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Drops

Word by word, Drops helps you learn new vocabulary through fun, fast-paced games with simple mnemonic images in just 5 minutes a day.

Drops

 This job is getting a high amount of applications right now (19% of viewers clicked Apply)

closed
🌏 Worldwide
 
💰 $80k - $100k

typescript

 

javascript

 

aws

 

deployment & ci cd automation

Drops

Drops

languagedrops.com

🔎2,293 views

✅ 428 applied (19%)

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Type:\n\nRemote, permanent, full-time position\n\nKey Skills:\n\nTypescript, Javascript, AWS (Lambda, RDS, S3, Security Measures and Scaling), Deployment & CI/CD Automation, Appstore (iOS & Google Play) experience.\n\nPitch:\n\nDo you have a soft spot for profitable companies with a meaningful, globally used and loved product? Would you like to work within a compact, super-capable team in a refreshing work environment? Would you like to work on an application that is changing the way we learn and communicate? Drops could be the place for you.\n\nAbout us:\n\nOur goal at Drops is to ensure effective language learning through a delightful, seamless, gamified experience. We strive to be the #1 app for vocabulary learning. Our app has been live on the App Store for 4 years, covering 43 languages, serving over 30 million users across the globe and has been featured on both the App Store (App of the Day) and Play Store (App of the Year in 2018). Drops has also been featured by TechCrunch, FastCo, Forbes, CNN, Bloomberg, VentureBeat and many, many more. In short, we’re a tiny but very powerful team spread (mostly) across Europe, achieving great things the remote way! In December 2020, Drops was acquired by Kahoot!, the world’s leading game-based learning platform\n\nCheck us out here: https://languagedrops.com\n\nAbout you:\n\nYou’ve been working within product companies for a while now and have extensive backend and infrastructure engineering experience. Perhaps you were a key team member that nursed a startup to technical success or you hit the ground running in an already successful growth company. There are bonus points up for grabs for backend/technical lead or principal engineer experience!\n\nYou’re a no-nonsense individual with senior level experience, comfortable in implementing projects across the backend. Be it feature work or infrastructure tech debt, you’ve got a solid understanding of type safe development, comfortable working with databases, writing serverless business logic and operating in an AWS infrastructure. You enjoy the challenge of solving internal technology hurdles while growing a product with millions of MAU. Scaling is one thing, but taking ownership and delivery of security and standards is another important part of the role.\n\nDrops is a deliberately small, but super effective team. You’re naturally drawn to the fate of the products & driven to grow as an engineer rather than to manage people\n\nThe role:\n\nYou are excited by variety (it’s the spice of life!) - In this role, you’ll be:\n\nDeveloping backend features for an app deployable to both web and app stores\nBuilding internal infrastructure/tooling within AWS and GCP\nEnhancing platform security\nKeeping our build times down in automation, deploying and testing\nEnsuring our availability is in the 5 9’s category\nYou’ll be a core part of the engineering team, working on both our main products (Drops, Droplets, Scripts & Visual Dictionary) and internal development challenges with split work between backend feature development and infrastructure challenges.\n\nYou will:\n\nSupport the product team through feature development and bug fixing\nScaling and enhancing security across infrastructure/ops work\nWork with the CTO on the backend technical roadmap, vision and take responsibility for delivering the improvements\nCommunicate effectively with product managers, QA engineers, frontend developers and the marketing team\nAssist in levelling up our engineers through individual talent development pipelines, demos and learning sessions\nBe part of our on-call rota across the engineering team (1 in 5)\n\n\nWhat’d be different here:\n\n\nWe’re a small team. We’re optimising for impact, not for headcount. You’ll be carefully considering any tradeoff that would lead to increased complexity\nWe have robust coding standards and every pull request needs review and approval before it lands in master. We use the rebase workflow and we release a few times a week\nWe’re currently using a single programming language - TypeScript. There are however better placed technology for different jobs which we’d love explore\nOur backend is AWS, deployed multi-region to Lambda and using RDS for our DB. We use Buildkite and Bitrise for our CI\nWe’re using react native on the frontend\nWe’re using Cognito and Firebase for authentication\nWe are BIG on AB testing. We focus on releasing high impact projects and minimise noise\nWe’re doing things in a functional way, concentrating state, minimising side effects and making dependencies explicit. We’re sharing 98%+ of the code between Android, iOS and Web\nOur biggest challenge is (and will remain) managing the complexity of sharing a lot of code between different apps\nRequirements\n\nYou have:\n\nExtensive experience in software/product development within senior roles\nExperience building apps in a functional environment (serverless)\nExperience architecting and developing complex web or mobile apps\nExperience in scaling internal tooling, promoting development best practices and prioritisation (and ensuring delivery) of technical debt\nProject management experience (everyone manages projects at Drops)\nStrong verbal and written communication skills\nExperience working in a product growth environment\nDrops values clear, honest communication and transparency. It’s the linchpin of our culture, success and freedom. You’ll be involved in both high and low level decision making and available during European working hours (10AM - 6PM CET).\n\nBenefits\n\n🌍 All the perks of remote working\n👥 An awesomely compact 24 person team\n🧠 Yearly educational allowance\n💪 Fitness allowance\n💻 High-end Apple hardware and ergonomic accessories\n🏖 36 days of holiday per year\n✈️ Quarterly team gathering somewhere in the world (Amsterdam, Iceland, Lisbon and Budapest were previous locations) - Once we can move freely of course \n\nBe sure to mention the word **NICELY** when applying to show you read the job post completely. This is a beta feature to avoid spam applicants. Companies can search these words to find applicants that read this and see they're human.\n\n \n\n#Salary and compensation\n $80,000 — $100,000/year\n \n\n#Location\n🌏 Worldwide


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Drops

 This job is getting a high amount of applications right now (33% of viewers clicked Apply)

🎈 closed
🇪🇺 EU
 
💰 $30k - $50k

automation testing

 

manual testing

 

cypress

 

ci cd automation

Drops

Drops

languagedrops.com

🔎5,214 views

✅ 1,709 applied (33%)

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Type:\nRemote, permanent, full-time position.\n\nKey Skills:\nAutomation testing, Manual testing, Cypress, CI/CD Automation, Appstores, Javascript, Jira and Confluence.\n\nPitch:\nDo you have a soft spot for profitable companies with a meaningful, globally used and loved product? Would you like to work within a compact, super-capable team in a refreshing work environment? Would you like to work on an application that is changing the way we learn and communicate? Drops could be the place for you.\n\nAbout us:\nOur goal at Drops is to ensure effective language learning through a delightful, seamless, gamified experience. We strive to be the #1 app for vocabulary learning. Our app has been live on the App Store for 4 years, covering 43 languages, serving over 30 million users across the globe and has been featured on both the App Store (App of the Day) and Play Store (App of the Year in 2018). Drops has also been featured by TechCrunch, FastCo, Forbes, CNN, Bloomberg, VentureBeat and many, many more. In short, we’re a tiny but very powerful team spread (mostly) across Europe, achieving great things the remote way! In December 2020, Drops was acquired by Kahoot!, the world’s leading game-based learning platform.\nCheck us out here: https://languagedrops.com\n\nAbout you:\nYou’re a driven and passionate QA Engineer who strives not only for the best possible product experience, but is also a solutions-focussed individual who doesn’t shy away from a challenge. You will have experience working closely with developers and product on a variety of different projects, being a vocal and engaged member of the team throughout the entire development cycle. \nYou will have experience creating, managing and maintaining a variety of automation tests and issue tracking, willing to propose suggestions for improvement and optimisation learnt from previous experience! You’re meticulous about documenting test cases, releases and guides for all cross functional team members . You’re a proactive team player who recognises problems and spots patterns with an eye for processes, compatibility, consistency and stability within a product!\nDrops is a deliberately small, but super effective team. You’re naturally drawn to the fate of the products & driven to grow as an engineer rather than to manage people.\n\nThe role:\nYou are excited by variety (it’s the spice of life!) - In this role, you’ll be:\nWriting, maintaining and fixing automation tests\nWorking on and improving CI/CD flows\nImproving and maintaining quality by manually testing across a suite of applications\nEnsuring quality and engagement through issue tracking in Jira\nPushing releases for the entire Drops catalogue\nWriting documentation on best practices and team testing sessions\n\nYou will:\n\nSupport the development team in testing new builds and functionality\nAdd to and deliver the QA roadmap\nMeet regularly with support to discuss, triage and own issues with quality\nCommunicate effectively with product managers, engineers and the marketing team\nEngage with and monitor KPI’s which detail issue rates, velocity, automation and overall quality\n\nWhat’d be different here:\nWe’re a small team. We’re optimising for impact, not for headcount. You’ll be carefully considering any tradeoff that would lead to increased complexity\nWe have over 30 million users\nWe have robust coding standards and every pull request needs review and approval before it lands in master. We use the rebase workflow and we release a few times a week\nWe’re using Javascript for our cypress automation suite\nOur backend is hosted on AWS and we use Buildkite and Bitrise for our CI\nWe’re using react native on the frontend\nWe are BIG on AB testing. We focus on releasing high impact projects and minimise noise\nOur biggest challenge in QA is balancing a solid automation test coverage, testing new functionality and releasing regularly\n\nRequirements\nYou have:\nWorked within QA teams, with bonus points for small teams and startup/growth companies\nExperience in automation testing (cypress, selenium, protractor, etc)\nExperience using issue tracking via tools such as Jira, Monday etc.\nExperience writing documentation\nExperience with Appstore services and web based applications\nProject management experience (everyone manages projects at Drops)\nStrong verbal and written communication skills\nProactiveness, with a solutions-focussed attitude\nDrops values clear, honest communication and transparency. It’s the linchpin of our culture, success and freedom. You’ll be involved in both high and low level decision making and available during European working hours (10AM - 6PM CET).\n\nBenefits\n🌍 All the perks of remote working\n👥 An awesomely compact 24 person team\n🧠 Yearly educational allowance\n💪 Fitness allowance\n💻 High-end Apple hardware and ergonomic accessories\n🏖 36 days of holiday per year\n✈️ Quarterly team gathering somewhere in the world (Amsterdam, Iceland, Lisbon and Budapest were previous locations) - Once we can move freely of course \n\nBe sure to mention the words **WEEKEND TEACH HUMBLE** when applying to show you read the job post completely. This is a beta feature to avoid spam applicants. Companies can search these words to find applicants that read this and see they're human.\n\n \n\n#Salary and compensation\n $30,000 — $50,000/year\n \n\n#Location\n🇪🇺 EU


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Drops

 This job is getting a high amount of applications right now (72% of viewers clicked Apply)

🎈 closed
Based in the EU
 
💰 $70k - $100k

backend

 

senior

 

engineer

Drops

Drops

languagedrops.com

🔎2,114 views

✅ 1,518 applied (72%)

