in JQuery (we are migrating from JQuery to React and so we require expertise in both)\n\n* Strong knowledge in SASS/CSS/HTML\n\n\n\n\nBenefits\n\n\n* Exciting, welcoming, and challenging work environment. We’re located in the center of the Fintech revolution, so expect to become a part of that! You’ll be an integral part of a highly talented and incredibly smart team working to create the next big Fintech platform.\n\n* Your well-being is important to us – that’s why we offer competitive salaries and benefits:\n\n\n* Group health insurance\n\n* Optional dental, vision, life, and disability (short and long term) insurance\n\n* Flexible spending account\n\n* 401(k) plan\n\n* Flexible vacation policy\n\n* Company equity\n\n* Discretionary bonuses\n\n\n\n\n\n* Advizr is an equal opportunity employer.\n\n\n\n\n ****Candidates should be in or around the same time zone as Paris, France\n\n****Relocation is not offered


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UCI Division of Continuing Education


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teaching

 

non tech

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\nAt the University of California Irvine's Department of Continuing Education - Technology Programs, our mission is to provide the best technical professional development courses online. We are laser focused on inspiring our students to learn new technical coding skills and shaping the future for their success. We are passionate about our education programs that support our students to fulfil their career goals and we are empowered to help thousands of people learn online every day.\n\nThe University of California Irvine's Department of Continuing Education is looking for a multi-talented Blockchain Technologies instructor who has expertise in a variety of Blockchain technologies, who has contagious passion for their craft. Someone who has an obsession with constantly learning new technologies, a personal dedication to always be up to date with the very latest coding languages, deployment technologies and industry best practices.\n\nNo former online teaching experience is necessary. Minimum of 8 years of experience is preferred, however, let your passion and industry knowledge be your guide. This position will allow you to explore your current knowledge and put your skills and know-how to the test. Alongside our Programs Manager, you will be responsible for developing a challenging program for students in 2018 and beyond. Using the latest best practices and innovative techniques, you will be immersed in a dynamic online community of like-minded online learners, keen to explore the learning materials together, to develop new skills and become prepared for the next step in their careers.\n\n Required Skills\n\n\n* 8+ years' experience in advanced software engineering projects\n\n* Experience building sophisticated complex backend services\n\n* Design of back-end architectures\n\n* Strong expertise in one or more of: C/C++, Rust or Go\n\n* Linux experience\n\n* Advanced web API's\n\n* Impeccable code quality\n\n* Passionate lifelong learner\n\n* Excellent communication skills\n\n\n\n\nResponsibilities\n\n\n* Works alongside The Director of Technology Programs to develop new course content for 2018\n\n* Designs and develops the Blockchain Technologies course that is 100% up to date, meeting the latest industry standards\n\n* Skills up new students who have not had prior Blockchain experience using the latest technologies and design tools\n\n* Manages and delivers the course materials to students in an engaging thought-provoking manner in our online learning management system: Canvas\n\n* Optimize and be flexible to change the course to suit the needs of your students and new technologies semester after semester\n\n* Engage in meaningful online conversations and dialogue with your students online in the learning management system, supporting their learning objectives and career goals\n\n* Diligently respond to students needs and questions during the course schedule\n\n* Acts as a technical mentor guiding students on a technical journey of discovery\n\n\n\n\nCourse development: \n Time: 80 hours\n\nCommitment: \n Time: 10 - 12 hrs a week for 12 weeks, every teaching quarter. \n Course development: 80 hours \n Commitment: 10 - 12 hrs a week for 12 weeks, every teaching quarter.\n\nCourse Description: An Introduction to Blockchain Technologies and the Cryptocurrency Ecosystem \n This in this course students will be introduced to Blockchain technologies, the backbone technology stack that is fueling the Cryptocurrency Ecosystem that Bitcoin and Ethereum are built upon. Venture capital firms around the world have invested billions of dollars into building a new currency system that is diverse and complex to understand. Hundreds of start-ups are now capitalizing on the explosive growth of Blockchain technologies and have started to build successful companies in the Cryptocurrency Ecosystem. The financial world as a result of this is undergoing dramatic change creating valuable companies and start-ups that are changing the way we think about existing financial systems and global currencies.\n\nTo apply for this position, please click this link: https://recruit.ap.uci.edu/apply/JPF04368\n\nIndividuals hired to teach these courses must understand that all such agreements with the University are made on a course-by-course basis and that the Instructor will be made no guarantee of continual involvement with the University in any capacity.\n\nThe University of California, Irvine is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer advancing inclusive excellence. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, age, protected veteran status, or other protected categories covered by the UC nondiscrimination policy.


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Trilogy Education Services


closed

web dev

 

teaching

 
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\nAt Trilogy Education Services, we partner with universities to create innovative programs to train new audiences for careers in the digital economy. We have launched hundreds of classes in web development, and we also offer classes in data visualization and UX/UI.\n\nWe have hired a multitude of practitioners as Instructors and Teaching Assistants to support our students. In other words, we prefer to find individuals working in the field over those with years of teaching experience.\n\nWe have over a thousand Instructional Staff members to hire this year, and they will all maintain their full-time jobs while changing lives in the classroom. Unfortunately, emergencies arise at times when we have that many active Instructors, and we need to be prepared with contingency plans to ensure that we never skip a beat in the classroom. The show must go on!\n\nWe have a team of "On Deck" Instructors ready and willing to travel to various markets for brief periods of time, and we're looking to grow this team of talented people. If you love mentoring others and want to travel around the country (or world) to teach at various universities, this opportunity might be for you!\n\nWe'll provide the guidance, training, lesson plans, and tools to support you on your journey of impacting lives in the classroom.\n\nSkills & Requirements\n\nMust Haves:\n\n\n* At least 5 years of web development experience (recommended)\n\n* Bachelor's Degree\n\n\n\n\nTech Skills -Web Development Class\n\n\n* JavaScript\n\n* Node.js\n\n* React.js\n\n* MongoDB\n\n* MySQL\n\n* jQuery\n\n* HTML5\n\n* CSS3\n\n* Bootstrap\n\n\n\n\nTech Skills - Data Visualization Class\n\n\n* Python Pandas\n\n* Matplotlib\n\n* Beautiful Soup\n\n* HTML, CSS, JavaScript\n\n* D3, Leaflet\n\n* SQL, noSQL\n\n* Tableau\n\n* Machine Learning, Hadoop\n\n\n\n\nTech Skills - UX/UI Class\n\n\n* Sketch, Photoshop & Illustrator\n\n* User-Centric Design Research experience\n\n* UI Development experience\n\n* HTML/CSS\n\n* Javascript, jQuery\n\n\n\n\nWhat You Will Do:\n\n\n* Be "on call" to travel to various universities as an Instructor\n\n* Follow detailed lesson plans that allow our Instructors to lead successful classes without teaching experience (you won't "lecture" for longer than 15 minutes at a time).\n\n* Support students individually as they go through an emotional roller coaster\n\n* Infuse empathy, support, and encouragement into all educational materials you create\n\n\n


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Manifold


verified closed

react

 

front end

 

javascript

 

exec

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\nFull Job Description Available Here:\n\nhttps://jobs.careerbeacon.com/details/lead-frontend-engineer-reactredux/951059?utm_source=stackoverflow\n\n\nAt Manifold, we’re an ambitious and well-funded startup, making it compelling for developers like you to break your deployments free from the closed ecosystems of cloud providers. We connect applications, wherever they are hosted, to independent cloud services made by developers who care.\n\nWe are looking for an experienced, collaborative front-end engineer to inspire us, teach us, and bring our React architecture and coding forward.\n\nOur partially distributed engineering team is fun-loving, knowledgeable, and extremely productive. We’re organized to let you explore and grow a variety of skills and capabilities, with many opportunities to make a significant impact. Many of us have strong ties to the open-source world, and have experience building tools at companies like Heroku, Red Hat, and Canonical.\n\nWe value diversity and supporting a distributed culture. Gender diversity is currently about one quarter. About half of the company work outside of the home Halifax, Canada office, including the product and engineering leaders.\n\n\nWhat you'll do\n\n\n* Help lead a friendly, supportive engineering culture that encourages you and the entire company to improve as engineers, teams, and people.\n\n* Be a model and mentor for building well-architected, performant, well-tested, and understandable code.\n\n* Prevent and manage technical debt. Help us find the right corners to cut for speed, and the right problems to invest in for maintainability.\n\n* Be passionate about our mission, and help us imagine Manifold’s future. Work closely with design and product in short design-first iteration.\n\n* Be curious. Learn, practice, share, and improve our knowledge and best practices in technologies, security, engineering, design and collaboration.\n\n\n\n\n\nWhat you'll need\n\n\n* Strong communication skills with a team centric approach to discussion and decision making. Empathy and respect for others.\n\n* Experience deploying and operating server-side code that could have used a service like Manifold.\n\n* Expertise in Javascript, REST APIs, React and managing state. Knowledge of Redux, Redux-Saga, GraphQL, and other parts of the React ecosystem is also very valuable.\n\n* Full command of Git, GitHub, the terminal, continuous deployment and integration, and other modern fundamentals.\n\n* Experience working in a distributed team is very nice to have.\n\n* Our backend and CLI are written in Go; Go experience is nice to have.\n\n\n\n\n\nWe're looking for\n\n\n* JavaScript \n\n* React \n\n* Technical Leadership \n\n* Guidance and mentorship\n\n\n\n\n\nA little bit about us\nAt Manifold, we help developers discover and use innovative tools and technologies; so you can focus on building, not managing, your applications. Each new cloud service we use today introduces complexity in the form of another bill, account to manage, credential to secure, and code to deploy.\n\nManifold allows you to build and offer cloud services to developers without having to worry about billing, identity, and credential distribution (An example of one such service: JawsDB).\n\nWe're a small, remote-friendly venture-backed company based in Halifax, Canada with teams in Toronto and San Francisco. With a shared passion for making developers lives easier and our backgrounds reflect that, having worked at the likes of Red Hat, Heroku, and Salesforce.\n\n\nAre you interested?\nWe believe in having people work from where they are most productive. If that happens to be in our offices in Halifax, Canada, or in San Francisco, welcome! We'd love to have you. If you are remote, you are also welcome! We strongly prefer candidates who are in a timezone roughly within 4 hours of the Eastern time zone.\n\nWe offer competitive compensation, equity opportunities, and excellent health care options, with additional perks such as a yearly professional development allowance.\n\nPlease apply here, or by emailing [email protected]\n\n\nApply now:\n\nhttps://jobs.careerbeacon.com/apply/951059?utm_source=stackoverflow


