Frontend Engineer (m/f)

  • Wien, Austria

Frontend Engineer (m/f)

Job description

To deliver the best experience to our users, we’re looking for a Frontend Engineer.

As a Frontend Engineer, you’ll collaborate with our iOS, Android and Backend developers as well as with our Course Engineers. Together, we will build new features and products that will change the lives of millions of Mimo users. 

Our Values

At Mimo, we believe in data-driven decision making and the importance of fun, passion, personal growth, and transparency.

You’ll take care of

  • Bringing the Mimo experience to the web and work on our course builder
  • Developing new features from idea to implementation
  • Collaborating with other developers and teams

Some of the tools we use

  • Angular
  • Elm
  • Webpack
  • Rest/XML
  • redux(ngrx)
  • SASS 


We think that it'll be important for you to

  • Have three or more years working as a developer
  • Have good knowledge about the Web and its technologies (HTML, CSS, JS, ...)
  • Have experience with one ore more of the most common JS libs (like React, Angular, Ember, Backbone, Redux, Flux, …)

You’ll get bonus points for

  • Having experience with functional programming languages
  • Knowing how to write good tests
  • Having knowledge about solid architecture of big javascript applications

We're more than a place to work
We’re not your typical workplace. We’re doing everything we can to make sure you’re enjoying every minute you spend with us.

Some of our perks we offer you

We're an international team

We’re a team of 20 coders, designers, marketeers, teachers, writers, and more hailing from 9 different countries and 3 different continents. Being and staying a diverse team is very important to us. Naturally, we communicate in English and work hard to make it as easy as possible for people from all over the world to come to Vienna. 


You can expect competitive compensation between 42,000€ - 64,000€ (based on your experience) and shares in our company.

Join us in teaching the world how to code.