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UI Developer

PatronGG permanent mid
1600 - 2500 eur
Headquarters: Berlin, DE
Description

We're building a tool for esports fans to make following their favourite team easier. We’re looking for a talented UI Engineer who will join our small early-stage startup. You will work closely with designers and developers to build custom page layouts and interactions. If you're passionate about esports and are looking for a new and exciting challenge in an agile, collaborative environment, then we would love to hear from you!

WHAT YOU SHOULD HAVE

  • You write excellent code in Javascript.
  • You write excellent code in CSS.
  • Experience developing for Accessibility.
  • Some experience working in a component based project (React).
  • You are willing to learn new technologies and programming languages.
  • Experience working in Agile/Scrum/Scrumban methodologies and frameworks.
  • Fluency in English.

TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS

  • Advanced CSS super-hero skills 😎.
  • Programming languages such as JavaScript.
  • Strong organisational skills.
  • Driven to keep up-to-date with developments and trends in the tech world.
  • The ability to learn quickly.
  • The ability to interpret and follow technical plans.
  • Problem-solving skills.
  • Strong communication skills.

We know that applying to a new role takes a lot of work and we truly value your time. We are looking forward to reading your application. If you’re interested in helping redefine how fans follow esports, send us a cover letter that best represents you.



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