TextMaster · Sep 1st 2017
Headquarters: Paris, France URL: https://www.textmaster.com
Created in 2011, TextMaster is the leading professional translation service available entirely online. By combining advanced technology with a network of verified expert translators in over 50 languages, TextMaster is redefining how businesses handle translation.
Clients can access TextMaster through an online SaaS platform, API or a wide range of integrations and partners. More than 10,000 companies, from multinational corporations to SMBs, in 110 countries, trust TextMaster to optimise their translation workflow.
We’re facing rapid growth and are now hiring a talented React front-end developer to strengthen our team and keep releasing amazing features that will make our clients super happy.
You will join an ambitious development team to help build an amazing online platform while striving to improve your skills. As part of TextMaster’s core development team, you will work on extending and building exciting new client facing applications relying on our front-end stack and a component-based architecture. We develop everything internally, so you will have the chance to work on every aspect of a very large and successful online product.
The position requires a lot of attention to detail and a strong technical expertise. You’ll join a team of very talented developers working in an amazing atmosphere and a very multi-cultural environment. The position is open to full time remote developers (preferably based in Europe for timezone consideration) or to employees in our Belgian (Brussels) or French (Paris) offices.
Front-end stack: React, Redux, Node.js, Webpack, ES6 / Babel, GraphQL
Back-end / API: Ruby on Rails (5.x), JSON API, GraphQL, Rabbit MQ, Event Sourcing, CQRS
Database: MongoDB, Elastic Search, Redis, Postgres
Infrastructure: AWS, Azure, Docker, Microservices
Other (we use state of the art tools and processes):
To apply: Interested? Please send you application along with the result of the following technical test . Please note that we take this test very seriously and that we are not looking to work with consultancy agency, we want to grow our internal team.