3 days ago
Here at Casumo we work across our lovingly crafted and award-winning web app and a suite of bespoke tools to support us in building the best player experience through our joint passion to and creativity. As part of the team, you will shape our constantly evolving product in collaboration with a full stack team of engineers, designers, product managers, growth experts and player engagement specialists.
Collaboration works best with great communication so you will need to share what you are up to with the team, and reach out for help when you need it. We all share the responsibility to constantly improve our products, our code and our teamwork so you’ll need to be the change you want to see.
We are looking for a talented and passionate Engineer to join our Play team which focuses on our Casino Games Browser. Their mission is to build outstanding player experience and generate further engagement across locations and devices.
Who are you?
You are a positive, open-minded and creative problem solver. You enjoy learning from others and sharing knowledge. You design, develop, test, deploy, maintain and enhance software solutions. We hope that the following resonates with you:
You take pride in the code you write and you understand the importance of writing in a scalable and maintainable way.
You are eager to keep up to date with the latest trends in your craft which hopefully is along the lines of JS development and tools.
You love that batman joke.
You thrive on creating positive changes, without losing friends over the existence of semi-colons.
You enjoy working with backend engineers to design awesome APIs.
You are excited to write in a declarative functional style.
, Unit and Functional Testing in are your jam.
And last but not least, you are a jolly good sentient being!
Engineering at Casumo
At Casumo we strive to create the optimal engineering experience. We believe every individual’s needs and desires are unique and we therefore encourage our engineers to be the main force to create their best work environment. This includes being in control of your own schedule, tools, meetings and projects. As a software engineer at Casumo you will work with an international, distributed and highly skilled team. We strongly value team spirit and a respectful environment. A humble and open mindset is key to reach higher goals. At Casumo there are many technologies and projects to dig into. Here is an idea of what our days look like:
Development of responsive web applications that work across a variety of devices.
Communicate closely with product designers, producers and backend engineers via our main communication channels; Github, Slack, Jira and Confluence.
Implement and test features to improve our customers' experience using , Redux, Redux-Sagas, Apollo GraphQL, SASS, Webpack, Flow, Cypress, Jest, Enzyme..
Ship our code using continuous integration and continuous deployment pipelines.
Reviewing our shipped features via 3rd party tools like; Rollbar, Browserstack and Logrocket.
Dedicated time for experiments, it can be new frameworks, ES6 or whatever rocks your boat
Join us for a career where you’ll grow personally & professionally within an Agile environment.
Casumo is an equal opportunity employer. We hire talented people to build something different & unique; we welcome and encourage diversity in the workplace regardless of race, gender, religion, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability.
Even if you meet 60% of these qualifications, we encourage you to apply! We are looking to create a diverse and multifaceted team. We embody inclusion, which is reflected in our company values where we embrace diversity and equal opportunities for everyone.Apply
10 days ago
Ideal candidate for this role:
GitStart is a mechanical turk for small coding tasks. It is an automated interface built on an on-demand technology around the idea of Community. Engineering teams accelerate 2-5x through GitStart. Our vision is to provide a global technology platform for developers and engineering teams to work together harmoniously.
As a developer at GitStart, you will primarily work to scale the Engineering teams of our global clients while leveraging the community of talented Engineers to grow professionally through detailed product and technical reviews; stellar code reviews and collaborative work environment that's 100% remote.
Visit us at https://gitstart.devApply
1 day ago
Built In unites companies and people around their shared passion for tech and the universal need for purpose. To help our partners attract qualified talent, we create content that tells their story in a way no job post ever could — and we put their jobs in front of people who were born to do them. Our audience of sought-after candidates use Built In to find their professional purpose and connect meaningfully to the tech community, including by reading our content, networking at our events and applying to jobs at companies they believe in.
When you work for Built In, you have the opportunity to change lives by giving talented people access to purpose, not just a paycheck. And you’ll make an impact on some of the most exciting companies in tech, helping them hire their next wave of elite talent. Be part of Built In, and be part of the future of tech.
