We are currently seeking a Front-End Developer who will be responsible for the visual elements of the ClimateView platform and other web elements. You will work completely integrated with the UI/UX team. With a dynamic tool like ClimateView, you will often be coding prototypes side by side with a designer, code and UX decisions in tandem. In each person we hire, we seek a passion towards halting climate change, a determination to save the planet, and an impulse for speed – as time is of essence.
What you will be doing:
- Developing new user-facing features to make dense research and data more actionable.
- Pushing the technical envelope of web UX, together with our users and designer.
- Optimising applications for speed and scalability.
- Working in a cross functional team. Pair programing as well as pair designing.
- Following emerging technologies.
- Writing code that will last for a day, as well as code you will be proud to show your grand-children. (And know when you should be doing what)
Who you are:
- Committed to saving the planet.
- The digital space is your homeland.
- Know the value of focus. .
- Pragmatic, strategic, fast.
- 3+ years' experience as a developer.
- Excellent programming skills and in-depth knowledge of modern HTML/CSS.
- Strong understanding of server-side CSS.
- Strong understanding of web applications, including security, session management and best practices.
- Good understanding of ReactJS.
- Good understanding of asynchronous request handling, partial page updates and AJAX.
- Proficiency with resolving cross-browser compatibility issues.
- Proficiency with Git.
- Proficiency with network diagnostics and network analytics tools.
- A bachelor-level degree in Computer Science or a related field is desirable.
We are based in Stockholm but our customer reach is global. You can work from anywhere, but ideally you’d be based in one of the Nordics, as you’ll be required to travel to Stockholm regularly. You’ll start as soon as possible and will hit the ground running – as the world’s biggest group project, the climate challenge, has already suffered from too much stagnation.
Let’s do this.