Angular 2 Developer - Small Team - South America or Europe

Full Time | Remote
Posted Nov 2, 2016
I'm hiring an experienced Angular developer who will have a big impact in my tiny company. My company embraces 100% remote work and flexible hours. This is a full-time position.

I'd like to hire you if you:
  • Love JavaScript (ES6+)
  • Have 2+ years' experience with Angular 1 and have at least toyed with Angular 2
  • Are self-motivated and can solve problems independently
  • Have excellent written and verbal English skills
  • Live in North America (except USA), South America, Europe, or Africa
  • Want to work from home in a long-term, full-time position
  • And we get along; to see the team you'll be joining, visit our about us page

My company is called Custody X Change. I've been working on the business since 2004. We sell software that creates child custody schedules and parenting plans. We're working on a web/mobile application that will make it easy for families to communicate about custody scheduling, children's activities, and shared expenses. This will reduce a lot of conflict. And it will save people a ton of money in legal fees.

We're hoping to launch this product about one year from now. To make that happen, we'll need your help building our angular 2 code, deciding on patterns, building components, writing automated test scripts, and tackling a lot of challenges. As this is a small, distributed team, it will be important for you to be able to work independently and find solutions to the challenges.

The fun doesn't stop once we launch though. We're going to build hybrid apps, expand our features and products, and use customer feedback / usability studies to turn our offerings into amazing customer experiences.

Our stack is currently built with Angular 2 on the frontend, Node.js on the backend and Amazon DynamoDB for the database. We're running everything on Amazon Web Services. We're writing all of the code in JavaScript (ES6+) and TypeScript.

If you want to build a genuinely helpful product that lots of people will use, build it on Angular 2 and other new technologies, and join a small, distributed team, then we should talk.

To apply, email me at, and:
  • Include your resume in PDF format
  • Somehow use the word "apricot" in the subject of your email
  • Answer the following 4 questions in your email, in this order:
  1. Where do you live?
  2. Tell me about a large Angular 1 project you've worked on: what was your role, team size, project length, technologies used, testing methodology, etc.?
  3. Have much have you used Angular 2, and what do you think about it?
  4. What salary would you be happy making, for this long-term, full-time, remote position?

Note: agencies need not apply; I'm looking for an employee to join our team.


P.S. I want you to be happy working for me. I'll pay you a good salary and you can work normal hours. I care about results, not bureaucracy.

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