I mean, sure, some architects like designing port-a-potties. But most want to build a skyscraper. So…here’s your skyscraper.
Lead the project of transitioning an enormously scaled, high-traffic website to its new programming language. We’re not talking about tweaking the back-end of some faceless mid-range corporation. We’re talking transforming the online experience of millions of annual visitors to this firm’s online home.
This is a project that will improve your CV’s marketability. Working for a large and highly regarded company on a large and highly visible project tends to do that.
And you’ll do it in a beautiful bespoke workplace. Befitting the firm’s position as a leader in the real estate space, the office is a newly remodeled three-story building with a ‘house’ aesthetic. Think: floors themed around different rooms of a home. What’s more, there’s an on-site gym, and coffee bar with barista. If you’re the type to buckle down with headphones, rest assured the workspace comes with many quiet corners in which to withdraw and crush your to-do list.
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