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Job title: \nSenior Backend Engineer\n\nType: \nRemote, permanent, full-time position \n\nKey Skills: \nTypescript, Javascript, AWS (Lambda, RDS, S3, Security Measures and Scaling), Deployment & CI/CD Automation, Appstore (iOS & Google Play) experience.\n\nPitch:\nDo you have a soft spot for profitable companies with a meaningful, globally used and loved product? Would you like to work within a compact, super-capable team in a refreshing work environment? Would you like to work on an application that is changing the way we learn and communicate? Drops could be the place for you.\n\nAbout us:\nOur goal at Drops is to ensure effective language learning through a delightful, seamless, gamified experience. We strive to be the #1 app for vocabulary learning. Our app has been live on the App Store for 4 years, covering 43 languages, serving over 30 million users across the globe and has been featured on both the App Store (App of the Day) and Play Store (App of the Year in 2018). Drops has also been featured by TechCrunch, FastCo, Forbes, CNN, Bloomberg, VentureBeat and many, many more. In short, we’re a tiny but very powerful team spread (mostly) across Europe, achieving great things the remote way! In December 2020, Drops was acquired by Kahoot!, the world’s leading game-based learning platform\n\nCheck us out here: https://languagedrops.com\n\nAbout you:\nYou’ve been working within product companies for a while now and have extensive backend and infrastructure engineering experience. Perhaps you were a key team member that nursed a startup to technical success or you hit the ground running in an already successful growth company. There are bonus points up for grabs for backend/technical lead or principal engineer experience! \n\nYou’re a no-nonsense individual with senior level experience, comfortable in implementing projects across the backend. Be it feature work or infrastructure tech debt, you’ve got a solid understanding of type safe development, comfortable working with databases, writing serverless business logic and operating in an AWS infrastructure. You enjoy the challenge of solving internal technology hurdles while growing a product with millions of MAU. Scaling is one thing, but taking ownership and delivery of security and standards is another important part of the role.\n\nDrops is a deliberately small, but super effective team. You’re naturally drawn to the fate of the products & driven to grow as an engineer rather than to manage people\n\nThe role:\nYou are excited by variety (it’s the spice of life!) - In this role, you’ll be:\n\nDeveloping backend features for an app deployable to both web and app stores \nBuilding internal infrastructure/tooling within AWS and GCP\nEnhancing platform security\nKeeping our build times down in automation, deploying and testing\nEnsuring our availability is in the 5 9’s category\n\nYou’ll be a core part of the engineering team, working on both our main products (Drops, Droplets, Scripts & Visual Dictionary) and internal development challenges with split work between backend feature development and infrastructure challenges.\n\nYou will:\n\nSupport the product team through feature development and bug fixing \nScaling and enhancing security across infrastructure/ops work\nWork with the CTO on the backend technical roadmap, vision and take responsibility for delivering the improvements\nCommunicate effectively with product managers, QA engineers, frontend developers and the marketing team\nAssist in levelling up our engineers through individual talent development pipelines, demos and learning sessions \nBe part of our on-call rota across the engineering team (1 in 5)\n\nWhat’d be different here:\n\nWe’re a small team. We’re optimising for impact, not for headcount. You’ll be carefully considering any tradeoff that would lead to increased complexity\nWe have robust coding standards and every pull request needs review and approval before it lands in master. We use the rebase workflow and we release a few times a week\nWe’re currently using a single programming language - TypeScript. There are however better placed technology for different jobs which we’d love explore\nOur backend is AWS, deployed multi-region to Lambda and using RDS for our DB. We use Buildkite and Bitrise for our CI\nWe’re using react native on the frontend\nWe’re using Cognito and Firebase for authentication\nWe are BIG on AB testing. We focus on releasing high impact projects and minimise noise\nWe’re doing things in a functional way, concentrating state, minimising side effects and making dependencies explicit. We’re sharing 98%+ of the code between Android, iOS and Web\nOur biggest challenge is (and will remain) managing the complexity of sharing a lot of code between different apps\n\nYou have:\n\nExtensive experience in software/product development within senior roles\nExperience building apps in a functional environment (serverless)\nExperience architecting and developing complex web or mobile apps\nExperience in scaling internal tooling, promoting development best practices and prioritisation (and ensuring delivery) of technical debt\nProject management experience (everyone manages projects at Drops)\nStrong verbal and written communication skills \nExperience working in a product growth environment\n\nDrops values clear, honest communication and transparency. It’s the linchpin of our culture, success and freedom. You’ll be involved in both high and low level decision making and available during European working hours (10AM - 6PM CET).\n\nBenefits:\n🌍 All the perks of remote working\n👥 An awesomely compact 25 person team\n🧠 Yearly educational allowance\n💪 Fitness allowance\n💻 High-end Apple hardware and ergonomic accessories\n🏖 36 days of holiday per year\n✈️ Quarterly team gathering somewhere in the world (Amsterdam, Iceland, Lisbon and Budapest were previous locations)\n\n \n\nBe sure to mention the words **RESPONSE CRUSH KETCHUP** when applying to show you read the job post completely. This is a beta feature to avoid spam applicants. Companies can search these words to find applicants that read this and see they're human.\n\n \n\n#Salary and compensation\n $70,000 — $100,000/year\n \n\n#Location\nBased in the EU


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Drops


closed
🌏 Worldwide
 
💰 $40k - $100k

react native

 

redux

 

a b testing

 

typescript

Drops

Drops

languagedrops.com

🔎1,878 views

✅ 154 applied (8%)

This job post is closed and the position is probably filled. Please do not apply.
\nJob title: Principal Engineer\n\nType: Remote, permanent, full-time position \n\nDo you have a soft spot for profitable companies with a meaningful, globally used and loved product? Would you like to work within a compact, super-capable team in a refreshing work environment? Would you like to work on an application that is changing the way we learn and communicate? Drops could be the place for you.\n\nAbout us:\nOur goal at Drops is to ensure effective language learning through a delightful, seamless, gamified experience. We strive to be the #1 app for vocabulary learning. Our app has been live on the App Store for 4 years, covering 43 languages, serving over 30 million users across the globe and has been featured on both the App Store (App of the Day) and Play Store (App of the Year in 2018). Drops has also been featured by TechCrunch, FastCo, Forbes, CNN, Bloomberg, VentureBeat and many, many more. In short, we’re a tiny but very powerful team spread (mostly) across Europe, achieving great things the remote way! In December 2020, Drops was acquired by Kahoot!, the world’s leading game-based learning platform\n\nCheck us out here: https://languagedrops.com\n\nAbout you:\nYou’ve been working within high growth product companies for some time now and have extensive engineering experience. Perhaps you were an early key team member that nursed a startup to technical success or you hit the ground running in an already successful startup and took them to the next engineering level! \n\nYou’re a no-nonsense person who’s comfortable implementing projects across the tech stack and have worked in tech leadership roles perhaps as a technical lead or a principal engineer. You’ve got a solid understanding of full stack development, comfortable working within the backend and ops tooling but also writing frontend code for both the browser and mobile client. You enjoy the challenge of solving internal technology hurdles while growing a product with millions of MAU.\n\nYou believe variety is the spice of life - In this role, you’ll be developing a complex app deployable to web and app stores, building internal automation infrastructure/tooling and working on dynamic language dictionaries. You’ll also be working on our fully serverless architecture from feature development to keeping our build times down and our availability in the 5 9’s category.\n\nDrops is a deliberately small, but super effective team. You’re naturally drawn to the fate of the products & driven to grow as an engineer rather than to manage people.\n\n\nThe role:\n\nYou’ll be a core part of the development team, working on both our main products (Drops, Droplets, Scripts & Visual Dictionary) and internal development challenges. This role isn’t about writing 10x more code or closing all the tech debt tickets possible, it’s about being a force multiplier, improving efficiency in the tooling, engineering team and product. You’ll be the grease between the engineering cogs!\n\nYou will:\n\nSupport of the production applications be it through feature development, bug fixing or scaling infrastructure/ops work\nWork with the CTO on the technical roadmap, vision and hands on work within areas of improvement\nCommunicate effectively to ensure that everyone is aligned with technical best practices and trends\nAssist in levelling up our engineers through individual talent development pipelines and recruitment drives\n\nWhat’d be different here:\n\nWe’re a small team. We’re optimising for impact, not for headcount. You’ll be carefully considering any tradeoff that would lead to increased complexity\nWe have strict linter rules and every pull request needs to be approved before it lands in master. We use the rebase workflow and we release a few times a week\nWe’re currently using a single programming language - TypeScript. There are however better placed technology for different jobs which we’d love explore\nWe’re using React + Redux to develop UI, on both mobile and the web and use selectors extensively\nOur backend is AWS, deployed multi-region to Lambda and using RDS for our DB. We use Buildkite and Bitrise for our CI\nWe are BIG on AB testing. We focus on releasing high impact projects and minimise noise\nWe’re doing things in a functional way, concentrating state, minimising side effects and making dependencies explicit. We’re sharing 98%+ of the code between Android, iOS and Web\nOur biggest challenge is (and will remain) managing the complexity of sharing a lot of code between different apps\n\nYou have:\n\nExtensive experience in software/product development within leadership roles\nExperience building apps in a functional environment (React/Native and serverless)\nExperience architecting and developing complex web or mobile apps\nExperience in scaling internal tooling, promoting development best practices and prioritising technical debt\nProject management experience (everyone manages projects at Drops)\nStrong verbal and written communication skills \nExperience working in a high growth environment\n\nDrops values clear, honest communication and transparency. It’s the linchpin of our culture, success and freedom. You’ll be involved in both high and low level decision making and available during European working hours (10AM - 6PM CET).\n\nBenefits:\n🌍 All the perks of remote working\n👥 An awesomely compact 20 person team\n🧠 Yearly educational allowance\n💪 Fitness allowance\n💻 High-end Apple hardware and ergonomic accessories\n🏖 36 days of holiday per year\n✈️ Quarterly team gathering somewhere in the world (Amsterdam, Iceland, Lisbon and Budapest were previous locations) \n\nBe sure to mention the words **GOOD KIDNEY FLIGHT** when applying to show you read the job post completely. This is a beta feature to avoid spam applicants. Companies can search these words to find applicants that read this and see they're human.\n\n \n\n#Salary and compensation\n $40,000 — $100,000/year\n \n\n#Location\n🌏 Worldwide


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Drops

 This job is getting a high amount of applications right now (11% of viewers clicked Apply)

closed
🌏 Worldwide
 
💰 $40k - $90k

react native

 

react

 

javascript

 

front end

Drops

Drops

languagedrops.com

🔎2,654 views

✅ 282 applied (11%)

