Role: Frontend Engineer
Location: Poland - fully remote

Type: B2B Full-Time Contract


Who we are
Focal Systems is the industry leader in retail AI solutions. We are a Silicon Valley based startup that has more than doubled in size every year since inception. We are a Deep Learning first company. Our mission is to automate and optimize brick and mortar retail using deep learning computer vision. Focal Systems has been deployed at scale with the top retailers in the world. We are looking for smart, creative and passionate people who want to help build a great and enduring company and deploy Deep Learning to the world! 

We have a strong team of engineers located in Poland. 


About You
You're a well-rounded, frontend engineer (React/Typescript). You are a self-starter and enjoy taking ownership. You can effectively manage tasks, projects, and problem-solve. You're a dynamic engineer who is an effective communicator and enjoys an environment of collaboration. You want to have a big impact and like to push trends in web development in order to create a memorable experience across our brand.


What you will do
You will work with a talented team to continually iterate and improve the experience of our internal and external users. You will be empowered to drive innovation by coming up with new and exciting ideas to creatively solve issues, as well as actively look for opportunities to improve the design and interface of our core web presence.


Responsibilities
• Develop new user-facing features using React and Redux
• Build reusable components and front-end libraries for future use
• Translate designs and wireframes into high-quality code
• Improve developers’ tools and extend development environments 


What you need to be successful
• 4+ years’ experience with JavaScript
• 2+ years’ experience with TypeScript
• 2+ years’ experience with React / Vue / Angular
• 3+ years’ experience working in a team environment 
• Experience with Redux is a plus
• Experience with Docker is a plus


Why Focal Systems
Strong Values and Mission - We are a tightly-knit team with an ambitious mission and a strong set of core values, which define our approach to business and have successfully guided us since in¬ception.


Exceptional Team - We are a team of hard-working, fun-loving professionals from some of the most eminent universities, research labs, and tech companies of our time. We pride ourselves on recruiting exceptional individuals to help us redefine the state-of-the-art.


Outstanding Partners - We work with 10+ of the largest retailers in the world and have a world-class roster of investors, advisors and partners to support & advise us in our endeavors.


What we offer
We care deeply about the health, happiness, and wellbeing of all of our employees. We offer:
• Competitive Salary & Attractive Stock
• Quarterly Team Retreats 
• Education grants

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