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Hubro Education


verified closed
Trondheim / Oslo, Norway

meteor js

 

full time

 

game dev

 

dev

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\nDevelopment agencies may not apply.\n\n#Location\nTrondheim / Oslo, Norway


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UCI Division of Continuing Education


closed

design

 

web dev

 

teaching

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\nWeb Design Instructor part-time remote (online)\n\nAt the University of California Irvine's Department of Continuing Education Technology Programs, our mission is to provide the best technical professional development courses online. We are laser focused on inspiring our students to learn new technical coding and web design skills, shaping the future for their success. We are passionate about our education programs that support our students to fulfil their career goals and we are empowered to help thousands of people learn online every day.\n\nThe University of California Irvine's Department of Continuing Education is currently looking to hire a multi-talented web design instructor who has an expertise is a variety of web design technologies. A designer who is obsessively detail orientated, who takes a design first approach, who is professionally dedicated to use the very latest design methods and tools that can make the design process simply awesome. Some who has a passion for constantly learning new ways to design and create amazing customer experiences!\n\nNo former online teaching experience is necessary.\n\nIdeally we are looking for a minimum of 3 - 5 years of Web Design experience, however, let your passion and industry knowledge be your guide.\n\nSkills needed:\n\n\n* A burning passion for all things web design from tools, to technology to methodologies\n\n* A design first approach when solving customer problems\n\n* An ability to confidently talk about design technologies and why some technologies are used over others\n\n* The knowhow to clearly and concisely present ideas from an initial sketch to developing a full web design mock-up\n\n* Experience design for web and mobile\n\n* Knowledge of UX/UI a plus\n\n\n\n\nThis position will allow you to explore your current web design knowhow and put your skills to the test. You will be responsible for working with the Director of Technology Programs to design a new web design course for 2018 from the ground up, with a particular emphasis on the following technologies:\n\n\n* Sketch\n\n* Adobe Cloud Creative\n\n* ReactJS\n\n* HTML5\n\n* CSS3 and ES6\n\n* Webpack and Adobe Creative Suite\n\n* Responsive Development Experience\n\n* Knowledge of AngularJS, Polymer, Closure or Backbone.\n\n\n\n\nResponsibilities\n\n\n* Works alongside The Director of Technology Programs to develop new course content for Spring 2018\n\n* Designs and develops a Web Design course that is 100% up to date, meeting the latest industry standards\n\n* Skills up new students who have never designed a website or mobile application before before using the latest development technologies and programming languages\n\n* Manages and delivers the course materials to students in an engaging thought-provoking manner in our online learning management system: Canvas\n\n* Optimize and be flexible to change to suit the needs of your students and new technologies semester after semester\n\n* Engage in meaningful online conversations and dialogue with your students online in the learning management system, supporting their learning objectives and career goals\n\n* Diligently respond to students needs and questions during the course schedule\n\n* Acts as a design mentor guiding students on a technical journey of discovery\n\n\n\n\nCourse development: \n\nTime: 80 hours\n\nCommitment:\n\nTime: 10 - 12 hrs a week for 12 weeks, every teaching quarter.\n\nTo apply for this position\n\nPlease draft a one page proposed course outline, detailing how you would like to teach the class, along with your resume and cover letter.\n\nIndividuals hired to teach these courses must understand that all such agreements with the University are made on a course-by-course basis and that the Instructor will be made no guarantee of continual involvement with the University in any capacity.\n\nThe University of California, Irvine is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer advancing inclusive excellence. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, age, protected veteran status, or other protected categories covered by the UC nondiscrimination policy.


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EPFL Online Education


closed

react

 

dev

 

javascript

 
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\nThe EPFL Extension School is looking for a Full-Stack Web Application Developer (RubyOnRails, ReactJs) to build our online learning platform. If building an easy-to-use online learning platform while having a great work-life balance in one of the most beautiful parts of the world appeals to you, please apply!\n\nThe Web Application Developer is a position with many responsibilities - the ultimate responsibility being the development and maintenance of our online learning platform. This platform will be handling learner registration, payments, content delivery, peer interactions, coding and other assignments. It will also handle course and user management and must be integrated with operational platforms (Stripe, Github, Campaign Monitor, Salesforce, etc.).  It is ultimately the home and public face of the EPFL Extension School. Correspondingly, ensuring a fantastic user experience for both teachers and learners as well as the stability, speed and robustness of the platform are key responsibilities in this role.\n\nWe're open to candidates who work remote, but this is not a 100% remote job: you must be able to be in Geneva when necessary.


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UCI Division of Continuing Education


closed

web dev

 

teaching

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\nAt the University of California Irvine's Department of Continuing Education - Technology Programs, our mission is to provide the best technical professional development courses online. We are laser focused on inspiring our students to learn new technical coding skills and shaping the future for their success. We are passionate about our education programs that support our students to fulfil their career goals and we are empowered to help thousands of people learn online every day.\n\nThe UCI's Department of Continuing Education is looking for a multi-talented Web Development instructor who has expertise in a variety of web development technologies, simply put a contagious passion for their craft. Someone who has an obsession with constantly learning new technologies, a personal dedication to always be up to date with the very latest coding languages, deployment technologies and industry best practices.\n\nNo former online teaching experience is necessary. Minimum of 5 years of web development experience is preferred, however, let your passion and industry knowledge be your guide.\n\nThis position will allow you to explore your current knowledge and put your skills and know-how to the test. Alongside our Programs Director, you will be responsible for developing a challenging program for students in 2018 and beyond. Using the latest best practices and innovative coding techniques, you will be immersed in a dynamic online community of like-minded online learners, keen to explore the learning materials together, to develop new skills and become prepared for the next step in their careers.\n\nRequired skills\n\n\n* 5+ years professional backend software development experience\n\n* Java, C/C++, C#, Objective C, Go, Python, Javascript/Node.js, Ruby\n\n* Experience with AngularJS or React\n\n* Experience with REST APIs\n\n* Contribution to high-profile open-source projects\n\n* Proficient in use of git and Github\n\n* Expertise in JavaScript Frameworks\n\n* Experience with Linux\n\n* Experience in Cloud Computing (Google Cloud, EC2/AWS)\n\n* Experience in database platform (MySQL, MongoDB, Redis etc.)\n\n* Experience in cutting-edge client-side technologies like HTML5, Web Components, Dart, Less/Sass, or D3\n\n* Bachelors degree (or higher) in Computer Science or related field preferred but not essential\n\n\n\n\n\nResponsibilities\n\n\n* Works alongside The Director of Technology Programs to develop new course content for Spring 2018\n\n* Designs and develops the Web Development course that is 100% up to date, meeting the latest industry standards\n\n* Skills up new students who have not had prior Web Development experience before using the latest technologies and design tools\n\n* Manages and delivers the course materials to students in an engaging thought-provoking manner in our online learning management system: Canvas\n\n* Optimize and be flexible to change the course to suit the needs of your students and new technologies semester after semester\n\n* Engage in meaningful online conversations and dialogue with your students online in the learning management system, supporting their learning objectives and career goals\n\n* Diligently respond to students needs and questions during the course schedule\n\n* Acts as a technical mentor guiding students on a technical journey of discovery\n\n\n\n\nCourse development\n\nTime: 80 hours\n\nCommitment\n\nTime: 10- 12 hrs a week for 12 weeks, every teaching quarter: summer, fall, winter, spring.


