Streamflow is hiring a
Remote Frontend engineer
The Company\nStreamflow helps web3 organizations distribute tokens efficiently and effectively. We leverage our token streaming protocol to provide a suite of tools every Solana organization can use to manage and stream tokens.\nWhy You Should Join Us\nStreamflow is built on the values of integrity, curiosity and passion. We look to uphold these qualities in our day to day and look for these qualities in candidates who apply.\nOur work culture is fast moving, engaging and ambitious. We passionately believe in the value that our protocol can unlock for the world and we’re looking to work with mission driven people who are ready to jump onboard with us, roll up their sleeves and get stuck into it. We believe in selfless sharing of knowledge, transparency and insight into all aspects of the business and personal initiative.\nWe are a remote-first, office-optional team that prioritises high quality written communication and the possibility of working asynchronously across timezones because we believe that the best talent exists on every corner of the earth. We are developing quite literally on bleeding edge technology on the most high performance blockchain, Solana. We offer above market salaries and discuss specific figures early on in the hiring process.\nWe’re seeking\nWe're looking for a full-time Frontend Engineer to supercharge our presence in the Solana ecosystem and beyond. We need to grow the Streamflow brand to ensure users think of Streamflow first when looking to solve token vesting and payroll on Solana. We are looking for individuals who are here for the long-term, fully committing themselves to being a part of the Streamflow team.\nIf you:\n\n\nyou can work with at least 4h of overlap with the Central European Timezone\n\nhave 5+ years of professional experience working as a software engineer specialized in client side applications development (working with any of the popular js frameworks)\n\nhave been part of high growth technology start-ups or scale-ups, preferably in the crypto or FinTech space as a dedicated full-time contributor\n\n\n\nIt will be a perfect fit if you like:\n\n\nTo work\n\nTo develop\n\nTo learn (and do it fast)\n\nTo go outside the comfort zone\n\nTo do what is best for the business\n\nTo participate in the construction of processes and organizations from an early stage\n\nAutonomy and responsibility\n\nVery ambitious projects\n\n\n\nBonus points\nWe’re confident that if you:\n\n\nBreak React applications (into components, hehe) and have experience in that\n\nWant to make JS SDK (NPM packages) for other developers\n\nLike to implement design, not just functionality\n\nAre interested in Web3 and Solana blockchain\n\n\nyou’re more likely to succeed in this role.\nResponsibilities\nResponsibilities include:\n\n\nHands-on work on the front end using tools like React, TypeScript, Next.js, Tailwind, Solana Web3.js\n\nParticipate in technical discussions with team members, provide expert opinion and be involved in technical decision making\n\nTake ownership of key pieces of streamflow’s client side stack and steer them in the right direction\n\nWork with product and design teams to rapidly build experimental products.\n\n\n\nCompensation:\nSalary is negotiable based on previous experience and crypto-native exposure.\nLinks:\n\n\nWebsite\n\ndApp\n\nTwitter\n\n\n\n \n\n#Salary and compensation\n
No salary data published by company so we estimated salary based on similar jobs related to Design, Web3, Crypto, React, Payroll, Engineer and Digital Nomad jobs that are similar:\n\n
$60,000 — $120,000/year\n
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