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  • We’re looking for a front-end developer with love for the job

    Amsterdam – Rotterdam
    36–40 hours per week

    Love for the web.

    For us, that’s about technology _and_ user experience. Fast, available for all, enjoyable to use. And fun to build. We help each other with that, since we think learning is an essential part of doing work. This is how our team bands together, adhering to the same values, to make sure we achieve a solid result for clients both large and small. Does that fit you?

    You are

    in love with the web. When someone starts talking about native apps, you’ll say PWA. You’re also in love with the user: when you spot a desktop design, you’ll ask for the mobile version. You know how to set up a development environment for all kinds of projects, and have ample experience with client-side frameworks like React, Vue or others. You have experience with back-end languages and -environments and know how to align the front-end with those. You like to frequently switch projects, work with new technology, and be part of an agile team with designers and back-enders. Besides, you like to share what you’ve learned. You help out colleagues, write blog posts, organise a code class or do a talk on a meetup. The most important to you though, is constructively working with your colleagues and the client and reach an impressive result.

    We offer

    you the challenge to bring out the best in yourself for large and small clients. You’re standing shoulder to shoulder with a seasoned team of first-class front-end specialists. You’ll work on technical prototypes, style guides, tiny and huge websites, progressive web apps and one-of-a-kind user interfaces. You’ll have ample time to explore initiatives and develop your skills. We have in-house talks and trainings on fridays, we organize meetups, and there‘s a personal study budget to spend as you see fit. We offer a comfortable working environment with nice opt-ins like massage, mariokart competition and drinks at the end of the week.

    Why hesitate?