This job post is closed and the position is probably filled. Please do not apply.
Description\n\nDo you have a soft spot for profitable companies with a meaningful, globally used and loved product? Would you like to work within a compact, super-capable team in a refreshing work environment? Would you like to work on an application that is changing the way we learn and communicate? Drops could be the place for you.\n\nAbout us:\n\nOur goal at Drops is to ensure effective language learning through a delightful, seamless, gamified experience. We strive to be the #1 app for vocabulary learning. Our app has been live on the App Store for 4 years, covering 42 languages, serving over 27 million users across the globe and has been featured on both the App Store (App of the Day) and Play Store (App of the Year in 2018). Drops has also been featured by TechCrunch, FastCo, Forbes, CNN, Bloomberg, VentureBeat and many, many more. In short, we’re a tiny but very powerful team spread (mostly) across Europe, achieving great things the remote way! In December 2020, Drops was acquired by Kahoot!, the world’s leading game-based learning platform\n\nCheck us out here: https://languagedrops.com\n\nAbout you:\n\nYou’re a no-nonsense person, comfortable taking on a variety of projects who has been working within product companies and has extensive front-end development experience.\n\nYou’ve spent years working with React and have experience in React Native with a deep understanding of the internal workings be it working within the browser or a mobile client. You enjoy the challenge of growing a product from an (already) large user base to a larger one with tens of millions of MAU with all the complexities it comes with.\n\nYou are an advocate for static typing and prefer to use a minimal set of simple tools over a diverse range of complex ones.\n\nYou believe variety is the spice of life - In this role, you’ll be developing a complex app deployable to web and app stores, a static site generator, building internal automation infrastructure/tooling and contributing to our internal CMS. You could also be working on our fully serverless architecture on the backend if you feel comfortable doing so.\n\nDrops is a deliberately small, but super effective team. You’re naturally drawn to the fate of the products & driven to grow as an engineer rather than to manage people.\n\nThe role:\n\nYou’ll be a core part of the development team, working on both our main (Drops) and auxiliary products (Droplets, Visual Dictionary, Internal CMS tooling). Drops values clear, honest communication and transparency. It’s the linchpin of our culture, success and freedom. You’ll be involved in both high and low level decision making and are available during European working hours (10AM - 6PM CET). Remember, we’re looking for a missionary here rather than a mercenary.\n\nYou will:\n\nWork cross functionally with our lead designer / data analyst / engineers / project owner to define, scope, estimate and plan various aspects of the product.\nWork independently (and with other engineers!) to develop new web experiences\nSupport of production applications / sites that you’ve built or helped to build\nCommunicate effectively and often to ensure that everyone is aligned\nWhat’d be different here:\n\nWe’re a small team. We’re optimising for impact, not for headcount. You’ll be carefully considering any tradeoff that would lead to increased complexity\nWe’re using a single programming language - TypeScript. We have strict linter rules Every pull request needs to be approved before it lands in master. We use the rebase workflow and we release a few times a week\nWe’re using React + Redux to develop UI, on both mobile and the web. We use selectors extensively. Our backend is on AWS, deployed multi-region to Lambda and using RDS for our DB\nWe are BIG on AB testing. We focus on releasing high impact projects and minimise noise\nWe’re doing things in a functional way, concentrating state, minimising side effects and making dependencies explicit. We’re sharing 98%+ of the code between Android, iOS and Web\nWe automate where it has positive ROI\nOur biggest challenge is (and will remain) managing the complexity of sharing a lot of code between different apps\nRequirements\n\nYou have:\n\nAt least 5 years of experience in software (product) development\nAt least 2 years of experience in building apps with React or React Native with state management tools (redux, flux, etc)\nExperience architecting and developing complex web or mobile apps and static sites\nSome experience in understanding basic user funnels, and collaborating with support to resolve user-facing issues\nProject management experience (everyone manages projects at Drops)\nStrong verbal and written communication skills\nThe ability to work well cross-functionally\nExperienced in strongly typed languages\nBenefits\n\n🌍 All the perks of remote working\n👥 An awesomely compact 20 person team\n🧠 Yearly educational allowance\n💪 Fitness allowance\n💻 High-end Apple hardware and ergonomic accessories\n🏖 36 days of holiday per year\n✈️ Quarterly team gathering somewhere in the world (Amsterdam, Iceland, Lisbon and Budapest were previous locations) \n\nBe sure to mention the words **PHOTO BLIND GROW** when applying to show you read the job post completely. This is a beta feature to avoid spam applicants. Companies can search these words to find applicants that read this and see they're human.\n\n \n\n#Salary and compensation\n $40,000 — $90,000/year\n \n\n#Location\n🌏 Worldwide


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Drops


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🌏 Worldwide
 
💰 $40k - $90k

react native

 

typescript

 

javascript

 

react

Drops

Drops

languagedrops.com

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✅ 228 applied (7%)

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Description\n\nDo you have a soft spot for profitable companies with a meaningful, globally used and loved product? Would you like to work within a compact, super-capable team in a refreshing work environment? Would you like to work on an application that is changing the way we learn and communicate? Drops could be the place for you.\n\nAbout us:\n\nOur goal at Drops is to ensure effective language learning through a delightful, seamless, gamified experience. We strive to be the #1 app for vocabulary learning. Our app has been live on the App Store for 4 years, covering 42 languages, serving over 27 million users across the globe and has been featured on both the App Store (App of the Day) and Play Store (App of the Year in 2018). Drops has also been featured by TechCrunch, FastCo, Forbes, CNN, Bloomberg, VentureBeat and many, many more. In short, we’re a tiny but very powerful team spread (mostly) across Europe, achieving great things the remote way! In December 2020, Drops was acquired by Kahoot!, the world’s leading game-based learning platform\n\nCheck us out here: https://languagedrops.com\n\nAbout you:\n\nYou’re a no-nonsense person, comfortable taking on a variety of projects who has been working within product companies and has extensive front-end development experience.\n\nYou’ve spent years working with React and have experience in React Native with a deep understanding of the internal workings be it working within the browser or a mobile client. You enjoy the challenge of growing a product from an (already) large user base to a larger one with tens of millions of MAU with all the complexities it comes with.\n\nYou are an advocate for static typing and prefer to use a minimal set of simple tools over a diverse range of complex ones.\n\nYou believe variety is the spice of life - In this role, you’ll be developing a complex app deployable to web and app stores, a static site generator, building internal automation infrastructure/tooling and contributing to our internal CMS. You could also be working on our fully serverless architecture on the backend if you feel comfortable doing so.\n\nDrops is a deliberately small, but super effective team. You’re naturally drawn to the fate of the products & driven to grow as an engineer rather than to manage people.\n\nThe role:\n\nYou’ll be a core part of the development team, working on both our main (Drops) and auxiliary products (Droplets, Visual Dictionary, Internal CMS tooling). Drops values clear, honest communication and transparency. It’s the linchpin of our culture, success and freedom. You’ll be involved in both high and low level decision making and are available during European working hours (10AM - 6PM CET). Remember, we’re looking for a missionary here rather than a mercenary.\n\nYou will:\n\nWork cross functionally with our lead designer / data analyst / engineers / project owner to define, scope, estimate and plan various aspects of the product.\nWork independently (and with other engineers!) to develop new web experiences\nSupport of production applications / sites that you’ve built or helped to build\nCommunicate effectively and often to ensure that everyone is aligned\nWhat’d be different here:\n\nWe’re a small team. We’re optimising for impact, not for headcount. You’ll be carefully considering any tradeoff that would lead to increased complexity\nWe’re using a single programming language - TypeScript. We have strict linter rules Every pull request needs to be approved before it lands in master. We use the rebase workflow and we release a few times a week\nWe’re using React + Redux to develop UI, on both mobile and the web. We use selectors extensively. Our backend is on AWS, deployed multi-region to Lambda and using RDS for our DB\nWe are BIG on AB testing. We focus on releasing high impact projects and minimise noise\nWe’re doing things in a functional way, concentrating state, minimising side effects and making dependencies explicit. We’re sharing 98%+ of the code between Android, iOS and Web\nWe automate where it has positive ROI\nOur biggest challenge is (and will remain) managing the complexity of sharing a lot of code between different apps\n\n\nRequirements\n\nYou have:\n\nAt least 5 years of experience in software (product) development\nAt least 2 years of experience in building apps with React or React Native with state management tools (redux, flux, etc)\nExperience architecting and developing complex web or mobile apps and static sites\nSome experience in understanding basic user funnels, and collaborating with support to resolve user-facing issues\nProject management experience (everyone manages projects at Drops)\nStrong verbal and written communication skills\nThe ability to work well cross-functionally\nExperienced in strongly typed languages\nBenefits\n\n\n\n🌍 All the perks of remote working\n👥 An awesomely compact 20 person team\n🧠 Yearly educational allowance\n💪 Fitness allowance\n💻 High-end Apple hardware and ergonomic accessories\n🏖 36 days of holiday per year\n✈️ Quarterly team gathering somewhere in the world (Amsterdam, Iceland, Lisbon and Budapest were previous locations) \n\nBe sure to mention the words **MANDATE MAN HAT** when applying to show you read the job post completely. This is a beta feature to avoid spam applicants. Companies can search these words to find applicants that read this and see they're human.\n\n \n\n#Salary and compensation\n $40,000 — $90,000/year\n \n\n#Location\n🌏 Worldwide


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Drops


closed
Worldwide (Cet Working Hours)
 
💰 $60k - $113k*

full stack

 

native react

 

type form

 

react

Drops

Drops

languagedrops.com

🔎2,644 views

✅ 177 applied (7%)

