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Jilt


Front-end Engineer

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Front-end Engineer


Jilt

verified

javascript

ecommerce

front end

engineer

javascript

ecommerce

front end

engineer

1yr
Hiya 👋We’re the folks at Jilt, an email marketing platform built for eCommerce. We help thousands of stores surprise and delight their customers with automated emails that drive sales. We’re looking for a smart, detail-oriented person to join our team as our first front-end engineer.\n\n**The Role**\n\nYou’ll work closely with your teammates on the engineering team (Justin, Lucas, Hannes, Dani, and Jonathan) to create intuitive & engaging interfaces based on direction from the product team (Beka). While Jilt is built as a traditional Ruby/Rails app, we use Angular (v1) to power our visual email editor and Vue.js for some areas with a lot of dynamic content. You’ll work on both areas and help engineer an incredible user experience.\n\nWhile the majority of your time will be spent focused on the app front-end, we have some features that are powered by JavaScript running on our customer’s stores. This means you’ll be able to flex your defensive programming skills and ensure our code works in harmony with a wide variety of browsers and other 3rd party scripts.\n\nAs our first dedicated front-end engineer, the team will often look to you for advice and direction. You’ll help shape our best practices, decide on frameworks and tooling, and refactor older or underperforming parts of the codebase. You’ll also be responsible for moving your projects forward, communicating your progress and milestones with others, and clearly documenting your work.\n\n**Here are some things you may do on a given day:**\n\n- Write some new JavaScript (with unit tests 😄) to improve part of the onboarding flow\n- Track down a tricky bug in the email editor and develop a hotfix\n- Research and write a pitch to migrate our CSS to a new framework\n- Transform the design for a new part of the UI into HTML / CSS\n\n**On the first day you will:**\n\n- Meet your team and get familiar with how we work\n- Setup your local environment and tooling\n- Commit a small tweak to the codebase and ship it to production\n\n**In the first week you will:**\n\n- Develop, QA, review, and ship a small feature improvement\n- Participate in code review for a teammate’s code\n- Help a team member with fixing a bug\n\n**In the first month you will:**\n\n- Work closely with the product team to ship a large feature\n- Participate in your first support rotation week and help our support team with escalated issues\n- Publish a retrospective on your first large project to share successes & planned improvements for the next project\n\n**You**\n\nYou love writing JavaScript that’s clear, self-documenting, and standards-compliant, whether by itself, alongside jQuery, or as part of a JS framework like Vue, Angular, or React. You believe in combining JS with beautiful & semantic HTML / CSS and are comfortable with supersets like CoffeeScript and templating languages like Slim. You’re also comfortable with Ruby / Rails and can move seamlessly between working on the back-end code that produces the data you need for front-end interactions.\n\nYou love beautiful design and working with others to transform concepts into real-world interfaces that are a joy to use. You love keeping up-to-date with the latest best practices and tools, and are constantly tweaking and improving the way you work.\n\nYou’re excited to solve engineering challenges in the most pragmatic way possible, and most importantly, you keep the end user in mind and love getting feedback from customers to help improve our products.\n\nFinally, you can’t wait to join a small team that loves their work as much as you do, affords the opportunity to work on challenging & interesting projects, continuously learn and improve, and constantly ship your work. You’re an excellent writer and can communicate effectively whether drafting up a bug report, chatting in Slack, or editing a wiki page. You know that code is about communication and explaining your thought process clearly goes hand-in-hand.\n\nOur team is fully remote and stays in touch primarily via Slack and weekly check-ins over Zoom. That said, we believe spending time together is important — availability for 1-2 company-paid [team trips](https://jilt.com/blog/remote-team-retreat-2018/) per year is necessary.\n\nThis is a full-time, salaried position, but hours are flexible. We know your work will speak for itself with commits, issues closed, and wiki edits.\n\n**Here are some benefits we're happy to offer to our team members:**\n\n- Competitive salary\n- Annual incentive for meeting team and company goals\n- 27 days of paid time-off, in addition to 2 company holidays (SkyVerge Day in March, Founders Day in June 😀)\n- Medical, Dental, and Vision insurance for US and Canadian residents and their families (reimbursements for comparable care for non-US/Canadian residents)\n- 401k/RRSP Retirement plan with 4% company match for US/Canadian residents (contributions to comparable plans for non-US/Canadian residents)\n- 8 weeks paid parental leave for new mothers and fathers\n- Work flexible hours from anywhere that has a reliable internet connection\n- Tools (hardware/software) to help you be productive\n- Allowance for professional growth (books, courses, conferences)\n- Home office or co-working allowance\n- A Kindle to help you keep learning\n\n*We support workplace diversity and do not discriminate on any protected class. We believe when we work together as a team of different views, experiences, and ideas, we can build amazing things.* \n\n# Requirements\nPlease apply directly through the link below. Applications accepted through **August 31st.**

