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America's Test Kitchen



πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡Έ US
 
πŸ’° $100k - $120k

engineer

 

es6

 

America's Test Kitchen is hiring a Remote Lead Front End Developer

America's Test Kitchen is seeking a seasoned front-end developer responsible for leading our next.js/react based application efforts by building and maintaining applications that integrate with a variety of APIs. Your primary responsibility will be to design and develop these applications, and to coordinate with the rest of the team working on different layers of the infrastructure. Thus, a commitment to collaborative problem solving, sophisticated design, and building quality products is essential.\n\nOur ideal candidate has 5+ years of ES6, Node, and React experience. Additionally, the ideal candidate loves to continuously learn and apply new technology to interesting challenges.\n\n**Responsibilities:**\n\n* Design, build and maintain efficient, reusable, and reliable React codeΒ \n* Ensure the best possible performance, quality, and responsiveness of the applications\n* Identify bottlenecks and bugs, and devise solutions to these problems\n* Work with 3rd party applications and vendors\n* Help maintain code quality, organization, and automation.\n* Work closely with QA, Product, Marketing, and Design team members to iteratively improve upon key aspects of our business\n\n**Skills:**\n\n* Good understanding of the syntax of ES6, Node, and React along with their nuances\n* Solid understanding of Styled Components\n* Familiarity with concepts of MVC, Mocking, ORM, and RESTful\n* Strong background in working with APIs both as the client and the service\n* Experience with popular front end web application frameworks\n* A knack for writing clean, readable code\n* Experience with both external and embedded databases (Postgres, Redis, etc)\n* Understanding of fundamental design principles behind a scalable application\n* Implementation of automated testing platforms and unit tests\n* Proficient understanding of code versioning tools (ex. Git, Mercurial or SVN)\n* Familiarity with continuous integration\n* Ability to thrive in a highly collaborative, remote team environment (we spend a lot of time on Google * Meet/Hangouts and Slack screen sharing)\n* Bonus points: Experience with GraphQL, NGINX, Heroku, and Algolia\n\nWe are a largely remote teamΒ that also leaves the door open at our beautiful space in the Seaport District, should you be looking for a change in workplace scenery.\n\nHard work and a love for your craft are paired with:\n\n* Competitive compensation\n* Excellent work-life balance\n* Strong mostly-remote engineering team with lots of experience and tenure at ATK\n* An open mind towards new and emerging technologies\n* A lot of free cookbooks\n* Not to mention, an impressive collection of custom slack emojis\n\n**Why America’s Test Kitchen:**\n\nWe're passionate about cooking, and about creating the best place to work. We're small enough for your ideas to make a big impact, and large enough to offer you opportunities to grow professionally at any stage of your career. We want you to take risks and make mistakes β€” that's how innovation happens in our test kitchen, in our offices, and in life.\n\nWe atΒ America’s Test KitchenΒ believe food media can be a powerful force for social change. We are passionate about building an inclusive workforce that represents many different cultures, backgrounds, abilities, identities, and perspectives.\nWe welcome your application. \n\n#Salary and compensation\n$100,000 — $120,000/year\n\n\n#Location\nπŸ‡ΊπŸ‡Έ US


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Virtual Pricing Director

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Uk
 
πŸ’° $90k - $130k

react js

 