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\nJob title: Senior Full Stack (Typescript, React/React Native) Developer\nType: Remote, permanent, full-time position \n\nDo you have a soft spot for profitable companies with a meaningful, globally used and loved product? Would you like to work within a compact, super-capable team in a refreshing work environment? Would you like to work on an application that is changing the way we learn and communicate? Drops could be the place for you.\n\nAbout us:\nOur goal at Drops is to ensure effective language learning through a delightful, seamless, gamified experience. We strive to be the #1 app for vocabulary learning. Our app has been live on the App Store for 4 years, covering 42 languages, serving over 27 million users across the globe and has been featured on both the App Store (App of the Day) and Play Store (App of the Year in 2018). Drops has also been featured by TechCrunch, FastCo, Forbes, CNN, Bloomberg, VentureBeat and many, many more. In short, we’re a tiny but very powerful team spread (mostly) across Europe, achieving great things the remote way! In December 2020, Drops was acquired by Kahoot!, the world’s leading game-based learning platform\n\nCheck us out here: https://languagedrops.com\n\nAbout you:\nYou’re a no-nonsense person, comfortable taking on a variety of projects who has been working within product companies and has extensive development experience across the development.\n\nYou’ve spent years within the frontend (React/React Native), combining your presentation layer with your backend business logic. You have a deep understanding of data structures, storage and restful API design for both the browser or a mobile client. You enjoy the challenge of growing a product from an (already) large user base to a larger one with tens of millions of MAU with all the complexities it comes with.\n\nYou are an advocate for static typing and prefer to use a minimal set of simple tools over complex ones. You know when to store data within RDS or when to use S3, you know when you should use object storage or relational. You know your way around the core AWS services and you’re comfortable with maintaining CI/CD pipelines\n\nYou believe variety is the spice of life - In this role, you’ll be developing a complex app deployable to web and app stores, building internal automation infrastructure/tooling and contributing to our CMS project. You’ll be working on our fully serverless, auto-scaling architecture for both product development and technical debt refactoring. \n\nDrops is a deliberately small, but super effective team. You’re naturally drawn to the fate of the products & driven to grow as an engineer rather than to manage people.\n\nThe role:\nYou’ll be a core part of the development team, working on both our main (Drops) and auxiliary products (Droplets, Visual Dictionary, Internal CMS tooling). Drops values clear, honest communication and transparency. It’s the linchpin of our culture, success and freedom. You’ll be involved in both high and low level decision making and are available during European working hours (10AM - 6PM CET). Remember, we’re looking for a missionary here rather than a mercenary. \n\nYou will:\nWork cross functionally with our lead designer / data analyst / engineers / project owner to define, scope, estimate and plan various aspects of the product\nWork independently (and with other engineers!) to develop new web experiences\nSupport of production applications / sites that you’ve built or helped to build\nCommunicate effectively and often to ensure that everyone is aligned\n\nWhat’d be different here:\nWe’re a small team. We’re optimising for impact, not for headcount. You’ll be carefully considering any tradeoff that would lead to increased complexity\nWe’re using a single programming language - TypeScript. We have strict linter rules. Every pull request needs to be approved before it lands in master. We use the rebase workflow and we release a few times a week\nWe’re using React + Redux to develop UI, on both mobile and the web. We use selectors extensively. Our backend is on AWS, deployed multi-region to Lambda and using RDS for our DB and S3 for storage. We use Buildkite for our CI/CD and Bitrise for our deployment tooling (iOS)\nWe’re using a large suite of tools for both business and platform analytics\nWe are BIG on AB testing. We focus on releasing high impact projects and minimise noise\nWe’re doing things in a functional way, concentrating state, minimising side effects and making dependencies explicit. We’re sharing 98%+ of the code between Android, iOS and Web\nWe automate where it has positive ROI\nOur biggest challenge is (and will remain) managing the complexity of sharing a lot of code between different apps\n\nYou have:\nAt least 5 years of experience in software (product) development\nAt least 2 years of experience in building apps with React or React Native with state management tools (redux, flux, etc)\nAt least 2 years working with relational databases and/or document storage\nAt least 2 years of experience of working within serverless architecture (experience writing business logic in AWS Lambda would be awesome)\nExperience architecting and developing complex web or mobile apps and static sites\nSome experience in understanding basic user funnels, and collaborating with support to resolve user-facing issues\nProject management experience (everyone manages projects at Drops)\nStrong verbal and written communication skills \nThe ability to work well cross-functionally\nExperienced in strongly typed languages\n\nBenefits:\n🌍 All the perks of remote working\n👥 An awesomely compact 20 person team\n🧠 Yearly educational allowance\n💪 Fitness allowance\n💻 High-end Apple hardware and ergonomic accessories\n🏖 36 days of holiday per year\n✈️ Quarterly team gathering somewhere in the world (Amsterdam, Iceland, Lisbon and Budapest were previous locations)\n\n \n\nBe sure to mention the words **MENU ACQUIRE LEADER** when applying to show you read the job post completely. This is a beta feature to avoid spam applicants. Companies can search these words to find applicants that read this and see they're human.\n\n \n\n#Salary and compensation\n No salary data published by company so we estimated salary based on previous jobs related to Full Stack, React and JavaScript, Developer, Senior, Digital Nomad jobs that are similar:\n\n $60,000 — $112,500/year\n \n\n#Location\nWorldwide (Cet Working Hours)


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Drops


closed
Worldwide (Cet Working Hours)
 
💰 $60k - $113k*

react native

 

typescript

 

javascript

 

react

Drops

Drops

languagedrops.com

🔎2,914 views

✅ 186 applied (6%)

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Job title: Senior Frontend (Typescript, React/React Native) developer\nType: Remote, permanent, full-time position \n\nDo you have a soft spot for profitable companies with a meaningful, globally used and loved product? Would you like to work within a compact, super-capable team in a refreshing work environment? Would you like to work on an application that is changing the way we learn and communicate? Drops could be the place for you.\n\nAbout us:\nOur goal at Drops is to ensure effective language learning through a delightful, seamless, gamified experience. We strive to be the #1 app for vocabulary learning. Our app has been live on the App Store for 4 years, covering 42 languages, serving over 27 million users across the globe and has been featured on both the App Store (App of the Day) and Play Store (App of the Year in 2018). Drops has also been featured by TechCrunch, FastCo, Forbes, CNN, Bloomberg, VentureBeat and many, many more. In short, we’re a tiny but very powerful team spread (mostly) across Europe, achieving great things the remote way! In December 2020, Drops was acquired by Kahoot!, the world’s leading game-based learning platform\n\nCheck us out here: https://languagedrops.com\n\nAbout you:\nYou’re a no-nonsense person, comfortable taking on a variety of projects who has been working within product companies and has extensive front-end development experience.\n\nYou’ve spent years working with React and have experience in React Native with a deep understanding of the internal workings be it working within the browser or a mobile client. You enjoy the challenge of growing a product from an (already) large user base to a larger one with tens of millions of MAU with all the complexities it comes with.\n\nYou are an advocate for static typing and prefer to use a minimal set of simple tools over a diverse range of complex ones.\n\nYou believe variety is the spice of life - In this role, you’ll be developing a complex app deployable to web and app stores, a static site generator, building internal automation infrastructure/tooling and contributing to our internal CMS. You could also be working on our fully serverless architecture on the backend if you feel comfortable doing so.\n\nDrops is a deliberately small, but super effective team. You’re naturally drawn to the fate of the products & driven to grow as an engineer rather than to manage people.\n\nThe role:\nYou’ll be a core part of the development team, working on both our main (Drops) and auxiliary products (Droplets, Visual Dictionary, Internal CMS tooling). Drops values clear, honest communication and transparency. It’s the linchpin of our culture, success and freedom. You’ll be involved in both high and low level decision making and are available during European working hours (10AM - 6PM CET). Remember, we’re looking for a missionary here rather than a mercenary. \n\nYou will:\nWork cross functionally with our lead designer / data analyst / engineers / project owner to define, scope, estimate and plan various aspects of the product.\nWork independently (and with other engineers!) to develop new web experiences\nSupport of production applications / sites that you’ve built or helped to build\nCommunicate effectively and often to ensure that everyone is aligned\n\nWhat’d be different here:\nWe’re a small team. We’re optimising for impact, not for headcount. You’ll be carefully considering any tradeoff that would lead to increased complexity\nWe’re using a single programming language - TypeScript. We have strict linter rules Every pull request needs to be approved before it lands in master. We use the rebase workflow and we release a few times a week\nWe’re using React + Redux to develop UI, on both mobile and the web. We use selectors extensively. Our backend is on AWS, deployed multi-region to Lambda and using RDS for our DB\nWe are BIG on AB testing. We focus on releasing high impact projects and minimise noise\nWe’re doing things in a functional way, concentrating state, minimising side effects and making dependencies explicit. We’re sharing 98%+ of the code between Android, iOS and Web\nWe automate where it has positive ROI\nOur biggest challenge is (and will remain) managing the complexity of sharing a lot of code between different apps\n\nYou have:\nAt least 5 years of experience in software (product) development\nAt least 2 years of experience in building apps with React or React Native with state management tools (redux, flux, etc)\nExperience architecting and developing complex web or mobile apps and static sites\nSome experience in understanding basic user funnels, and collaborating with support to resolve user-facing issues\nProject management experience (everyone manages projects at Drops)\nStrong verbal and written communication skills \nThe ability to work well cross-functionally\nExperienced in strongly typed languages\n\nBenefits:\n🌍 All the perks of remote working\n👥 An awesomely compact 20 person team\n🧠 Yearly educational allowance\n💪 Fitness allowance\n💻 High-end Apple hardware and ergonomic accessories\n🏖 36 days of holiday per year\n✈️ Quarterly team gathering somewhere in the world (Amsterdam, Iceland, Lisbon and Budapest were previous locations)\n\n \n\nBe sure to mention the words **FORCE FAMILY SHINE** when applying to show you read the job post completely. This is a beta feature to avoid spam applicants. Companies can search these words to find applicants that read this and see they're human.\n\n \n\n#Salary and compensation\n No salary data published by company so we estimated salary based on previous jobs related to React Native, Typescript and JavaScript, React, Front End, Developer, Senior, Digital Nomad jobs that are similar:\n\n $60,000 — $112,500/year\n \n\n#Location\nWorldwide (Cet Working Hours)


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Drops

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closed
🇪🇺 EU
 
💰 $40k - $70k*

customer support

 

zendesk

 

language

 

europe

Drops

Drops

languagedrops.com

🔎12,200 views

✅ 1,235 applied (10%)

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Hello there!\n\nDo you have a soft spot for bootstrapped, profitable companies with a meaningful, globally utilised product? Would you like to work within a small, super-capable team in a refreshing work environment? Would you like to work on an application that is changing the way we learn and communicate? Would you like to learn about how technical support works? You might just be the perfect fit for our new Customer Support opportunity here at Drops!\n\n**About us:**\n\nOur goal at Drops is to ensure effective language learning through a delightful, seamless, gamified experience. We strive to be the #1 app for vocabulary learning and we’re very much on the way there! Our app has been live on the App Store for over 3 years, covering 37 languages, serving 20 million users across the globe and has been featured on both the App Store and Play Store multiple times. We were super chuffed to be awarded ‘App of the Year 2018’ by Google on the Play Store and have been featured by TechCrunch, FastCo, Forbes, CNN, Bloomberg, VentureBeat and many more. In short, we’re a small, efficient team spread mostly across Europe, achieving great things the remote way! Our founders, Dani & Mark, are involved in everyday implementation, strategy and support, working with the team on innovative ideas to shift the needle in the language learning space.\n\nCheck us out and see what you think: http://drops.app.link/\n\n**What are we looking for?**\n\nWe’re looking for a junior support specialist, focusing on bolstering the relationship with our customers by providing a prompt, professional and warm approach to resolving issues. You’ll have experience using the latest support tools with a focus on automation and providing great service when requiring manual intervention.\n \n \nHaving experience in remote working and knowledge of the following languages is a plus: Chinese, Spanish, German, French or Portuguese.\n\n\n# Responsibilities\n * Solve customer issues via different channels with ensuring customers’ satisfaction and happiness with our products and service\n* Investigate and analyze issues in Drops. Answer how to questions, recommend known technical solutions and research workarounds\n* Take ownership of technical issues and customers problems from the beginning to the end, ensure timely follow-up and satisfactory resolution\n* Assist with keeping internal and customer-facing support documentation up-to-date. \n\n# Requirements\n* Have excellent listening skills and an empathetic voice and manner\n* Can judge subtext easily in a conversation, adapt to the customer's message and constantly evolve the tone of voice to meet the needs of our varying customer base.\n* Have the ability to thrive in a fast-paced environment, multitasking while keeping the focus on the customer\n* Show composure, resilience, and flexibility as customer needs expand and case volume changes \n* Good at mobile devices, apps and other tech products\n* Are proficient in English (C1-C2)\n* Have experience in customer support and tooling (preferably zendesk)\n\n**Benefits**\n\n* 🌍 All the perks of remote working\n* 👥 An awesomely compact 19 person team\n* 🧠 Yearly educational allowance\n* 💪 Fitness allowance\n* 💻 High-end Apple hardware and ergonomic accessories\n* 🏖 30 days of holiday per year (including Christmas and other holidays)\n* ✈️ Quarterly team gathering somewhere in the world (Amsterdam, Iceland, Lisbon and Budapest were previous locations) \n\nBe sure to mention the words **SUSPECT CUSTOM CELERY** when applying to show you read the job post completely. This is a beta feature to avoid spam applicants. Companies can search these words to find applicants that read this and see they're human.\n\n \n\n#Salary and compensation\n No salary data published by company so we estimated salary based on previous jobs related to Customer Support, Zendesk and Non Tech, Junior jobs that are similar:\n\n $40,000 — $70,000/year\n \n\n#Location\n🇪🇺 EU


