Classplus

Lead Engineer Frontend


About the role

We are now India’s largest B2B ed-tech start-up enabling 15k+ educators to create their digital identity with their own branded app. We have grown more than 10X in the last year, making us India’s fastest-growing video learning platform. 6 out of 10 coaching institutes are unable to expand themselves. So we at Classplus decided to empower these coaching institutes, making them digitally enabled to compete with e-learning giants and be a part of the evolving world of e-learning.

We’re currently valued at $250 Million, with marquee investors like Tiger Global, Surge, GSV Ventures, Blume, Falcon, Capital, and RTP Global supporting our vision. We owe everything to our people, we recently announced our first buyback worth $1M, and now as we go global, we are super excited to have new folks on board who can take the rocketship higher.

What will you do?

Guide the team in the implementation of visual elements from computer users’ vantage points within a web application and translation of UI/UX design wireframes to actual code

Design and implement low-latency, highly available and performing applications that scale for millions of users, and assure that all user input is validated before submitting to the back-end

Develop application code and unit test in the Javascript technologies for the application development center

Work with Test-Driven development, help define architectures and design patterns, and actively participate in PR reviews on GitHub

You should apply, if you

Have knowledge of advanced JavaScript libraries and frameworks, such as ReactJS, NextJS, VueJS, and experience with rendering techniques and writing high performing code

Have a good understanding of SEO principles and ensuring that application will adhere to them, and server-side CSS pre-processing platforms, such as LESS and SASS

Have a good understanding and exposure to server-side rendering, and asynchronous request handling, partial page updates, and AJAX

Have a proficient understanding of code versioning tools, such as {{Git / Mercurial / SVN}}, and cross-browser compatibility issues and ways to work around them