The team members we’re looking to hire will work out of our office at 203 N La Salle, located in the beautiful city of Chicago. We offer health, dental, and vision insurance benefits, commuter benefits, 401(k), casual dress, catered lunch (Monday - Thursday) and cold brew coffee on tap.
We’re revolutionizing tech recruitment. So we question everything, because the best answers sit just to the right of a question mark. That’s our heritage as a disruptive company — as a company whose future depends on our capacity to innovate with a sense of drive, purpose and urgency. If you join Built In, you will work from this set of values:
Built In is an equal employment opportunity employer and values diversity. Qualified candidates are considered for employment without regard to race, religion, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, national origin, age, military or veteran status, disability, or any other characteristic protected by applicable law.Apply
4 days ago
You have initiative and excellent problem solving skills. You can research solutions and implement them quickly and robustly. You will have ample opportunity to influence the technical direction of the project and contribute to the entire life cycle. In addition to development, you will liaise with clients to investigate and fix bugs and to specify new features.
You have at least two years commercial experience in C#. However, prior financial services experience is not required and we welcome applicants from any industry. Salary is negotiable depending on experience.
You will work from home, with daily video calls with the rest of the team and occasional face-to-face meetings. Although the job is remote, you MUST be based in the UK (applicants from elsewhere, please do not apply).
Skills & Requirements
Nice To Have
6 days ago
Note : We are offering remote working for this position
If you’re passionate about writing beautiful WordPress code, regardless of your level of experience, we’re looking for you!
Good to Have
Some experience in
Note While filling the application form, show us some of your proudest projects in the Work Sample field. Please provide the demo and the code repository link.
If you don't have any work samples or most of your work is not public then get started with one of our WordPress assignment given here https://github.com/rtCamp/hiring-assignments/tree/master/WordPress-EngineerApply
7 days ago
Creative Commons is building CC Search, a search engine of openly licensed content, to allow large bodies of open works to be discovered and reused with confidence by digital creators and educators alike. We have a small, talented team, tackling this large challenge. CC Search came out of beta one year ago, and we average 250,000 monthly active users, browsing the 400M+ images currently indexed.
CC Search is an open source software project and the Creative Commons team is 100% remote. This position reports to the Director of Engineering.
As the sole front end engineer on the project, you own building, testing, and release of new features on the front end, working closely across the tech and product teams, to keep implementing great experiences and interfaces for CC Search’s global user base. You will also be the primary maintainer of the open source code and help build an active community of contributors around it.
We believe that diverse teams build better organizations and better services. Applications from qualified candidates from all backgrounds, including those from under-represented communities, are very welcome. Creative Commons works openly as part of a global community, guided by collaboratively developed codes of conduct and anti-harassment policies.
Creative Commons is a fully-distributed organization — we have no central office. This position is in a remote working environment and you can be anywhere in the world as long as you’re available for meetings between 2 PM to 8 PM UTC. You must have reasonable mobility for necessary travel, and high-speed broadband access. Laptop/desktop computer and necessary resources are supplied. Some travel is required for, among other things, face-to-face meetings and the annual CC Summit, though there will be no CC travel in 2020.
Creative Commons is a leading non-profit employer, offering competitive salaries and benefits, including health and wellness plans, annual retirement contributions, and a positive, supportive work environment. The salary range for this position is $80K – 100K USD (or equivalent).
Please email your resume and cover letter as a single PDF to “firstname.lastname@example.org” with the subject heading of “Front End Engineer / [Last Name].” Your cover letter should address why you are interested in this job and why you’re a good fit based on the requirements and responsibilities.
No phone calls, please. No recruiters.
