Oferta pracy

Internship – Front-End Developer in Cloud Platform Team

Samsung R&D Institute Poland

Samsung R&D Institute Poland

plac Europejski 1

Warszawa

Technologies we use

Expected

  • JavaScript

  • HTML5

  • CSS3

Operating system

About the project

On a daily basis we build and maintain Samsung Private Cloud, container based platform for internal company needs.

We act in various areas like development of backend and frontend solutions, deployment and maintenance of cloud applications, UX analysis and design.

Technologies in use

• Github, Jenkins, Docker, Sonarqube

• Jira, Confluence

• Various programming languages

Your responsibilities

  • Creating responsive front-end for web applications

Our requirements

  • Experience with Vue.js, JavaScript (ES6), HTML5, CSS3

  • Testing designed solutions & report results

  • Good analytical skills

  • Work in Linux development environment

  • Ability to read, understand and write technical documentation in English

  • Availability min. 24h/week

Optional

  • Samples of written code on GitHub

  • Documented participation in Open Source

  • Experience with any of the following: Angular.js, ReactJS, Web Components, Webpack, TypeScript, Jira, Code reviews

  • Familiarity with Agile/Scrum work methodology

  • Understanding of cloud services principles

What we offer

  • Competitive salary

  • Flexible working hours

  • Possibility of long lasting cooperation

  • Possibility to learn from world-class experts in a friendly atmosphere

  • Opportunity to work in multiple projects

  • Multidisciplinary team

  • Monthly integration budget

Equipment:

  • PC workstation/Laptop + 2 external monitors

  • OS: Linux, Windows

Benefits:

  • Variety of discounts (Samsung products, theaters, restaurants)

  • Free access to Copernicus Science Center for you and your friends

  • Chillout rooms

  • Variety of tea, coffee and fresh fruits/vegetables

Location:

  • Office in Warsaw Spire near metro station

  • Working remotely during Covid-19 pandemic