This job is closed
We regret to inform you that the job you were interested in has now been closed. Although this specific position is no longer available, we encourage you to continue exploring other opportunities on our job board.
About the position
Parcl is a synthetic real estate platform that allows users to invest in the price movements of the residential real estate market in various cities and neighborhoods worldwide. The company is seeking a React developer with over five years of experience to contribute to their component library and design system, write clean components and flows using React, Tailwind, and TypeScript, write engineering design documents for new features, perform internal code reviews, and write minimal yet complete integration tests using Cypress. The ideal candidate should have a deep understanding of advanced CSS topics, technical SEO fundamentals, and design systems, as well as experience writing component libraries and performance optimizations like Tree Shaking and Code Splitting. The role offers a salary range of $130-$200K.
- Contribute to our component library and design system.
- Write clean components and flows using React, Tailwind and TypeScript.
- Write minimal yet complete integration tests using Cypress.
- Write engineering design documents for new features.
- Perform internal code reviews.
- 5+ years of experience writing React in production.
- 5+ years of experience writing CSS in production.
- 2+ years of experience writing TypeScript in production.
- Precise and clear written/verbal communication.
- Deep understanding of advanced CSS topics (stacking context, animations, font loading, etc).
- Deep understanding of technical SEO fundamentals.
- Deep understanding of design systems.
- Experience writing component libraries.
- Experience with performance optimizations like Tree Shaking and Code Splitting.
- Experience setting up and maintaining your own code quality pipelines (eslint, husky, git hooks).
- Able to work autonomously.
Dev & Engineering
This is some text inside of a div block.