We’re looking for badass Frontend Developer who can hustle and get shit done while building and scaling our flagship product at inFeedo. Our ask is your enthusiasm for a quality, love for performance, curiosity to dig into unexplored areas and a Bradley Cooper (from Limitless) like eye for design perfection.
You will be responsible for shipping high impact features, developing new modules, upgrading and scaling Amber at inFeedo. Your expertise, problem-solving methodologies, and agility will fuel the future of the product.
No. of positions: 2
What will you be doing?
Who will you work with?
What skills do you need?
1+ years of industry experience in working on a AngularJS project, preferably building a SaaS product. You should be able to demonstrate significant impact your work had on the product and/or the team.
Strong expertise with HTML, CSS and writing cross-browser compatible code.
Experience in collaborating directly with product and design teams. A proven track record of delivering value to customers or users is a must.
Experience with RESTful services.
Good communication skills since we focus on transparency and clear communication.
Critical thinker and problem-solving skills.
Brownie Points: React.js, Material Design, Unit Testing framework (Karma/Jasmine)
What happens after you apply?
Within 15 days of your application - which is wholesome, original & expressive - our People Team will reach out to you for a quick chat.
Within 4-6 days of chatting with the People Team, you will get a call from someone from your future team to discuss the job role.
If all goes well, we’ll welcome you to our office for your future manager to deep dive into the role with you and for you to show off your skills through a small task.
After a quick interaction with the People Team, If our vibes match, a tête-à-tête with the founding team follows
Finally, we high-five and jot down the next steps for you to come join us. :)
Our expectations before you click “Apply Now”
At any step if things don't work out, we proactively send an email. You are welcome to ask for feedback and reapply in future. :)