This week - Remote Sass jobs
  • ChappellRoberts

    At ChappellRoberts, ideas are the currency we trade. We are currently seeking Freelance Web Developers with at least 5-10 years experience, a knack for problem solving, and a passion for writing beautiful code, to partner with our team. You must be adaptable, resourceful, and able to independently develop effective solutions to problems. Ideally, we would like you to be based somewhere within the greater Tampa Bay area.

    Here's what we’ll need you to do:

    • Work on a Mac.
    • Hand-code fully-responsive websites; campaign microsites and landing pages.
    • Collaborate directly with designers, other developers, strategists, account executives, and occasionally clients from initial ideation to project completion.
    • Make recommendations for the best technical solutions to meet a development challenge. 
    • Implement, customize and maintain content-management systems and train both clients and internal agency staff how to use them
    • Estimate time and hard-costs to complete assigned projects

    Here's what we need you to know:

    • HTML5 + CSS3 (SASS)
    • Javascript/ES6
    • Jquery and other Javascript libraries/frameworks (experience with Vue is a major plus)
    • OOP PHP (experience with Laravel is a major plus)
    • Experience working in and building custom themes for PHP-based content-management systems. Special bonus points if you have experience with a CMS that is NOT WordPress — Statamic, October, CraftCMS, etc.
    • Comfortable converting Sketch (and sometimes Photoshop) files to code
    • Solid understanding and ability to write code for responsive design
    • Solid understanding of web animation (CSS/JS)
    • Experience with Bootstrap
    • Ability to conduct thorough cross browser/device testing and debugging
    • Understanding of on-page SEO best practices
    • Understanding of HTML email best practices
    • Have a comfort level managing Linux servers (experience with Laravel Forge is a major plus)
    • Experience with build automation (Gulp/Grunt/Webpack)
    • Comfortable developing in a LAMP environment
    • Comfortable managing Linux servers
    • Familiarity using Git/BitBucket for source control
    • Being comfortable on a command line (terminal)
    • Familiarity with WCAG 2.0 accessibility standards and ability to write code that adheres to an A- and AA-level of compliance.

    And a couple more really important things we need:

    • Reliability.
    • Humility.
    • Resourcefulness.
    • Responsiveness.
    • A generally positive attitude.
    • Willingness to put in some extra time when a project calls for it. (It's not often, but it happens.)

    Here's what we need from you if you're interesting in working with us:

    • A resume
    • A cover letter explaining why you’re the right person for us
    • At least 5 online work samples illustrating the qualifications listed above
    • A willingness to complete our online Developer Coding Challenge (from the comfort of your own home) and prove that you meet the technical qualifications listed above.
This month - Remote Sass jobs
  • Entando

    Our team is thrilled to announce that we are looking for passionate Front end javascript developers of all levels (junior, mid, and senior) to join the Entando Digital Experience Platform team. We will welcome fun, free-thinking, hard-working, passionate people that are willing to bring positive energy to our company, our culture and our challenges.

    You will be joining a high caliber group of developers, designers and research specialists. A team entrusted with the research and development of the latest technologies, the coolest gadgets and most engaging UI's. A team that is committed to solving some of the biggest software challenges, tackle some of the most advanced concepts and who are willing to laugh, learn, love and enjoy the experience along the way.

    You will be expected work in an agile (SCRUM) environment and collaborate with a distributed and multinational team (in the US, Italy, and beyond). This a fully remote development position. You'll have the opportunity to work on developing the next generation of Entando's platform and delivering on an entirely new technology stack.

    If you are an enthusiastic, intelligent, technology driven, rigorous, team oriented, agile-ready, open source loving, coffee lover… we want to hear from you.

    Benefits

    Entando is a company that invests in their employees and in their happiness. Life at Entando can be challenging, but always FUN. We offer our people tremendous freedom with the space for open-thinking, group collaboration and true team-driven working dynamics. We offer a truly unique working environment with culture and benefits that no other companies in the region offer. Here at Entando…every employee has a voice…and we want to hear yours.