typescript


Virtual Pricing Director is hiring a Remote Senior Lead Front End Engineer

Virtual Pricing Director is hiring a remote Front-End Engineer - working in JavaScript/TypeScript, React and, optionally, Node.js - to design and implement UIs, dashboards and front-end solutions for our new modular Legal Tech products.\n\nOur software empowers a wide audience within law firms to swiftly produce consistently high quality data-driven pricing proposals that profitably deliver on clients expectations of pricing transparency and pricing certainty. We achieve this with a best in class data management and workflow platform, and a compelling focus on UI/UX.\n\nWe have a proven MVP, the best-recognised brand and strong demand. Now embarking on our fourth product release, you will soon be building out all-new applications and creating intuitive experiences, dashboards, data visualisations and BI reporting that people will love. \n\nWe offer considerable freedom in UI design, technology choice and approach. There are big plans and lots to accomplish.\n\n**Upcoming projects**\n\n* Iteratively enhancing and extending existing UI components\n* Designing and implementing completely new UI modules\n* Establishing best practices for user interaction and feedback, and ensuring consistent implementation across the application\n* Identifying improvements to the front-end architecture to promote and facilitate reuse and consistency\n* Implementing a framework for the collection of actionable user interaction metrics\n* Automating front-end testing\n* Supporting dialogue with customers, working directly with end users\n* Helping establish our engineering culture, our methods and tooling\n\n**We're looking for**\n\n* Someone ready to become, or to grow into becoming, our lead on front-end\n* A flair for UI layout\n* User empathy, a good appreciation of accessibility and UX\n* Adept software design and coding skills, accrued in a modern front-end or full-stack context\n* Technology agnostic and adept with JavaScript/TypeScript, React, Node.js - or similar\n* A strong understanding of Computer Science principles \n* Ability to unpack complex requirements, to uphold security of sensitive data and to conform to best practices\n* A collaborative, adaptable, user-centered approach\n\n**Current ecosystem - we'll welcome your influence**\n\nJavaScript/TypeScript | Ant Design, React | Node.js | Playwright | PostgreSQL | Apollo GraphQL | CircleCI | Heroku | Auth0 | AWS | TDD | Agile\n\n**Salary and benefits**\n\n* Β£70,000 - Β£90,000+ we're keeping an open mind\n* Share scheme for founding team members (once proven value to the business)\n* 25 days holiday, plus public holidays and a day for your birthday\n* Family-friendly and flexible culture - tell us what you need\n* Personal development plan that you can shape, with budget for related training/certifications\n\n**About us**\n\nVirtual Pricing Director has developed groundbreaking software to assist law firms to understand and price their fees, be that Β£10k or Β£10m. We are the authority for legal pricing and our software has attracted the attention of the largest firms in numerous countries, with a number of partnerships and customers signed. We're now strengthening our development team - you'll be our fourth engineering hire, with more to follow - offering a culture where you will work under your own initiative towards common goals. It's an opportunity to be a formative team member, to help shape our collaborative culture and methods, and to grow and improve together. Virtual Pricing Director is a privately-owned venture, founded by Burcher Jennings LLP and Validatum. https://www.virtualpricingdirector.com/\n\n**Location: fully remote, within the UK**\n\nTiming: joining us in the autumn, ideally during September \n\n#Salary and compensation\n$90,000 — $130,000/year\n\n\n#Location\nUk


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Iterative

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verified
🌏 Worldwide

open source

 

typescript


Iterative is hiring a Remote Senior Frontend Engineer

Please follow this link to read about the job and apply:\n\n[https://docs.google.com/document/d/1aT5HZYt4kAUxXqD4JNTe3jPDlVUwSmnEWDPR2QoKdvo/](https://docs.google.com/document/d/1aT5HZYt4kAUxXqD4JNTe3jPDlVUwSmnEWDPR2QoKdvo/)\n\nWe’re seeking a TypeScript front-end engineer to build SaaS and a VS Code UI for our popular machine learning tools: DVC (7000+ ⭐on GitHub) and CML (2000+ ⭐ on GitHub).\n\n**No prior knowledge of ML or Data Science is required.**\n\nThe ML tools ecosystem is what JS space was 10 years ago: there’s a clear need for better tools, frameworks, and open standards. ITERATIVE is already a well known company in this fast-evolving space with a big, engaged open-source community. Please consider joining our remote-first team if you love open-source, if you’re interested in building dev tools and simplifying the lives of many, many developers in ML.\n\n*The project* - We’re making a UI for DVC and CML. Think GitHub and/or popular Git extensions for VS Code - like GitLens. VS Code UI will be open sourced and will become part of your public profile! If you have experience with dev tools like GitHub, UI plugins for Git, etc., you should already have some sense what the project is like.\n*The tech* - Our stack includes TypeScript, Node, React, and Python.\n*The compensation* - Highly competitive salary, stock options, and bonuses.\n\n**Read more about us, and about the position here please:**\n\n[https://docs.google.com/document/d/1aT5HZYt4kAUxXqD4JNTe3jPDlVUwSmnEWDPR2QoKdvo/](https://docs.google.com/document/d/1aT5HZYt4kAUxXqD4JNTe3jPDlVUwSmnEWDPR2QoKdvo/)\n\n#Location\n🌏 Worldwide


