We’re looking for an outstanding Frontend Developer dedicated to the craft and passionate about creating a leading marketplace for lawyers, accountants and clients.
Easyoffer is a disruptive, fast-paced company where you’ll play an essential part in building and improving the product.
If you are motivated by a fast-moving environment with a dynamic and young atmosphere, then Easyoffer might be the right fit for you. Easyoffer is looking to extend their team with a frontend developer to help us maintain our current applications and develop the next generation.
We are already the leading online marketplaces in Spain for lawyers, accountants and clients, where we facilitate thousands of contacts between specialists and clients every month.
We expect you to be highly organized and hard-working and always looking to improve and learn new things. You will be joining a highly specialized team of lead-gen professional, marketing specialists and a top-class sales team. We have a highly data-driven approach to our business, so we expect you to have a good understanding of the importance of big-data and be able to work with us in this capacity.
We are searching for a Frontend Developer looking for a challenge, to help us grow to the next level. Our ideal candidate is motivated, dedicated, responsible, and loves the web.
What you bring:
Indispensable: Ionic + Angular2. AngularJS: highly desirable.
The usual HTML5/CSS3 combo, with responsive design experience.
Experience with Grunt (preferably) or any other build toolchain.
At least one SCM system, preferably Git. Bonus points if you are familiar with GitFlow.
Experience and knowledge using JQuery.
Proficiency with any other JS framework or library (Backbone, Vue, React, etc.) also a plus.
Love to use best practices, and to keep up to date.
Familiarized with SEO concepts.
Able to read and write documentation in English
The nice to have:
PHP developer experience, with any framework
LAMP systems administration knowledge
Worked or at least played around with Docker containers
Fluent in spoken English