    Here are some of our perks:

    • Work remotely. Entando is committed to remote development
    • Great work-life balance
    • High caliber, high quality team
    • Career development & planning
    • Professional Development
    • Values-driven organization
    • Innovation sessions (where we welcome ALL employee ideas)
    • High impact international projects
    • and more…

    Privacy information

    Dear candidate, by answering to this job post and/or submitting your CV, your are authorizing us to process your data for potential selection and recruiting purposes only.

    You can find more information about our privacy policy here: http://www.entando.com/page/en/privacy_policy.

Older - Remote Sass jobs
  • Tuft & Needle
    PROBABLY NO LONGER AVAILABLE.

    We’re looking for someone to join our engineering team as a front-end developer for tuftandneedle.com as well as our internal CRM and administration systems. You’ll collaborate with the rest of the engineering team on developing new features to our public site as well as our internal applications and assisting with marketing efforts to rapidly test and implement changes to the existing public content. Our ideal candidate will be fluent in HTML and CSS and have experience with preprocessors like Pug, SASS, LESS, HAML, or Stylus. Being a well-rounded JavaScript developer is more important than knowing the latest MV* framework or knowing what bleeding-edge tools are being developed.

    RESPONSIBILITIES:

    • Develop for tuftandneedle.com as well as our internal CRM and administration systems
    • Collaborate with the engineering team on developing new features to our public site as well as our internal applications
    • Assist with marketing efforts to rapidly test and implement changes to the existing public content

    EXPERIENCE:

    • Fluent in HTML and CSS and have experience with preprocessors like HAML, SASS, LESS, Pug, or Stylus
    • Broad knowledge of JavaScript
    • Fluent in React and Redux or another mature front-end framework
    • Experience in designing REST APIs
    • Experience in the full life cycle of a project (wireframing, storycarding, feature development, refactoring, and ongoing maintenance)

    PREFERRED:

    • Management of all areas of a modern web stack, including CI configuration, PAAS management (Now, Netlify, Heroku, etc.), Cloudflare, and related Amazon services
    • Experience with performance monitoring and optimization
    • Ability to identify accessibility limitations and develop enhancements to support site accessibility
    • Knowledge of multivariant testing systems and analytics tracking
  • Action Verb
    PROBABLY NO LONGER AVAILABLE.$120,000.00 - $170,000.00.

    Day-to-Day:

    • Developing new user-facing features using React.js.
    • Building reusable components and front-end libraries for future use
    • Translating wireframes and product specifications into fully functional and attractive web layouts using React and SCSS
    • Optimizing components for maximum performance across a vast array of web-capable devices and browsers
    • Using Github for code repository

    Experience Required:

    • Experience building and delivering React.js applications that have seen actual production usage.
    • At least 5 years of experience  working on large scale web applications.
    • Strong understanding of the Javascript language itself, including changes in ES8, ES6, as well as recent updates to CSS.
    • Understanding of how to write secure frontend code and an awareness of common web application security vulnerabilities.
    • Testing and the ability to write unit tests/specs (we use popular JavaScript testing frameworks)
    • Interest in open-source
  • Skillshare
    PROBABLY NO LONGER AVAILABLE.$120,000.00 - $165,000.00.

    As a key member Skillshare’s Ecosystem team, you’ll be at the helm of one our most innovative and exploratory groups at Skillshare. The team’s work draws from a deep understanding of our users’ needs and augments their experience beyond classes - how else can we provide value to our students and teachers? How can we foster and grow the learning community on the platform? The Ecosystem team builds emerging features and functionalities to answer these questions. The team’s work is pivotal to the growth of our platform and our network. As such, we’re looking for a high level engineer who will work closely with our engineers, product, and leadership stakeholders to bring these features and functionalities to life.

