In Cyclad we work with a top international IT services provider in order to boost their potential in delivering outstanding, cutting edge technologies that shape the world of the future.
We are currently looking for specialists for company delivering advanced software research and development services to international clients. We are hiring frontend engineers who are highly motivated to disrupt data science with automation.Competence demands:
2+ years of experience in frontend development
Good working knowledge of Angular ecosystem
Strong foundation of functional and reactive programming.
Working knowledge of git, Jenkins, Github, JIRA, etc.
Strong focus on the code
Good knowledge of English (both spoken and written)-min. B2
Nice to have
Experience with developing interfaces for data rich applications/analytic software
Experience with frontend testing tools like Protractor, Jasmine and Karma.
Experience with building enterprise and analytics software, building diagrams with plotly.js, mxgraph, or D3.js.
Long-lasting cooperation with the client
Direct impact on the product
Powerful hardware, 2-3 monitors
Friendly atmosphere, no stress, no dress-code
Flexible working hours: we understand if you have to leave at 3pm or prefer to work in the evenings
Very comfortable office 2 minutes from the Kabaty subway station - NASK
Knowledge within reach: we have a pretty decent company library, you can also use one of our ebook readers
Location: Warsaw (Kabaty metro station)
Type of project: solutions dedicated to foreign clients (mainly), related to the area of Big Data/ML (frontend is based on Angular, backend on Java Scala and Python)
Location: Warsaw (Kabaty metro station) currently 100% remote work
Techn: JS, Angular, git, Jenkins, Github, JIRA, Junit, plotly.js/mxgraph/D3.js
Remuneration: 16 000-22 000 net+ VAT/h (Mid/Senior)
Understanding user stories and specifications
Designing efficient, stable, and maintainable architecture
Closely collaborating with UX/UI designers and product owners
Working with other teams around the globe