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Saga


verified closed
🌏 Worldwide
 
πŸ’° $60k - $80k

frontend

 

backend

 

typescript

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At [Saga](https://saga.so), we are looking for multiple Full Stack Engineers to join our Engineering team. We are a small (but growing) remote company building a platform to connect knowledge and give teams contextual information at a glance.\n\nWhat makes Saga different is the ability to author content while having an overview of any piece of information that might be relevant to your current work.\n\n### What working for our Engineering Team will be:\n\n* We will explore two core directions in the next year: 1) make Saga the best tool for teams to collaborate on knowledge creation; 2) integrate Saga with external tools to allow teams to have an overview of their extended knowledge.\n* No stone left unturned: as we’re a small team collaborating on every issue, expect to touch every part of the product at some point, from frontend to backend to scaling our infrastructure. This doesn’t mean you need to know it all already. Every team member brings in their unique expertise, and we all learn from each other.\n* Collaboration over individual contribution. We collaborate most of the time over video. This means pair programming and deciding as a group how to move forward with any issue. Every two weeks, we decide together what to focus on, then we tackle those problems together to completion.\n* Flexible working hours. We strive to work together as much as possible to increase our collective throughput, but you will be able to set your own schedule and adjust your hours depending on your needs.\n* You will face hard technical challenges. We need to scale our product to digest information of ever-increasing orders of magnitude while keeping the user experience as simple as it can be.\n* Customer-facing, always. We have communities on Discord, Slack, and Reddit, you will be able to assess directly user feedback and iterate on it.\nOpen-source. We support and actively contribute to open source libraries that power Saga. You will have a chance to work on software that will be used by the open-source community at large.\n\n### What we’re looking for:\n\n* You have experience with (or interest in) React, Typescript, Node.js. Optionally, you have experience with GraphQL, Postgres, Firebase.\n* Bonus points if you have experience with one of: indexing and search engines; managing infrastructure at scale; CRDTs, and real-time collaboration libraries.\n* You know how to start a project from scratch. You have built an impressive side project, led a project in your day job or at school or you have been a founder before.\n* You think product-first. You want to create something used and loved by millions and are careful about shipping with customers in mind.\n* You can use your communication skills to make remote work a joy. You will seldomly see your colleagues in person, therefore communication is key. We document everything we do, and strive to have an open communication culture.\n\n### What we offer in return:\n\n- Generous compensation and employee-friendly equity options in Saga\n- 25 days paid vacation days on top of public holidays in your country\n- Flexible working hours\n- Home office equipment\n- Team retreats every few months in beautiful locations around the world (depending on Covid situation)\n\nPlease note that benefits may vary by country. If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to ask us.\n\n### Diversity and inclusion:\n\nWe think diversity makes any company the best company it can be. We believe different backgrounds mean different points of view that can make us stronger and more robust as a company. We welcome people who are not afraid to challenge assumptions. We all live in different countries, speak different languages, have been or still are immigrants ourselves. We all had unorthodox careers, before starting Saga.\n\nNo matter where you come from or what your background is, we want to hear from you! \n\nIf you have any disability that might impact the interview process, please let us know if there’s any way we can make it better for you! \n\n#Salary and compensation\n$60,000 — $80,000/year\n\n\n#Location\n🌏 Worldwide