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Stats (beta): 👁 1,079 views,✍️ 0 applied (0%)
[Series Eight](http://serieseight.com/) is a small, remote digital product studio with a team spanning across the UK and Europe. We are design driven — bringing motion and experience to desktop and mobile.\n\nWe are are at an exciting stage in our development, having made it through our formative years (with a few awards in tow 🏆) we are ready to put down some roots, define our processes, build a culture and create a world class fully remote team.\n\n**Looking for:**\n\nWe are looking for a Senior Front-End/Full-Stack Developer to lead this next stage. Someone that is excited to help shape our company, to create the conditions for our developers to grow, and that doesn’t mind getting their hands dirty building out challenging projects for interactive startups.\n\n- You know and love the basics: semantic HTML and pure CSS (SCSS)\n\n- You dream about Javascript and have experience with a framework or two (VUEJS, REACTJS)\n\n- Your sites load lightning fast ⚡\n\n- You know Git pretty well\n\n- You are a positive person and enjoy communicating with both team members and clients\n\n- You love to learn\n\n**Bonus points:**\n\n- You enjoy bringing sites to life using CSS animation/animation libraries\n\n- Laravel / PHP\n\nYou have open-source code on your Github profile\n\nYou have CMS experience — we currently use [Craft](http://craftcms.com/), [Statamic](https://statamic.com/) and [Shopify](https://www.shopify.com/)\n\n**Perks:**\n\n- Remote team building events\n\n- Personal time for personal projects\n\n- A budget for learning\n\n\n**Salary** 💰\n\n- €38-50k\n\n**Wanna join?** 🤓\n\nSend over your CV with a little about yourself to [[email protected]](mailto:[email protected]) and sample code of your best project.

