Senior Frontend Engineer – £65,000 – Remote
Robotics. Data. ML. Sustainability.
React, TypeScript, AWS
We’re joining forces with an innovative start-up that is using AI, machine learning, and autonomous robotics to help increase efficiency and save time in offshore missions – all whilst reducing carbon and greenhouse emissions. Although right now they’re focused on helping our oceans, they’re looking to expand into other markets such as farming and construction in the not-so-distant future.
They’re going for Series B as we speak and have some juicy plans for the future.
It couldn’t be a better time to join them.
About the role/team
You’ll be joining a team of about 20 people (including engineers, designers, etc.) which are split into 4 teams.
You’ll be a part of their Web Platform Team which already consists of 1 frontend developer. This team focuses on one of their main platforms which integrates with an AI product.
This couldn’t be further away from your average Front-end position.
You’ll be working on some tricky but cool problems that will no doubt be outside of your comfort zone… In a good way though.
Tech you’ll be using daily will consist of React, TypeScript, AWS, Git
About the culture/working arrangements etc.
If you thrive off working on a product that is genuinely making an impact, especially on the planet – this is the place for you.
If you’re committed, open to change, love a little bit of craziness – this is the place for you.
The company culture is second to none.
They’re continuing to work remotely (if you don’t feel comfortable coming into the office, there’s 0 pressure). Zoom drinks on Friday are still a thing here but if you’re in the office then no doubt you’ll be going to the local altogether.
Another thing that stood out about this company is that the founders are VERY involved. They keep the team updated weekly on how the business is doing, future, general chats, and check-ins, etc.
Flexible working hours + remote working, 33 days holidays, private pension, medical insurance scheme, cycle to work, etc.
Want a slice of the pie?