Drivetrain is looking for a Frontend Engineer to join our team. This role requires you to be a tech-savvy contributor in translating the customer needs and user expectations into interactive web apps. You’ll be an exceptional problem solver, have strong attention to detail, and take responsible actions in ensuring the application is optimized both in technology and in delivering best user experience. Being a passionate team player is a non-negotiable to succeed in this role.
Remote-friendly company: Drivetrain aims at bringing together the best and the brightest minds, no matter where they are. We value the need for work and personal life balance. Whether you need to clock out early to pick up kids and attend appointments or need the morning to finish the run that refreshes you, we are mindful of it. The company HQ will be in Bangalore and hence we’ll keep some core hours in IST overlapping across the team.
Autonomy: We’re here to guide you, but you define your own trajectory. We encourage you to explore the opportunities within Drivetrain that give you the most energy and we’ll build a framework with you to help you succeed in it.
Customer-Centric: We talk to customers to decide what to build to derive the utmost value. We are all working towards the same thing: building products that make our customer’s life easeful. You’ll experience an impact in any role you take up at Drivetrain.
Transparency by default: Drivetrain thrives on being open and transparent in all areas of work, especially among the employees. This enables everyone to make the best decisions.
What you’ll be doing
Work closely with design, product and engineering teams to create elegant, accessible, responsive and interactive interfaces.
Handcraft UI/UX designs into prototypes, create awesome interactions, write reusable components and address performance issues of the product.
An ability to perform well in a fast-paced environment and bring in optimal flow for rapidly changing design/ technology.
What you’ll need
ReactJS and Data structure skills are important.
Java and AWS experiences are a plus although not mandatory.