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Frontend Developer

Posted 26.11.2018
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- Lead the frontend dev for our web platform 

- A lot of Autonomy 

- Be heavily involved with design and business feedback 

- Opportunity to contribute to both UI/UX and Fullstack work (if desired) 

- Be the 3rd person at a 2 person start-up

Being the first hire at a startup is not for everyone. Please do not apply if that opportunity does not excite and scare you at the same time. As with any startup, the position is demanding. If that is what you're looking for, please provide a quick intro as to why? we are very excited to meet you!

Your Role:

1. Work alongside our team to design the UI/UX of our next-gen travel platform (10% of role) 

2. Lead and build the frontend for the customer and business focused sides of the platform (Beta is live, but there is a million more things to be done) (80% of role) 

3. Help contribute to the business decisions and help us to create a world leading culture and world class team! (10% of role)

Skills and Requirements:

1. Fully confident in client side programming: HTML, CSS, Javascript 

2. Experience in creating single page applications using ReactJS 

3. Knowledge of state management in React via Flux, Redux, or Mobx 

4. Experience or proven interest in design work (bonus if familiar working with tools like sketch, webflow, justinmind, invision, photoshop or illustrator) 

5. Creating meaningful and thorough client side tests (both unit and integration tests)

Nice to Have:

1. Proficient in creating RESTful APIs in a programming language such as Python or Ruby 

2. Knowledge of web microservice technologies: AWS, Azure, GCS 

3. Experience working with SQL and NoSQL databases 

4. Experience with either Django or Flask framework 

5. Experience in building and polishing a web-app from scratch

Who will you work with: 

• Small team, flat hierarchy, high-paced 

• Creativity and Hustle are valued over raw skill 

• Company is alumni of the Next Canada program and has a lot of connection to both the Waterloo/Kitchener and Toronto Startup communities.

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Posted 26.11.2018