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Senior Front End Software Developer

Status: open for applications
We enjoy a great work-life balance, a global organization, a constantly growing company, a team-oriented approach, clear direction, and an exciting and ambitious atmosphere with a relaxed work environment. (Source: Glassdoor)

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About the role

Entegy is an intuitive and easy-to-use event management, communication, and engagement platform, designed specifically for professional business events. It allows us to create the perfect event flow by configuring a range of modular features on an event-by-event basis. These modular feature sets mean we can create events of all kinds and sizes.

In this opportunity, we are looking for a Sr. Front-end Developer, to join our team to work remotely from Philippines.

Required Technical Skills

● Strong HTML, CSS, Javascript knowledge

● Eye for design, especially building visually appealing front ends with animation/motion

● Experience in a reactive Javascript framework - ideally Vue

● Experience with Javascript tooling (NPM/Vite/PostCSS/Webpack/Gulp etc)

Beneficial experience and skills to have

● UI/UX design

● Any experience with C# or AWS

Seniority and years of experience

Senior with 5+ years’ experience in professional development

Type of work

This is a 100% remote work.


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