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Panamplify


closed

full stack

 

dev

 

java

 

scala

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\nAt Panamplify we're building a future where software helps with low-creativity gruntwork and frees people to spend more time on the interesting parts of their jobs. We're starting out by helping our customers automate the boring parts of producing client reports. We're looking for a senior software developer with a strong sense of ownership to join our team.\n\nYou will work closely with designers, other developers, and our customer support and sales teams to build new product features from the ground up.\n\nWe're using Ruby/Rails for our front end, with back-end services running in the Play framework (both Scala and Java), with AWS RDS Postgres for the database layer.\n\nYou might be a fit for this position if:\n\n\n* You've shipped production software to real customers as a mid-level/senior software developer.\n\n* You are experienced with Java (the language and the ecosytem) and have experimented with alternative JVM languages (Scala preferred, but the main point is the desire/ability to learn new things)\n\n* You're familar with and facinated by (but not necessarily an expert in) procedural content generation.\n\n* You're an excellent written and verbal communicator (our team is distributed and communication is vital)\n\n* You prefer to know how the libaries you're using actually work rather than just taking them as given (We'll ask for examples)\n\n* You are not a "single approach" purist in language choice, frameworks, libraries or development paradigms, and have experience with multiple approaches (production use of functional languages is a bonus)\n\n* You have a favorite layer of the stack, but are comfortable/competent all the way from optimizing SQL queries to helping solve problems calling REST services from Javascript.\n\n* You have the judgement (from experience) to evaluate and choose 3rd party libraries (or recommend roll-your-own).\n\n* You've written ETL code, and are familiar with the challenges that happen "in real life" when trying to pull data from a 3rd party service with a quirky API.\n\n\n\n\nBonus:\n\n\n* You're taken a traditional AI course and are familiar with the fundamentals.\n\n* You've worked with (or written) constraint-satisfaction or planning algorithms.\n\n* You've worked with (or written) procedural content generation systems.\n\n* You know who Douglas Engelbart is and why he's important (or just look it up now)\n\n\n\n\nWriting code to produce content (or help edit it) is a tricky problem, Our system needs to be flexible enough to express the data-stories the users want to tell, but without requiring users to be low-level data manipulation experts. We're solving the problem by baking knowledge into the system, from the the type and meaning of individual metrics ("reach isn't additive") all the way up to rules about what makes a section of a report well-structured. We use a variety of techniques to encode this knowledge, and since there's no expectation that anyone could have experience with everything, we need developers who love to learn new things and immediately put them into practice. That sounds fun, but it is also quite challenging, and we'd like to hear how you've done similar things in the past.\n\nIf any of this sounds interesting, we highly recommend taking a look at http://panamplify.com/careers.html , Check out what we do and see if you might be interested. If you are, let us know why. If you're not sure, then drop us a note or arrange to stop by the office and we can talk. But please don't just spam us with a resume and generic cover letter, applications like that get routed to /dev/null.\n\nYou must live in and be authorized to work in the United States, and you'll need to make occasional trips to Dallas for all-hands meetings. We're also a group of respectful adults who don't think racism, sexism or homophobia or xenophobia make for a good work environment, see the careers link above for more details on that.


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Surge


closed

react

 

javascript

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\nSurge Forward is looking for smart, self-motivated, experienced, senior-level consultants who enjoy the freedom of telecommuting and flexible schedules, to work as long-term, consistent (40 hrs/week) independent contractors on a variety of software development projects.\n\nSorry, No Visas. Must be located in the US and/ or Canada. \n\nOur immediate need is for React/Redux Developers- Server Side rendering, Adobe Omniture (analytics) is required.\n\nFor immediate consideration, email resume and include your cell phone number and start date.


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Trilogy Education Services


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teaching

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\nWho You Are:\n\n\n* Someone with at least 4-5 years of UI-UX design and/or front-end engineering skills. We are looking for individuals unafraid to be thought-leaders in the field.\n\n\n\n\n\n* Someone who is always “creating.” This job is all about thinking on your feet and spinning quick and fun activities to demonstrate key concepts. You need to be someone who can dream up a proof of concept idea, pull out a sketchbook, and get to creating!\n\n\n\n\n\n* Someone who possesses strong writing and communication skills. We write a LOT on our team. If you’re someone who has always wanted to write a textbook on design, UI, or front-end development -- then we may be the place for you.\n\n\n\n\n\n* Someone who is a lot of fun! We want learning UI-UX to be exciting, engaging, and a little funny. Imagine an engineering class that feels like a Disney movie. We need fun people to make this a reality.\n\n\n\n\n\n* Someone who has a background in:\n\n\n\n* User Interface Design, User Experience Design, and Interaction Design\n\n* HTML, CSS, and Javascript\n\n* Experience in designing UI for web and mobile\n\n* Proficient in HTML & CSS markup; capable of writing clean, semantic, valid markup and modular, cascading, reusable CSS\n\n* Knowledge of HTML5/CSS3, and cutting-edge web design capabilities\n\n* Wireframe and prototyping\n\n\n\n\n


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Faria Education Group


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dev

 

engineer

 

teaching

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\nBackground\nFaria Education Group specializes in building and operating software systems for use in international education. The main products are ManageBac and OpenApply . We are a remote-first company that values diverse teams. The worldwide technical team behind these products are spread between Taiwan, United States and Ukraine. We have additional technical staff in the\nUnited Kingdom, Germany, and Canada.\n\n\nWe now have an excellent opportunity for the right person to join our Boston team to handle targeted development tasks across a variety of our products. This is a mid-level to senior position, working as part of a team to deliver high-quality, fully-tested code on a demanding timescale.\nCurrently we are a Ruby on Rails shop, though you may have the chance to explore additional technologies as our systems mature. We use a variety of other software in production including Rails, Redis, PostgreSQL, MySQL, Memcached, and more.\n\n\nRole Description\nThis is a high-level, full-time position. We are a remote-first company but you will be expected to meet on a regular basis with other team members in Boston, as well as to work closely with developers on our Ukraine team. We expect you to be able to contribute to the development of high-quality software solutions and to efficiently manage your time to provide\nvalue throughout the company. \n\n\nYou must already be experienced with web development using Ruby on Rails, and have experience using and creating API solutions. You will need to quickly grasp existing code, and contribute to codebases with respect for the processes of existing teams. We also value high- quality UI/UX work that matches our emphasis on customer service.\nResponsibilities\n * Implement new features in applications across our suite.\n * Implement UI/UX specs from our design team.\n * Ensure high-quality fully-tested code is committed to shared repositories.\n * Troubleshoot customer issues, suggest and implement solutions.\n * Work effectively with other teams worldwide.\n \n\nCommunication\n * Because we are a global company, effective communication is essential:\n * Communicate with other parts of Faria Education Group including product teams, QA, design, support and marketing.\n * Proper remote presence & etiquette through Slack, BaseCamp, GitHub and other systems.\n * Adherence to operating procedures with timely follow-ups to avoid surprises and dropped work.\n * You will report to our Principal Developer in Boston, who reports directly to the VP of Engineering.\n \n\n\n\nLocation and Hours\nThis is a full-time job in the Boston area. We are flexible on working hours, but you will be expected to participate in core team hours as defined by your team lead. We are currently expecting to hire three developers into our Boston-based team. We will consider exceptional candidates from outside of the Boston area, but we are prioritizing building up a new location in order to gain the benefits of face-to-face work as well.\nBecause of the global nature of our business, you should also be prepared for conference calls outside of business hours. Potential emergency situations can call for support at any hour, though we work hard to minimize those situations.\n*Please note: Due to a high volume of applicants, only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.*\n\nBenefits\n\n * Salary negotiable, expected range USD 75K-100K/year\n * Performance bonus tied to meeting key deliverables and milestones\n * Health insurance (US)\n * Company-supplied laptop (Retina MacBook Pro or other)\n * Books ('unlimited within reason') and conference attendance budget. We expect you to have a plan for professional development.\n * Remote-first environment with shared workspace\n \n


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Trilogy Education Services


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teaching

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\nJob Description:\n\nAre a you seasoned UI-UX designer looking for a new challenge? Do you enjoy teaching, mentoring, and sharing your expertise with others? Then this may be the position for you!\n\nAt Trilogy Education Services, we’re creating innovative programs to train new audiences for careers in the digital economy.We’re looking to develop a new program in UI-UX and are seeking experienced individuals to join our team. If you have extensive experience in UI-UX design and/or front-end engineering then we want to speak with you!


