Full Time: Front-end Developer at ViaBill A/S in Europe / Remote

From humble beginnings of a handful of people with a few PCs, ViaBill has grown to be a major player in the Danish e-commerce payment market, accepting transactions from more than 2.500 eshops! We've achieved all of this through cutting out the red tape and bureaucracy.

We are one team working towards a common goal and we are seeking for passionate, self-driven frontend developers to help carry the load of the constant new features and products we add to our portfolio.

You'll receive a great deal of autonomy and guidance, work in a fast paced and high energy environment and help ViaBill grow beyond Danish borders.

A good fit for us should be intrigued by challenges and be prepared to encounter a few soon after she/he joins us; be a team player; have ownership of the code produced; work out of his/hers comfort zone; explore new technologies and applying them in assignments; be open to feedback and not start flame wars.

Does this sound like you, and do you sit anywhere in the EU, then keep reading...

Although we are proud to hire for personality, we have also identified the following qualifications as necessary for this role:

Deep understanding of Angular 2+, Redux state container, Webpack module bundler
Fluency in English with excellent communication and organizational skills
Familiar with testing frameworks such as jasmine, karma and mocha
Worked on apps with modern stack (ES2015, Flexbox, CSS Modules)
Experience collaborating on software projects with design and API aspects
Quick learner with an ambitious and results driven personality
Works well as part of a team in a fast-paced environment
Bonus points for A GitHub (or similar) account with some cool projects in it
About ViaBill:
ViaBill provides point-of-sales financing for online shoppers directly integrated in the eshops or through the payment gateway.

ViaBill allows customers to finance a basket of goods instantly free of interest and mandatory fees.

Customers can use the line of credit across a network of thousands of eshops.


Source: GitHub:Jobs