-7+ years of proven and actual experience with Angular, developing modern, responsive websites using CSS3, HTML5 and JS
-strong understanding of FE design and architecture best practices
-motivated, independent, and eager to execute mentality
-experience with implementing complex data visualizations — a big advantage
-BSc. in computer science — an advantage
-level of English — Upper-Intermediate and higher
The friendliest community of like-minded IT-people
Open knowledge-sharing environment — exclusive access to a rich pool of colleagues willing to share their endless insights into the broadest variety of modern technologies
Fair salary and 100% taxes coverage — don’t worry about possible taxes raise — we will get you covered
Perfect office location in the city-center (900m from Lukyanivska metro station with a green and spacious neighborhood) or remote mode engagement: you can choose a convenient one for you, with a possibility to fit together both
No open-spaces setup — separate rooms for every team’s comfort and multiple lounge and gaming zones on all of the 3 floors
Neverending fun: sports events, tournaments, music band, multiple affinity groups
Our Client is an Israeli company that has been creating trusted DevOps analytics tools for over 10 years and has even been named as a “Cool Vendor in IT Operation Analytics” by Gartner. Their creation, a Log Analysis Platform for IT-applications, servers, and cloud applications — is considered to be a breakthrough that unlocks the hidden value of log data. To answer a growing demand for data visualization our customer creates tools for advanced log analytics: their Log Analysis Platform helps to reveal tendencies and gain insights on how to navigate complex corporate digital ecosystems.
They are looking for someone who could upscale their current Angular code base to use better/more advanced FE architecture, for someone that is not just a senior developer but rather a super experienced and knowledgeable architect that can consult for a limited number of hours. They would like to get their inputs on their current way of doing things and suggestions for improvements along with best practices of how to do this.