Peddler is a marketplace where people from across the world can shop together for the things they've always wanted as a community. Peddler leverages crowd buying power to get unprecedented discounts for the most desirable products out there.
This is a great opportunity to get in early at a VC-backed start-up that is delivering a refreshingly new type of online shopping experience.
Peddler is looking for a highly skilled Front End / Full Stack
Developer. Specifically, an ambitious individual who is looking for a
real challenge, and is excited about the prospect of creating a new
online platform with global ambition.
This is an important role within Peddler and needs someone who is pro-active, knows how to work in a team and loves getting things done! We are looking for people who are passionate about creating a successful start-up.
This is you:
• Prefer Bachelor or Masters degree in computer sciences (or similar);
• 4+ years of experience in a similar function in a fast-paced environment;
• A strong background in JS (expert), React.js (advanced + flux patterns), CSS3 (BAM, SASS/SCSS, no boilerplates, no bootstrap), strong UX capability; strong design led mobile first approach; Fast clean, maintainable code;
• Must have an impressive portfolio of projects (projects with social/transactional/marketplace blueprint is ++)
• Willing to work with offshore resources (experience here is a +);
• Genuinely eager to push the envelope;
• Based in The Netherlands (office is in Amsterdam).
What you'll get:
• An entrepreneurial and fun work environment;
• Career progression -- we’re going places, have an awesome investment team (great contacts with a global reach) and advisory team, offices in the Netherlands, United Kingdom and Vietnam;
• This position is eligible for our share scheme (we want someone who is interested in progressing their career with Peddler);
• Emphasis on your professional growth.
You must be fluent in English, with relevant experience. (no agencies..)
Look forward to hearing from you!
Acquisition by agencies is not appreciated.