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Backtracks.fm

 This job is getting a pretty high amount of applications right now (11% of viewers clicked Apply)

closed
🌏 Worldwide
 
πŸ’° $120k - $150k

javascript

 

vue

 

design

 

ui

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Build delightful software for podcasts and spoken word audio. [Backtracks](https://backtracks.fm/?ref=job-posting) is seeking a qualified Mid-Senior Front End Developer to join our Product & Engineering Team.\n\n**Opportunity**\n\n[Backtracks](https://backtracks.fm/?ref=job-posting) helps audio content creators and brands know and grow their audience and revenue. You will be responsible for building the client-side of our web applications and platform to deliver delightful experiences to our users.\n\n**Your day-to-day**\n\n- Prototype, design, and implement improvements to new and existing portions of our platform, website, and applications\n- Improve appeal and usability of our different products\n- Code and deploy new features in collaboration with our product and engineering teams\n- Be part of a small team, with a large amount of ownership and responsibility for managing things directly\n- Ship high-quality solutions with a sense of urgency and speed\n- Work closely with both internal and external stakeholders, owning a large part of the process from problem understanding to shipping the solution.\n- Have the freedom to suggest and drive initiatives\n\nWe expect you to be a tech-savvy professional, who is curious about new digital technologies and aspires to combine usability with visual design. Ultimately, you should be able to create a functional and attractive digital environment for our company, ensuring a great user experience.\n\n**You have**\n\n- History of autonomous design decision making at technically focused companies\n- History of designing and building web components, products, and technology\n- History of focusing on user experience\n- In-depth understanding of the entire web development process (design, development and deployment)\n\n- Experience working on design and development in any of the following roles:\n - Product Developer\n - Product Engineer\n - Front End Designer and Developer\n - Front End Engineer\n - UI Designer/Developer\n - Full Stack Engineer\n - Full Stack Developer\n - Front-end Designer and Developer\n - Front-end Engineer\n - Frontend Designer and Developer\n - Frontend Engineer\n\n- Strong knowledge of:\n - Javascript (ES6+)\n - Vue.js\n - Know when to use immutable types, observables, reactive patterns, reduce, spread, etc.\n - You also know and subscribe to simple is better (you know when plain JavaScript with no framework is best)\n - CSS, SCSS\n - Compilation, bundling, and packaging via Webpack, Babel, etc.\n - Front end frameworks (specifically Vue or React)\n - Integrating APIs, web services, and remote data\n - Node.js and npm\n\n- Confidence or experience working with:\n - TypeScript\n - CSS-in-JS\n - Front end test frameworks (Cypress, Karma)\n - Experience with front end build/deployment processes (Webpack, Babel, CI/CD)\n\n- Strong design skills including understanding of layout aesthetics\n- Motivation and an enjoyment for a startup environment\n- Systems thinker (consider how components can scale across our platform and product offerings)\n- The ability to code and build out designs independently from no mock up all the way to working CSS/HTML/JS\n- A blend of product, system, and people knowledge that lets you jump into a fast paced environment and contribute from day one\n- An ability to balance a sense of urgency with shipping high quality and pragmatic solutions\n- Strong work sense of ownership\n- Strong collaboration and communication skills (fluency in English)\n- PMA (Positive Mental Attitude)\n- Bachelor's degree in Computer Science, relevant field, and/or relevant work experience\n- 5+ years professional experience\n\n**Other qualities and traits**\n\n- Passion for podcasts, radio, and spoken word audio\n- Passion for delivering high-quality designs with quick turnaround times (e.g. you ship)\n- A product-first approach to building software\n- An enthusiasm for solving hard problems\n- Thrives in a fast-paced environment\n\n**Bonus points if you have experience with**\n\n- Web performance (time-to-interactive, dependencies, wasted renders)\n- Node-based serverside APIs\n- Audio processing and interaction on the front-end \n\n#Salary and compensation\n$120,000 — $150,000/year\n\n\n#Location\n🌏 Worldwide


