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Front-End Engineer (100% Worldwide Remote)

RemoteSpain, Comunidad de Madrid, Madrid$60,000 - $80,000 per yearEngineering

Job description

About Us

vidIQ’s mission is to advance the creator's journey with actionable data-driven insights. We pursue this through our values of being creator obsessed, lean and fast, and being scientific. We have already helped millions of creators take their channels to the next level. Simply put, we change lives.

Why Join Us?

Our work is exciting as we are transforming the creator analytics space. This has provided many of us to work on new and exciting projects. Equally, we’ve set our people up for success by giving them professional development opportunities like courses or conferences that will help them acquire desirable skills/experience.

Our company has met the future of work head-on, with a fully remote company that allows you flexible hours to balance work & life. schedule for you. When it’s time to go on vacation, we have an unlimited vacation policy so you can recharge.

Job requirements

What you will be doing

As a Frontend Engineer, you will improve the user experience and performance of applications that are appreciated by millions of users monthly. If you enjoy rolling up your sleeves and jumping in, then read on!

You will be part of a successful worldwide remote team. We have people from all over the world. Strong communication skills are essential for this position.

The tools we use most heavily right now are React and TypeScript. We also use Asana for project management, GitHub for code reviews, and Slack for daily communication.

Some projects you will work on include:

  • Refining our signup and purchase funnels through A/B tests experimentations;
  • Working across static websites, web applications, and browser extension platforms;
  • Improving our tracking and experimentation systems;
  • Writing tests-oriented code that covers common user workflows to ensure stability across all of our clients;
  • Leveling up the team by reviewing code and suggesting improvements;
  • Designing well-crafted components that can be refactored easily to shift requirements as needed;
  • Strong understanding of browser extension development, including how the manifest works, how content and background scripts communicate with each other, and security constraints;
  • Taking ownership of features and projects you create, from planning through execution.

Technical requirements

  • React/Redux/React Query
  • TypeScript
  • Jest
  • CSS-in-JS (Emotion, Styled Components, or similar)
  • Less or Sass
  • Next.js

Nice to have

  • Tailwind CSS
  • Cypress
  • CI/CD
  • Chakra-UI
  • Storybook
  • Extension development experience

Who you are

We are looking for someone who loves to ship world-class user interfaces for websites and web apps with solid communication and coding skills. You will be working in a dynamic environment, collaborating with top-notch engineers like yourself to build a solid and scalable architecture for multiple products. :)

You will likely be a culture fit if you are:

  • A builder - Frontend development is full of helpful tools, libraries, and patterns, and you enjoy using these to build products people will love. You like new challenges and strive to ship new features to customers regularly.
  • A life-long learner - You enjoy keeping up with the latest trends in the frontend space. If a project uses a framework that's new to you, you dive into the docs and tutorials to figure it out.
  • Have an owner mentality - When bugs appear, you document and fix them. When projects are too complex, you work with others to refine the scope until it's something you believe can be built in a reasonable amount of time and maintained in the long run.
  • Care about code quality - You believe simple is better and strive to write code that is easy to read and maintain. You consider edge cases and write tests to handle them. When you come across legacy code that is difficult to understand, you add comments or refactor it to make it easier for the next person.
  • Balancing Act - Great products must balance performance, customer value, code quality, and dependencies. You know how to consider all of these concerns while keeping your focus on shipping things.
  • The great communicator - If a project is off-track, you bring it up proactively and suggest ways to simplify and get things going. You proactively share status updates without being asked and strive to keep things as honest and transparent as possible.