About The Position
We’re looking for a highly experienced front-end developer to contribute to the 2.0 version of both products, Jibble and PayrollPanda, which are being built on Vue. The Jibble 2.0 product is due for a public beta release at the end of 2020, while PayrollPanda is midway through the design phase, with initial development having started in October 2020.
As part of an ambitious team you’ll work with a cutting edge tech stack. Continuous learning and applying new and emerging technologies and methodologies make this an exciting opportunity for you to expand and deepen your skills on the job.
You will be working in a team of 13 engineers from 8 different countries, operating in bi-weekly sprints with daily stand-ups. We apply Kanban methodology in the development process and impact is continuously measured.
Besides front-end development, you will be deeply involved in the design process - offering feedback and input in meetings with product managers and designers when planning new features and products.
The position offers a competitive salary, paid holidays and a fully remote work environment. When possible, we organise annual meetups in varying locations to work and socialise with the entire team.
Who we are looking for:
- At least 5 years of commercial web development experience
- Deep understanding of Vue.js and its core principles
- Experience using Material Design component libraries (preferably Vuetify)
- Proficiency employing Vuex and Axios for clean API integration
- Familiarity with the Vue Composition API or Vue 3
- Experience with Testing strategies
- Solid TypeScript knowledge
- Ability to turn hi-fi designs into a pixel-perfect UI
- Experience working in remote teams is an advantage
- Located within UTC - UTC+8 time zones
Your responsibilities will include:
- Building Jibble 2.0 and PayrollPanda 2.0 web clients using Vue.js
- Working closely with product managers to implement new features according to well-defined specifications
- Refactoring and improving existing features of the product based on best practices, changing requirements and feedback from QA
- Writing Unit, Functional and e2e Tests to ensure code robustness and documentation
- Exchanging ideas with the design team to improve the user experience
- Reviewing your peers’ code to keep our code base clean and extensible