Location: Helsinki, Commitment Full-time, Team Engineering
We're hiring experienced Frontend Developers to multiple fullstack development teams.
We seek out versatile engineers who can ship highly scalable web applications in multiple technology stacks. You'll be responsible for developing a data-intensive web application that is in the very core of our customers' daily workflow.
You'll work in a highly autonomous self-organizing development team that owns its roadmap, and chooses its own technologies. You’ll develop the product at a fast pace and in close cooperation with the end users—the largest online marketers globally.
Technologies we work with:
Each team makes decisions about their technologies while keeping in mind the operational and cross-team collaboration aspects. In practice, we work with a bunch of different tech, but each team only needs to know a subset of them.
We don’t expect anyone to know all of the technologies beforehand, but knowing some of them will help. Generally, we’re trying to get new team members to play with their strengths and choose their first team accordingly.
On the frontend, we started with an AngularJS codebase, but we’ve been working on converting the most important views to React and Redux. All of our new development is done using React. We’re using Flow for type-checking when we’ve been adding types to existing codebases, and TypeScript when starting fresh projects.
On the backend side, here’s a list of some of the technologies we work with. Again, an individual team most likely works with one or two of these stacks:
Node.js with TypeScript, Ruby on Rails, Kotlin (JVM) and Akka HTTP, PHP and Python
What to expect from our recruitment process
We're growing fast and hiring for a variety of profiles. We’re looking for T-shaped people, who have a good command of the basics, and be specialized in anything from databases to domain expertise, UX, agile process understanding, and so on. Our development teams have different needs, and we believe the best way to find a perfect match is through a conversation with you.
1. First meeting: before diving deeper into your tech skills, we want to know who you are and what motivates you. This is also an opportunity for you to learn more about Smartly.io.
2. Technical interview: we’ll discuss areas relevant to you ranging from frontend development to networks, security, and development methods. We’re trying to get a clear overview of your skills and where you could learn more.
4. Meet your future team to learn what they are working with. After that the final interview with our Chief Product Officer and your team lead.
Who we are
Smartly.io is a fast-growing team of 250+ Humble Hungry Hunters. We are building a B2B SaaS product to fully automate and optimize online marketing at scale for the largest advertisers across the globe. We are a global company with 36 nationalities and footholds in 17 cities, serving 650+ brands across the globe, including eBay, Uber and TechStyle.
We’re building the best product company to work for, where highly autonomous engineering teams can take full ownership of creating a world-class software platform. As an engineer at Smartly.io you get to tackle challenges of considerable scale and complexity. We develop our product at a fast pace and in close cooperation with the largest online businesses globally, including Uber and eBay.
We build tools that help our customers work more effectively. Our product is at the core of how business is done today: it allows brands grow their business online, across platforms like Facebook, Pinterest and Google. We automate all repetitive manual work to help them grow their sales, not headcount.
Engineers at Smartly.io say they chose us thanks to the great work culture and smart colleagues. We only hire to elevate the team, not to delegate tasks, which means that everyone you work with is a true professional. We believe in self-organization, transparency and candid feedback—everyone can speak up and help make better decisions together. Learn more about how we work at smartly.io/culturehandbook.
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