Senior Frontend Developer // Grover
Grover offers pay-as-you-go rentals for the latest technology with no contracts and no catch. A considerable amount of our energy is spent on buying and selling, even on products that only last for a short time – just because we don’t know how to do it better. We think it’s time to challenge this old assumption and explore alternatives that give consumers more options, more freedom and more fun. That’s why we built Grover.
- Developing and maintaining a platform roadmap;
- Creating new awesome features in the existing React.js applications;
- Customizing the system in order to meet the business needs of the company;
- Assisting with deployment and provisioning activities.
- 4+ years professional experience working on large-scale web applications.
- Git, CSS3, HTML5, SASS.
- You are experienced with React, Redux (Mobx, RxJS), Webpack, Babel.
- You are ready to experiment with the latest technologies.
- You are passionate about clean code and functional programming.
- You are a great team player.
- Able to write modular and scalable code.
- Any back-end experience is a plus.
- You have an advanced level of English
At Grover, we believe in an environment that values entrepreneurship, intelligence and speed in everything we do. With over 16 nations represented in the team, diversity and multiple perspectives empower what we believe and how we work. Hierarchies have no space at our beautiful office at Hackescher Markt and you will join a small but powerful team in building a great product for a valuable purpose. Join us to change the way the world consumes.
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