Kettle is seeking a front-end developer with a passion for solving problems and making creative concepts a reality through clean, maintainable code. The first client you d be working alongside has been celebrated for its iconic design and groundbreaking engineering. And in the dev community they re known for a meticulous approach to code that s so pure, it s considered an art in and of itself.
We d like to know that you can:
5+ years experience in front-end web development
A track record of building component-based SPAs using React
Excellent verbal/written communication and time management skills
Proven debugging and troubleshooting skills
Familiarity with a variety of front end tooling systems
The right candidate should also have:
An insatiable curiosity for new techniques and a razor-sharp eye for detail
You re serious about your work, but don t take yourself too seriously
A passion for collaborating with a creative team to build great products
Why it s an awesome gig:
Choose and use the best tools. Build greenfield projects using the most modern and suitable packages, services, and frameworks. Your first project will be in React and Redux.
Lead the charge in accessibility. Be on the forefront of implementing truly accessible content at scale. And with this client, at scale means really, really big.
Craft pixel-perfect, butter-smooth animations. Leverage the team's shared knowledge to exploit all the quirks of modern browsers for animations that perform consistently and beautifully.
Candidate must be a US citizen or have a work permit.
Competitive compensation based on experience.
All candidates should submit code samples or links to demonstrate your abilities; a GitHub, Bitbucket account, or a Stack Overflow profile is sufficient.
A little about us:
An independent digital agency with offices in New York City and San Francisco. We re a team of makers, doers, and passionate problem-solvers with a simple mission: to make tomorrow better. We spend countless hours tinkering and asking questions until we unequivocally know the product is in its purest, most elegant form. Our strengths are creating user-centric products, keeping it simple, and telling great stories. Our weaknesses are baked goods, french fries, and karaoke.