Shopify Developer (Remote, Europe)

Barcelona, Catalunya, Spain | Engineering | Contract | Fully remote

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(Barcelona area candidates preferred or remote in GMT, GMT+1, GMT+2 time zones. We are not offering working visa sponsorship at this time.)

Crowdlinker is an end-to-end digital product studio based in Toronto and Barcelona with a relentless focus on our customers. We connect people through technology by being the strongest link between companies, their ideas, and their clients. We do so by excelling at digital strategy, creative design, full-stack development of websites & web/mobile apps, and digital marketing (SEO, SEM, PPC, Marketing Automation). Our clients include large startups like Freshbooks, TopHat, League, and Second Closet, as well as enterprises like Unilever, Nestlé and NBC Universal. We create cutting-edge applications using the latest technologies and design them with an exceptional user-experience.

As a Shopify developer, you will implement high-end eCommerce with rich UI. You will bring a fundamental understanding of Shopify CMS to your work and will refine and improve our approach to building custom solutions for high profile eCommerce storefronts. You will collaborate with product managers and designers to ensure that the goals are being met and that the delivery is of the highest standard. Every team member at Crowdlinker is equally responsible for the success of the project as a whole and so you will bring a strong level of organization, communication and accountability to the work that you do. 

This position will serve as an excellent opportunity for candidates interested in the opportunity to work with and learn from Full-stack developers and gain exposure to other areas of development. We advocate internal promotion and eagerly seek individuals who have goals of improving their skill sets.

We are growing quickly, which means there are always new and exciting challenges at Crowdlinker. We are looking for someone who is comfortable taking risks and solving burning problems. We embrace change, see challenges as opportunities and focus on solutions. We hope you can join us to push the boundaries of what’s possible.

Please only apply if you meet the requirements! You will need to be able to hit the ground running, so make sure you understand the preferences we are looking for.

Requirements

Must Have

  • 2+ years of proven experience working with Shopify as a platform, integrating Shopify REST API and implementing Shopify custom/private apps
  • 2+ years of professional web development experience
  • Proficient with Liquid templating language and implementing custom Shopify themes from scratch
  • A sophisticated understanding of HTML semantics and ARIA roles, and knowing their correct application
  • Proficient in writing maintainable CSS / SCSS with a strong understanding of Flexbox & experience working with responsive web design CSS frameworks, such as Bootstrap / Zurb Foundation
  • Deep knowledge of Vanilla JavaScript, ES6, jQuery and other popular libraries
  • Familiar with build tools such as WebPack and Gulp
  • Experience building Shopify apps using ReactJS, NodeJS and MySQL
  • Strong understanding of project management tools in the Atlassian Suite (Jira, Bitbucket, Confluence etc.)
  • Solid understanding of agile development practices including sprints, epics, user stories and development tasks. 
  • Experience with version control, ideally Git
  • Excellent troubleshooting and debugging skills
  • Have excellent communication, collaboration skills and comfortable communicating via email, Slack or on video calls as you will be working closely with designers, product managers and occasionally clients
  • Have a very good command of written and spoken English.
  • EU-friendly time zone

Nice to Have

  • Experience with implementing storefronts using Shopify Plus
  • An impressive portfolio / GitHub handle to demonstrate
  • Knowledge of open-source Shopify Themekit boilerplate
  • Familiar working with tools like Figma and Zeplin
  • Familiarity with cloud providers AWS, Google Cloud Platform and Digital Ocean
  • Familiarity with third-party integrations like SendGrid. Algolia, Stripe for payments, etc
  • Experience with Docker
  • Strong command and understanding of another European language.

Responsibilities

  • Convert designs into pixel-perfect responsive web pages
  • Lead the development and environment setup for projects while also actively engaged in programming
  • Participate in technical design and sprint planning discussions
  • Work closely with our designers on implementing designs into code
  • Measure and optimize overall web page performances
  • Work closely with our product managers to ensure projects are delivered in a timely fashion
  • Provide timely and accurate estimates for project deliverables
  • Hands-on troubleshooting, debugging and fixing of issues during development and post-release for customer support
  • Write and maintain detailed technical documentation

What’s in it for you?

  • Gain experience working with a team of experienced developers.
  • Learn faster by working on a variety of client projects throughout the year.
  • A ground-level opportunity to join a growing company early and accelerate your career.
  • Code with us the sensible way, using continuous integration, automated testing and deployment, proper testing/staging servers and all other DevOps practices that make developers’ lives easier overall. 
  • A strong culture of excellence, mutual mentorship, and transparency.
  • The chance to work in fully operational, cross-functional product teams, giving you the opportunity to enhance your understanding of design, digital marketing and product management. 

Perks

  • Competitive compensation.
  • Potential for stock in the company.
  • Flexible hours with an option to work from home permanently.
  • Optional computer hardware.

Duration of the role

This is a full-time or part-time contractor (not salaried) position.

How to apply

In your application, please include:

  • A link to your GitHub profile if you have one.
  • A link to your LinkedIn profile if you have one.
  • A link to your portfolio of work if you have one.

You may include a traditional cover letter as well, although it is not required.