We're hiring

Full Stack Javascript Engineer

What you’ll do

As a full stack engineer at SettleMint, you will take up the challenge of bringing a great user experience to our customers. Your quest will encompass the entire journey of our solutions, from the brainstorm over UX and UI design to the implementation in ReactJS, React Native and NodeJS.

  • You understand our existing solutions and be able to review them to improve performance, scalability and security;
  • You develop and maintain applications that consume microservices;
  • You participate in brainstorms and product meetings to bring new blockchain based solutions to life;
  • You construct beautiful and user-friendly web/app interfaces;
  • You work efficient, accurate and pay close attention to detail;
  • You work with our system engineers to enhance and extend our core platform.
What you’ll need
  • You have a strong computer science background (algorithms, data structures…);
  • You have experience in generic Javascript development, including concepts like asynchronous programming, closures, types and ES6;
  • You have experience with ReactJS, Redux, Jest…;
  • You have heard about blockchain and at least went through the first few chapters of O'Reilly's Mastering Bitcoin book;
  • HTML/CSS experience, including concepts like layout, specificity, cross browser compatibility and accessibility;
  • You are knowledgeable on frontend best practices, especially in regards to performance;
  • You think strategically and your focus is user-centric;
  • You are passionate about innovation, think big and are willing to change the world;
  • Our operating language is English, so English should come naturally to you.
What we offer
  • A beautiful working spot in Leuven in the [email protected] offices;
  • A pay stub and benefits competitive in the market;
  • A lot of autonomy and a flexible way of working;
  • A small team where you can make your mark.

So, what's more to say, just come and visit us and we'll discuss it all! Shoot us an email at [email protected] with some sort of CV, and we'll meet soon!

ps. a GitHub profile or a blogpost trumps anything else. Don't be shy!