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Stats (beta): 👁 1,039 views,✍️ 0 applied (0%)
Basics of the front-end developer position:\n+ You’d be developing custom WordPress sites. We believe in coding custom sites from scratch and we hope you do too.\n+ You’d be in charge of technical support tickets as they come into Teamwork. Delegation, client communication, and team support are key aspects of this responsibility.\n+ You’d be communicating with the team regularly. We use Slack for regular communication and Basecamp for project management. There are occasionally some video chats we’ll need to do either via video chat.\n\nJOB BENEFITS:\n+ You can work from anywhere. No moving for a job involved. If you’re happy where you are, stay there. If you’re unhappy, move somewhere new. This job will go with you.\n+ You decide what you want your hours to be for projects. For technical support, we can discuss what time would be best for that support work. You will need to communicate with the team regularly.\n+ You get paid on a per project basis for full-scale projects and hourly for technical support work. \n\nSKILLS & REQUIREMENTS:\nYou should have a solid understanding of WordPress, SASS, CSS, PHP and Javascript. You should have experience coding WordPress themes, from scratch. If you’re familiar with Shopify, even better as we do have some simple projects coming up for that platform.\n\nOther skills:\n+ You know how to work with Woocommerce.\n+ You’ve used Advanced Custom Fields before (we use this on many projects).\n+ You understand how to work with cPanels, update databases directly, and are confident migrating + websites to new hosts.\nYou can troubleshoot when a site has been hacked or simply been broken by a client who has gone too far in code.\n\nThis job IS for you if:\n+ You believe the best code is clean, simple, and well-organized.\n+ You are detailed oriented and meticulous. You get letter spacing, fonts, and column widths right. And you’ll even make sure the site ends up with custom favicon.\n+ You get projects done on time (or early).\n+ You are honest and have no tolerance for drama.\n+ You like working on projects for soulful and creative entrepreneurs.\n+ You can handle a workload of at least 1-2 custom projects per month. Projects vary in length, taking anywhere between 10 and 30 hours (for a skilled developer), with some larger ones taking longer.\n+ You are comfortable using Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop to gather information from designs for development.\n+ You can commit to the position for at least nine months.\n\nOur ideal candidate is a developer who has an exacting aesthetic eye and the ability to make things so intuitive that the non savvy user can feel comfortable editing.\n\nThis job IS NOT for you if:\n+ You are repeatedly late getting work done.\n+ You dislike or have problems with regular communication.\n+ You prefer to start out with a pre-made theme with page builders for website development.\n+ You often miss details.\n+ You think that a 28px margin is the same thing as a 25px margin. Or that Helvetica is the same thing as Open Sans.\n\nMost projects last between 2 and 5 weeks, depending upon the size of the project and the client feedback process.

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ezerus


Front End Engineer for Ecommerce Project

verified
sydney

Front End Engineer for Ecommerce Project


ezerus

sydney verified

meteor js

front end

engineer

ecommerce

meteor js

front end

engineer

ecommerce

sydney2yr

Stats (beta): 👁 772 views,✍️ 0 applied (0%)
\nWe are building a an e-commerce platform for cars. \n\n#Location\n- sydney

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Ice.com


Front End Designer Developer

Front End Designer Developer


Ice.com


javascript

css

html

stats

javascript

css

html

stats

4yr

Stats (beta): 👁 926 views,✍️ 0 applied (0%)
\nAbout us:\nOur mission is to use software and analytics to bring transparency to the opaque world of jewelry, a $80b and growing market.\nWe acquired the domain name (Ice.com) a year ago (it is unrelated to the previous company).  What makes us unique vs. other jewelry e-commerce companies is that we're a marketplace - which means our capital goes towards building IP and acquiring/retaining users. \nA few reasons why you should be interested in this opportunity:\n* \nThe jewelry industry is a fragmented, $80B market (in the US alone), growing at 5%+ annually, that software has yet to disrupt. \n* \nYou will be joining an awesome team led by Brandon Proctor (founding CMO of one of the largest e-commerce retailers, Build.com) and Justin Yoshimura (3x exits). \n* \nWe are extremely data driven and technology/software is in our DNA. You won't be a second class citizen here, guaranteed. \n* \nWe don't have time for assholes or politics. \n* \nCompetitive compensation package including stock options in a high growth VC backed start-up (Crosslink, Maveron, Khosla, Quest, Polaris). \n* \nSmall (17 person) and agile team. \n\n\nWhat you'll be doing:\n* \nOwning front-end product design and development.\n* \nWriting clean, efficient, and well-documented code in HTML, CSS, Javascript.\n* \nA/B testing design changes to make sure the changes are not just beautiful, but also functional.\n* \nLearning and owning much of the a/b testing and targeting environment using Adobe target (best in class enterprise solution).\n\n\nSkills and Requirements:\n* \n2+ years of HTML, CSS, JavaScript, and AJAX experience. Familiarity with Django preferred but not necessary. \n* \nPassionate about design.\n* \nAgile and experiment-driven.\n* \nExperience in design best practices but understanding that best practices don't always convert. \n\n

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