At Lobus, we believe in information you can trust. Lobus is the data and analytics company for the art world. Drawing on serious scholarship, artist verified-information and publicly available market data, Lobus provides the trusted, objective platform for contextualized information around artists and their bodies of work. We’ve built an extraordinary team of engineers, product-innovators, and industry experts fully devoted to creating the operating system for today’s global art industry. Come build the future with us at Lobus!

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Open Positions

Front-end Web Developer IONIC/ANGULAR +2

We are looking for a qualified Front-end developer to join our IT team. You will be responsible for building the ‘client-side’ of our web applications. You should be able to translate our company and customer needs into functional and appealing interactive applications.


What You'll Do

  • Collaborate with back-end developers and web designers to improve usability

  • Ensure high quality graphic standards and brand consistency

  • Stay up-to-date on emerging technologies

  • Design mobile-based features

What You Need

  • Experience in developing web applications: JavaScript, HTML5, CSS3, REST, Angular 5

  • Ionic/cordova big advantage

  • Experience with TypeScript

  • At least three years of relevant work experience in the high-tech ecosystem

  • Familiarity with browser testing and debugging

  • Understanding of layout aesthetics

  • An ability to perform well in a fast-paced environment

  • Build reusable components for future use

  • Optimize application for maximum speed

  • Understanding of CSS pre-processing platforms, such as LESS and SASS

  • Proficient understanding of cross-browser compatibility issues and ways to work around them

  • Experience third-party API integrations

  • Git working knowledge

  • Experience with TDD - unit tests, integration tests and e2e tests