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Front End ReactJS Architect  This job is getting a relatively high amount of applications currently (10% of viewers clicked Apply)


Flocknote


react

 

front end

 

architecture

 

react

 

front end

 

architecture

 

javascript

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\nWe’re a small, startup dev team with a passion for the Church and making great things.We work hard, have fun, and are always improving.Because we’re all remote and a small shop, you must be self-motivated, able to manage your day-to-day schedule, and a very good communicator.You’ll have your hands in everything front end - prototyping, managing state, designing out components, testing your code, stylesheets, build & launch processes.\n\nIf you have a passion to help the Church, and if you enjoy dreaming up smart ways to solve problems and then watching your code come to life to make a real difference in the world, keep reading.\n\n/////\n\nOur front end is not in React… yet.  But we’re on our way there!  We’re looking for a React expert to lead the charge.  \n\nYou’ll be\n\n\n* Creating new features within Flocknote that are easy & fun to use.\n\n* Managing the technical aspects of Flocknote’s front end.Including increasing client-side performance and accessibility.\n\n* Helping out the rest of the front-end team as we move over to React.\n\n* Working with our back-end team so they can get the right data piped to the front.\n\n* Migrating existing features over to React.\n\n* Tackling front-end bugs post-push.\n\n* Integrating new features into a non-react front-end codebase.So experience integrating React with legacy code and understanding of using portals will be a big help here.\n\n\n\n\nYou’ll need\n\n\n* At least two years experience using React and a great understanding of its inner-workings and quirks.\n\n* To understand Node, Webpack, and Babel (beyond just using create-react-app).\n\n* To love Javascript, es6+, node and all things in that world.\n\n* Experience and comfort developing functional components and hooks.We won’t be using class-based components at all.\n\n* Some taste!We don’t pixel-perfect mock things up, so we’ll be relying on some of your great ideas to make things easy to use.\n\n* To be a self-starter and a go-getter with extraordinary integrity.\n\n* To be flexible, honest, professional, easy to get along with, and enthusiastic with strong interpersonal skills.\n\n\n\n\nBonus Points\n\n\n* React Native experience… we’re heading down that path too!\n\n\n\n\nThis is a full-time remote position with salary and benefits.\n\nTo apply, send your resume and answers to these questions:\n\n* Very briefly tell us about you. (Not your skill set, but what makes you tick.)\n\n* What is your favorite junk food and why?\n\n* Please describe the nerdiest thing you’ve ever done.\n\n


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