Headquarters: Utah, USA
I’m hiring an experienced Angular and TypeScript developer to join our small team. Our company embraces 100% remote work and flexible hours. This is a full-time position.
I’d like to hire you if you:
- Have 6+ months experience with Angular (not AngularJS) and TypeScript
- Are self-motivated and can solve problems independently
- Have excellent written and verbal English skills
- Live in Latin America (we have two developers currently in Brazil)
- Want to work from home in a long-term, full-time position
- And we get along; to see the team you’ll be joining, visit our about us page
My company is called Custody X Change. I’ve been working on the business since 2004. We sell a web application that creates child custody schedules and parenting plans. It also helps families make difficult decisions post-divorce/separation, and facilities communication between two parents who may not get along very well anymore. All of this reduces a lot of conflict and saves people a ton of money in legal fees.
Your role will be to help implement new features and improve existing ones. Now that our app is out of beta, we have a lot we want done and not enough time to do it all! We also care deeply about creating amazing customer experiences. This means that we solicit feedback from users and run moderated usability studies. Then we go back and make changes to our interface and our code to make it easier to use. It’s exciting when you make a change and see it positively impact our customers.
Our stack is built with Angular on the frontend, Node.js on the backend and Amazon DynamoDB for the database. We’re running everything on Amazon Web Services. We’re writing all of the code in TypeScript.
If you want to help build a genuinely helpful product, and join a small, distributed team, then we should talk.
To apply, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org, and:
- Include your resume in PDF format
- Somehow use the word “popcorn” in the subject of your email
- Answer the following 4 questions in your email, in this order:
- Where do you live?
- Tell me about a project you’ve worked on: what was your role, team size, project length, technologies used, testing methodology, etc.?
- How much have you used Angular, and what do you think about it?
- What salary would you be happy making, for this long-term, full-time, remote position?
P.S. I want you to be happy working for me. I’ll pay you a good salary and you can work normal hours. I care about results, not bureaucracy.
To apply: email@example.com