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closed
🇪🇺 EU
 
💰 $50k - $90k*

qa automation

 

cypress

 

automation testing

 

qa

Drops

Drops

languagedrops.com

🔎4,834 views

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Hello there!\n\nDo you have a soft spot for bootstrapped, profitable companies with a meaningful, globally utilised product? Would you like to work within a small, super-capable technical team in a refreshing work environment? Would you like to work on an application that is changing the way we learn and communicate? You might just be the perfect fit for our new QA Automation Engineer opportunity here at Drops!\n\n**About us**\n\nOur goal at Drops is to ensure effective language learning through a delightful, seamless, gamified experience. We strive to be the #1 app for vocabulary learning and we’re very much on the way there! Our app has been live on the App Store for over 3 years, covering 37 languages, serving 20 million users across the globe and has been featured on both the App Store and Play Store multiple times. We were super chuffed to be awarded ‘App of the Year 2018’ by Google on the Play Store and have been featured by TechCrunch, FastCo, Forbes, CNN, Bloomberg, VentureBeat and many more. In short, we’re a small, efficient team spread mostly across Europe, achieving great things the remote way! Our founders, Dani & Mark, are involved in everyday implementation, strategy and support, working with the team on innovative ideas to shift the needle in the language learning space.\n\n[Check us out](http://drops.app.link/) and see what you think!\n\n**What makes us different**\n\n* We’re a small team. We optimise for impact, not headcount.\n* We carefully consider tradeoffs in technology and processes that could lead to increased complexity.\n* We live the TypeScript life. We strive for code quality over quantity and stick to a simple development process, spending more time creating and less time in admin.\n* We use React Native on the frontend, sharing around 98% of the code between Android, iOS and Web. We use Typescript on the backend too!\n* We’re believers in functional programming. We concentrate state, minimise side effects and abstract when necessary.\n* We automate where there is a logical business case to do so..\n* Our biggest challenge is managing the complexity of sharing code across a suite of apps.\n* We don’t believe in hierarchy. Autonomy, ownership and passion are the secret ingredients behind Drops. Clear, honest communication is the linchpin of our culture, success and independence.\n\n**Benefits**\n\n* 🌍 All the perks of remote working\n* 👥 An awesomely compact 19 person team\n* 🧠 Yearly educational allowance\n* 💪 Fitness allowance\n* 💻 High-end Apple hardware and ergonomic accessories\n* 🏖 30 days of holiday per year (including Christmas and other holidays)\n* ✈️ Quarterly team gathering somewhere in the world (Amsterdam, Iceland, Lisbon and Budapest were previous locations)\n\n# Responsibilities\n **What are we looking for?**\n\nWe’re looking to expand our QA team with an inquisitive, forward thinking automation engineer to support our development team across a suite of Drops apps. You’ll be responsible for automating tests in key areas of the applications. From golden path to intrinsic gameplay functionality, you’ll be looking to guarantee quality and keep regression at bay!\n\nYou should have a strong foundation in testing, experienced and knowledgeable in both automation and manual practices. You can prioritise workload and are skilled at finding bugs others have difficulty spotting, writing automation test scripts from a blank canvas where appropriate. \n\n# Requirements\n* You can see a problem from the product, development, and user’ perspective.\n* You have great hard skills but even better soft skills.\n* You’re competent in contemporary JS based QA technologies and toolsets (Cypress, Cucumber/Behave feature files, AWS; S3, Lambda, RDS, Cognito).\n* You’ve got hands on experience with CI tooling (Jenkins, BuildKite, Bitrise, etc).\n* You’ve got experience in api, load and security testing.\n* You’ve worked within an agile development team.\n* You know when to manually test and when to automate.\n* You’re Proficient in testing practices such as BDD, TDD and competent in declarative testing.\n* You’re able to identify priorities and application hotspots for testing.\n* You have introspective tendencies and are looking for a position where you can grow, fast. \n\nBe sure to mention the words **HAMSTER JOURNEY MISTAKE** when applying to show you read the job post completely. This is a beta feature to avoid spam applicants. Companies can search these words to find applicants that read this and see they're human.\n\n \n\n#Salary and compensation\n No salary data published by company so we estimated salary based on previous jobs related to Cypress, Automation Testing and Quality Assurance, Testing, Engineer jobs that are similar:\n\n $50,000 — $90,000/year\n \n\n#Location\n🇪🇺 EU


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vp

 

marketing

 

non tech

Drops

Drops

languagedrops.com

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**Description**\n\nIf you live somewhere in Europe and have a soft spot for bootstrapped, profitable tech startups with a meaningful mission and a global reach, and you would like to develop a small, super-capable marketing team in a fully remote work environment, you may like this extremely rare executive position at Drops.\n\n**Company**\n\nDrops’ goal is to revolutionise language learning. We are one of the top10 most innovative education companies according to FastCompany. Our flagship app has been in the Appstore for 3+ years, teaches 37 languages, was featured by both the App Store and Play Store multiple times - App of the Year in 2018 on the Play Store. We are a small, founder-led, remote team spread primarily across Europe. Though remote, we work synchronously, communicating via Slack, the G Suite, Github, and Monday. We want to be the no.1 app for vocabulary learning and we are getting there quickly with our current user base of 20* million, a monthly active of >1,500,000 and an average store rating of 4.7.\n\n\nWebsite: http://languagedrops.com \n\n**✨ What makes us different**\n* We’re a small team. We optimise for impact, not headcount. \n* We carefully consider tradeoffs in product, technology and processes that could lead to increased complexity.\n* We use React Native on the frontend, hence we have no separate Android, iOS and Web team.\n* We don’t believe in hierarchy. Autonomy, ownership and passion are the secret ingredients behind Drops. Clear, honest communication is the linchpin of our culture, success and independence.\n\n\n# Responsibilities\n * You’ll be a key member of a 4-person executive team working together to develop the overarching company and product strategies\n* You’ll directly influence these strategies via your acute awareness of the competitive landscape, the EdTech industry, and adjacent industries important to Drops platform: gaming, productivity sw, corporated ed and edu B2B\n* Based on these strategies and the company / product history, you’ll evolve the company ’s overarching narrative and develop a marketing strategy to bring that narrative to life.\n* You’ll surface and champion business / marketing opportunities through a deep understanding of our products and their usage patterns.\n* You’ll lead, mentor, manage the marketing team. You’ll be responsible for their effectiveness, well-being and development, and ensure that the team’s efforts align with our business’s and our users’ needs.\n* You’ll recruit and onboard top talent as needed (contractors, agencies, and employees)\n* You’ll make sure that the marketing aspects of the projects are getting done on schedule, that we’re making appropriate trade-offs.\n* You’ll be in charge of developing our marketing culture and ensuring that it is effectively represented and integrated into broader company culture.\n* Drops is an extremely collaborative company without the product / marketing divide that exists in many companies.You’ll be responsible for ensuring this collaboration continues between the marketing team and the rest of the company. \n\n# Requirements\n**Skills and experience. You have:**\n\nBeen a marketing leader in a global EdTech, productivity, or gaming B2C startup\nExperience marketing both mobile apps and sw platforms\nHands-on core marketing skills: digital mkt, marcom, product mkt, brand development / storytelling, PR\nGreat people management skills\nGreat project management skills\nGreat negotiation and agency management skills\nHyper-growth start-up experience\nHaven't spent your entire career in marketing (or if you have, you have earned a reputation as a bridge builder, working effectively across key functional orgs)\nWorked effectively in a fully remote position and have managed fully remote employees\nAccomplished big things with a small team\n\n**Additionally skills a plus:**\n\nB2B marketing\nBD / partnership experience\nSpecific industry experience relevant to Drops\nKids B2C tech marketing experience\nEDU industry experience\n\n**Benefits**\n\n* 🌍 All the perks of remote working\n* 👥 An awesomely compact 22 person team\n* 🧠 Yearly educational allowance\n* 💪 Fitness allowance\n* 💻 High-end Apple hardware and ergonomic accessories\n* 🏖 30 days of holiday per year (including Christmas and other holidays)\n* ✈️ Quarterly team gathering somewhere in the world (Amsterdam, Iceland, Lisbon and Budapest were previous locations) \n\nBe sure to mention the words **PERFECT LIBRARY ROSE** when applying to show you read the job post completely. This is a beta feature to avoid spam applicants. Companies can search these words to find applicants that read this and see they're human.\n\n \n\n#Salary and compensation\n No salary data published by company so we estimated salary based on previous jobs related to Marketing, Non Tech jobs that are similar:\n\n $50,000 — $85,000/year\n \n\n#Location\n🇪🇺 EU


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💰 $55k - $108k*

aso

 

seo

 

ua

 

mobile

Drops

Drops

languagedrops.com

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Remote, permanent, full-time (40h/week) position \n\nIf you have a soft spot for bootstrapped, profitable companies with a meaningful product, and you would like to hone your cutting edge ASO and SEO expertise in a refreshing work environment, you might quite like this rare new position at Drops.\n\n**About us:**\n\nDrops’ goal is to turn language learning into a delightful game while ensuring effectiveness. Drops is one of the top10 most innovative education companies according to FastCompany. Our app is in the Appstore for 3+ years, teaches 37 languages, was featured by both the App Store and Play Store multiple times - App of the Year in 2018 on the Play Store - and the company is still run by the founders. We are a small, super-capable remote team mainly spread across Europe (we have a small marketing crew in California). We’re working synchronously, so time zones matter for us. We communicate via Slack, Github and Monday. We want to be the no.1 app for vocabulary learning and we are getting there quickly with our current user base of 20 million, a monthly active of >1,500,000 and an average store rating of 4.7.\n\nYou can find us here: http://drops.app.link/\n\n**✨ What makes us different**\n* We’re a small team. We optimise for impact, not headcount. \n* We carefully consider tradeoffs in product, technology and processes that could lead to increased complexity.\n* We use React Native on the frontend, hence we have no separate Android, iOS and Web team.\n* We don’t believe in hierarchy. Autonomy, ownership and passion are the secret ingredients behind Drops. Clear, honest communication is the linchpin of our culture, success and independence.\n\n\n# Responsibilities\n **👀 Here’s what we’re currently after: **\n* You are capable of bringing the bar even higher and bring new ideas, pushing an effective system even further. Keeping in mind, that we’re ranking top 5 for most relevant kws and kw combination in key markets already, awarded App of the Year on Google Play and App of the Day multiple times on PlayStore - you’re capable of getting us to the next level!\n* You don’t just understand and use the best practices ASO but know every single tiny factor that moves the discovery and conversion needle. You are up to date, see and leverage new opportunities before others get there.\n* You want to own and manage SEO projects and tests. Our web presence and traffic is not as established - and we’ll rely on your skills and ideas succeeding on the web.\n* You provide a constant stream of fresh, potentially high impact ideas both for ASO and SEO discovery and conversion.\n* We value clear and honest communication and transparency, it’s the linchpin of our culture and current success and independency.\n* You will be involved in both high and low level decision making and will be available during European working hours (9AM - 6PM GMT).\n* We are looking for a missionary rather than a mercenary.\n\n\n**💪 You will: **\n* Keep your eyes on the bleeding edge of ASO and find new opportunities arising due to the ever-changing appstore environment and algorithms\n* Keep yourself updated with the latest SEO moves affecting us, scanning for opportunities.\n* Plan, prioritize and help execute the next level ASO game for Drops, and help guide team members with execution.\n* Plan, prioritize and help execute our SEO projects and work closely with our content marketer to build strong high-ranking keyword portfolio.\n* Help us get our main programmatic SEO project (the Drops Visual Dictionary) to improve and reach its potential.\n* Experiment with paid UA channels and manage campaigns while optimizing for positive ROI\n* Potentially work hand-in-hand with our newsletter marketer/content marketer to optimize our email funnels and come up with new ideas to maximize open rates, user retention and revenue from e-mail sales.\n \n\n# Requirements\n**🦹‍ Skills and experience You have: **\n* ASO - App Store Optimization (both Apple Appstore and Google Play)\n* SEO\n* Mobile Paid User Acquisition - Adsense, Facebook, Instagram, any newer platform\n* Web Paid User Acquisition - Adsense\n* Strong analytical skills - AB testing, SEO tools, appstore asset testing, variety of ASO tools, etc.\n* Experience with Chinese Android appstores (Oppo, Huawei, Tencent, etc) is a big plus!\n* Email marketing experience is a plus - sales funnels, drip campaigns, using email as content marketing channel, etc.\n\n\n**Perks:**\n\n* 🌍 All the perks of remote working\n* 👥 An awesomely compact 20 person team\n* 🧠 Yearly educational allowance\n* 💪 Fitness allowance\n* 💻 High-end Apple hardware and ergonomic accessories\n* 🏖 30 days of holiday per year (including Christmas and other holidays)\n* ✈️ Quarterly team gathering somewhere in the world (Amsterdam, Iceland, Lisbon and Budapest were previous locations)\n\n \n\nBe sure to mention the words **WAY LAWN COUPLE** when applying to show you read the job post completely. This is a beta feature to avoid spam applicants. Companies can search these words to find applicants that read this and see they're human.\n\n \n\n#Salary and compensation\n No salary data published by company so we estimated salary based on previous jobs related to SEO, Mobile jobs that are similar:\n\n $55,000 — $107,500/year\n \n\n#Location\n🇪🇺 EU