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Trilogy Education Services


closed

dev

 

senior

 

teaching

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\nSummary:\n\nThe ideal person for this role will have a passion for shipping elegant, innovative, and scalable products. This position demands strong technical leadership, ability to collaborate with a distributed product team, and the guts and vision to produce something really extraordinary.\n\nThis position will be responsible for all technical aspects of our web and mobile applications, including strategy, architecture, development and operations. The position requires strong technical and organizational skills, and a passion for new technology.\n\nResponsibilities:\n\n\n* Be a highly technical and hands-on coder\n\n* Collaborate closely with other engineering teams and business to ensure we continuously innovate and build world class products\n\n* Undertake technical investigation and create Proof of Concept examples\n\n* Lead the architecture and the design, and work with the broader team to build and maintain high performance, flexible and highly scalable web and mobile based applications\n\n* Provide expert technical guidance on development options and best practices to fellow team members and stakeholders\n\n* Research and solution UX/UI to create the desired customer experience.\n\n\n


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Trilogy Education Services


closed

senior

 

teaching

 

non tech

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\nJob Description:\n\nAre you passionate about education, software, and making an impact? Do you love learning new things, fixing bugs, and building better code? Then this may be the position for you!\n\nAt Trilogy Education Services, we’re creating innovative programs to train new audiences for careers in the digital economy. If you have strong skills in Full-Stack Development and enjoy resolving issues and maintaining code bases -- this may be the position for you!\n\nWe’re looking for ridiculously focused QA engineers -- capable of keeping our Full-Stack Curriculum working, up-to-date, and the best that it can be. We need people with an eye for spotting issues, a knack for continuous improvement, and a sense of humor to deal with problems that inevitably emerge along the way.\n\nWho You Are:\n\n\n* Someone with at least 2-4 years of real coding and/or QA experience. Self-taught dabblers are encouraged to apply, too! But you need to have demonstrable skills.\n\n\n\n\n\n* Someone who isn’t afraid of GitHub, merge conflicts, or sprint cycles. This job is all about closing issues and creating new ways to improve the curriculum -- one pull request a time.\n\n\n\n\n\n* Someone who is well-versed in best software practices and is genuinely passionate about teaching students to code the “right way.” If you’re the type of person who reads a textbook and finds yourself saying: “I could teach this a whole lot better…” then we should talk!\n\n\n\n\n\n* Someone who possesses strong writing and communication skills. We write as much as we code. As a Curriculum QA Engineer you’ll be responsible for wearing an editor’s hat one day and a coder’s jacket the next.\n\n\n\n\n\n* Someone who is a lot of fun! We want learning technology to be exciting, engaging, and a little funny. Imagine an engineering class that feels like a Disney movie. We need fun people to make this a reality.\n\n\n\n\n\n* Someone who is well versed in the bulk of the following:\n\n\n\n* HTML / CSS\n\n* JavaScript, jQuery\n\n* Node.js, Express\n\n* MySQL, MongoDB\n\n* Angular, React\n\n* GitHub\n\n* Travis CI (Major Plus)\n\n* Python, Pandas, NumPy (Major Plus)\n\n* Android or iOS Development (Major Plus)\n\n\n\n\n


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Trilogy Education Services


closed

senior

 

engineer

 

teaching

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\nAre you passionate about learning new technologies and teaching them to others? Do you love writing, speaking, and storytelling as much as you love coding? Then this may be the position for you!\n\n\nAt Trilogy Education Services, we’re creating innovative programs to train new audiences for careers in the digital economy. If you have strong skills in programming, mobile development, data analytics, UI/UX, networking, or cyber-security, we want to speak with you!\n\n\nWe’re looking for people with passion, a demonstrated ability to learn on their feet, and a desire to escape the cubicle and stretch their creative muscles in new ways. \n\n\nWho You Are:\n\n\n\n* Someone with at least 2-4 years of real coding or design experience. Self-taught dabblers are encouraged to apply, too! But you need to have demonstrable skills.\n\n\n\n\n\n* Someone who is always “creating.” This job is all about thinking on your feet and spinning quick and fun activities to demonstrate key concepts. You need to be someone who can dream up a proof of concept idea… then code or create it in a day or two.\n\n\n\n\n\n\n* Someone who possesses strong writing and communication skills. We write as much as we code. If you’ve always wanted to write teen novellas while staring at for-loops, then you should definitely apply. \n\n\n\n\n\n\n* Someone who is a lot of fun! We want learning technology to be exciting, engaging, and a little funny. Imagine an engineering class that feels like a Disney movie. We need fun people to make this a reality.\n\n\n\n\n\n\n* Someone who is well versed in any number of the following:\n\n\n\n* HTML / CSS \n\n* JavaScript, jQuery\n\n* Node.js, Express\n\n* MySQL, MongoDB\n\n* Angular, React\n\n* Python, Pandas, NumPy\n\n* Android or iOS Development\n\n* UI/UX Design, Accessibility, User Story Mapping\n\n* Ethical Hacking, Kali Linux \n\n\n\n\n\n\n\nWhat You Will Do:\n\n\n\n* Dream up and create instructional activities for demonstrating key concepts in your area of expertise (...or ones you will learn to master).\n\n* Write detailed lesson plans to be taught in classrooms across the country.\n\n* Create visual diagrams and annotations to break down abstract technical concepts.\n\n* Collaborate closely to improve and QA the curriculum with academic peers. \n\n* Stay abreast of tech trends to identify and build programs that teach what’s “next” in tech. \n\n* Learn to infuse empathy, support, and encouragement into all educational materials you create.\n\n\n\n\n\nOther Perks:\n\n\n\n* Up to 100% remote work\n\n* Great health, dental, and vision benefits\n\n* Flexible hours\n\n* Nonstop learning\n\n* Great mentors\n\n* Plenty of room for advancement\n\n* Ongoing training and a culture of investing in employee growth\n\n\n


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Acuity Scheduling


closed

dev

 

php

 

php

 
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\nWHAT'S UP, WORLD?! My name’s Acuity, but my friends call me Cutie. I’m an online scheduling tech company from New York City, and I’m 9 and 4/5ths years old. But that’s, like, 25 in software company years.\n\nHobbies include: craft beer, using finger guns in a completely non-ironic fashion, adult coloring books (don’t act like you don’t have one), and helping businesses of all sizes manage their busy schedules. Pretty niche, I know.\n\n“Why managing schedules?' you ask? Well, I like to help people. I guess you could say I take after my dad that way. His name’s Gavin and he built me from scratch almost 10 years ago! Can you believe it?––A whole decade!\n\nAnd that brings me to what I’m doing all this for...\n\nSee, my full name is Acuity Scheduling––and no, it’s not one of those weird celeb baby names or anything. I’m a tech company. And right now, I’m looking for my ride-or-die, go-to, right-hand PHP App Developer, whose main role will be developing the core of Acuity Scheduling and helping us continue growing!\n\nI’m going to describe a human, and if it sounds like you might be the human I’m describing, you should contact me. And you should probably attach your résumé.


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Trilogy Education Services


closed

web dev

 

teaching

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\nWe are looking for talented individuals who have a passion for teaching people how to code. Our students have a diverse background, from working professionals to fresh-out-of-college individuals who seek to transition into careers in web development positions.\n\nInstructors lead classroom discussions, guide inquiry, emphasize the meta-skills and core concepts of software engineering, support students in their projects and challenges, and provide feedback to students and TAs.\n\nYou don't have to have a ton of experience instructing! You just have to be a lifelong learner, proven teacher or mentor and love to help people change their lives and succeed.\n\nTeach with us in any of the following cities:\n\n\n* Chandler, AZ\n\n* Irvine, CA\n\n* Los Angeles, CA\n\n* San Diego, CA\n\n* San Francisco, CA\n\n* Denver, CO\n\n* Fort Lauderdale, FL\n\n* Orlando, FL\n\n* Atlanta, GA\n\n* Savannah, GA\n\n* Chicago, IL\n\n* Evanston, IL\n\n* Boston, MA\n\n* Chapel Hill, NC\n\n* Charlotte, NC\n\n* Raleigh, NC\n\n* Jersey City, NJ\n\n* Somerset, NJ\n\n* Cleveland, OH\n\n* Austin, TX\n\n* Dallas, TX\n\n* Houston, TX\n\n* Sandy, UT\n\n* Arlington, VA\n\n\n


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Elastic


closed

teaching

 

engineer

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\nWe are looking to grow our Education team with an experienced Trainer to provide training and workshops to users and clients in Central and Northern Europe. The right candidate is happy working on their own initiative, and does not require micro-management. Most of the team works remotely, and we are happy to consider you wherever you live. Our main offices in Europe are in Amsterdam and London. Do you want to see the world? Do you want to meet lots of new people and teach engineers how to use Elasticsearch? Come join us at Elastic!\n\nResponsibilities:\n\n\n* Becoming an expert in Elastic products, keeping up to date on changes/releases, and relaying that knowledge in the form of content development, training instruction, educational material, meetups, and conferences\n\n* Learning, creating and presenting compelling courses in extremely technical concepts clearly and concisely to large audiences in a way that fully engages our customers\n\n* Able to travel globally up to 75%\n\n* Collaborate with development teams and engineering to create and update existing course materials and documentation\n\n* Creating new courses, liaising with instructors and other subject matter experts\n\n* Having ability to work on your own initiative with fanatical attention to detail\n\n* Knowledge of curriculum design methodologies\n\n\n


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Elastic


closed

teaching

 

engineer

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\nWe are currently seeking Education Engineers to join Elasticsearch. The successful candidate will be responsible for delivering technical training to our customers as well as helping to create and maintain our curriculum of training courses, which cover Elasticsearch, Logstash, and Kibana.\n\nIf you are an experienced engineer who has seen the good and bad of software development, enjoy helping mentor and share your learned knowledge with others in an engaging manner, and love Elasticsearch and its ecosystem, then please apply and meet our team.\n\nThe right candidate is happy working on your own initiative, and does not require micro-management. Most of the team works remotely, and we are happy to consider you wherever you live. Our main offices in Europe are in Amsterdam and London. Do you want to see the world? Do you want to meet lots of new people and teach engineers how to use Elasticsearch? Come join us at Elastic!\n\nResponsibilities\n\n\n* Becoming an expert in Elastic products, keeping up to date on changes/releases, and relaying that knowledge in the form of content development, training instruction, educational material, meetups, and conferences\n\n* Learning, creating and presenting compelling courses in extremely technical concepts clearly and concisely to large audiences in a way that fully engages our customers\n\n* Able to travel globally 50%\n\n* Collaborate with development teams and engineering to create and update existing course materials and documentation\n\n* Creating new courses, liaising with instructors and other subject matter experts\n\n* Having ability to work on your own initiative with fanatical attention to detail\n\n* Knowledge of curriculum design methodologies\n\n\n


