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Front-end Engineer

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Job Description

At Doist, we strive to build not only amazing products but amazing groups of people. Our multidisciplinary teams are passionate about creating products like Todoist and Twist that improve people’s lives. They thrive on innovating new solutions to old productivity challenges and seek to change how productivity tools are made.

Doist is a global, remote-first company and we believe that our way of working– independent of borders and time zones– is the future.

Your role

In this role, you’ll collaborate closely with Todoist’s back-end development and design teams to turn Todoist into a true productivity hub. This is a challenging task since Todoist is constantly evolving and is available on many platforms and continues to grow weekly. You’ll help improve Todoist by building useful and innovative features, building reusable libraries and tools, and improving our codebases with modern JavaScript tools such React and Redux.

As a front-end JavaScript engineer you’ll:

  • Contribute code to multiple projects and initiatives that modernize our front-end code to follow latest best practices (e.g. ES6, React)
  • Propose, design, develop, and deploy new functionalities
  • Be a responsible team member: do code reviews, mentor others, refactor code, share knowledge

Benefits


We’re bootstrapped, profitable, and committed to building a sustainable company that will continue to grow for decades to come. That means we value work-life balance and invest in our employees’ long-term growth.

We offer:

  • Competitive compensation
  • Generous paid vacation + national holidays
  • Education stipends
  • Flexible schedule and location
  • Home office perks
  • And much more

This is a remote position, so you will be free to work from wherever you please on whatever schedule works best for you. You’ll also have the option to work from our office in Porto, Portugal or rent a co-working space in the city where you live.

You can read more about how we work on our team blog, in this Forbes article, and in this Fast Company article.