Headquarters: Utah USA
I'm hiring an experienced ES6 / TypeScript / Angular 2 developer who
will have a big impact in my tiny company.
My company embraces 100% remote work
and flexible hours.
(ES6+) and TypeScriptHave 3+ months
experience with Angular 2Are self-motivated
and can solve problems independentlyHave excellent
written and verbal English skillsLive in South
AmericaWant to work from home
in a long-term, full-time positionAnd we get along;
to see the team you'll be joining, visit our about us pageMy company is called Custody X Change.
I've been working on this
business since 2004.
We sell software that creates child custody schedules and
This software has helped thousands of people in their child
custody situations, by reducing their conflict and saving them money in legal
fees.We care deeply about creating amazing customer experiences.
that we solicit feedback from users and run moderated usability studies.
we go back and make changes to our interface and our code to make it easier to
It's exciting when you make a change and see it positively impact our
customers.In February of this year we launched a beta of our new product, a
web/mobile Angular 2 application that will make it easy for families to
communicate about custody scheduling, children's activities, and shared
expenses.We need your help writing Angular 2 code, building components, and tackling
a lot of challenges.
As this is a small, distributed team, it's important that
you can work independently and find solutions to the challenges you'll face.Our stack is built with Angular 2 on the frontend, Node.js on the
backend and Amazon DynamoDB for the database.
We're running everything on
Amazon Web Services.
TypeScript.If you want to build a genuinely helpful product that lots of people
will use, build it on Angular 2 and other new technologies, and join a small,
distributed team, then we should talk.To apply, email me at [email protected], and:Include your resume
in PDF formatSomehow use the
word "lime" in the subject of your emailAnswer the
following 4 questions in your email, in this order:Where do you live?Tell me about a project you've worked on: what was your role, team
size, project length, technologies used, testing methodology, etc.?Have much have you used angular 2, and what do you think about it?What salary would you be happy making, for this long-term, full-time,
Note: agencies need not apply; I'm looking for an employee to join our
I want you to be happy working for me.
I'll pay you a good salary
and you can work normal hours.
I care about results, not bureaucracy.
To apply: See description.