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Front End Developer  


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


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