FrontEnd Developer - Freelance
Updated: 16 Jan 2020
Are you the *Freelance* Frontend Developer that we are looking for?
I am not sure if this is the perfect role for you, but just imagine yourself working with a multinational and talented technology team on a flexible wide-area sensor fusion platform. It manages a complete fleet of fixed and mobile sensors spread over a wide area.
By combining and fusing data from multiple diverse sensors, our client produces simple and meaningful intelligence insights, automatically, and in real-time. This project is an initiative supported by the mother company, but this start-up company its own brain and you'll be an important part of it.
You'll be a part of a small team of people who are redefining the product and working on two main directions: law enforcement agencies and counter-drone detection for airports.
What you need:
- Minimum 6 years of experience working as a Frontend Developer;
- +4 years of experience with Angular version 2+;
- A proven track record with UI Skills;
- Previous API experience;
- Experience in application development, including analyzing stories, writing code, implementing automated tests, contributing to release and developing the working practices of the team;
- CI/CD and TDD experience;
- Experience with React, Selenium, Flux, Appium, or others is a plus.
We pride ourself with our product and we follow two main rules while working:
- Be FLEXIBLE
- Be SIMPLE
- Be POWERFUL
There are two types of people in this world: those who judge something before they have even tried it and those who are prepared to try something and base their opinion on their own experience. If we can tell you more about this opportunity, then will you give us a chance?
Do you still need more information? Don’t worry, we understand that you don’t know what to do right now, you like what you read but you still have more questions before you decide to move forward but that’s what Denisa our IT Recruiter is here for! She will help you to have a better understanding of the responsibilities and also will be there every step of the way in helping you overcome any obstacles.
At this moment you have 3 options: First, you can look for another job, work on your CV and send applications. Second, you can do exactly nothing and stay in your comfort zone, because let’s face it, we all choose chilling in our PJs rather than going to an interview. Or third, you could give this a try, work it alongside what you’re doing right now and see how far you go.
So, from these three options, which one is more appealing for you?
If you are ready to give it a try, I am happy to find your CV in my inbox at email@example.com and I’ll be happy to have a detailed chat!
Flexible hours per week