good just got exciting! Using technology to create the world’s No.1 healthier snack brand, graze continues to grow and offer new ways for our consumers to snack, from subscription, to retail and our online shop. We combine a love of food with a pioneering use of technology and product innovation to create delicious snacks with healthy benefits. We’ve come a long way since we shipped our first nibble box becoming one of the fastest growing companies in the UK with our entry into the US market viewed the most successful launch in history for a UK brand.
The role...Front End Developer...
You’ll be working closely with a team of full stack developers and our digital product team, who all care about designing delightful customer experiences. This role is about being active in design debates, and translating those designs into elegant and performant frontend code that engages our customers.
We currently work on three web applications, so we believe in building lightweight and reusable frontend components that make development more enjoyable and provide a clear, consistent experience for our users.
This role would suit a frontend developer who’s looking for the opportunity to gain more experience and would relish the challenge of working with the frontend for multiple customer experiences.
What we are looking for in you…
What we will expect in first 6 months…
We currently have 3 digital products, a bespoke subscription platform built with PHP / Twig / Pistachio, an e-commerce website built with Magento 2 also using Pistachio, and a static blog generated using Ruby and backed by Contentful, also using Pistachio. Your work will span all 3 of these products and Pistachio.
We also use git, Docker, AWS, Buildkite/Travis for CI, LESS, NPM, CommonJS, Require, Vue and Knockout for our frontend development.
What’s in it for you?...
Read some of our frontend blog posts…
Pistachio: our new frontend framework
Pistachio: from style guide to front end framework
You’ve got to have standards
Using a flexbox grid to solve common website layout issues