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\nSeedrs is a leading equity crowdfunding platform and the most active investor in private companies in the UK. Our product enables businesses in all sectors to raise capital and build a thriving community online. We make it possible for investors of all types to invest in, and share in the success of businesses they believe in.\nWe are looking for a Senior Front-end Engineer with roughly 4+ years of experience who is comfortable talking about high-level product concepts as well as deep technical details. We want someone who is excited about modern tech, code quality and scalable engineering.\n\n\nOur engineering teams own the entire product development lifecycle from idea inception and development, through to analysing success. So, expect to spend most of your time writing code. Additionally, around 25% of your time will be: architecture planning, talking to stakeholders and analysing your data metrics for success.\n\n\nAs a senior engineer, we will expect you to play a big role in helping your team be as effective as possible. We want you to lead the technology decisions within the team, as well as developing our tech ecosystem across Seedrs. We also value the importance of coaching and developing our junior members, so we will expect you to act as a guide and role model. \n\n#Salary and compensation\n - /year\n\n\n#Location\nLisbon

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