Front-End Software Engineer

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The Internet Computer is the fastest and only infinitely scalable general-purpose blockchain — incubated and launched by the DFINITY Foundation in May 2021
A team of over 200 world renowned cryptographers, distributed systems engineers, and programming language experts have taken on the massive technological challenge of building, maintaining, and continuously improving a ‘world computer’ powerful enough to host Web3 dapps, DeFi, games, NFTs, social media, and metaverse projects

DFINITY was founded in 2016 by entrepreneur and crypto theoretician, Dominic Williams, and attracted interest and financial contributions from early members of the Ethereum community
Later, top-tier institutions such as Andreessen Horowitz, Polychain Capital, and SV Angel backed the Internet Computer in a collective effort to help build out Web3


As a Front-End Software Engineer at DFINITY, you’ll work on projects like:

  • Forging our first batch of user-facing apps, like control panels for third-party developers or status dashboards for node providers
  • Prototype example apps that show off concepts and capabilities unique to the Internet Computer and instruct the community on best practices
  • Evolve the structure and style of our developer portal, marketing website, and related materials to best reflect our values and priorities, and to be an invaluable resource to anyone trying to build software for the Internet Computer
  • Collaborate with our infrastructure team to establish CI/CD pipelines, staging servers, and integrations with content management systems

Background and Skills:

If a lot of these sound like you, you might be a good fit for our team:

  • You know your way around JavaScript frameworks like Svelte, React, Angular, and Vue
  • You love collaborating with designers to build design systems and pattern libraries
  • You don’t leave security and accessibility considerations until the last minute
  • You have a plan for browser support, integration testing, and performance budgets
  • You code with multiple target form factors (mobile, tablet, desktop) in mind
  • You do the right thing even when it’s hard and treat challenges as a chance to learn
  • You share your honest opinions so the team can improve
  • You’ve invested in improving your own workflow and are a multiplier for your team
  • You can effectively collaborate with co-workers across multiple sites and time zones