    What you'll do:

    • Participate in daily stand-ups, bi-weekly sprint plannings, and sprint retrospectives for the team (we work in agile here)
    • Help facilitate ticket assignment – you know the strengths of engineers on your team, and when to give them new challenges to help them grow
    • Collaborate with the team’s Product Manager to determine longer-term roadmaps
    • Build the product! A solid portion of this role will be hands-on writing code, and we’ll look to your senior expertise to set the standard for the team.
    • Review code and provide technical mentorship to engineers on your team (and across the company)

    Why we're excited about you:

    • You’re an experienced full-stack engineer with a proven history of leading teams in this capacity.
    • You are motivated by technical mentorship.
    • You bring best practices for coding, testing and technical documentation to the table, and are ready to help us implement them.
    • You’re interested in emerging technologies and excited to help push the boundaries of Skillshare’s platform offerings.

    Why you're excited about us:

    • Impact: Innovation is at the heart of our Ecosystem team, and you’ll be leading the technical charge.
    • Our mission: We are building a learning ecosystem for the new economy and changing millions of lives for the better.
    • Our team: We have a passionate, smart team that is a lot of fun to work with.
    • Your life: We take pride in our flexibility. Need flexible hours, or work a day or two remotely? No problem. We trust you to do what you need to do.
  • BriteCore
    PROBABLY NO LONGER AVAILABLE.$50,000.00 - $70,000.00.

    Mid-level Frontend Developer We are hiring for a mid-level frontend developer who can work alongside our designers and full stack developers to create an well structured and visually consistent design system for our app. This position would be in our product development division, which is building out several new products for our main app, BriteCore. We are interested in building a team of frontend experts who could assist our full stack developers in working with our design system. The kind of work we do BriteCore is essentially a CMS for insurance companies. They use it to manage all aspects of their business, including tracking policies, managing contacts and handling claims. This means our users typically see our app more as a business tool like Microsoft Word or Google Sheets than a website (even though it is completely a web-based app). They also are using BriteCore for several hours every day, and are concerned with doing things quickly and efficiently. This, along with the complicated nature of insurance, means we deal with some complex workflows, and try to set ourselves apart from our competitors with a smooth UX that helps them navigate these tough processes. What you might be doing Traditionally at BriteCore, full stack developers have done almost all of the development work. We haven’t been specialized into frontend or backend roles. This means our full stack developers are all working together to build out a Vue.js-based frontend and design system, but we’d like to have a team of mid-level frontend developers who can help create components, document standards, and continue to improve this design system as these products grow. As a mid-level frontend developer, you could be doing the following:

    • Help draft standards around JS conventions
    • Create a new layout framework in CSS Grid
    • Work with a designer to implement new components
    • Improve our utilization of Vuex
    • Architect and implement highly reusable, configurable Vue components
    • Improve our testing framework to ensure components can be safely and predictably modified
    • Create easier ways for our clients to add UI customizations and theming

    What it is like to work at BriteCore BriteCore is a remote-first company — even employees who live in our home city of Springfield, MO usually work from home! And most of the people you will work with are scattered across the US and the globe. This means that remote team members are just as much part of the company as local employees. We also allow a lot of flexibility in terms of time off. In return, we expect all of our employees to be productive and accountable, which means you'll work alongside a great, dedicated team. Responsibilities & Requirements

    • Several years of experience in the field is preferred
    • Vue.js experience highly preferred, frontend JS framework experience required
    • Review code and PRs, and provide constructive feedback to team members
    • Communicate clearly and effectively over chat and video conference
    • Welcome feedback and collaboration
    • Be friendly, confident, and patient with others
    • Ship code on time
    • Self-direct
    • Stay familiar with the latest web development trends
    • Be online and working, Monday through Friday, from roughly 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. UTC

