Jitera, inc. is a startup company from Japan that makes software to automate the development of mobile and web applications. Our product can be called as No-Code, Low-Code, and code generator. By using our product, customers can develop a software 10 times faster. It’s under development with a lot of tries and errors, but the number of applications developed with our product is increasing, and in fact there is a case that a mobile application was developed about 10 times faster than usual. As the characteristics of our company, we are a team of professionals working remotely, and we have a track record of significant growth over the past year in terms of revenue, product development, and team members.
Our business is growing steadily, so we are expanding frontend engineer team to further grow Jitera's automation product (No-Code, Low-Code, and code generator). There are lots of technical challenges in our development, so lots of skilled and talented engineers are contributing to the product in the professional remote team from all over the world.
Why Candidate should apply for this position?
We are the startup developing technically challenging automation software. Talented engineers who are passionate to work on challenging issues are in our team. You can work from everywhere, and anywhere. We’re remote and flextime team.
Duties and Responsibilities
- Design, implement, test and release high-quality software.
- Work with other engineers, designers, and product owners to implement various features while considering maintainability, security, and performance.
- Represent the engineering team in meetings, contributing to ideas relevant to the product roadmap with a strong understanding of future customers and their desires.
- Monitor and bug fix to ensure that customers can use the application expectedly.
- Create technical documentations and communicate clearly across the product team.
- Support team members to review, feedback, and onboard.
- More than 3 years experience of React and TypeScript
- More than 4 years experience of frontend development
- Good understanding of fundamental design patterns in software design.
- Ability to work independently.
- Communication skills to work cooperatively in the remote team.
- Ability to prepare remote work environment where you can focus on your work with stable network place.
- Experience of mobile application development with React Native
- Experience of GraphQL and Apollo Client
- Experience of server side development, especially with Ruby on Rails
- Experience to develop applications with NoCode services.
- Frontend: TypeScript, React, React Native, Styled Components, Apollo Client
- Backend: Ruby, Ruby on Rails, GraphQL
- Database: MySQL, MongoDB, Redis
- Infrastructure: AWS, GCP, Docker, Terraform, HashiCorp Vault
- CI/CD: Github Actions, AWS CodePipeline
- Project management: Github, Zenhub
- Documentation: Notion, Google Workspace, Miro
- Communication: Slack, Gather, DailyBot
- Full remote. You can work from all over the world. Of course, you can also work from your home.
- Full flextime system. You can work anytime in your timezone, but you need to attend regular team and company meetings.
- Can work part-time during the probation if you recently have a full-time job.
- Premium insurance, private health insurance
- MacBook M1 Pro provided
- 20 annual leaves, paid time pff
- Tax payment (maximum 10% of salary)
- Stock option system
- Special events, occasions celebration, and gifts
- Co-working space
- Sponsorship for classes according to your demand. For instance, we’re providing English classes and some classes on Udemy.
- Some benefits if you'll work as a full-time regular employee
- Culture interview (30 min)
- Coding assignment (homework)
- Technical interview (30-60min)
- Team match interview (30-60 min)
- Final interview (30-60min)
- Trial period (2-4 weeks)
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