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Frontend Engineer


At Proton, we're bringing cutting-edge machine learning to B2B distribution. By predicting what customers will buy, we're improving sales and efficiency, and driving growth. Of course, none of this matters without a great way to use our tool.

Our CSR/ISR product helps sales insides sales and customer service representatives do their jobs more effectively. You'll help build a desktop-focused frontend to make their workflows easier, faster, and better. You'll collaborate with your team to deliver a seamless, performant experience across the web and mobile devices.

You'll work with UX designers, product managers, and backend engineers to help devise, design, build, and revise new features. We want to solve big problems with big solutions. Our goal is to offer deep, creative solutions to our users, not a hodgepodge of thoughtlessly assembled buttons and text fields. You'll work with data scientists to deliver thoughtful features powered by cutting-edge machine learning models.

This position reports to the engineering lead on the CSR/ISR product team. You'll have access to our growing frontend and design group across the company working across our different products. You'll also have access to actual users to workshop your designs.

Our frontend code is written in JavaScript as a single-page Vue.js application deployed using a microservice architecture. Backend components are written primarily in Python and Go. You will need some familiarity with dynamic programming, but specific knowledge of Vue.js is not required.

This role is for immediate start. Applications are reviewed weekly on a rolling basis. We're a remote-first company and open to candidates anywhere in the world.

As you may have noticed, our hiring process is a little different. You can read more about that — and learn more about our engineering organization more generally — on our engineering blog.