We are currently expanding our development team by several front-end engineers. Are you interested in Web technologies , in search technology, in mass-data analysis or machine learning?
As a member of our Talkwalker Front-End Development Team, you will :
Build, develop and refine our core Talkwalker Analytics product
Participate in continuous R&D work for our Talkwalker platform
Let your work be seen by more than 600 paying clients and more than 100.000 free users.
Be able to influence business and product delivery in a flexible company structure
Work together with Data, the search and the machine learning team.
We are looking for you :
You are a strong front-end coder. Regardless of which frameworks you use or how you learned them, we’re looking for people who can write clean, effective code.
You are passionate about building user interfaces that enable users to solve their problems
Familiarity with data structures, front-end frameworks, and other technical tools
Understanding of how technical decisions impact the user of what you’re building
Skill and comfort working in a rapidly changing environment with dynamic objectives
Demonstrated ability to continuously learn, work independently, and make decisions with minimal supervision. You have fun and experience in programming complex software technologies
What we offer :
Outstanding development team and great company atmosphere where you can personally grow
Monthly developer talks
Yearly paid attendance to a conference of your choice related to your work. (e.g. Elasticon in San Francisco)
Competitive salary package, flexible hours
Additional benefits : free drinks, meal vouchers, weekly company lunches / drinks, monthly events (laser game, ice skating, ...)
VISA sponsorship for successful candidates if required
Technologies which we use
Typescript and React are central to our front-end development, still angularjs is part in our code base
A combination of open-source and internal technologies that suit the problems at hand
Industry-standard build tooling, including Gradle, Grunt and Githlab