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# Description\nYou're a designer that loves to handle your own frontend code, because that's the way you craft the best user experiences. You're also equally comfortable in engineering and marketing discussions.\n\nIf you were to join Cogsy today, you'd be one of the first team members and can have great influence on the next steps we take.\n\nYou're likely a good fit for this position if you:\n\n* [Read these values](http://cogsy.com/about/#values) and they resonated with you.\n* Are a true product builder and can make progress both independently and within a team.\n* Obsess about pixels and how they drive value for end-users.\n* Can move fast and help us ship a first version (that is revenue-ready) in a cost- and time-efficient manner.\n* Have always wanted to build your own team.\n* You take action and pay attention to detail.\n* You have superior communication skills.\n# Requirements\nYou will be responsible for every single pixel that relates to Cogsy in whatever way; from product to website to marketing efforts.\n\nWe expect you to be a creative and passionate designer that cares deeply about design and can work with our engineers to craft a truly amazing product.\n\nWe mostly design in-browser, so HTML & CSS are key skills needed for this position. Experience with Javascript (React + Node) & Sass would also be preferred & beneficial.\n\nThis is a remote position and you can work from wherever. It is however important that we maintain connectedness as a team and have sufficient time for synchronous work too. We'd prefer team members that are on CET or EST (or +- 1 hour difference) or work on those schedules, as that means that there is 3 / 4 hours overlap for the whole team every day.\n\n# Benefits\n* Salary is market-related and open for discussion / negotiation.\n* True flexible work: work wherever and however you need to work to be at your best and ensure you stay connected to the team.\n* Once global travel is open again, we'll do week-long team retreats in fun locations. All expenses paid of course.\n* Minimum holiday policy, which basically means you take time off whenever you need it to recharge or attend to other matters. And the team will hold you accountable to taking a minimum amount of time off in any rolling 12-month window.\n* Maternity and paternity leave for those individuals that plan to discover to joys of having (more) kids.\n* Health insurance (powered by [Safety Wing](https://safetywing.com/remote-health)) tailored for remote team members, whether you're at home, travelling or being a nomad.\n* Monthly learning and wellness allowance. Buy books, pay for your yoga class or get a Calm subscription for greater mindfulness. Whatever helps you develop as an individual and the best you is what we'll pay for.\n* We are a life- and family-first company that seeks meaningful experiences outside of work and we endeavour to help our customers do the same. \n\n#Salary and compensation\n$80,000 — $120,000/year\n\n\n#Location\n🌏 Worldwide


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Digalyze


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🌏 Worldwide

javascript

 

back-end

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JavaScript Developer with experience across JavaScript, TypeScript, React, Node and GraphQL. You don't need experience with all of the above, as long as you're willing to learn the rest!\n\n**Benefits**\n\n* Work from anywhere: by default, we are a remote team. As long as you are delivering a professional experience, just plug-in and start delivering from anywhere you are in the world.\n* Career growth/promotions: as long as you want it & qualify for it, we hope to map out milestones and a career path for you.\n* €1500 personal development fund: we invest in our people. If there is anything you feel you could learn better, it's on us!\n* Team retreat: once a year the Digalyze team gets together at an inspiring location to meet, work and play (optional attendance).\n* Health insurance for you & your family: we make a commitment to take care of you and your family.\n* Child education fund: work at Digalyze long enough, and we will make a commitment to contribute to your children's education.\n\n# Responsibilities\n You will have a place in an agile product team where you'll be able to build real features for real users. You will also have the opportunity to use your initiative and creativity to help maintain and grow the technical platform, codebase and team using the latest tools and techniques. As well as a supportive environment which gives you room to grow and pursue the career goals which matter to you. \n\n# Requirements\nYou don't need experience with all of the below, as long as you're willing to learn the rest!\n\n- JavaScript\n- React\n- TypeScript\n- Node.js\n- GraphQL\n- Apollo Server\n- Apollo Client\n- Docker\n- Kubernetes\n- AWS\n\n#Location\n🌏 Worldwide