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💰 $70k - $118k*

product design

 

ux

 

design

 

product manager

Drops

Drops

languagedrops.com

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**About us:**\n\nDrops’ goal is to turn language learning into a delightful game while ensuring effective learning. Drops is one of the top10 most innovative education companies according to FastCompany. Our app is in the Appstore for 3+ years, teaches 32 languages, was featured by both the App Store and Play Store multiple times - App of the Year in 2018 on the Play Store - and the company is still run by the founders. We are a small, super-capable remote team mainly spread across Europe (we have a small marketing crew in California) . We’re working synchronously, so time zones matter for us. We communicate via Slack, Github and Monday. We want to be the no.1 app for vocabulary learning and we are getting there quickly with our current user base of 17 million, a monthly active of >1,500,000 and an average store rating of 4.7.\n\n**You can find us here: http://drops.app.link/**\n\n\n**✨ What makes us different?**\n* We’re a small team. We optimise for impact, not headcount. \n* We carefully consider tradeoffs in product, technology and processes that could lead to increased complexity.\n* We use React Native on the frontend, hence we have no separate Android, iOS and Web team.\n* We don’t believe in hierarchy. Autonomy, ownership and passion are the secret ingredients behind Drops. Clear, honest communication is the linchpin of our culture, success and independence.\n\n\n# Responsibilities\n **👀 Here’s what we’re currently after:**\n* Willing to dedicate yourself to long-term cooperation\n* Working on high-level UX problems as well as specific UI solutions related to growth and core product experiments and perhaps some simple graphic design bits.\n* Taking part in setting the product priorities, helping to guide the development of Drops.\n* Drops is a UI design intensive product. You'll help out in establishing and following the Drops design system/guidelines with the goal to keep our product consistent and the design debt low.\n* Acting as a project lead. This means organising project kick-offs, framing project opportunities and overseeing the conversation and collaboration during projects.\n* Drawing design implications - creating rapid prototypes - out of quickly moving business requirements. We are looking for a type of designer who has very high standards but at the same time is OK shipping design concepts quickly if needed.\n* Explaining and rationalising your design concepts to the team through annotations and remote presentations. Be the voice of both our customers and our business.\n* Working as part of an agile-inspired team owning key pieces of functionality and juggling priorities from one sprint to the other.\n* Drawing upon existing design standards and pattern libraries, as well as identifying opportunities to expand them where necessary.\n* Producing sketches, wireframes, flows or interactive prototypes to depict proposed functionality to the team or potential users.\n* Running casual hands-on user testing sessions. \n* Organise and manage remote usability testing\n* Besides our flagship product, Drops, you might work on other apps in our portfolio - Scripts, Droplets - which are all related to the flagship app.\n \n\n# Requirements\n**🦹‍ Skills and experience You have:**\n* Available during European working hours: 9AM - 6PM GMT \n* Passionate about app design (both iOS and Android), motion and your craft.\n* Fluent in Adobe products and Sketch\n* Able to self organise and communicate clearly in English - both verbally and in text\n* Comfortable working alone, autonomously in a remote environment\n* Have experience working with development teams\n* Capable and have a degree or postgraduate design orientated qualification OR have equivalent work experience.\n* Love both strategy and hands-on UX.\n* Active in seeking feedback and able to constantly challenge yourself and others.\n* Bonus points if you are able to demonstrate experience with one or more of the core skills the team employes daily at Drops be that marketing, search optimisation, coding, user testing, language learning, education, game creation/gamification, iconography etc...\n\n**Perks:**\n\n* 🌍 All the perks of remote working\n* 👥 An awesomely compact 20 person team\n* 🧠 Yearly educational allowance\n* 💪 Fitness allowance\n* 💻 High-end Apple hardware and ergonomic accessories\n* 🏖 30 days of holiday per year (including Xmas and other holidays)\n* ✈️ Quarterly team gathering somewhere in the world (Amsterdam, Reykjavík, Lisbon and Budapest were previous locations)\n\n \n\nBe sure to mention the words **DIVERT RIVER ABANDON** when applying to show you read the job post completely. This is a beta feature to avoid spam applicants. Companies can search these words to find applicants that read this and see they're human.\n\n \n\n#Salary and compensation\n No salary data published by company so we estimated salary based on previous jobs related to Product Design, UX and Design, Product Manager, Digital Nomad, Executive jobs that are similar:\n\n $70,000 — $117,500/year\n \n\n#Location\n🇪🇺 EU


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💰 $60k - $115k*

qa

 

qa

 

automation

 

cypress

Drops

Drops

languagedrops.com

🔎4,201 views

✅ 508 applied (12%)

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**Hello there!**\n\nDo you have a soft spot for bootstrapped, profitable companies with a meaningful, globally utilised product? Would you like to work within a small, super-capable technical team in a refreshing work environment? Would you like to work on an application that is changing the way we learn and communicate? You might just be the perfect fit for our new QA Automation Engineer opportunity here at Drops!\n\n**About us**\n\nOur goal at Drops is to ensure effective language learning through a delightful, seamless, gamified experience. We strive to be the #1 app for vocabulary learning and we’re very much on the way there! Our app has been live on the App Store for over 3 years, covering 37 languages, serving 20 million users across the globe and has been featured on both the App Store and Play Store multiple times. We were super chuffed to be awarded ‘App of the Year 2018’ by Google on the Play Store and have been featured by TechCrunch, FastCo, Forbes, CNN, Bloomberg, VentureBeat and many more. In short, we’re a small, efficient team spread mostly across Europe, achieving great things the remote way! Our founders, Dani & Mark, are involved in everyday implementation, strategy and support, working with the team on innovative ideas to shift the needle in the language learning space.\n\nCheck us out and see what you think: http://drops.app.link/\n\n**What makes us different**\n\n* We’re a small team. We optimise for impact, not headcount. \n* We carefully consider tradeoffs in technology and processes that could lead to increased complexity.\n* We live the TypeScript life. We strive for code quality over quantity and stick to a simple development process, spending more time creating and less time in admin.\n* We use React Native on the frontend, sharing around 98% of the code between Android, iOS and Web. We use Typescript on the backend too!\n* We’re believers in functional programming. We concentrate state, minimise side effects and abstract when necessary.\n* We automate where there is a logical business case to do so..\n* Our biggest challenge is managing the complexity of sharing code across a suite of apps.\n* We don’t believe in hierarchy. Autonomy, ownership and passion are the secret ingredients behind Drops. Clear, honest communication is the linchpin of our culture, success and independence.\n\n**What are we looking for?**\n\nWe’re looking to expand our QA team with an inquisitive, forward thinking automation engineer to support our development team across a suite of Drops apps. You’ll be responsible for automating tests in key areas of the applications. From golden path to intrinsic gameplay functionality, you’ll be looking to guarantee quality and keep regression at bay!\n\nYou should have a strong foundation in testing, experienced and knowledgeable in both automation and manual practices. You can prioritise workload and are skilled at finding bugs others have difficulty spotting, writing automation test scripts from a blank canvas where appropriate.\n\n\n# Responsibilities\n * You’ll be contributing to our (brand new!) automation suite across our apps.\n* You’ll be making sure that the technical aspects of our QA stack are up to date and using best practices. \n* You’ll be mentoring other QA team members.\n* You’ll be working closely with the development team, investigating and solving issues while optimising workflows.\n* You will be involved in decision making within the QA and product domain.\n* We’re looking for a missionary, not a mercenary. \n\n# Requirements\n* You can see a problem from the product, development, and user’ perspective.\n* You have great hard skills but even better soft skills.\n* You’re competent in contemporary JS based QA technologies and toolsets (Cypress, Cucumber/Behave feature files, AWS; S3, Lambda, RDS, Cognito).\n* You’ve got hands on experience with CI tooling (Jenkins, BuildKite, Bitrise, etc).\n* You’ve got experience in api, load and security testing.\n* You’ve worked within an agile development team.\n* You know when to manually test and when to automate.\n* You’re Proficient in testing practices such as BDD, TDD and competent in declarative testing.\n* You’re able to identify priorities and application hotspots for testing.\n* You have introspective tendencies and are looking for a position where you can grow, fast.\n \n\nBe sure to mention the words **ANNOUNCE FLOOR DRILL** when applying to show you read the job post completely. This is a beta feature to avoid spam applicants. Companies can search these words to find applicants that read this and see they're human.\n\n \n\n#Salary and compensation\n No salary data published by company so we estimated salary based on previous jobs related to Quality Assurance, Quality Assurance and Automation, Cypress, JavaScript, Python, Ci, Engineer jobs that are similar:\n\n $60,000 — $115,000/year\n \n\n#Location\n🇪🇺 EU


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Drops


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European Time Zones

react

 

react native

 

typescript

 

frontend

Drops

Drops

languagedrops.com

🔎9,842 views

✅ 806 applied (8%)

