Kollider is hiring a
Remote Senior Front End Engineer
### About the Job\nAs a senior frontend engineer, you will be responsible for the core development of Kollider's frontend applications. The role will require you to translate external feedback and ideas into front end features and enhancements, but also to take independent, proactive decisions that will shape Kollider's UX and UI DNA.\n\n### About you\n* You're excited about the crypto space and passionate about design in the context of consumer facing financial application.\n* You take pride in building lean and fast frontend applications without jeopardizing UX.\n* You like to take on large amount of responsibility and are a quick and independent learner.\n\n### Requirements\n* You have extensive experience in building data intensive UIs.\n* You have an in-depth understanding of websockets and the efficient handling of data in a global state management system.\n* Commercial experience in building and deploying React based applications in a production environment.\n* Experience building a consumer facing financial application.\n* Exposure to popular charting frameworks such as Trading View, High Charts.\n\n### Nice to have\n* Experience with Rust.\n* Experience in using Next.js with Tailwind CSS.\n* Have built an application in the crypto space before.\n* Excited about second layer scaling solutions such as the Bitcoin Lightning network.\n\n \n\nBe sure to mention the word **EMPATHY** 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 / RMzUuMTcwLjgyLjE1OQ==.\n\n \n\n#Salary and compensation\n
$60,000 — $160,000/year\n
Apply for this job
👉 Please reference you found the job on Remote OK, this helps us get more companies to post here, thanks!
When applying for jobs, you should NEVER have to pay to apply. You should also NEVER have to pay to buy equipment which they then pay you back for later. Also never pay for trainings you have to do. Those are scams! NEVER PAY FOR ANYTHING! Posts that link to pages with "how to work online" are also scams. Don't use them or pay for them. Also always verify you're actually talking to the company in the job post and not an imposter. A good idea is to check the domain name for the site/email and see if it's the actual company's main domain name. Scams in remote work are rampant, be careful! Read more to avoid scams. When clicking on the button to apply above, you will leave Remote OK and go to the job application page for that company outside this site. Remote OK accepts no liability or responsibility as a consequence of any reliance upon information on there (external sites) or here.