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Micro bit Educational Foundation


closed

exec

 

tech lead

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\nWere looking for a confident and flexible software engineer to join the micro:bit Educational Foundation as the Tech Lead for our websites and services.\nYoull be responsible for the development, deployment and maintenance of our systems and web presence at microbit.org. This site is already the first port of call for millions of students and teachers around the world who are learning about coding and technology using the BBC micro:bit. The role will require you to work with a range of languages and tools; we need someone who can start with what we have and lead the creation of our next generation platform.\nAlongside this you will start to develop our code hosting and sharing solutions, community portals, and ecosystem listings. Each of these sites already have people managing their content, and this is a technical role that includes working on the tools and workflows to make authoring, publishing and organising the information easier. \nYou will be joining a small organisation at an early stage, and this means there is loads of scope to decide how we support teachers and students, define the services we provide and how theyre delivered, and shape the micro:bit experience.\n\nThis is a full-time role in the micro:bit Educational Foundation. Were looking for someone to join the foundation and build the product over the long term, including hiring a team.\nTeam size: initially 1 - you would report in to our CTO, and we plan for the person filling this role to hire another (probably more junior) web infrastructure or frontend engineer in Q3 2017.\nLocation: This is a remote position, but hosting in office-space in London, Cambridge or Oxford is a possibility if so desired. The rest of the team also works remotely, though we get together face-to-face roughly every month, usually in London.\n\n\nBenefits\n\nWe are a UK-based not-for-profit organisation with the global vision of helping every child to be an inventor. We are enabling children around the world to get creative with technology and invent in school, in clubs and at home! The micro:bit is a handheld, fully programmable computer that has already been given to every Year 7 child across the UK. Our mission in the foundation is to take the hardware, and the magical end-to-end experience provided by the online micro:bit editors, and make it available around the rest of the world.\nOne of the greatest benefits of working at micro:bit is knowing that the work you're doing is contributing to something positive, constructive and with beneficial social outcomes.\n\nAll micro:bit Foundation employees may optionally use one (paid!) day per week to go and run activities with micro:bits in schools, clubs and tech camps, or to use micro:bit for outreach projects, demos, and examples.\n\nWe aim to be a responsible downstream of the open source software projects that are used to build the micro:bit: much like a good Linux distribution collates, tests, stabilises and releases combinations of many diverse open source packages, the micro:bit Educational Foundation and the micro:bit community present micro:bit users with a stable, tested release of all the things you need to make the unique and productive end-to-end micro:bit experience.\nWere a small organisation with a large audience and reach. We thrive on creative problem solving and are open to new ideas and solutions. This gives each individual the chance to have enormous impact, as well as ensuring that your days will be diverse and the challenges complex.


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Education Board Technology -The Board Company


closed

python

 

dev

 

teaching

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\nThe Python Engineer will be a member of the Advisory Board's Performance Technologies Software Product Development team and will be deeply involved in the full product life cycle of multiple applications and the supporting data architecture. This individual will be a part of a team working on developing the next generation of technology for the higher education industry.\n\nWhat You'll Be Doing:\n\n\n* Working with product managers and other stakeholders to get clarification on business requirements and then implementing solutions including code development and database design\n\n* Ensuring high-quality solutions by implementing unit tests and supporting the creation and design of integration, load and user acceptance tests\n\n* Working in concert with senior and junior developers to build complex rule-based evaluation and processing solutions\n\n* Working with senior developers to architect and implement said solutions\n\n* Support operations by identifying, researching and resolving performance and production issues\n\n\n


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LightSail Education


closed

dev

 

dot net

 

c

 

c plus plus

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\nLightSail (www.lightsailed.com) is an exciting startup in the education space.  Our multiple award-winning team is looking for top talent to join us on our ride to success!\n\nOur development team has centers in Cape Town, South Africa (Rondebosch) and Israel (Beit Shemesh).  Ideally we want new developers to work full time in our offices, but for a truly exceptional candidate we will consider allowing work from home elsewhere with occasional travel required to Cape Town.


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Faria Education Group


closed

teaching

 

admin

 

engineer

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\nSite Reliability Engineers are hybrid systems and software engineers who are responsible for and take ownership of reliability, automation, and other issues related to 'keeping the lights on' across Farias multi-product SaaS systems stack.\n\nSREs are integrated within the Technical Operations team and work under the Head of Technical Operations and with the CTO and Principal Developers. We are looking for engineers who want to be a part of developing infrastructure software, maintaining it and scaling it. \n\nBenefits\n\n * 50k-60k / year, negotiable\n * Dedicated AWS account (or bare metal servers, per your choice) for infrastructure automation testing, development and general learning.\n * Retina MacBook Pro or another laptop of your specification, peripherals and displays included.\n * Health care.\n * Books, library & conference budget.\n * Remote-friendly.\n \n\n\n\nLOCATION\nThis is a 100% remote job. The ideal candidate will be in GMT-8 timezone (Pacific Coast) or prepared to have daily availability during GMT-8 business hours. Because of the nature of SRE work you should also be prepared for on-call shifts and potential 'all hands on deck' situations at any hour of the day or night. Minimizing those situations is part of your job!\n\n\n\nPlease note: Due to a high volume of applicants, only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.


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Edukey Education


closed

full stack

 

php

 

engineer

 
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\nWe are a successful EdTech company, making great software for school teachers & finding innovative ways to solve real problems that teachers are facing in the classroom. To continue doing that at ever increasing pace, we are looking for a full stack software engineer to join us.\n\nLocation\n\nWe are more than happy for you to work from home, however availability for physical meetings in the UK (Edinburgh or Pembrokeshire, Wales) is essential. We would also prefer someone in a similar timezone.


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Sessionwire Communications


closed
Vancouver, BC, Canada

meteor js

 

react

 

music

 

non tech

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\nOur product brings together some of the most exciting web-based technologies to provide users with a game-changing online music production experience. Current features include live speech, video, text, a high quality audio stream exclusively for music and remote control of recording software.\n\n#Location\nVancouver, BC, Canada


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LightSail Education


closed

javascript

 

teaching

 

angularjs

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\nWe are looking for a senior consultant/mentor to help jump-start our new Angular 2 project.\nThe time required is approximately 2 - 4 hours a week (negotiable).\nThis is not a coding or a team-lead position; the consultant is required to mentor to existing team lead, and therefore must be an expert in the fields listed under 'Skills & Requirements'.


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The Walt Disney Company


closed

javascript

 

react

 

engineer

 

web dev

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\nDisney is looking for contract Android engineer to help create a next generation of consumer video consumption product. We are building a product that will reach millions of people and you will get to work with all of the amazing Disney theatrical content like Star Wars, Pixar, Marvel, Disney Classics and a lot more.\n\nThis is a full-time, remote, contract opportunity for six months available to US and Canadian residents only. Please do not apply if you live outside of the US and Canada. Occasional travel to the Los Angeles area may be required. There is a good likelihood the position will extend beyond six months if things go well.\n\nPlease include links to the apps you have worked on, links to any OSS code you may have, and your hourly rate in your application.


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EduLift


verified closed
Oxford

meteor js

 

part time

 

dev

 

javascript

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\n\n#Location\nOxford


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Hubro Education


closed
Trondheim, Norway

meteor js

 

react

 

game dev

 

dev

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\nYou have preferably a few years of Meteor development under your belt, and have used React in a Meteror project to great effect. You care about clean code and good practices, and is able to share your knowledge as well as improving yourself. More important than this though, is the cultural fit with the company over time. In the end, we are looking for someone who can work with us over a longer period.\n\n#Location\nTrondheim, Norway


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Hubro Education


closed
Trondheim, Norway

meteor js

 

full time

 

react

 

front end

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\nYou have preferably a few years of Meteor development under your belt, and have used React in a Meteror project to great effect. You care about clean code and good practices, and is able to share your knowledge as well as improving yourself. You are also creative, and able to come up with designs and solutions by reflecting on the problem. More important than this though, is the cultural fit with the company over time. In the end, we are looking for someone who can work with us over a longer period.\n\n#Location\nTrondheim, Norway


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Education Board - Performance Technologies


closed

front end

 

dev

 

senior

 
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\nWhat You’ll Be Doing:\n\n\n* Aid in the development of solutions that support consistent information architecture, taxonomies, visual standards, interaction patterns, and use cases across multiple applications\n\n* Review designs, document front-end technical specifications, and provide time estimates for the implementation of features/fixes\n\n* Convert production mockups to quality HTML5 Applications for multiple enterprise software products\n\n* Self-start and steward your implementations through the software development process ensuring you champion the standards of the UX team in every development challenge\n\n* Follow common sustainable page design, management, and development methodologies\n\n* Perform testing at the page & source for presentation layer defects\n\n\n


