Senior UI / UX Web Developer

TileDB


2 months ago

05/09/2019 10:25:18

Job type: Full-time

Hiring from: USA

Category: Design


DESCRIPTION

We are looking for frontend web developers to take ownership of the front end and help launch a scalable service to make data storage, management, and computations easier for practicing data scientists. A few features on the roadmap include designing a web admin console for advanced data management, monitoring resources in real time, integration with JupyterLab and handling user profiles and billing.

Key Responsibilities


Design and develop a user interface with Vue.js and Golang

Write unit tests for a Vue.js based platform

Maintain OpenAPI specification

Integration with JupyterLab


Our headquarters are located in Cambridge, MA. The candidates must be US citizens or permanent residents located in the US.


REQUIREMENTS

In-depth experience with Vue.js

Experience with OpenAPI (Swagger) specifications

Experience in building, managing and maintaining production systems / services

Nice to Have

Experience using Kubernetes for production service deployments

Experience with payment systems

Golang experience

BENEFITS

TileDB, Inc. offers very competitive compensation and benefits, which include:


Health Care Plan (Medical)

Stock Option Plan

Paid Time Off (Vacation, Sick & Public Holidays)

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