Job description

Requirements

  • Entry level
  • No Education
  • Salary to negotiate
  • Düsseldorf

Description

Location options: Paid relocation
Job type: Full-time
Experience level: Mid-Level
Role: Frontend Developer
Industry: Data Science, Software Development, Software Development / Engineering
Company size: 1k-5k people
Company type: Public


Technologies
html, css, javascript, webpack, git


Job description


Are you driven by creating a fantastic user experience? By producing a product that people love to interact with? Do you care deeply about making the web a more accessible place? Does semantic HTML mean something to you? Are you enjoying the cascade, rather than being afraid of it? Then we should definitely talk!


We are currently looking for an experienced UX Engineer with a focus on semantic HTML and CSS rendering performance who will support us in ensuring our Hotel Search remains accessible to everybody who wants to use it. As a UX Engineer, you'll work closely with our Designers and Product Managers to identify the right product to build and you will produce the ideal HTML and CSS for the feature. You can, but don't have to, write any necessary JavaScript as well. We've build our own frontend framework (https://melody.js.org) to enable specialists to work together instead of forcing them to become an expert in all fields of web frontend engineering. Sound interesting? Apply today!


What you'll do:
- Create an amazing experience for millions of users.
- Take part in the entire product development cycle in cross-functional initiative teams.
- Support discovering and defining product improvements through your engagement in ideation.
- Spread your knowledge about semantic, high performance HTML and CSS to our Frontend Engineers.
- Participate in architecture decisions and innovative feature development tasks.
- Work in a cross-functional team with passionate experts from various fields.
- Be an ambassador for consistency, usability and accessibility of our product's interface.
- Stay up to date with current frameworks, tools, techniques and libraries.
- Optimize our code for various browsers and connection speeds.


Our Technology Stack:
- Sass
- CSS Modules
- Twig / Melody as the template engine
- Webpack / Node.js / Yarn for tooling and building our Hotel Search
- Git


What you'll need:
- You seek to constantly learn and improve - we will help by providing external and internal trainings.
- An academic degree in the field of IT or relevant experience with.
- You speak English fluently.
- You are a team player and enjoy working with people.
- You are an advocate for a great user experience.
- You are passionate about details.
- An interest in design systems and interface design.


What you can expect from life at trivago:
- Growth: We help you grow as trivago grows through support for personal and professional development, constant new challenges, regular peer-feedback, mentorship and world-class training.
- Autonomy: Every talent has the ability to make an impact independently by driving topics thanks to our strong entrepreneurial mindset, our horizontal workflow and self-determined working hours.
- International environment: Our agile, international culture and environment with talents from 50+ nations encourages mutual trust and creates a safe space to discuss openly and act freely.
- Collaborative spaces: Our state-of-the-art campus in Düsseldorf offers interactive spaces where we can easily collaborate, exchange ideas, take a break and workout together.
- Relocation: We offer our international talents support with relocation costs, work permit and visa questions, free language classes, flat search and insurance.


Additional information:
- trivago N.V. is proud to foster a workplace free from discrimination. We strongly believe that diversity of experience, perspectives, and background will lead to a better environment for our employees and a better product for our users.
- To find out more about life at trivago follow us on social media @lifeattrivago.
- To learn more about tech at trivago, check out our blog: https://tech.trivago.com

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