Creative Commons is a nonprofit organization that enables the sharing and use of creativity and knowledge through free legal tools. We are a leader in the global movement for free culture and open knowledge with an active global community in over 85 countries. Our free, easy-to-use copyright licenses provide a simple, standardized way to give the public permission to share and use your creative work — from “all rights reserved” to “some rights reserved.” The first phase of CC’s work was about establishing the licenses as standard, and growing the archive. The next phase is building a global movement that will create a more vibrant, usable commons powered by collaboration and gratitude. Today, the global commons stands at over 1.4 billion licensed works, made up of images, video, audio, datasets, open textbooks, research, 3D models, and more.Apply
7 days ago
Join us as a Senior React Web Developer
What you'll do
You'll hone your skills to create beautiful web applications in React+Redux+GraphQL and leverage tools like D3.js, working closely with experts across the business to make sure they’re relevant, purposeful and on-brand.
Day to day, you'll be:
The skills you'll need
You'll also bring:
And while it's not essential, it would be great if you can bring:
If you need any adjustments to support your application, such as information in alternative formats or special requirements to access our buildings, or if you’re eligible under the Disability Confident Scheme please contact us and we’ll do everything we can to help.Apply
10 days ago
As Wiki Education’s Software Developer, you will work with our Chief Technology Officer to build and maintain the Wiki Education Dashboard, an open source web app built with React and Ruby on Rails that empowers thousands of instructors, librarians, and others across the globe to organize newcomer-friendly Wikipedia editing projects and track the contributions of these new Wikipedians. You’ll create new features that help people do more and better work on Wikipedia, Wikidata, and other free educational projects. You’ll talk with the Wiki Education staff, instructors, and students who rely on your work. You’ll fix bugs, solve user experience problems, make accessibility improvements, and remove performance bottlenecks. You’ll contribute patches to the upstream projects we depend on. You’ll provide technical mentorship to interns and volunteer code contributors. You’ll refactor, write tests, monitor deployments, and ensure that we maintain a livable, newcomer-friendly codebase. Sometimes you’ll pair program, or work on WordPress and Salesforce, or use any of a wide variety of technical tools in the wider Wikimedia ecosystem. With the rest of the Wiki Education team, you’ll help make Wikipedia a more reliable and comprehensive resource for the millions of people across the world who rely on it every day.
Wikipedia is an incredible community and a valuable educational resource. But the experience for new users has fallen behind, holding back Wikipedia’s potential to achieve its goal: a world in which every single human being can freely share in the sum of all knowledge. There remains a large gap between traditional knowledge institutions — universities, libraries, archives, museums — and Wikipedia. Wiki Education’s mission is to bridge that gap, finding ways to bring new contributors and new knowledge to Wikipedia. As a small nonprofit with a technology stack outside of Wikipedia’s own legacy infrastructure, we have the freedom to experiment with new ideas, iterate quickly, and tackle big problems. We’ll build great free and open source technology, nurture a vibrant development community, and — if we can pull it off — save Wikipedia by supporting the next generation of contributors.
About the position
Trips to San Francisco for Wiki Education all-staff meetings are required twice per year. Applicants must be legally authorized to work in the United States.
$80,000 – $110,000 (depending on experience), with generous benefits
Send a cover letter and résumé to email@example.com.Apply
11 days ago
We’re looking for a Front End Engineer that’s motivated to help us bring the BUMP experience to web. BUMP already has a buzzing 2.5 million person strong community that’s active on mobile but we're seriously excited about the enormous opportunity web represents and have a roadmap full of incredible projects specifically for web - we see this as a critical channel for our entire business.
You'll be working incredibly closely with our Director of Engineering, Senior Product Designer and CEO to define and deliver future versions of our web app. We’re a small, nimble team that cares deeply about what we build, how we build it, and the people who love BUMP. Being one of the first engineers at the company, you will have the opportunity to wear a lot of hats and define the early foundation of BUMP. As you grow and as BUMP grows, you will be able to take future leadership roles and define large aspects of our technology and culture. We believe in strong equity packages too so we're all fully behind what we're building together at BUMP.