The Ideal Candidate
— 4+ years of experience in front-end development;
— hands on experience with Vue.js framework;
— good knowledge of HTML5/CSS3, LESS/SASS;
— experience with gulp/grant;
— experience with git;
— experience of working with agile methodology;
— upper-intermediate English both oral and written;
— excellent communicational skills.
— experience with Salesforce Commerce Cloud;
— experience with Visual Studio;
— experience in creating mobile versions for various devices.
What Balance Means to Us
— a modern office, comfortable work environment, and the best available tools;
— business trips to Europe/US;
— 20 working days of vacation;
— medical insurance;
— sick leave (up to 20 days a year);
— unpaid leave (up to 20 days a year);
— paid days off (2 days);
— private entrepreneur leave (2 days);
— ability to work from home;
— professional certifications coverage — 100% (successfully passed);
— English classes;
— sport hobbies compensation;
— ability to participate in Global Valtech R&D initiatives (AR/VR projects and IoT projects).
— Develop new user-facing features;
— Implement best practices in frontend development;
— Build reusable code and libraries for future use;
— Ensure the technical feasibility of UI/UX designs;
— Introduce Continuous Integration practices extensively;
— Accurate planning of the feature delivery;
— Optimize application for maximum speed and scalability;
— Assure that all user input is validated before submitting to back-end;
— Collaborate with other team members and stakeholders.
As a consultant you are expected to develop expertise both in technology and in communicating complex concepts and rationale to non-techies. We’ll encourage and support this with frequent opportunities to share ideas internally. We also have consultants frequently deliver at regional, national and global conferences.
The client is a luxury fashion brand owned by a worldwide known star of show business. Sells fashionable clothes. The e-shop is built on Salesforce Commerce Cloud. Customer is located in Paris. Sounds pretty awesome, right?