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Mid/Senior Front-End Engineer at Rotor Studios (North Sydney, Australia)

We're looking for an experienced Front-End Engineer who can fit into our existing UX team and together build more amazing designs and interfaces, using the latest tech on some truly unique projects. You'll have to be intimately familiar with HTML/CSS and the latest standards, you'll have great JS and React skills, and know how to get around cross-browser compatibility issues.

You will have worked extensively with ReactJS and maybe RxJS, CSS tools like Bootstrap, LESS or SASS, and you should be comfortable using the usual workflow tools like Git, npm and webpack.

It would be useful if you've got design experience, although not an absolute necessity. An interest in VR/AR, WebGL and three.js would be an advantage too, as most of our projects involve some of these technologies.

We work using Agile processes, so familiarity with tools like JIRA is a big bonus. We love to collaborate - sharing knowledge means we get the best solutions - so you should be confident in presenting ideas, and comfortable with taking suggestions and concepts from others.


You genuinely care that things are done the right way, but recognise that sometimes you just have to GSD (get stuff done!). You are always looking to learn and improve - whether you've got zero experience or 15 years experience with that technology, you know there's room to make it better.

You like to bounce ideas around with other creative and talented devs, and you're slightly addicted to the buzz you get from coming up with a unique solution to a curly problem. You thrive in an environment where you can call on the expertise of your teammates, as well as having your expertise depended upon and recognised. 

The team you work with is just as important to you as what you're trying to achieve and the tech stack you're using to get there (although new and interesting is always more fun!).

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