11 August 2016

Software Engineer Front End

Your passion is developing overwhelming state-of-the-art web applications based on the newest technology. ‘Pixel-perfect’ is a word that sounds familiar to you? You are eager to work in a constantly evolving environment where your technical skills and insights are continuously challenged and enhanced?

You think digitally and therefore have a detail-oriented mindset you can use for developing Enterprise Web Applications? You like to think out of the box and dare to question assumptions that are taken for granted? Innovation is what you are good at?

You want to go on a journey with your customers to improve the product to fulfil their requirements and enhance their user experience? You have a great interest in responsive design and you can implement a graphic design?

Yes? Contact us!

Who are we looking for?

Ground lion wants someone who gets things done. Not on your own, but in a team.

We are looking for a developer who can build a future-proof application and has a passion for front end development.

Someone who likes to create the software people want to use. Designing it is more demanding than you might think, as designing is about getting the product embraced by their end-users. About implementing it properly and intuitively.

What are your skills?

Your user-centred approach is impressive. Your talent is making things work. You like to focus on product development and are eager to support Ground lion projects as a genuine expert?
HTML5, JQuery, Angular JS, Spring MVC, Maven, Mongo DB, IntelliJ, Require JS, Bower, Kendo UI, Spring Websockets, Less … still with us? Nice! These are some of the technologies we currently use.

All right, now: Phantom JS, Knockout, Jquery UI, Angular UI, Dojo, ExtJS,, Meteor,… still with us? Bonus marks!

Get things done and send in your application. We will gladly invite you to meet the Ground lion team to discuss in detail this unique career opportunity.

You will be handsomely paid and be able to work at a fancy office in Sint-Martens-Latem.

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