Sensio Published: May 15, 2020
    Anywhere in Europe / Barcelona (Remote), Spain
    Job Type


    Looking for a team member web-developer for a 6-month project. You will work with a small international team for this project and on multiple sup-projects.  The project already started and will continue after this posting.

    We are building an application for multimedia copyright which will allow anyone to protect their content, obtain proofs of their ownership and copyright using our Sensio Network blockchain.

    Required Experience (must have):

    - typescript in both front-end and back-end environment
    - react js (SPA, SSR, PWA)
    - HTML5/CSS3
    - yarn, git
    - writing unit tests using jest
    - Semantic-UI and MaterialUI CSS frameworks
    - UI/UX interactivity design

    Optional Experience:
    - familiarity with Docker
    - PostgreSQL database knowledge
    - CI/CD workflows,
    - GraphQL
    - image processing libraries like (sharp, imageOptim, ImageMagick)
    - experience with blockchain and DApps
    - experience with Substrate based chains
    - additional languages (Rust, Python)
    - familiarity with Oauth2, passport.js, Auth0

    To be the best fit for this project you need to:

    - communicate clearly
    - be self-motivated and self-organized
    - take charge, ownership, and responsibilities of the tasks you do
    - be a team player
    - enjoy taking photos and share them
    - care about data privacy
    - write readable, robust and maintainable code
    - actively participate in design and architecture decisions

    Working hours 40h/week

    If you are interested in learning more about the project itself check out https://sensio.group

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