Full Stack Developer

  • Indefinite
  • Full time

Wild Audience is a big-data startup building a new SaaS analytics app called Wildmetrics.

Wildmetrics is a no-code and API-based analytics app that makes it easy and reliable for digital businesses to track & analyse customer journeys so that they can generate more revenue without needing to hire analytics specialists.

We are looking for a third developer to join us building Wildmetrics from scratch.

We are a fully bootstrapped and remote team of 7 serving more than 500 customers around the world in English, Spanish and German language.

As a team we value low-stress, freedom and more time for the things we love doing - like enjoying nature, spending time with our family and surfing :-)
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About you

You speak English fluently (Spanish is a plus) and feel comfortable working with Asana, Loom, Notion, Slack & Google Meet.

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Job Responsibilities:

Together with our two other full-stack developers you will be responsible for:

  • Developing, testing and refactoring components in React.
  • Developing and designing GraphQL API.
  • Implementing and designing new features.
  • Designing data models, implementing queries and mutations to the database.
  • The implementation of backend functions (lambda functions in Node.js).
  • Designing and implementing integrations with third party API's.
  • Clean documentation, well-organized communication/reporting and research.
  • Supporting the team with technical questions, detecting and fixing bugs.
  • Reviewing and refactoring code.

You’re able to effectively balance speed/quality/tech debt and make engineering decisions that enable speed while maintaining quality results.

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Job Requirements:

  • Minimum Skills:
    • Min. 2 years of experience working with React.
    • Good understanding and experience of HTML, CSS, JS.
    • Good understanding and experience with Javascript Es6 syntax.
    • Good understanding and experience of GIT workflow.
  • Good to have:
    • Basic understanding of Node.js.
    • Basic understanding of SQL.
    • Understanding of functional programming.
    • Experience with Agile development techniques.
    • Understanding / experience with API design and development.
    • Understanding / experience with JAMstack.
    • Understanding / experience with CSS frameworks as Tailwind, Bootstrap or Foundation.
    • Understanding / experience with AWS and/or Azure architecture and systems.
    • Experience with Serverless framework.
    • Experience developing and working with RESTful and GraphQL Web Services.
    • Experience working with full stack web applications.
    • Experience with databases and data models.
    • Design skills using tools like Figma.

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The stack you will use:

  • Jamstack
  • RedwoodJS
  • React
  • GraphQL
  • Prisma
  • AWS
  • PostgreSQL
  • Jest

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The benefits you will get

  • You can be located anywhere in the world
  • 100% remote by choice (work from co-workings, cafes or at home)
  • Flexible working hours (no 9-5 & you're not glued to your desk)
  • Call free Wednesdays
  • Asynchronous internal communication
  • Your salary grows directly with the company MRR
  • Private health insurance
  • Surf afternoons
  • Paid therapist
  • 16 public holidays + 25 paid vacation days + company holidays (Dec 24 - Jan 2nd)
  • Transparent culture (new hires, salaries, revenue, expenses, feedback)
  • People first work environment

We have a lot of more cool ideas about team benefits which we will gradually roll-out whenever Wild Audience achieves new financial goals and more funds become available.

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Hiring Process Overview

Phase 1: Initial application — You’ll complete an application form with your basic info and answer a few questions so we can learn more about you, your experiences and skills and what is your vision for the future. If we believe there is a good fit based on that initial application, you'll jump into the next stage.

Phase 2: Test — We’ll send you a test to complete (2-5 hours) to evaluate your skills and learn more about your coding and design style.

Phase 3: Interviews — You’ll be having a first call with one of our developers to go through your test. If we believe there is a good fit at this stage, you'll jump on a call with Bastian, our CEO to talk about company culture, benefits and the future of the company as well as to answer any questions you might have.

Phase 4: Decision & Job Offer — After your interview with our CEO Bastian, we will take a few days to reflect on your application, make an offer and hopefully you’ll become a member of our team! :-)

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If you want to learn more about us, please visit these pages:

https://wildaudience.com/about

https://www.instagram.com/wildmail.io/

https://twitter.com/wildmetrics

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