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If you have a soft spot for bootstrapped, profitable, remote companies with a meaningful product, and you want to use your frontend development skills for good, you’ll like this.\n\n**About us:**\n\nDrops’ goal is to turn language learning into a delightful game while ensuring effective learning. Drops is one of the top10 most innovative education companies according to FastCompany. Our app is in the Appstore for 3+ years, teaches 35 languages, was featured by both the App Store and Play Store multiple times - App of the Year in 2018 on the Play Store - and the company is still run by the founders. We are a small, super-capable remote team mainly spread across Europe (we have a small marketing crew in California) . We’re working synchronously, so time zones matter for us. We communicate via Slack, Github and Monday. We want to be the no.1 app for vocabulary learning and we are getting there quickly with our current user base of 18 million, a monthly active of >1,500,000 and an average store rating of 4.7.\n\nYou can find us here: [https://languagedrops.com](https://languagedrops.com)\n\n**About you:**\n\nYou’ll be a core part of the development team, working on both our main (Drops) and auxiliary products (Droplets, Visual Dictionary, Internal CMS tools). This means a lot of ownership, which we cultivate by having a flat structure.\n\nYou’re a no-nonsense person, who is comfortable taking on larger projects, who has been working in working at a product company and has extensive front-end development experience.\n\nYou have been working with React or React Native for years, have deep knowledge of everything that’s happening in the browser or in a mobile client and looking for challenges in growing a product from an already large userbase to tens of millions of MAU, with all the complexity that’s involved in that.\n\nYou strongly prefer static typing over dynamic languages, and use every opportunity to transform code that doesn’t use types into code that does. You generally prefer to use a minimal set of simple tools to a diverse range of complex ones.\n\nYou like to have a variety of projects - at this job, you’ll be developing a complex web app, a static site generator (react-static), building internal automation infrastructure/tools and contributing to our internal content management system.\n\nWe’re building a small, but super capable team. You’re naturally more interested in the fate of the product & driven to grow professionally than in managing people.\n\nWe value clear and honest communication and transparency, it’s the linchpin of our culture and current success and freedom. You will be involved in both high and low level decision making and will be available during European working hours (9AM - 6PM GMT).\n\nWe are looking for a missionary rather than a mercenary.\n\n**What’d be different here:**\n\n* We’re a small team. We’re optimising for impact, not for headcount. You’ll be carefully considering any tradeoff that would lead to increased complexity.\n* We’re using a single programming language - TypeScript. We have strict linter rules. Every pull request needs to be approved before it lands in master. We use the rebase workflow.\n* We’re using React + Redux to develop UI, on both mobile and the web. We use selectors extensively. Our backend is on AWS, deployed to Lambda.\n* We’re doing things in a functional way, concentrating state, minimising side effects and making dependencies explicit. We’re sharing 98%+ of the code between Android, iOS and Web.\n* We’re writing software with a web developer’s mindset.\n* We automate where it has positive ROI.\n* Our biggest challenge is (and will remain): managing the complexity of sharing a lot of code between different apps.\n* We’re not building a hierarchy. We’re encouraging everyone to be autonomous.\n\n# Responsibilities\n **You will:**\n\n* Work cross functionally with our designer / data analyst / backend developer / project owner to define, scope, estimate and plan various aspects of the product.\n* Work independently and with other engineers to develop new web experiences..\n* Support of production applications / sites that you’ve built or helped to build.\n* Communicate effectively and often to ensure that everyone is aligned. \n\n# Requirements\n**You have:**\n\n* At least 5 years of experience in software (product) development.\n* At least 2 years of experience in building with React or React Native.\n* Experience architecting and developing complex web or mobile apps and static sites.\n* Some experience in understanding basic funnels, and collaborating with support to resolve user-facing issues.\n* Project management experience (everyone is managing projects at Drops).\n* Strong verbal and written communication skills and the ability to work well cross-functionally.\n* Experienced in strongly typed languages, and/or Typescript/Flow. \n\nBe sure to mention the words **WHEN CRICKET UNHAPPY** when applying to show you read the job post completely. This is a beta feature to avoid spam applicants. Companies can search these words to find applicants that read this and see they're human.\n\n \n\n#Salary and compensation\n /year\n \n\n#Location\nEuropean Time Zones


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executive

 

director

 

engineering

 

software

Drops

Drops

languagedrops.com

🔎4,933 views

✅ 361 applied (7%)

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Remote, permanent, full-time (40h/week) position \n\nIf you have a soft spot for bootstrapped, profitable companies with a meaningful product, and you would like to develop a small, super-capable technical team in a refreshing work environment, you might quite like this extremely rare executive position at Drops.\n\nAbout us:\nDrops’ goal is to turn language learning into a delightful game while ensuring effective learning. Drops is one of the top10 most innovative education companies according to FastCompany. Our app is in the Appstore for 3+ years, teaches 32 languages, was featured by both the App Store and Play Store multiple times - App of the Year in 2018 on the Play Store - and the company is still run by the founders. We are a small, super-capable remote team mainly spread across Europe (we have a small marketing crew in California) . We’re working synchronously, so time zones matter for us. We communicate via Slack, Github and Monday. We want to be the no.1 app for vocabulary learning and we are getting there quickly with our current user base of 15 million, a monthly active of >1,500,000 and an average store rating of 4.7.\nYou can find us here: http://drops.app.link/\n\nWhat’d be different here:\n* We’re a small team. We’re optimising for impact, not for headcount. You’ll be carefully considering any tradeoff that would lead to increased complexity.\n* We’re using a single programming language - TypeScript. We have strict linter rules. Every pull request needs to be approved before it lands in master. We use the rebase workflow.\n* We’re using React to develop UI, on both mobile and the web.\n* We’re doing things in a functional way, concentrating state, minimising side effects and making dependencies explicit. We’re sharing 98%+ of the code between Android, iOS and Web.\n* We’re writing software with a web developer’s mindset.\n* We automate where it has positive ROI.\n* Our biggest challenge is (and will remain): managing the complexity of sharing a lot of code between different apps.\n* We’re not building a hierarchy. We’re encouraging everyone to be autonomous. You’ll _not_ be an arbitrator between business and engineering. You’ll be helping both project owners and the tech team to work more closely together.\n* Your average day will be about helping with team members make technical decision, adjusting processes as needed, doing research and automation, actually developing software and also, recruiting.\n\n# Responsibilities\n * You’ll be responsible for the tech team’s effectiveness, well-being and development, and that its working aligns well to the business’ and our users’ needs.\n* You’ll be making sure that the technical aspects of the projects are getting done on schedule, that we’re making the right trade-offs.\n* You’ll be leading, mentoring, managing the people who are part of the tech team.\n* You’ll be recruiting, onboarding top talent, sometimes. We’re a small team, and we’re not expecting to grow the headcount a lot (but we do expect to grow the impact each of us have!).\n* You’ll be working closely together with the leadership team, to lay down the tracks for future product and infrastructural expansion.\n* You’ll be in charge of flourishing our engineering culture - organise information sharing, hackathons, processes, developing new, helpful routines.\n* We value clear and honest communication and transparency, it’s the linchpin of our culture and current success and independency.\n* You will be involved in both high and low level decision making and will be available during European working hours (9AM - 6PM GMT).\n* We are looking for a missionary rather than a mercenary. \n\n# Requirements\nSkills and experience You have:\n* Can see a problem from the product, business’ and the team’s perspective.\n* You have excellent technical and people skills. (yes, we know, it’s rare!)\n* You are more of a frontend than a backend engineer. (we’re frontend heavy)\n* You held senior software engineering management position such as CTO, Head of Development, or VP of Engineering positions in the past and enjoyed it.\n* You have introspective tendencies, and you’re looking for a position where you can grow fast.\n* You can represent the technology, infrastructure, and the engineering team at the executive level.\n* \n\nBe sure to mention the words **DECREASE EXCHANGE LOUD** when applying to show you read the job post completely. This is a beta feature to avoid spam applicants. Companies can search these words to find applicants that read this and see they're human.\n\n \n\n#Salary and compensation\n /year\n \n\n#Location\n🇪🇺 EU


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European Timezones
 
💰 $70k - $108k*

executive

 

director

 

vp

 

engineering

Drops

Drops

languagedrops.com

🔎6,876 views

✅ 702 applied (10%)

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Remote, permanent, full-time (40h/week) position\n\nIf you have a soft spot for bootstrapped, profitable companies with a meaningful product, and you would like to develop a small, super-capable technical team in a refreshing work environment, you might quite like this extremely rare executive position at Drops.\n\n\n\nAbout us:\n\nDrops’ goal is to turn language learning into a delightful game while ensuring effective learning. Drops is one of the top10 most innovative education companies according to FastCompany. Our app is in the Appstore for 3+ years, teaches 32 languages, was featured by both the App Store and Play Store multiple times - App of the Year in 2018 on the Play Store - and the company is still run by the founders. We are a small, super-capable remote team mainly spread across Europe (we have a small marketing crew in California) . We’re working synchronously, so time zones matter for us. We communicate via Slack, Github and Monday. We want to be the no.1 app for vocabulary learning and we are getting there quickly with our current user base of 15 million, a monthly active of >1,500,000 and an average store rating of 4.7.\n\nYou can find us here: http://drops.app.link/\n\n\n**What’d be different here:\n**\n* We’re a small team. We’re optimising for impact, not for headcount. You’ll be carefully considering any tradeoff that would lead to increased complexity.\n* We’re using a single programming language - TypeScript. We have strict linter rules. Every pull request needs to be approved before it lands in master. We use the rebase workflow.\n* We’re using React to develop UI, on both mobile and the web.\n* We’re doing things in a functional way, concentrating state, minimising side effects and making dependencies explicit. We’re sharing 98%+ of the code between Android, iOS and Web.\n* We’re writing software with a web developer’s mindset.\n* We automate where it has positive ROI.\n* Our biggest challenge is (and will remain): managing the complexity of sharing a lot of code between different apps.\n* We’re not building a hierarchy. We’re encouraging everyone to be autonomous. You’ll _not_ be an arbitrator between business and engineering. You’ll be helping both project owners and the tech team to work more closely together.\n* Your average day will be about helping with team members make technical decision, adjusting processes as needed, doing research and automation, actually developing software and also, recruiting.\n\n# Responsibilities\n * You’ll be responsible for the tech team’s effectiveness, well-being and development, and that its working aligns well to the business’ and our users’ needs.\n* You’ll be making sure that the technical aspects of the projects are getting done on schedule, that we’re making the right trade-offs.\n* You’ll be leading, mentoring, managing the people who are part of the tech team.\n* You’ll be recruiting, onboarding top talent, sometimes. We’re a small team, and we’re not expecting to grow the headcount a lot (but we do expect to grow the impact each of us have!).\n* You’ll be working closely together with the leadership team, to lay down the tracks for future product and infrastructural expansion.\n* You’ll be in charge of flourishing our engineering culture - organise information sharing, hackathons, processes, developing new, helpful routines.\n* We value clear and honest communication and transparency, it’s the linchpin of our culture and current success and independency.\n* You will be involved in both high and low level decision making and will be available during European working hours (9AM - 6PM GMT).\n* We are looking for a missionary rather than a mercenary. \n\n# Requirements\n* Can see a problem from the product, business’ and the team’s perspective.\n* You have excellent technical and people skills. (yes, we know, it’s rare!)\n* You are more of a frontend than a backend engineer. (we’re frontend heavy)\n* You held senior software engineering management position such as CTO, Head of Development, or VP of Engineering positions in the past and enjoyed it.\n* You have introspective tendencies, and you’re looking for a position where you can grow fast.\n* You can represent the technology, infrastructure, and the engineering team at the executive level. \n\nBe sure to mention the words **BIND RABBIT ELECTRIC** when applying to show you read the job post completely. This is a beta feature to avoid spam applicants. Companies can search these words to find applicants that read this and see they're human.\n\n \n\n#Salary and compensation\n No salary data published by company so we estimated salary based on previous jobs related to Executive, Engineering and Engineer, Executive jobs that are similar:\n\n $70,000 — $107,500/year\n \n\n#Location\nEuropean Timezones


