Javascript Jobs

Timechain labs

Front End Developer

We are looking for a front-end developer with mandatory expertise in Svelte, along with Javascript and CSS

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Aphanso.ai

Senior Flutter Developer

We are looking for a Front-End Engineer with 4-5 years of deep hands-on development experience with Flutter Framework. This position will interface with key stakeholders, and you'll apply your technical proficiency across different stages of the Software Development Life Cycle.

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Emphatic technologies

Software engineer (.NET)

We are looking for a software developer with strong experience in .NET 

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xoxoday

Backend Developer (on-site banglore)

You will be focusing on the development of all server-side logic, definition, and maintenance of the central database. With your expertise in Node.js and as a full-stack developer you will be managing the interchange of data between the server and the users.

Whom will you work with?



You will closely work with the engineering team and support the Product Team of Plum.

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Flyhomes

Lead Salesforce Developer

We are looking for a Salesforce Lead/Architect to join our Engineering team. In this role, you will be responsible for ensuring that Flyhomes salesforce Org is properly managed, designed, and optimized to support a rapidly scaling business. You will help drive process improvements across the organization through better tooling, automating manual processes, and helping our sales and operations teams deliver the best homebuying experience. You will get a chance to implement a salesforce Org from the ground up.

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Kunato

Rust Developer

We are looking for a Rust Developer (with 2-6years of experience) to join our cutting-edge development team as it grows. The candidate must be comfortable working in an agile environment and has the ability to take the lead when necessary.

 

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Mintara Digital Services

Rust Developer (FinTech)

You will be working remotely 

You will be required to build options trading features in an existing day-trading application.


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Certa

Senior Frontend Engineer

We are ideally looking for 5+ years of experience, in as much of the tech stack as possible. If you love startups or have had experience working in start-ups, we would be a match made in tech heaven.

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Umbrel

Frontend JS Software Engineer


  • Work in JavaScript primarily

  • Ship UIs in Vue.js, often using Bootstrap components

  • Care is deeply about crafting beautiful user interfaces


  • Obsess micro-interactions and animations

  • Are extremely supportive, especially when teammates are faced with new challenges

  • Leave no opportunity to sneak jokes into the source code

  • Are left to autonomously figure out solutions to their challenges

  • Think hard about every problem and its solution from the user’s perspective

  • Value clear and frequent communication (we do a lot of reading and writing)

  • Enjoy being a generalist and are not tied down to a specific framework or surface area of our codebase

  • Are naturally curious and willing to learn something they don’t have experience in

  • Feel a great sense of accountability to each other

  • Have good judgment of when to ship: perfect is the enemy of good

  • Bonus: Have a fundamental understanding of Linux/Docker/networking

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Umbrel

Frontend JS Software Engineer


  • Work in JavaScript primarily

  • Ship UIs in Vue.js, often using Bootstrap components

  • Care is deeply about crafting beautiful user interfaces


  • Obsess micro-interactions and animations

  • Are extremely supportive, especially when teammates are faced with new challenges

  • Leave no opportunity to sneak jokes into the source code

  • Are left to autonomously figure out solutions to their challenges

  • Think hard about every problem and its solution from the user’s perspective

  • Value clear and frequent communication (we do a lot of reading and writing)

  • Enjoy being a generalist and are not tied down to a specific framework or surface area of our codebase

  • Are naturally curious and willing to learn something they don’t have experience in

  • Feel a great sense of accountability to each other

  • Have good judgment of when to ship: perfect is the enemy of good

  • Bonus: Have a fundamental understanding of Linux/Docker/networking

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JavaScript Jobs: The Best Resources for Finding a JavaScript Job

 

If you’re looking to work as a JavaScript engineer, or any other kind of software engineer for that matter, then you’ll need to find the right opportunities. There are plenty of great jobs out there for software engineers; you just need to know where to look. In this blog post, we take a look at some of the best resources for finding a job as an engineer if you specialize in JavaScript. If you’re reading this it means that you are willing to trade your 9-to-5 desk job for something more exciting and challenging. Working as an engineer is not just about implementing someone else’s vision. It requires constant learning and developing new skills. There are many different types of software engineers such

 

What is JavaScript?

JavaScript is a programming language that is used by more than 80% of all website developers worldwide. It is one of the most widely used programming languages in the world and can be used to create web applications, desktop applications, and mobile apps. JavaScript is an easy programming language to learn and understand, which means that it is accessible to a wide range of people. It is the most commonly used programming language among engineers in the software development industry and can be used to create a huge variety of different applications.

 

Finding a JavaScript job: Where to start?

Given the wide variety of uses for JavaScript, you can typically find employment in almost any industry. There are JavaScript jobs for every skill level. If you’re just getting your engineering career started, you may want to focus on building your skills and experience before moving on to specific job search activities. Once you’ve been at it for a while and gained some experience, try these activities: Find open positions: There are lots of job boards out there that list open positions in your area of expertise. Some of the most popular ones include Indeed, Monster, and LinkedIn. You can also try your university’s career board or the “Engineers” section on Craigslist. Attend engineering events: Lots of employers will also be recruiting at engineering events and conferences. Try to attend as many events that relate to your field as possible. You’ll be able to meet lots of employers and find out about open positions in person. Connect with recruiters: A lot of employers don’t do their own recruiting, but rather outsource to recruiting agencies. If you’re interested in working for a company, but don’t see any open positions listed, you can try to contact the company’s head recruiter.

 

Meetups to find a JavaScript job

Meetups are a great way to make connections in your industry. They are typically free to attend and are a great place to meet like-minded individuals. JavaScript meetups are particularly common, and you can find one in just about any major city. If there isn’t a JavaScript meetup in your area, you can also consider starting your own. You can try using Meetup.com to find a meetup that is relevant to your field and interests. Find out about upcoming events and speakers: Most meetups will also post upcoming events and guests. This will help you stay on top of the latest news in your industry and provide you with an opportunity to network with others in your field.

 

Conclusion

JavaScript engineers are among the most desired and sought after professionals in the tech industry. There are endless opportunities for JavaScript engineers, and the best way to get your foot in the door is to be proactive about your job search. To find a job as a JavaScript engineer, you’ll want to start by familiarizing yourself with the different types of JavaScript engineers. Once you know what you want to specialize in, you can find the right opportunity. You can find open positions in your area of expertise by searching job boards and attending engineering events. If you don’t see any open positions that fit your interests, you can also try to contact and connect with recruiters. Finally, you can also attend and find out about upcoming events and speakers at a local JavaScript meetup in your area.