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Soshace

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angular

 

javascript

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Soshace is an agency that joins IT professionals and companies all over the world on long-term remote projects since 2015.\n \nYou’ll get:\n\n**- Freedom** to choose projects and your geography\n\n**- Safety** with regular payments and reliable clients\n\n**- Self-development** on modern projects in tech stack you have experience with.\n \n\n**What our developers think about the work at Soshace:**\n\n\n"Company that makes remote dev work easy".\n\nβ€œThe great opportunity to work in an international team and get a cool experience. Well, the opportunity to receive a high salary”.\n\nβ€œPayment is always on time, so you don't have to worry about it. Great projects variety, you can find really interesting projects to be part of”.\n\n\n**We’ll be a great team together if you have:**\n* 3+ years of professional software development experience with JavaScript\n* 1+ year of professional experience with React or Angular version 2 and higher\n* A strong portfolio of projects in which you have taken part\n* Spoken and written English skills on Upper-Intermediate level and higher.\n\n**Here are our basic requirements for you to check if you belong:**\n* We use time-tracker to get information on your working hours\n* Projects last on average 6-9 months and more with a full-time workload\n* When the first project ends we’ll find you a second one and after that the third and so on\n* The hourly rate we offer depends on your qualification level:\n * Middle $20-$30 an hour\n * Senior $30-$50 an hour.\n\nDue to our clients’ demands, we limited our geographical scope and the regions we work with to Russia and CIS, counties in the Americas, Europe, Oceania.\n\n**Soshace recruitment team would be happy to tell you more about our opportunity when you send us your CV!**  \n\n#Salary and compensation\n$3000-$8000 a month or $20-$50 an hour/year\n\n\n#Location\n🌏 Worldwide


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Filestage

 This job is getting a pretty high amount of applications right now (10% of viewers clicked Apply)

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saas

 

b2b

 

javascript

 

angular

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# About Us\nAt **Filestage** we believe that broken workflows poison teams with miscommunication, friction, and frustration.\nOur mission is to fuel teams with a rock-solid workflow. With our software, we empower people to produce\ngreat results together and to be happier at work.\n\nOver 500 companies all over the world already benefit from happier and more productive employees with\nFilestage. We are a diverse team from around the globe going to make Filestage the easiest way for teams to\nmanage their content review process, and we want your help!\n\n\n# Responsibilities\n **You lead to success.** You take ownership of projects from beginning through postmortem, assessing vague\nproblems, proposing high impact solutions, and executing them against a set of success criteria alongside\nwith your team.\n\n**You are coding away.** You write pragmatic, scalable and testable code that works consistently across\ndevices.\n\n**Your are an architect.** Play a key role in improving our frontend software architecture with the goal of\nincreasing quality and throughput.\n\n**You bring ideas to life.** You develop product improvements that help thousands of people to be happier at\nwork. In our interdisciplinary feature team, you take ownership of technical conception, implementation\nand releasing of features.\n\n**You are our clients’ lifesaver.** Every developer takes a turn to work on technical tickets. Customers will\npraise and thank you for your help. You save their day by enabling them to overcome technical issues, in\ncollaboration with our support team. \n\n# Requirements\n**You are strong in communication.** You are fluent in English and love to work with people from around the globe. More than that, you also know how to validate decisions and communicate them clearly to your audience.\n\n**You enjoy taking the lead.** You already have experience in breaking high-level goals (3-month projects) down into a roadmap and know how to successfully guide a team (2-5 people) to achieve the goals - while having fun. \n\n**You are passionate about software development.** You are familiar with Domain-Driven Design, TDD and Agile Development. You also have used tools like Node.js, MongoDB, AWS and Docker.\n\n**You favour frontend development.** You have strong experience (3+ years) working on large single-page applications (50k+ lines of code) and a deep understanding of frameworks (Angular, React, Vue, etc.) and architectural design patterns (MVC, MVP, MVVM, etc).\n\n**You are a team player.** You understand, that we can only be successful as a team. Like everyone else in our great team, you are fair, honest and respectful β€” and you are ready to have a lot of fun.\n\n# This is what you get\n**Work from where you are happiest and enjoy a flexible day schedule.** We are a fully distributed team, working from different locations and time zones, each individual following their personal daily schedule. We all commit to an average of 40 hours a week without core hours - just up to 4 hours overlap.\n\n**We meet up in real life.** We all travel together at least once a year at our team retreat to have fun and get to know each other.\n\n**We build and maintain a strong team culture.** Our working culture is based on our three core values: We are keen to learn, We take ownership and We play fair.\n\n**Your work has a direct impact on our customers.** To do this we believe in a focused approach, with company-wide objectives, and with each team member working on a single top priority at a time.\n\n**Your opinion matters.** We trust our team members to make the best decisions to achieve their goals. We don’t micromanage.\n\n**You collaboratively learn and grow​** by working hands-on hard problems with your team of highly talented minds.\n\n**Are you tired of useless meetings and slow decision making?** We have flat hierarchies, no bullshit meetings and iterate quickly.\n\n**You work with top-notch technologies and best practices.** We use Test Driven Development, Continuous Integration and Domain Driven Design to build a single page application backed by a serverless infrastructure.\n\n\n#Location\n🌏 Worldwide


