|Work Location||Remote, United States|
|Experience Required||3 years|
|Employment Type||Full Time|
|Vacancies Available||1 available|
Science is broken, and we want to fix it.
Colabra is a remote-first startup transforming collaboration in the hard sciences.
We're looking for a full-stack Vue.js/Hasura developer to work on the Colabra web app (https://www.colabra.app), including new features, maintenance, tests, and performance optimizations.
This is a full-time, long-term position. You can work from anywhere in the world, on your own schedule, and you’ll get to enjoy the autonomy of remote work and the benefits of small company culture while making significant contributions to the rate of progress in science.
Although this position is primarily coding, you will have a voice in product design decisions, proposing new features, and helping us improve the lives of researchers working on cutting-edge scientific projects.
We move quickly, and your role and responsibility will expand with the company. What you do today will not be the same thing that you do tomorrow. If you care about science, if you’re ambitious and don’t want to be a cog in the wheel, or if you’ve ever wanted to be a part of a team trying to change the world, we’re the perfect fit for you.
* Extensive experience with Vue.js
* Extensive experience with GraphQL
* Experience with Hasura and the 3factor architecture
* Experience with Ionic Capacitor
* Experience with GCP serverless functions
* Previous remote startup experience a big plus
* Ionic Capacitor + Appflow
* PostgreSQL + Hasura
* GCP Storage and Cloud Functions
* Auth0, Cloudinary
YOU'LL BE A GOOD FIT FOR THIS ROLE IF YOU:
* Have proven remote startup experience
* Enjoy working independently, as part of a remote team
* Know when to incur technical debt and when to pay it off
* Thrive in a small team with open communication
* Love learning new tech
HOW TO APPLY
In your application, please include:
* Short cover letter detailing your experience with our stack, and your interest in the project
* Links to projects you’ve worked on and your role in each
* Samples of your code on Github