As a Front-end developer at Mirabeau, you are part of the design team. We work on the front of frontend. Along with Visual and Interaction Designers you will create awesome and human centred products.
Together with all ±10 Front-enders, you will join our community session every two weeks. Here we share experiences, (play some foosball when the offices are open again), and inspire each other. We also talk about your projects and learning goals to help with your growth. If you want to share even more of your knowledge, you can become a mentor for fellow front-enders.
Next to great colleagues, we offer you great clients with interesting and challenging projects. Brands like Ahrend, Transavia, and Brunel. But we’re also helping startups every now and then, whilst working with cutting edge technologies. A front-end developer at Mirabeau can work on conversational interfaces, progressive web apps, and static websites.
This is what you bring
You’re a seasoned React developer who also has strong skills in proper HTML, CSS, and vanilla JS (ES6). We expect you to deliver the highest standard of code possible while also making sure to work efficiently during a sprint.
Having an eye for design is a must, because we expect you to be collaborative with designers. Sometimes you’ll suggest changes in the design to make the interface more user-friendly. Also there’s a chance to experiment with transitions and animations.
Proactive collaboration should not only happen with the designers, you’ll work closely together with other roles as well. Since you’ll be part of a client team you shouldn’t be shy to talk with product owners and stakeholders.
- the ability to write high-performance, reusable code
- you see the importance of behavioural skills, maybe you’re even a natural leader
- you have affinity with accessibility
- you can handle Git
- proper knowledge in ES6 and React
- experience in Next.js and CI/CD is a plus
- you know how to handle unit tests
- you are fluent in English, Dutch would be a plus
- skills in transitions and animation would be great