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Organization for Educational Technology and Curriculum


closed

full stack

 

web dev

 

dev

 
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\nOETC is looking for a Full Stack Web Developer to join our Design and Development team. The Design and Development team is responsible for thoughtfully designing, constructing and maintaining the applications through which OETC empowers educational institutions—in particular the OETC store, an e-commerce application that supports the technology purchasing process.\n\nOur Design and Development team is based in the Portland metro area and abroad. OETC offers a flexible work environment with both in-office and remote options. Our primary goal is to hire talented individuals regardless of location, but our secondary goal is to build up our local team.\n\nKey Responsibilities \n\n\n* End-to-end project development: develop, test, deploy, maintain.\n\n* Design and deploy secure, stable and high-performance web services and applications.\n\n\n\n\nBenefits\n\nAt OETC, we foster a personal, team-oriented environment and a culture that values work-life balance. OETC employees enjoy flexible hours; a full benefits package; and paid maternity and paternity leave, sick leave and vacation time.\n\n\n* Health care, including dental, vision, and primary, for employee and family\n\n* Employer contributing retirement—OETC contributes 15% of employee gross salary in SEP IRA\n\n* Disability and life insurance\n\n* Paid maternity and paternity leave\n\n* Monthly internet and phone stipend\n\n* Professional development opportunities\n\n* Employee scholarships for continued education\n\n* Loans to purchase personal technology\n\n* Personalized IT\n\n\n


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BuzzBird


verified closed

javascript

 

react

 

engineer

 

front end

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\nWho we are\n\nBuzzBird is the #1 platform for influencer marketing automation. We connect branded companies and social media influencers, and in order to progress further, we’re looking for front-end engineers (m/f/other) to work with Javascript/React.\n\nWhat you’ll be dealing with\n\n\n* The stack is functional, however there exists almost no legacy code since we’ve thus far been rewriting the front-end (in PHP) step by step with each new feature.\n\n* To do so, we use a state of the art Javascript development process loaded on a component basis, along with linting, guidelines and tests.\n\n* The stack is comprised of React and Redux on an ES2015 basis. The most essential modules are: react-intl, redux-form, ImmutableJS. You should be familiar with these.\n\n* For the front-end workflow we rely on: SCSS, SVG, Gulp and Webpack.\n\n* We run tests using AVA / Enzyme and Nightwatch.\n\n* We squash merges in GIT. You should be able to resolve conflicts that may arise.\n\n* The work is in the field of social media / marketing (YouTube, Instagram, Facebook,…) – So you should have at least a slight interest in this area.\n\n\n\n\nWe’re currently seeking multiple engineers. When it comes to team setup, we’re looking for senior level full time employees. What’s of utmost importance is that you possess a strong command of React and Redux, are able to begin on short notice and have a moderate availability.\n\nHow to proceed\n\nIf the stack and the circumstances work for you, you can apply directly by sending your application to [email protected]\n\nApplication Checklist: \n\n\n* Brief résumé: Who are you? What have you worked on so far? Using which technology?\n\n* Tell us about your project experience with React and Redux!\n\n* Have you ever contributed to Open Source Projects?\n\n* Your conditions: What’s your idea of an ideal salary?\n\n* Your approximate availability and how many days per week you’d like to work and from where you want to work.\n\n* And most importantly: When can you start?\n\n\n\n\nMeeting in person:\n\nIf your preferences and formal skills fit the profile, we’ll meet in person. Preferably face to face, if you live in Berlin. Otherwise we can first conduct a Skype interview and invite you to come to Berlin afterwards.\n\nOnboarding:\n\nOnce we’ve agreed upon your conditions and everything else suits both sides, you’ll receive 1-2 weeks of boot camp training on-site here in Berlin (we’ll bear the costs).  Afterwards you’ll be able to work from wherever you like. We communicate using Slack and Trello. If you live in Berlin, you’re free to work in the office, as well.


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MakeMusic


closed

teaching

 

music

 

non tech

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\nJoin the team that is transforming music technology\n\nMakeMusic is seeking a Senior Software Engineer, Back-End Billing Systems.\n\nSmartMusic is award-winning interactive music software that provides a deliberate practice environment for students in band, orchestra, and choir. With a subscription to SmartMusic, students have unlimited access to the world’s largest accompaniment library for all ages and skill levels, which includes thousands of pieces of music.\n\nThe MakeMusic Web Team is responsible for creating public and private facing infrastructure and functionality. We strive to enable music teachers and students to connect in our applications and rapidly improve their knowledge and skill. To do so, we are working to continuously expand our end-to-end platform of: account management, subscription, content creation toolset, and financial processing systems into a seamless experience.\n\nAs a developer on this team, you will primarily focus on the back-end billing infrastructure within our systems. From subscription management and payment gateway integration, RevRec automation (NetSuite), to custom financial reporting tools (internal and external) and more; you will take ownership of the detail-focused financial aspect of the team’s responsibilities.\n\nYou will work within our entire back-end stack, including AWS infrastructure, MS SQL, Redis and external systems using C#, ASP.NET WebAPI and other technologies. Third party financial providers include Avalara, Braintree, and NetSuite.\n\nLastly, we look to you to join (and potentially lead) a company-wide Community of Practice focused on back-end billing systems that crosses lines of business. In the long term, you will have the opportunity to refactor and abstract MakeMusic’s systems into modules that are reusable and shareable across other lines of business, existing or new.


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Compass Education Group


closed

dev

 

engineer

 

teaching

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\nDo you enjoy working on a small team where you can have a significant impact? Are you willing to maintain a legacy .NET software stack in exchange for our open-mindedness on the best technologies to use for new initiatives going forward? Do you do your best work in an environment with sane timelines, a stable roadmap, and business owners who will seek out and appreciate your input? If so, we'd love to hear from you. \n\nWe have a smooth-running application built in the .NET framework which runs every aspect of our education business. Our 'Compass Points' web-based data management system connects office staff, tutors, and clients in a paperless environment, handling client intake, communication, billing, testing, and feedback. Instructors have an online center for lesson scheduling, notes, timesheets, and payroll.  We need a seasoned developer who can help to maintain the system and complete essential updates and extensions within the current framework. Our goal is to thoughtfully refactor and modernize this system over time. \n\nWe also seek to build out new functionality, including mobile-optimized sites for our instructors and clients as well as integrating and white-labeling tools to continue improving our delivery of web-based tutoring services.  These new initiatives are typically best served with different technology, so we seek someone who enjoys, and has experience with, weighing options and discussing such decisions. Recent modernization efforts include upgrading a smaller .NET application to Express and a pending migration to cloud infrastructure.  \n\nA good estimate is 25% of your time would be spent on the legacy .NET platform and 75% on new initiatives. You would be part of a small full-time team on the development side, collaborating regularly with the business owners and leaders of our operations, product/curricula, and marketing teams. We are growing our team and its capabilities at a steady, deliberate pace.  


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Sunstone Technologies Oy


closed

teaching

 

web dev

 

dev

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\nWe are looking for a dynamic and skilled web dev champion to join our flexible edutech startup team. When we say flexible, we mean flexible. If you were born with the fire at your fingertips, you used your whole childhood hacking apps, and your mother did not get you because you were talking her Java and Klingon, then you are just the right kind of a digital pathfinder we desperately want.We offer you a chance to work from home. If you insist to do your magic at the office instead, then you need to be located in Finland metropolitan area - unless you are willing to commute miles to the office and back.To find more about our software you would check the sites: www.skuugo.com  and www.skuugo.fi .


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EduLift


verified closed

meteor js

 

dev

 

javascript

 

meteor js

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Dropsource


closed

dev

 
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\nThe Developer Educator’s primary role is to ensure Dropsource users have all the educational and support materials they need to achieve their goals. As a Developer Educator at Dropsource, you will create different forms of content to enable Dropsource developers to build amazing native apps and have fun doing it. To accomplish your mission, you’ll work with our Product and Marketing teams to develop several types of educational resources including documentation, plugins, code examples, and even sample apps that help Dropsource users get started, build, troubleshoot, and launch their apps. The developer educator will be responsible for creating and maintaining our user manual, developer docs, how-­to articles, video tutorials, and webinars. You will also interact directly with our user base on our help center forums.\n\nAbout You:\n\nYou're already an extremely capable writer, able to clearly communicate technical subject matter to relevant experts, but also able to distill it down for the average Joe. You're excited to use your background in software development to create helpful content and to build learning experiences that will make it easy and fun to use our mobile development platform. You can empathize with people who are struggling to make a software tool work (perhaps even frustrated) and needs your help. You’re ready to take charge, to set your own goals, and come up with new and creative ways to educate and support the Dropsource developer.\n\nSpecific Initiatives You’ll Work on: \n\n\n* Write and maintain user manual for Dropsource\n\n* Write and maintain developer documentation\n\n* Assist in creating consistent product vocabulary\n\n* Create product walkthroughs and tutorials articles, videos, webinars, plugins, example apps, etc.\n\n* Admin Dropsource community (help center forum)\n\n* Conduct user tests on user manual, developer docs, walkthroughs, and tutorials\n\n* Assist product team in developing roadmap\n\n* Engage with users via customer support portal\n\n\n


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eEducation Albert


closed

full stack

 

dev

 
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\nWe are searching for another member to our start-up family, sharing our vision to revolutionize e-learning. You will be the technical expert in a team with the sole aim to finally turn the negative grade trend for younger Swedish students. With a world-class user experience, design and attractive technologies, we aim to make impact where others have failed. And we do it in a user centred business where we constantly seek the maximum harmony between technology & business.\n\nDo you want a fancy title or have clear job instructions? Then it´s probably better to search elsewhere. We don´t have any of those, we have a vision and every single expert in the team fills a specific role in reaching that vision.\n\nIf you have the ambition and track record to back it up with, you have the opportunity to build a team consisting of world-class developers over time. Our base is Gothenburg, but it´s possible for you to be located within a reasonable travel distance. We provide a competitive compensation based on experience, with possibilities for equity.