    Technologies we use

    • JavaScript (ES6)
    • Vue.js
    • Node.js
    • Webpack
    • HTML5
    • SCSS
    • Python
    • Django and Django REST Framework
    • GraphQL
    • MySQL
    • GitHub
    • Linux (Command line knowledge such as BASH, ZSH, or FISH)
    • Docker
    • Amazon Web Services

    Benefits and Compensation

    • US$50k-70k annual salary, highly based on experience and proven performance
    • Benefit from working alongside and observing a team of world-class engineers and designers
    • Comprehensive health insurance coverage including medical, dental, and vision
    • Flexible schedule
    • Relaxed work environment
    • Remote work
    • Flexible learning time — explore your ideas and new technologies on the clock
  • BriteCore
    PROBABLY NO LONGER AVAILABLE.$100,000.00 - $150,000.00.

    We are hiring for a Frontend Architect who can work alongside our designers and full stack developers to create an well structured and visually consistent design system for our app. This position would be in our product development division, which is building out several new products for our main app, BriteCore. We are interested in building a team of frontend experts who could assist our full stack developers in working with our design system. This position would be the lead position on this team.

    The kind of work we do

    BriteCore is essentially a CMS for insurance companies. They use it to manage all aspects of their business, including tracking policies, managing contacts and handling claims. This means our users typically see our app more as a business tool like Microsoft Word or Google Sheets than a website (even though it is completely a web-based app). They also are using BriteCore for several hours every day, and are concerned with doing things quickly and efficiently. This, along with the complicated nature of insurance, means we deal with some complex workflows, and try to set ourselves apart from our competitors with a smooth UX that helps them navigate these tough processes.

    What you might be doing

    Traditionally at BriteCore, full stack developers have done almost all of the development work. We haven’t been specialized into frontend or backend roles. This means our full stack developers are all working together to build out a Vue.js-based frontend and design system, but we’d like to have a team of frontend developers who can help create components, document standards, and continue to improve this design system as these products grow.

    As a Frontend Architect, you could be doing the following:

    • Work with a lead a team of several frontend developers
    • Help draft standards around JS conventions
    • Create a new layout framework in CSS Grid
    • Work with a designer to implement a new component
    • Improve our utilization of Vuex
    • Architect and implement highly reusable, configurable Vue components
    • Improve our testing framework to ensure components can be safely and predictably modified
    • Create easier ways for our clients to add UI customizations and theming

    What it is like to work here

    BriteCore is a remote-first company — even employees who live in our home city of Springfield, MO usually work from home! And most of the people you will work with are scattered across the US and the globe. This means that remote team members are just as much part of the company as local employees. We also allow a lot of flexibility in terms of time off. In return, we expect all of our employees to be productive and accountable, which means you'll work alongside a great, dedicated team.

    Responsibilities & Requirements

    • Several years of experience in the field is preferred
    • Vue.js experience highly preferred, frontend JS framework experience required
    • Leadership/growth opportunities
    • Review code and PRs, and provide constructive feedback to team members
    • Communicate clearly and effectively over chat and video conference
    • Welcome feedback and collaboration
    • Be friendly, confident, and patient with others
    • Ship code on time
    • Self-direct
    • Stay familiar with the latest web development trends
    • Work at least half of your day during our normal business hours, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. US Central Time

    Technologies We Use

    • JavaScript (ES6)
    • Vue.js
    • Node.js
    • Webpack
    • HTML5
    • SCSS
    • Python
    • Django and Django REST Framework
    • GraphQL
    • MySQL
    • GitHub
    • Linux (Command line knowledge such as BASH, ZSH, or FISH)
    • Docker
    • Amazon Web Services

    Benefits and compensation

    • Salary based on experience and proven performance
    • Benefit from working alongside and observing a team of world-class engineers and designers
    • Comprehensive health insurance coverage including medical, dental, and vision
    • Flexible schedule
    • Relaxed work environment
    • Remote work
    • Flexible learning time — explore your ideas and new technologies on the clock