Senior Frontend Engineer // Idagio
“This startup is set to revolutionize classical music”
Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung
We are honoured to work directly with the world’s leading musicians and institutions, including the Vienna Philharmonic, the Philharmonia Orchestra and the Israel Philharmonic.
IDAGIO is available to music lovers across the globe, but physically we are rooted in Berlin and consider the German-speaking countries our home base, as the world perceives them as the cradle and the center of classical music.
We are looking for a Senior Frontend Engineer to join our team in Berlin.
WHERE YOU’LL CONTRIBUTE
- Building the first version of our Desktop app, based on the Electron framework
- Re-positioning our Web app with a focus on app downloads (such as the Desktop or iOS app)
EXPERIENCE AND PERSONALITY TRAITS WE FIND RELEVANT FOR THIS POSITION
- Experience with ReactNative, CSS modules and backend languages such as Ruby or Go are a big plus
- We’re generally looking for smart, calm and articulate people who are easy to work with – more so than specific in-depth knowledge of a certain language or framework
WHAT WE HAVE TO OFFER
- Competitive salary
- Small team, high impact – we don’t waste time with unnecessary process or politics
- Invest your time and energy into a meaningful and beautiful product that improves the lives of people
- Friendly and purpose-driven working atmosphere in our office in Berlin Mitte
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