Front End Developer (React)
We are a company in the eastern suburbs specialising in Audio Visual installations - everything from very public, large scale media facades, though to personal solutions like building way-finding and connected workspaces. If you've been to Melbourne you've probably seen some of our work!
Increasingly we are focussing on the interactivity of devices we build and install, and seek to become known for the excellence of the visual design and user experience of these interfaces. The growth of the company is being supported with both internal and external applications so you will have a hand in crafting the front ends for these as well. We'd love you to join us permanently but contract is also an option.
You have a great working knowledge of React and Redux (or maybe you have other ideas about state management). You have good software development discipline and practice.
If you also enjoy design, have an interest in creative problem solving or want to play with some of the cool hardware we work with we’d like to hear from you even more!
- An amazing culture - working with passionate people loving what they do
- Working for a company that cares for its people and a boss that will ensure that happens
- 2 weeks 'family friendly' leave on top of 4 weeks annual leave (as an example)
- Competitive salary
Send me an email about what interests you and what you’ve been up to lately. Be sure to include a resume. If you have a public GitHub repo send me a link too.
I'm a technical recruiter who is actually technical. I've spent years working with development and product teams, and understand what makes a team run smoothly. If this role isn't an exact match but you are passionate about what you do, email me anyway as I would still love to hear from you.
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