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Frontend Engineer

We are looking for a self-driven individual with expertise in building highly interactive web applications with JavaScript and ReactJS and a keen eye for details and graphics design to join The Artling team!

Over the past three years, our web stack has greatly evolved. We are still using Python and Django on the backend, but instead of classic REST APIs we are now using GraphQL. Likewise, on the frontend, instead of using jQuery and Twitter Bootstrap, we are now using ReactJS and React-Apollo as much as we can.

We have two brands ( and and while both sites have very similar features, the devil is in the detail. This is why we need you! We need someone with rock solid HTML & CSS skills who also loves to work with JavaScript and especially ReactJS. Your task will be to identify all elements on both sites and work closely with our in-house designer to create beautifully crafted, well tested and easy to use reusable components that the team can then use on both sites to build features as fast as possible. We also have a mobile app (“Luxglove”), which needs pretty much the same components using ReactNative, so you will also contribute to that.

As an eCommerce site and a marketplace we also have a constant need to visualize metrics and data and have an urgent need to make our own internal tools more beautiful and more intuitive to use.

To excel in this job, you should have expertise in the following technologies:

  • HTML & CSS (4 years expertise)
  • JavaScript (2 years expertise)
  • ReactJS & ReactNative (1 year expertise)
  • Git
  • styled-components
  • react-apollo
  • react-redux
  • Jest
  • Webpack
  • UI testing with PhantomJS
  • UNIX-like operating systems (we use MacOS, our servers use Ubuntu)
  • Python & Django (would be a plus)

If you are interested in this position, please send your resume to our CTO Martin Brochhaus ( Please also provide a link to your github profile and links to at least two web projects that you have done in the past.