Front-End Developer (next.js) vacancy at Practice
Practice provides a full-suite website and mobile app for coaches that helps them do more, faster. Instead of managing payments, scheduling, notes, and other tasks through separate services, Practice rolls them all into one, making sure coaches get the best tools to do their work, and focus on their clients.
Why does our team do this?
We believe that coaches support people to do their best work, and help their clients with achieving breakthroughs and beating plateaus. So by building what we build, we get to help people whose careers are focused on helping others. In other words, Practice aims to make software that is creates a very high leverage way to do good in the world.
General overview of the role
We're adding a Front-end Developer to our team. We are a small, very experienced product group. We're looking for someone who has impressive technical ease and facility, an ultra-practical product mindset, and an evidenced appreciation for design.
Assess, create a plan, and evolve the architecture of our web platform (next.js, vercel, firebase)
Execute like a boss. We pride ourselves on shipping real user value weekly.
Report on all the web metrics around the most important client and coach workflows
Report on emerging web platforms and standards and draft a platform strategy document
Architect and build our front end testing world
Conduct usability tests with dozens of our customers
Deliver the first-class messaging platform we've developed on iOS to the web
We work remotely. You can be located anywhere.
You will have a lot of leash. Great collaborators can largely set their own hours and get things done their own way. We want you to own this platform. We trust that you will do your job.
As an early employee with a team of repeat founders, you will have a front-row seat to watch how it can be done. Our team is outstanding. We are all going to level ourselves up multiple times.
Design is important to us. You'll be working closely with a designer. We hope you have an opinion.
We have a very international team, and would like to make it more diverse.
We are intensely product-focused, and you should be too. We're not here to build software for the sake of software. We're here to build a tool and a system that will improve the lives of millions of people.