ShopStyle Collective's Engineering Group is looking for an experienced Frontend Software Engineer to join a growing team of talented and motivated frontend and backend engineers in our Beloit, WI office.

We are building a platform for fashion and lifestyle influencers powered by ShopStyle, the world's leading fashion search engine. We have web crawlers, data feeds, natural language processing, search & ranking algorithms and analytics driven by big data. To achieve this, our stack is Java/MySQL/Elasticsearch on the back-end, AngularJS/Angular on the front-end, and native iOS and Android for mobile.

As a Frontend Engineer, you will be part of a small product development team focused on improving the experience of our customers, developing new features and exploring new technologies that improve our products and processes.

You will be working with tools like AngularJS, Angular 2+, TypeScript, Webpack, VueJS, Java and SQL. ShopStyle is on the cutting edge of web technologies, giving you the opportunity to research and integrate new tools while building innovative products.

If you are passionate about creating amazing applications and looking for growth opportunities, then ShopStyle is the place for you. We are headquartered in San Francisco, and have engineers based in our San Mateo, Beloit and London offices.

Responsibilities:

● Design and implement features that excite our users and improve our business

● Contribute to weekly product releases, code reviews, with a small and dynamic engineering team

● Learn about new technologies and share your findings with the team

Requirements:

●  2+ years experience building web applications with JavaScript or a JavaScript framework (Angular, React, Ember, Backbone, etc)

●  Excellent written and verbal communication skills

●  Passionate, adaptable and self-driven

●  Create simple and clean solutions to complex problems

Nice to haves:

●  Experience with mobile friendly websites or web app

●  Experience with performance optimization

●  Full stack experience with Java or C#

●  Familiar with Amazon Web Services like CloudFront, Elasticbeanstalk and EC2

 

See what it's like working at our Crimson House West campus in San Mateo, CA!

 

 

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Employment eligibility to work with Rakuten and it's brands in the U.S. is required as the company will not pursue visa sponsorship for these positions.

Rakuten may choose to consider applicants that require some form of company sponsorship to work in the United States at its sole discretion, based on business needs. 

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