We like creating clever things: apps, websites and other complex, digital solutions for customers such as Deutsche Telekom, Wizz Air and OTP, among many others. We are super proud of the things we pull together and have fun while doing it. The only thing we like more than clever things and fun is if you’re a great frontend developer. Because we’re looking for you!
Building and coding web applications, single-page apps and websites on the frontend.
Discuss technical solutions with other developers. Sometimes while playing FIFA.
You will actively participate in your peers’ code reviews. Don’t worry, if you do it well, they’re going to love you for it.
Writing tests. (Tests? I know you know what I'm talking about.)
Take part in the development of our ever-evolving frontend stack.
An expertise in REST APIs
A love of change: since we work for clients, briefs change, requirements change, everything changes. Therefore you’ll need to follow up on requests really fast. But hey, it’s still better than being bored!
A sharp eye: we receive pixel perfect graphic designs from our internal UI team and they will reward you with a lot of love (sometimes beers), if you build them perfectly
If you already know Gulp, Webpack or Docker that’s great. If not, you will become friends quickly.
We have only one rule: take your work seriously, everything else should be easy and fun. Ok, that’s basically two rules. Here are some benefits you get by working with us:
We got you covered if you need medical treatment - our package even includes emergency services. Hope you won't need to test them though.
Mito Hackathons, Mito Academy, Mito Brainy, Mito Showcase. There's a lot of events to keep our knowledge fresh - we know, we should invest more time in naming them.
If an apple a day keeps the doctor away, we wouldn't need the health coverage. Anyway, every now and then, there's some fresh fruit and snacks up for grabs.
Or 10 to 6. Or whatever. You can manage your time quite flexibly, if you do everything the others need, on time.
Commercials, too, but we put a lot of effort into software development as well. We have some pretty big companies trusting us with serious projects where we use our coding skills, such as:
The dev team at Mito consists of 70 people and counting. Back or front-end, native Android or iOS, testers or tech PMs: we have them all. Being nice and a superb professional are basic traits in our teams. We support each other no matter what and we will have your back as well, whenever you need it.
There are 5 smaller teams within our division with 12ish people in each. You will be part of one of those and your wingmen will be seasoned Tech Leads and tech PM’s.
Our work is broken down based on what resources each task requires, for example concepts will be developed by our creative, UX/UI and GFX teams, however, turning that concept into something useful will be your job (this is why we have those amazing PMs and tech leads!).
We handle tasks in Jira, keep our documentations in Confluence, and use Docker as an environment. Our front-end developers use our Node.js, Gulp and SASS based toolchains. When we deploy for staging and prod, we use Shipit no matter if it runs local or in our GitLab CI runner stack. We try to use and experiment with tools that are not only top notch but also provide our team members with knowledge that could be used anywhere in the world.
Send in your application! Whether its a CV, a repo from your Github account or something you are proud of, it doesn’t matter. We will send you a short questionnaire to fill out (it consists of a few general and tech-related questions) once we receive your application. Based on your answers we will set up a time and date to meet you.
Most of our engineers take regular trips to the coffee machine, therefore you’ll find your coffee-buddy soon enough.
Since its a full time job, it is nice to see you from time to time but we won’t be tapping our toes at 9.01AM wondering where you were. We would like you to do your best and help you develop quality code but we also know that you have a life outside Mito (what??). If you need to stay at home because your child is sick or the plumbers are coming, you are more than encouraged to take advantage of the perks of working from home or leave early, whichever works best for you.
That’s all cool. We’re not building nuclear reactors (although…). As long as you have solid basics and are enthusiastic we will give you all the support you might need to catch up and familiarize yourself with all the tools and technologies we use. We are looking for people who want to learn and grow, after all, Mito is still growing as well. We are not pushing people down the ladder: we push them up and forward and this is something we intend to keep this way. If you are happy and successful, we cannot be more proud.
First, you will receive a link to a simple questionnaire that fits your background and qualifications: you will encounter more as well as less tech-y questions which will help us create a general impression of you. Don’t worry: there are no right or wrong answers.
If everything is cool with your questionnaire, you’ll meet with Edina, our recruiter, who will introduce you to Mito and all the good stuff you will be part of if you decide to join us. She will be with you throughout the entire process and will assist you with anything you might need.
Naturally, you will have the opportunity to meet with the tech and team leads of the project as well. Don’t be shy while introducing yourself: they are extremely interested in who you are and where you come from. Also, you will get to ask anything starting from where our dogs nap to what specific tasks we work on for our clients.
During your last meeting you will sit down with our head of developers, for a quick chat and chemistry check. If you have any questions left, this is the time to ask away! Since we don’t like to drag things out, it is likely that he will give you an offer right then and there but don’t feel pressured! Take all the time you need to make a decision: we are here to support you with anything you might want to ask.