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e4education


closed

web dev

 

dev

 
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\nIf you are a mid-level or experienced developer who is after a new challenge we have an amazing opportunity for you to join our Futures Team. Whether you have experience in PHP or .Net we would like to hear from you.  \n\ne4education is located in Peterborough, Cambridgeshire, although relocation or part-week remote working packages will be carefully considered for any suitable applicants.\n\ne4education currently have a suite of existing products and are about to embark on an exciting set of developments for the future. You will not necessarily be working solely on any one project and will be expected to perform maintenance fixes and enhancements to existing products, along with developing new products as required.\n\nWe need a developer who is able to listen to a set of requirements and create an accurate development specification and timeline. We are also looking for someone who is able to offer a good understanding of front-end technologies and is able to demonstrate abilities in that area.\n\n You should be someone who is passionate about development, someone who codes in their spare time and is hungry for knowledge. You should be keen to learn new technologies and keep abreast of advancements in the technology sector. You should also be someone who is keen to pass on your knowledge to others, there are no islands in e4education and we have an ethos of knowledge sharing across the business.


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www.votedujour.com


closed
France

meteor js

 

exec

 

javascript

 

meteor js

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\n\n\n\n#Location\nFrance


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Surgent Professional Education


closed

teaching

 

product manager

 

exec

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\nSurgent is expanding its technology team with the addition of a product manager that will be responsible for all of Surgent's web properties. Surgent is a fast growing company in the CPA CPE education market. We are looking for a energetic, self-motivated team member who can help us drive our web properties forward in the ultra-competitive landscape of CPE. The project manager would be responsible for execution of our web properties and all projects related to them. They will manage our development partner vendor relationships and ensure we are moving forward against our timelines. Web properties include E-commerece platform, e-learning delivery platform, and customer portals. Industry knowledge of CPE or continuing education is NOT required. E-commerce and web analytics is a huge plus!


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Surgent Professional Education


closed

teaching

 

dev

 
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\nSurgent is expanding its technology team with the addition of TWO Senior .Net Developers that will be responsible for working on development of our next generation learning platform for our CPA Review division. Surgent is a fast growing company in the CPA CPE education market. We are looking for energetic, self-motivated team members who can help us create and continue to deliver innovative solutions to our customers. Industry knowledge of CPA Review or CPE is NOT required.\n\nThese Senior .NET Developers will be part of the team responsible for designing, developing and troubleshooting high performance and high availability web applications using C#, SQL Server, EF, ASP.NET, HTML/CSS, Bootstrap, JavaScript and jQuery technologies to meet the company's strategic objectives. They will be  responsible for adhering to Surgent's .NET and JavaScript development frameworks and best practices. In addition, a critical part of the Senior .NET developers' role will be supporting and contributing to Surgent's Agile development process.\n\nThis role is a contract-to-hire position with the initial contract being 9 months. Surgent is based out of Devon PA, with employees all across the U.S. This role allows for telecommuting with very minimal travel required.


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Hubro Education


closed
Trondheim, Norway

meteor js

 

full time

 

game dev

 
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\n\n\nYou will be working on the next version of our business simulation, and related services. You get to work on the tasks you find most interesting, whether that be back end, front end or both,  and use the development tools of your choice to get the job done.\n\n#Location\nTrondheim, Norway


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Noodle Education


closed

teaching

 

engineer

 

dev

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\nAre you a perfectionist? Do you like to preoccupy yourself with difficult problems? Are you the kind who will not sleep until a problem is solved not just correctly, but also elegantly?\n\nNoodle is a different kind of educational technology company. We want to provide people with transformative experiences when it comes to managing something we do everyday: learning. We cannot do it alone. We cannot do it overnight. And we need a hand.\n\nAnd so we are looking for a different kind of programmer, particularly someone with a strong background in mathematics and computer science. Your primary task will be to write high-quality code. While you may have dabbled in many different languages, you must have a deep expertise in at least one. If you are fluent in F#, OCaml or another functional language, we would love to hear from you.\n\nWe seek those who are quick to see connections between concepts that others miss. Those who have the ability to filter specious information and apply uncommon sense to some uncommon problems, thereby creating mathematical and algorithmic patterns of great beauty. When it comes to painting the fence, you are Daniel-san, not Tom Sawyer.


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DataRobot


closed

data science

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\nDataRobot has collected a few of the best and brightest Data Scientists in the world and we want to share our knowledge. To do so, DataRobot is building a world class educational training organization to deliver an advanced training in Data Science industry. Our Data Science Educator will play a key role in the distributing data science knowledge within the world, developing training program that can ensure the success of DataRobot education department’s success. You will work closely with data science experts and top kagglers to design the curriculum, content, and exercises for DataRobot’s education offerings. \n\nKey duties and responsibilities\n\n\n* Develop and maintain and teach training courses for employees, prospects, customers, partners and university students\n\n* Rapidly develop exercises for training modules, presentations, and accompanying materials for effective learning solutions\n\n* Develop a thorough understanding of our product, learning the product functionality inside and out.\n\n* Learn how the product is being sold, deployed, and used by customers.\n\n* Assist our Director of Education Services / Lead Curriculum Developer to employ instructional design principles appropriate to the audience and work environment specified.\n\n* Network with Universities\n\n\n


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Twilio


closed

dev

 
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\nAs a Developer Educator at Twilio, your job is to challenge and empower Twilio developers to build incredible web and native apps that make communication better. To accomplish this mission, we'll develop educational resources, tools, and sample code that help developers get started and get finished with their Twilio application.\n\nAbout you:\n\nNot every developer can get excited about documentation! But you're different - you understand the importance of great documentation. You're ready to hone your writing skills to create concise, accurate, and useful content. You're excited to use your skills as a developer to envision and build learning experiences that have never been seen before. You want to set a new bar for documentation, and create delightful learning experiences that serve your fellow developers.\n\nAbout the job:\n\nWe are looking for a resourceful technologist who is equal parts software developer and teacher. Writing, creative, time management, and organizational skills will also be critical. You will be an integral part of Twilio’s Developer Education team as we reset developers' expectations for amazing documentation.\n\nResponsibilities: \n\nYou will work on:\n\n\n* Authoring technical content and documentation for twilio.com, our blog, and other places developers are looking for resources on how to build apps with Twilio.\n\n* Managing external contributors as we build out a large library of technical content that will serve developers across multiple languages and platforms.\n\n* Shipping high quality code for some of the most critical components of twilio.com.  Twilio users will interact with your code on the website every day.\n\n* Writing production-ready sample applications that developers could put into service right away, demonstrating key Twilio use cases like two-factor authentication, call centers, and notifications.\n\n* Creating tests and automation infrastructure to make sure our code samples are always accurate and up to date.\n\n* Building command line and graphical authoring tools and utilities for our own internal use, as well as open source projects that will help move the entire state of the art forward for developer education.\n\n* Defining and creating the future of developer education as we create productive and delightful learning experiences for our developer community.\n\n\n


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Front Row Education


closed

teaching

 

senior

 

engineer

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\nSenior Web Engineer to work as part of a very small, tight-knit, world-class team of engineers with a track record of rapidly delivering valuable software to millions of users. Front Row is one of the world's leading Haskell web development teams, serving millions of users with an engineering team that can fit around one desk. We're heavy Postgres users, fans of AWS + Ansible for infrastructure and all-in on react.js + Flow for the frontend.\n\n\nYou will be designing and developing new applications and distributed systems for the Front Row ecosystem in Haskell, Flow, PostgreSQL, Ansible and many others. As a startup engineer, you will get to work on your deliverable end-to-end, from the UX to the deployment logic.\n\n\nYou will be improving, refining and coming up with new workflows for delivering quality software on time and without incurring debt.\n\n\nYou will be working closely with Front Row educators, product managers, customer support representatives and sales professionals to help the business move fast and efficiently through relentless automation.\n\n\nYou will be contributing back to the Open Source community. We believe that our advanced tools and knowledge are not meant to be locked in academia, and that Front Row will be at the front of a movement towards writing quality software without sacrificing speed or development joy.\n\n\nYou will be growing as a team player and engineer. Front Row developers continuously exchange knowledge and train each other. You will be receiving weekly mentoring from the team, and the team will need your feedback as well to continuously improve.