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Soshace

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javascript

 

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* Are you looking for a remote work on international projects?\n* Are you looking for 40 hours a week workload?\n* Is it suitable for you to use time tracker at work?\n* Is your current qualification level Middle or Senior?\n\nSoshace is an online platform that will provide you with remote work with hourly payment on modern projects lasting on average 6-9 months and more.\n\nWe are looking for a long-term partnership so when the first project ends we’ll find you a second one and after that the third and so on.\n\nWe expect you to work on our projects 8 hours a day Monday-Friday in your time zone. \n\n# Responsibilities\n * Do you have more than 3-year commercial experience with JavaScript?\n* Do you have a 1-year experience in commercial projects with one of the frameworks: React or Angular 2+?\n* Do you know HTML, CSS, cross-browser and adaptive layout?\n* Do you have experience in commercial projects with Node.js? (it would be a plus)\n* Can you provide a portfolio of relevant projects?\n* Do you have good writing and speaking skills in English (Upper-Intermediate and above)?\n\nIf you answer β€œyes” to all questions, send us your CV and be ready to provide a portfolio of projects you took part in​.\n\nThe hourly rate we offer depends on your qualification level and geography:\n\n* Middle $20-$30 an hour\n* Senior $30-$50 an hour. \n\n# Requirements\nWe have the next stages of the interview: \n\n1. Primary interview (a detailed discussion of your resume and portfolio)\n2. Online test\n3. Interview with a technical specialist. \n\n#Salary and compensation\n$3000-$8000 a month or $20-$50 an hour/year\n\n\n#Location\n🌏 Worldwide


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* Are you looking for a remote work on international projects?\n\n* Are you looking for 40 hours a week workload? \n\n* Is it suitable for you to use time tracker at work? \n\n* Is your hourly rate $20 - $30?\n\n# Responsibilities\n Soshace is an online platform that will provide you with remote work with hourly payment on modern projects lasting on average 6-9 months and more.\n\n\n\nWe are looking for a long-term partnership so when the first project ends we’ll find you a second one and after that the third and so on.\n\n\n\nWe expect you to work on our projects 8 hours a day Monday-Friday in your time zone. \n\n\n\n* Do you have more than a 3-year commercial experience with JavaScript?\n\n* Do you have a 1-year experience in commercial projects with one of the frameworks: React or Angular 2+?\n\n* Do you know HTML, CSS, cross-browser and adaptive layout?\n\n* Do you have experience in commercial projects with Node.js? (it would be a plus)\n\n* Can you provide a portfolio of relevant projects?\n\n* Do you have good writing and speaking skills in English (Upper-Intermediate and above)?\n\n\n\nIf you answer β€œyes” to all questions, send us your CV and be ready to provide a portfolio of projects you took part in. \n\n# Requirements\nWe have the next stages of the interview: \n\n\n\n1. Primary interview (a detailed discussion of your resume and portfolio)\n\n2. Online test\n\n3. Interview with a technical specialist. \n\n#Salary and compensation\n$3000-$5000 a month or $20-$30 an hour/year\n\n\n#Location\n🌏 Worldwide


