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JavaScript Developer at Digital Science (Cambridge, MA) (allows remote)

We are seeking to hire a talented JavaScript developer with strong front end development experience to join us in our Zagreb office for a long-term full time commitment. You will be responsible for developing and supporting new JavaScript-based projects including browser extensions, MS Office Add-ins, and Google Docs integrations.   



Compensation is competitive and based on experience.



About us: We are a small, dynamic team based in Boston, Zagreb, and London.



ReadCube started as a research management tool for scientific and academic literature, and has grown to become (what we think is) the world's best platform for discovering and consuming research.



Today ReadCube is the premier online resource for finding and working with academic information.  Our platform of web, desktop and mobile applications and services is used by over 15 million people.



ReadCube is funded and backed by an industry leader.



Check for us at http://bit.ly/2qDY1Fo

 



You: You are a talented and experienced JavaScript developer with focus on front-end development and skill leveraging popular frameworks to solve problems.  You also possess strong written and verbal communication and problem-solving skills, you are detail oriented, independent, organized and you are able to work on fast-paced projects.  Nevertheless, you are a team player, used to work with distributed revision control tools like git or mercurial and with other teams, either locally or remotely.



If you are interested in joining us, you will have:



Strong JavaScript experience developing web-based applications



Experience working with popular JavaScript frameworks like React or Angular



Interest in innovative development of web applications that work within browser and desktop extension frameworks.



Comfortable working with existing code bases as well as new starting projects from scratch.



Good comprehension of object oriented paradigm concepts, and exposure to functional programming



Fluency in English, both written and spoken


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