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Ed Tech Company


closed

teaching

 

engineer

 

full stack

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\nDescription\n\nPanorama is on a mission to radically improve student outcomes by helping educators act on data. Our engineers are changing history way beyond git rebase -i. Our platform reaches thousands of schools serving millions of students and helps educators collect and analyze data to improve their practice. The engineering team is involved in every step of the product cycle, working closely with many other teams (and our users!) to brainstorm and build solutions to education’s toughest problems.\n\nSure, we have strong technical chops, but we make sure to constantly challenge ourselves and grow. From lunchtime guest talks and weekly book clubs to hackathons and open-source projects (both in the office and outside it), we try to improve ourselves as we help schools around the world do the same.\n\nIn this role, you will:\n\n\n* Work on fascinating and challenging problems, like:\n\n\n\n* Learning recommendation engines that correlate educator data with community-generated content.\n\n* Optical mark recognition infrastructure capable of processing millions of sheets of paper per day.\n\n* Novel data visualizations that uncover insights from school districts’ dizzying variety of data sets.\n\n\n\n* Design, write, test, review, debug, deploy, and occasionally be frustrated by code.\n\n* Never put developer ease or convenience over making a difference to the millions of students we serve.\n\n\n


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MIDAS Education


closed

senior

 

ui

 

engineer

 
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\nYou will make an impact on education by helping us design and build cutting edge web products with .  We need help modernizing our existing product, as well as designing and developing the platform for our next generation of offerings.  Your contributions will be immediate, working directly with senior leadership to set us on pace for success.  You will be working remotely in a high-paced (but exciting) environment, delivering best-of-breed solutions with smart and talented colleagues.\n\nIn addition to the rewarding work and exciting environment, we offer generous benefits including 401k, flexible vacation schedule, and health insurance reimbursement.\n\nWe know you'll be successful if:\n\n\n* You’re a self starter who knows how to prioritize and get things done.\n\n* You’re always improving, constantly asking “how can this be better?”\n\n* You have a commitment to quality, and don’t mind a little hard work to get there.\n\n* You understand “technical debt”, and know how to prevent it from accumulating.\n\n\n


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MIDAS Education


closed

teaching

 

engineer

 

front end

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\nYou will make an impact on education by helping us build user interfaces that are smooth like butter.  We need help modernizing our existing product, as well as designing and developing the platform for our next generation of offerings.  Your contributions will be immediate, working directly with senior leadership to set us on pace for success.You will be working remotely in a high-paced (but exciting) environment, delivering best-of-breed solutions with smart and talented colleagues.\n\n\n\nWe know you'll be successful if:\n\n\n* You’re a self starter who knows how to prioritize and get things done.\n\n* You’re always improving, constantly asking “how can this be better?”\n\n* You have a commitment to quality, and don’t mind a little hard work to get there.\n\n* You understand “technical debt”, and know how to prevent it from accumulating.\n\n\n


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MIDAS Education


closed

teaching

 

engineer

 

full stack

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\nYou will make an impact on education by helping develop massively scalable web applications and services in the cloud.  We need help modernizing our existing product, as well as designing and developing the platform for our next generation of offerings.  Your contributions will be immediate, working directly with senior leadership to set us on pace for success.  You will be working remotely in a high-paced (but exciting) environment, delivering best-of-breed solutions with smart and talented colleagues.\n\n\n\nWe Know You'll Be Successful If:\n\n\n* You’re a self starter who knows how to prioritize and get things done.\n\n* You’re always improving, constantly asking “how can this be better?”\n\n* You have a commitment to quality, and don’t mind a little hard work to get there.\n\n* You understand “technical debt”, and know how to prevent it from accumulating. \n\n\n


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Elastic


closed

teaching

 

engineer

 

dev

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\nFounded in 2012 by the people behind the Elasticsearch and Apache Lucene open source projects, Elastic provides real-time insights and makes massive amounts of structured and unstructured data usable for developers and enterprises. By focusing on scalability, ease-of-use, and ease-of-integration, the Elastic ELK stack – comprised of Elasticsearch, Logstash, and Kibana – powers many of the world's leading mobile, social, consumer and business applications. Since its initial release, the ELK stack has achieved more than 20 million cumulative downloads, and today, Elastic is backed by Benchmark Capital, Index Ventures, and NEA with headquarters in Amsterdam and Mountain View, California, and offices and employees around the world.\n\nWe are currently seeking Education Engineers to join Elasticsearch. The successful candidate will be responsible for delivering technical training to our customers as well as helping to create and maintain our curriculum of training courses, which cover Elasticsearch, Logstash, and Kibana.\n\nIf you are an experienced engineer who has seen the good and bad of software development, enjoy helping mentor and share your learned knowledge with others in an engaging manner, and love Elasticsearch and its ecosystem, then please apply and meet our team.\n\nThe right candidate is happy working on your own initiative, and does not require micro-management. Most of the team works remotely, and we are happy to consider you wherever you live. Our main offices in Europe are in Amsterdam and London. Do you want to see the world? Do you want to meet lots of new people and teach engineers how to use Elasticsearch? Come join us at Elastic!\n\nResponsibilities\n\n\n* Becoming an expert in Elastic products, keeping up to date on changes/releases, and relaying that knowledge in the form of content development, training instruction, educational material, meetups, and conferences\n\n* Learning, creating and presenting compelling courses in extremely technical concepts clearly and concisely to large audiences in a way that fully engages our customers\n\n* Able to travel globally 50%\n\n* Collaborate with development teams and engineering to create and update existing course materials and documentation\n\n* Creating new courses, liaising with instructors and other subject matter experts\n\n* Having ability to work on your own initiative with fanatical attention to detail\n\n* Knowledge of curriculum design methodologies\n\n\n


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Coder Consulting UG


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(100% Remote) / Frankfurt Am Main, Germany

meteor js

 

dev

 

javascript

 

meteor js

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\nWorkload: 20-30 hours / week. Project length is about 12 months, minimum commitment is 2 months. 100% Remote work is preferred.\n\n#Location\n(100% Remote) / Frankfurt Am Main, Germany


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Music Prodigy


closed

teaching

 

music

 

engineer

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\nYou will help us build the next generation of an already one-of-a-kind music education experience. Our goal is to provide an unsurpassed music education platform by combining our patented real-time polyphonic pitch recognition method with easy-to-use powerful learning management tools, and world-class content such as popular sheet music from the largest publishers as well as proven curricula from notable institutions and instructors.\n\nYou should be able to work magic in the full-stack, with a heavier emphasis on web technologies like javascript, HTML5, CSS, php, MySQL, AJAX, JSON, node.js, famo.us, XML, MusicXML, Git. You should be able to envision and build never-seen-before, not-yet-in-existence application interfaces that are intuitive and self-service that require little or no user training.\n\nWe have a small, distributed team in multiple time zones so you will work independently and contribute frequently. The team will expect you to build, test and commit your code while staying connected throughout the day via Slack, Google Hangouts, Skype, Uber Conference, Unfuddle, phone, etc.\n\nWe are a fast iteration shop. We prefer to build, release, and gather feedback in short increments. If you embrace the concepts in The Lean Startup and Crossing the Chasm, you’ll enjoy our work-style. We continually seek the input of our users (music teachers and music students), which helps us prioritize features, enhancements, bug fixes, and dev roadmap. We don’t let “perfection” be the enemy of “good enough.” We believe in the right-size solution for the problem — we don’t need a sledgehammer for a nail. We always prefer to get something out sooner and see how users react, rather than spending weeks or longer designing before coding and releasing.\n\nYou’ll work independently, within an all-star team. You’ll have your role and tasks, but you’ll consult and share ideas with the other all-stars. Your work will be integrated into the existing product service. You enjoy being flexible as each new day brings new customer feedback which then re-organizes the team’s priorities. The ideal candidate:\n\n\n* enjoys coding from end-to-end: from writing code that draws a button to creating an intuitive layout to writing an SQL statement that writes to MySQL\n\n* is fluent in javascript, HTML5, CSS and works confidently with php, MySQL, AJAX, JSON\n\n* has learned music, performed music, and/or taught music, and for whom music remains a significant part of life\n\n* quickly learns new things on the fly\n\n* tests own code thoroughly before committing\n\n* commits frequently\n\n* exhibits pride of work\n\n* loves the ability to push changes to the live server so more users can benefit from improvements sooner rather than later\n\n* finds peace in balancing what could be, should be, can be, with will be done\n\n* is comfortable participating on occasion in customer technical support calls when needed to directly hear the customer’s experience\n\n* admires new solutions for old problems and aspires to create them: Uber, AirBnB, Duolingo are good examples where user-first, user-friendly teams created alternative solutions to the status quo and provided new happiness for millions of users\n\n\n


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Studyflow


closed

teaching

 

clojure

 

senior

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\nStudyflow is a driven team of individuals working together to rethink education in a digital age. We are an informal, passionate group that values creativity, hard work and a positive attitude. For us, our time at this company is an opportunity to better ourselves while helping the world. \n\nOur mission is to build the most personal and motivating learning experience in the world. To fulfill this mission, we are looking for passionate Clojure engineers with the drive to contribute to something greater than themselves to join our top-notch Amsterdam based team.\n\nA Challenge\nAs an engineer you will work on impactful and challenging problems. Every day we analyze the input of tens of thousands students, automatically classifying their practice data, using it to serving up personalized learning feeds in real-time using our Clojure and ReactJS based infrastructure.\n\nFor our architecture we use event-sourcing (http://martinfowler.com/eaaDev/EventSourcing.html) and CQRS. To do this, we built our own open-source event-sourcing toolkit for Clojure (https://github.com/rill-event-sourcing/rill). On occasion we host meetups like the Amsterdam Clojure meetup (http://www.meetup.com/The-Amsterdam-Clojure-Meetup-Group/events/222073611/) where we present our findings and progress.


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