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Uprise is a full-spectrum Mental Health tech start-up that builds both preventative & treatment solutions. Our system allows early detection of people who are at risk and then acts immediately to provide proven skills via smart-phone to kick-start recovery. We also link them with a phone coach who contacts them weekly until they are back on track. We are backed by 10 years of research and have over 13 published research studies showing that we can help a majority of our users return to good mental health using a low-cost web-based early intervention process that requires only 25 minutes per week for the user.\n\n# Responsibilities\n Here's what you'll do:\n\n- Build out product features in JavaScript using React.js, in a flux architecture with redux.\n- Contribute to the node.js API that powers our app. \n- Document API using swagger.io or similar \n- Frequently commit code to github, peer review code, and merge code into Staging and Production environments. \n- Contribute to our Design system by developing functional react components. \n- Create beautiful frontend UIs with sass using BEM, for new products in css-in-jss \n- Learn the ins and outs of startup culture and weekly sprint lifecycles using Agile methodologies\n- Suggest new technologies that can improve the Uprise development workflow. \n\nHeres what we can offer:\n- Opportunity to work remotely \n - A modern day work flow \n - Single push deployments \n - A great team \n - Flexible hours \n\n# Requirements\n- Passionate about coding, and constantly improving their skill set. \n- Excellent communication skills\n- An adaptable and quick learner with a growth mentality who thrives in ambiguity\n- Experience with JS, react.js, SASS.\n- Familiarity or some sort of interest in the following node.js, github, microservices, web app security. \n\n#Salary and compensation\nAUD $60,000 - AUD $70,000/year\n


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front-end

 

vue

 

angular

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Soshace is an online platform that will provide you with remote work with hourly payment on modern projects lasting on average 6-9 months and more.\n\nRecruitment stages are:\n1. Primary interview (a detailed discussion of your resume and portfolio)\n2. Online test\n3. Interview with a technical specialist.\n\n# Responsibilities\n * Are you looking for a remote work on international projects?\n* Are you looking for 40 hours a week workload?\n* Is it suitable for you to use time tracker at work?\n* Is your hourly rate $20 - $30?\n\nWe are looking for a long-term partnership so when the first project ends we’ll find you a second one and after that the third and so on.\n\nWe expect you to work on our projects 8 hours a day Monday-Friday in your time zone. \n\n# Requirements\n* Do you have 1-year experience in commercial projects with one of the frameworks: React, React Native, Vue.js or Angular 2+?\n* Do you have more than 3-year commercial experience with JavaScript?\n* Can you provide a portfolio of relevant projects?\n* Do you know HTML, CSS, cross-browser and adaptive layout? \n* Do you have good writing and speaking skills in English (Intermediate and above)?\n\nIf you answer β€œyes” to all questions, send us your CV and be ready to provide a portfolio of projects you took part in. \n\n#Salary and compensation\n$3000-$5000 a month/year\n


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vue

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* Are you looking for a remote work on international projects?\n\n* Are you looking for 40 hours a week workload?\n\n* Is it suitable for you to use time tracker at work?\n\n* Is your hourly rate $20 - $30?\n\n\n\nSoshace will provide you with remote work with hourly payment on modern projects lasting 3 months and more.\n\n\n\n* Do you have 1-year experience in commercial projects with one of the frameworks: React, React Native, Vue.js or Angular 2+?\n\n* Do you have more than 3-year commercial experience with JavaScript?\n\n* Can you provide a portfolio of relevant projects?\n\n* Do you know HTML, CSS, cross-browser and adaptive layout? \n\n* Do you have good writing and speaking skills in English (Intermediate and above)?\n\n\n\nIf you answer β€œyes” to all questions, send us your CV and be ready to provide a portfolio of projects you took part in\n\nRecruitment stages are:\n\n\n\n* Primary interview (a detailed discussion of your resume and portfolio)\n\n* Online test\n\n* Interview with a technical specialist.


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