Senior Frontend Engineer

Research & Development

Kharkiv or remote

January 10, 2022

The product is a GraphQL API Security platform. 

Our client addresses organizations' new security challenges emerging from the rapid adoption of GraphQL across industries. GraphQL is adopted by developers without fully understanding the new risk paradigms.

Our client mitigates these risks with role-based granular security controls, dynamic cost analysis, and AI-based AST anomaly detection to prevent abusive attacks and data leaks that today's API gateways cannot detect.

This product is a cutting-edge security platform that uses the latest cloud technology stack. 

The client wants to build a high-caliber software team, where engineers are the essence and value of the company.

We are looking for self-driven, self-motivated engineers who don't need to be micromanaged.

Engineers that will be empowered to make a big difference and have a big influence on the whole product. You will be responsible not only for the features end-to-end, including design, code, and tests but also for some DevOps roles.

Responsibilities

Requirements

  • 5+ years experience with front end UI development;
  • 3+ years experience with the React framework;
  • Proficient in web technologies and web architectures;
  • Experience with apollo client GraphQL APIs;
  • Experience with typescript;
  • Experience with tools such as babel, webpack, npm;
  • Experience with dev tools: git, Jira, slack;
  • Intermediate level of English or higher.

Bonus points for

We offer excellent benefits, including but not limited to

  • People-oriented management without bureaucracy;
  • Competitive compensation;
  • Flexible schedule;
  • 15 working days of annual paid vacation;
  • Paid sick-leaves;
  • Friendly and engaging professional team;
  • Opportunities for self-realization, career, and professional growth;
  • Corporate English lessons;
  • MacBook 50/50;
  • Accounting and legal support.

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