Sifted is bringing a distinctive European voice to the global tech debate.
We are in beta, so go easy on us. But if you want to help us improve faster, we’d welcome your feedback.
Sifted is looking for a front end developer to join our fast-growing team of journalists, engineers, designers and data analysts, and help us build a new media platform for Europe’s startup community.
At Sifted, we’re taking a fresh look at Europe’s startup and tech world, and building a diverse readership and community of founders, investors, innovators, thinkers and makers. We want to become the essential, trusted and independent resource for European tech – and our early team members will play a big role in making that happen.
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We’re backed by the Financial Times and based at its London HQ, but we work as a small, nimble, independent team. We value interpersonal skills as much as coding skills, and care deeply about supporting each member of our team’s personal growth and development.
You’ll work with our tech lead Duncan and design lead Gaetan as the third member of our product team.
Your day-to-day work will include:
As this is a new project, you will have significant say in the technologies we use. While we expect to use a modern front-end framework like React, if you preferred to work in ClojureScript or TypeScript, for example, that would be welcome.
Nice to have
The next 12 months
Sifted is a new company with 10 employees. Over the next year we will grow far beyond that, picking up journalists across Europe and expanding our tech team here in London. As this happens, you’ll have the chance to level up your technical abilities as well as — if you like — your leadership skills.
What we’re like to work for
Our hiring process
Once we’ve received your CV, a member of the team will be in touch for a chat on the phone before inviting you for interview if appropriate.
Technologies we use
Application: Applications should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org and include a CV and covering letter, and link to Github if relevant.