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HTML/CSS Coder

A few words about the job position

In the HTML/CSS coder role, you will be closely working with our UX/UI designer and the developer’s team to bring the best possible web&mobile apps to life.

At Webscope, we choose our projects carefully, and it’s our priority that the team members enjoy the work they do. 

We work on-demand for various clients, mostly across Europe, whether it is a well-established enterprise or a fresh start-up(e.g. Norway, Switzerland, Finland, Germany, USA).

At the same time, we also focus on our projects and ideas, where we can learn new things and expand our knowledge (see our internally developed tool scrumie.com ).

As HTML/CSS Coder you will

  • Work on real projects for our clients
  • Use technologies from tech stacks we use to develop various parts of the software
  • Learn new skills all the time
  • Communicate with the project manager about the work progress
  • Communicate & have regular calls with the clients (if needed)

You should have

  • Knowledge and experience with semantic HTML and progressive enhancement principles
  • Knowledge of accessibility (a11y) and how to make websites accessible (at least basics), and why it’s important
  • Knowledge and experience with modern CSS with fallbacks for older browsers. 
  • Good understanding of advanced CSS concepts (stacking context, selector specificity, margin collapsing etc.)
  • A proven record of your work - you’ve already built some websites/web apps (can be a test project as well, it doesn’t have to be a commercial site)
  • Knowledge of how to effectively work with different graphical assets, e.g. images, fonts and icons for optimal web page performance.
  • JavaScript knowledge (at least browser DOM APIs to be able to make a page interactive)
  • Basic principles of performance optimization techniques (for faster page loads, performant animations etc.)

Skills nice to have

  • Experience with SVG
  • Some design knowledge (colour theory, typography etc.) to be able to communicate with designers and customers about UI effectively and it’s possible improvements
  • Knowledge of SEO optimization techniques, structured data
  • Different CSS preprocessors and tooling (CSS-in-JS, PostCSS, Sass, Less)
  • React or different JS UI framework
  • Git
  • Interest in modern front-end development, new CSS features and improvements in the industry

What we offer

  • Start-up environment 
  • Friendly open-minded company culture
  • Possibility to have an impact on product development 
  • Flexible working hours 
  • Home-office
  • Conferences and workshops to deepen and broaden your knowledge
  • Offices in the city centre with access to sauna and squash 
  • Full time, Part-time, Contract (OSVČ) possible
Level

Junior, Senior

Contract

Part-time, Full-time

Location

Brno, Czechia

Or send us an e-mail at
hello@webscope.io

Level

Junior, Senior

Contract

Part-time, Full-time

Location

Brno, Czechia

Or send us an e-mail at
hello@webscope.io

Apply for HTML/CSS Coder

What does the application flow look like?

  1. First F2F chat with one of our tech leads

    Marek will contact you and invite you for a first-round chat with a tech lead after reading and accessing your job application.

  2. Technical home assignment

    If there is a fit between you and Webscope, we will give you technical homework. You will have a couple of days to beat it.

  3. Feedback and second F2F chat with one of our tech leads

    If you manage to beat the home assignment we will invite you to a second chat. In this round, we will give you feedback to your assignment and check your coding skills real-time.

  4. Let’s talk about your starting day at Webscope

    We are almost at the end of the application process. If both sides feel the fit, we will offer you a job position at Webscope.

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