Sr. Frontend Developer (m/f/x) // Navigating Art at Navigating ArtPosted on: 02/09/2021
Location: Berlin, Germany (ON-SITE)
Tags: swagger angular typescript
You want to have a lasting impact on the art market and work on an uprising data platform? Look no further! We are looking for a Frontend Developer (m/f/x) to implement, establish, and support our Art Data Platform. Our solution allows artists, estates and other organizations to unlock the value of artwork-centric information that are today hidden away in analogue or inaccessible locations. Our digital archive organises and structures primary sources of information to give proof to data, and builds the foundation to create and publish evidence-based digital catalogue raisonnés. **What you’ll do:** * Build amazing interfaces for the platform with the insights from our user research efforts * Make a difference by providing frontend coding expertise, and help make our product better for our users * As our team grows, you will mentor, train and lead by example to cultivate design techniques and coding standards **You’ll be great in this role if you:** * Have demonstrated an unwavering commitment to quality, a collaborative work ethic, and cutting-edge coding skills * Love test-driven development, continuous integration and deployment * Obtain excellent skills in Angular 10+ with Typescript * Know how to work effectively with HTML5, CSS3, Material Design, RxJS, SASS, Angular-CLI and Swagger * Knowledge about design patterns and software architecture in general * Decent GIT skills * Having experience in NX dot dev and some knowledge about DevOps would be a plus **Our Promise:** * Work in small, autonomous teams with a high degree of creative freedom * Collaborative and open company culture dedicated to making * Talented, inspiring colleagues from all over the world * Located in Europe’s most creative city with low cost of living and high quality of life **About Navigating Art:** The art market has been characterized as intransparent for most of the past. It continually demonstrates an asymmetry in data access, which is not shared by one and all equally. We at Navigating Art want to change this. Our vision is to improve art data access and become the most relevant art data platform worldwide. Founded in 2020 with support of the Hasso-Plattner-Foundation, we have everything on board that is required to accomplish this mission. Until today, our platform is already hosting data for 40k+ artworks, 60k+ archival resources, and 14M+ media items. Our company website will launch soon too. Navigating Art is committed to providing a friendly, safe and welcoming environment for everyone who works here or with us, regardless to gender, gender identity and expression, sexual orientation, disability, physical appearance, body size, race, age, religion (or lack thereof) and art preferences.