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🇪🇺 EU
 
💰 $43k - $73k*

social media

 

copyrwiter

 

instagram

 

copywriting

Drops

Drops

languagedrops.com

🔎5,011 views

✅ 368 applied (7%)

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If you have a soft spot for bootstrapped, profitable, hyper-growth startups with a meaningful product, you might quite like this rare opening with a flexible work environment at Drops. You also have a knack for writing intelligent, witty copy; you probably take photos in your free time, dabble with Lightroom, and your IG game is beyond strong.\n\n**About us:**\n\nDrops’ goal is to turn language learning into a delightful, effective game. Our primary app, Drops, has been in the App Store for over 3 years, teaches 33 languages, and was featured by both the App Store and Play Store multiple times. It was Google’s Best App of 2018. We are a small, passionate remote team mainly spread across Europe, with a small outpost in California. We mostly work synchronously, so working hour overlap does matter for us. The company is still run by the founders. We communicate via Slack, Git, and Trello. We want to be the no.1 app for vocabulary learning and we are getting there quickly with our current user base of 14 million, a monthly active of >1,500,000 and an average store rating of 4.7.\n\nYou can find us here: http://drops.app.link/\n\n\n\n# Responsibilities\n **You will:**\n\nBe responsible for all social media, with major emphasis on Instagram.\nEdit all content, as well as writing a good bit of it.\nMake all content written by another team member sound almost as witty and brilliant as your own.\nDevelop and pitch creative campaigns with indisputable success metrics.\nIdeate and collaborate with our product and marketing teams on all projects that involve social media or content marketing, and any other projects you find interesting.\nPersuade our product developers and marketing team to integrate social media.\nStrike envy in the hearts and minds of the social media managers of our competitors.\nYou will work with our legal advisor to execute influencer contracts.\nStrike envy in the hearts of the social media managers of our competitors. \n\n# Requirements\n**You have:**\n\n* A proven social media and content management track record - including executed, impactful creative campaigns.\n* Strong verbal and written communication skills in English and the ability to work well cross-functionally.\n* You are native in these softwares: G-suite (docs, spreadsheet, etc), Slack, Trello, Planoly, Excel/Numbers, Words/Pages, Adobe Creative Suite\n* Project management experience (everyone is managing projects at Drops)\n\n**Our Ideal Candidate:**\n\n* You live in Europe, or within the GMT time zone + or - 2 hours.\n* You speak and write native English.\n* You’re a social media maven. You have undeniable examples of how you elevated your brand⁠—or the brand of a company⁠—via creative social media engagement--especially through Instagram\n* You’re sufficiently well spoken⁠—and well written⁠—in long-form and social media lingo. Your editing skills are as good or better than your writing skills.\n* You hate useless punctuation, but love full stops.,\n* You detest inconsistent capitalization You know that true em dashes are always better than --.\n* You love finding the perfect post or campaign that sparks a fire.\n* You love tracking and measuring just how intense that fires gets.\n* You don’t just know and use best social media best practices but blaze trail with never-been-seen ideas.\n* You can make that fire spark another. Maybe you’re not a maven. Maybe you’re a social pyromaniac.\n* You stalk the most unapproachable of influencers and can negotiate anything for a free license.\n* You’re a perfectionist re: all media you use--prefer creating your own visual assets, but can cost-efficiently manage in-house or outsourced designers for the bigger stuff.\n* You love proving - preferably with numbers - to engineers that social media and content do matter. In acquisitions, in retention, in $.\n* You love language learning, whether you’re good at it or not. At the very least, you’re willing to obsess over what makes language learners tick.\n* We’re building a small, but super capable team. You’re naturally more interested in the fate of the product & driven to grow professionally, than in managing people.\n* We are looking for a missionary rather than a mercenary.\n* We value clear and honest communication and transparency - it’s the linchpin of our culture and current success, and freedom. You will be involved in both high and low level decision making, and will be available during European working hours (9AM - 6PM GMT).\n\n\n\n \n\nBe sure to mention the words **MOTOR THOUGHT SHOE** when applying to show you read the job post completely. This is a beta feature to avoid spam applicants. Companies can search these words to find applicants that read this and see they're human.\n\n \n\n#Salary and compensation\n No salary data published by company so we estimated salary based on previous jobs related to Social Media, Instagram and Copywriting, Executive jobs that are similar:\n\n $43,000 — $72,500/year\n \n\n#Location\n🇪🇺 EU


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💰 $60k - $100k*

data

 

analyst

 

growth hacker

 

product analytics

Drops

Drops

languagedrops.com

🔎3,339 views

✅ 16 applied (0%)

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If you have a soft spot for bootstrapped, profitable companies with a meaningful product, and you want to use your data analyst / growth skills for good, you’ll like this.\n\n\n\n\n\nAbout us:\n\n\n\nDrops’ goal is to turn language learning into a delightful game while ensuring effective learning. Our app is in the Appstore for 3 years, teaches 31 languages, was featured by both the App Store and Play Store multiple times - Editors' Choice on the Play Store - and the company is still run by the founders. We are a small, super-capable remote team mainly spread across Europe. We’re working synchronously, so time zones matter for us. We communicate via Slack, Git and Trello and have a release twice a week. We want to be the no.1 app for vocabulary learning and we are getting there quickly with our current user base of 7 million, a monthly active of >800,000 and an average store rating of 4.7.\n\n\n\nYou can find us here: [http://drops.app.link/](http://drops.app.link/)\n\n\n\n\n\nAbout you:\n\n\n\nYou’ll be responsible for improving the quantity, quality and reliability of the multivariant tests we run.\n\n\n\nYou’re a no-nonsense person, who is comfortable taking ownership of all aspects of our analytics & growth funnel, who has experience in working at a product company, and who can bring us insights, initiatives and execution that will help us grow.\n\n\n\nWe want everyone to see the big picture: this means you already pushed your boundaries outside of the strict data realm, and are knowledgeable about mobile and web growth frameworks, ASO, SEO, best practices regarding retention and monetization.\n\n\n\nWe’re building a small, but super capable team. You’re naturally more interested in the fate of the product & driven to grow professionally, than in managing people.\n\n\n\nWe are looking for a missionary rather than a mercenary.\n\n\n\nWe value clear and honest communication and transparency, it’s the linchpin of our culture and current success and freedom. You will be involved in both high and low level decision making and will be available during European working hours (9AM - 6PM GMT).\n\n\n\nWe offer:\n\n\n\n* An awesomely compact 13 person team\n\n* Educational allowance\n\n* Fittness allowance\n\n* All the perks of remote working\n\n* 30 days of holiday per year (including Christmas and other holidays)\n\n* Quarterly team gathering somewhere in the world\n\n* Stock options from a high-growth, profitable company\n\n# Responsibilities\n You will:\n\n* Work cross functionally with our engineers, designer and marketing teams on opportunities to initiate / manage / analyze the AB tests we’re running across multiple platforms.\n\n* Make sense out of all the data that comes in (mobile, web, iTunes, Play Store, our own users database).\n\n* Gather insights from the existing data we have, and initiate projects to help improve our KPIs.\n\n* Prefer to use a minimal set of simple tools to complex ones. (This is important for us)\n\n* Communicate effectively and often to ensure that the team is aligned.\n\n* Help the engineers structure the events on existing and new platforms & define our KPIs. \n\n# Requirements\nYou have:\n\n* At least 2 years of experience in working in product analytics, managing multivariant tests and their results.\n\n* At least 3 years of experience in using various Analytics / BI tools (from Amplitude to SQL queries)\n\n* Experience driving product growth in the consumer mobile app space.\n\n* Some experience in qualitative testing methodologies. You’re not afraid with engaging with end-users if needed.\n\n* Knowledge about fundamental mobile and web growth mental models\n\n* Project management experience (everyone is managing projects at Drops)\n\n* Strong verbal and written communication skills and the ability to work well cross-functionally.\n\n* (Preferably) experience in all 4 pillars of the growth funnel: Acquisition, Activation, Retention, Monetization \n\nBe sure to mention the words **OUTDOOR CURRENT FACULTY** when applying to show you read the job post completely. This is a beta feature to avoid spam applicants. Companies can search these words to find applicants that read this and see they're human.\n\n \n\n#Salary and compensation\n No salary data published by company so we estimated salary based on previous jobs related to Data, Analyst and Data Science, Stats, Product Manager, Marketing, Executive jobs that are similar:\n\n $60,000 — $100,000/year\n


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💰 $60k - $110k*

backend

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\nIf you have a soft spot for bootstrapped, small, profitable companies with a meaningful product, and you feel comfortable writing Javascript (or better.. Typescript!) with the Serverless framework, youll like this.\nDrops goal is to turn language learning into a delightful game while ensuring effective learning. Sounds fun? Our users say it is indeed! Our app is in the Appstore for 3 years, teaches 30 languages, was featured by both the App Store and Play Store multiple times - Editors' Choice on the Play Store - and the company is still run by the founders. We are a small, super-capable remote team mainly spread across Europe. We communicate via Slack, Git and Trello and run iterative development cycles, and have a release two times a week. We want to be the no.1 app for vocabulary learning and we are getting there quickly with our current user base of 4 million, a monthly active of >600,000 and an average store rating of 4.7. \nYou can find us here: http://drops.app.link/\nYou, as a backend developer will help Drops become a service, a more connected experience for our users. Well store more and more data that the user only has on their device in Aurora, connect it with multiple 3rd party services, allow them to subscribe on the web, and allow them to build a small community around learning languages.\nWere 3 front-end developers strong (frontend is in Typescript as well), who dont get discouraged if we need to change something in the backend, but were looking for someone to take ownership of the codebase and our AWS infra.\nYou have relevant experience and are comfortable taking charge of the whole backend infrastructure we have on AWS & make decisions on structuring code and data. \nThis is a full-time and long-term position. You will be dedicated to this role only, hopefully in the years to come.\nWe value clear and honest communication and transparency, its the linchpin of our culture and current success and freedom.\nYou will be involved in both high and low level decision making and need to be available during European working hours (9AM - 6PM GMT)\n\nBenefits\n\nWe offer:\n * An awesomely compact 11 person team\n * Yearly educational allowance\n * All the perks of remote working\n * 30 days of holiday per year (including Christmas and other holidays)\n * Quarterly team gathering somewhere in the world\n * Stock options from a high-growth, profitable company\n \n \n\n#Salary and compensation\n No salary data published by company so we estimated salary based on previous jobs related to Backend jobs that are similar:\n\n $60,000 — $110,000/year\n


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