Web Development Engineer

We are looking for a Web Development Engineer
to join our product team

Description

As a Web Development Engineer at MorphL, you have the chance to develop a new product from the very early stages. We are looking for candidates who thrive in a fast paced start-up like environment and want to invent the future.

Our team is looking for a senior software development leader to architect and design new cloud services with heavy reliance on advanced web and mobile interfaces from the ground up. You will help define system specs, design and iterate on early prototypes, and help create novel user experiences.

You’ll collaborate closely with product managers and UX designers to help define the scope of a product. As an early team member, you will take responsibility for technical problem solving, creatively meeting product objectives, and developing best practices. You will interact with teams across different companies to accomplish your goals. You will play a leadership role in defining processes and methods to improve the productivity of the entire team.

Other details

Mid-Senior level

Bucharest based

Great startup culture

Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Science or related field or 4+ years of relevant work experience
  • 4+ years of recent real-world experience building best-in-class user experiences
  • 4+ years experience using JavaScript: Node.js, Angular.js, and React.
  • Experience with integrating with RESTFUL APIs and working with backend team on a full-stack solution
  • Fluency with CSS and a stylesheet language like LESS or SASS
  • Experience with NoSQL database like MongoDB is desirable
  • Experience deploying large scale web applications
  • Experience with mobile UI/mobile development is a real plus

Tech Stack

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Jobs at MorphL

We're excited to hear from you and you should know that our application process is a bit different - you'll need to make an inference about the correct e-mail address to send your resume/CV.



This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 779790.