About role

  • Team: Tech
  • Type: CDI
  • Location: Remote (France)
  • Planning: Full time
  • Position: Close
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Front-end Developer

About you

You’re passionate about front-end development. You’re obsessed with product quality, and nothing pleases you more than crafting a pixel-perfect user interface. You know that when it comes to UI, the devil is in the details.

You love making a complex interaction simple, in your code and for the user. You know Single-Page Applications, their advantages and constraints. You’re autonomous and love teamwork. You value diversity: although you only swear by Atom, you can understand that others might prefer Sublime.

If you are this person, we want to hear from you.

About the role

We’re putting together our entire technical infrastructure, piece by piece, starting from scratch. We mainly use React{:target="_blank"}, but also Flow, Styleguidist and Cypress in our development process to design complex interfaces. By joining the development team, you will contribute to this ambitious project and will face many technical and ergonomic challenges.


  • A significant experience in front-end development;
  • Familiarity with software engineering best practices (tests, code reviews, continuous integration, version management, architecture documentation, etc.);
  • Good knowledge of CSS and React or other modern libraries for creating web applications;
  • Decent written and spoken English.

Bonus points

  • Previous experience in banking or Fintech;
  • Previous experience in developing a SaaS product for business users;
  • You speak some French or are willing to learn.

We encourage all developers to write about their work, to share their knowledge and to participate in conferences as a speaker or attendee. (This is considered working time, of course). In addition, we will buy any technical book you may be interested in and add it to our company library. Here are a few conference talks given by some of the engineers you will have the opportunity to work with and some articles they have authored. (If you don’t like to give talks, that’s fine, you won’t have too).