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Web Engineer

Signal AI

London (United Kingdom)

Category: Programming

Posted on: 01 Jan 2022

reactjs javascript node.js clojure python

What you’ll be doing:

You will join a close-knit, fully cross-functional team that makes product releases on a daily basis, decides product direction themselves and regularly tries out new approaches and technologies.

For this role we’d ideally like to find someone who is comfortable working across our full stack: confident with web semantics, working with design systems to create beautiful experiences; as well as being comfortable consuming and extending existing APIs written in Javascript, Python and Clojure.

You should apply if:

    You love building products as part of a cross functional team; focused on an iterative and outcome driven approach
    You are passionate about providing a great user experience and comfortable engaging directly with customers
    You have substantial experience using modern web technologies to solve complex problems. Some of the technologies we use are: React, Apollo, Webpack, Javascript, Clojure and Python.
    You have strong communication skills and are comfortable expressing your ideas to multiple different audiences
    You are proactive with a positive attitude, well organised, and adept at managing competing deadlines and priorities
    You are comfortable with and excited by a fast-paced and often changing environment, eager to solve new problems and learn new skills in order to succeed
    You have a self-starter mindset; you proactively identify issues and opportunities and tackle them without being told to do so
    You are a team player whom your colleagues can rely on

Job Source: Stackoverflow (Will expire by: 2022-02-15 00:00:00)

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