Active Frequency is a custom software development shop. We've been in business for 12 years, and the company is profitable. We're currently three full-time developers, looking to add an additional developer and our first in-house full time designer to the crew.
We work with a diverse roster of interesting clients, across different industries. Some projects last weeks, some years. We help our clients deliver great experiences, start or grow their businesses, and generally kick ass.
Technology-wise, we use Python (Django specifically) on the backend, and Vue.js on the frontend, along with the usual assortment of modern deployment scenarios (typically Heroku or AWS). However, we recognize that we live in an ever-changing world and we're not dead-set on particular buzzwords.
You'll be responsible for UX, UI and some frontend execution for our client projects. In short, you'll be the primary design owner for our projects.
You'll be responsible for architecting, building, and supporting web projects for our awesome clients, which include startups, institutions, and small businesses looking to improve the world with software. You won't be entirely on your own, and will have support when you need it, but will have substantial project ownership.
Django or Python experience is preferred, but not required. As long as you understand the Web, you'll fit in. If you have recent mobile experience, or some design chops, all the better.
We are remote-friendly (though US-only), and a standard W2 position with competitive compensation and benefits such as health and disability insurance, paid time off, retirement plan with company matching. No travel is required, though (theoretically, post-pandemic) we'll do occasional team get-togethers/retreats as conditions permit.
Good diversity of interesting projects across different industries - healthcare, education, entertainment, payroll, safety & compliance. You'll have the opportunity to learn about a lot of different parts of the world.
Great clients, many with long-term relationships.
Substantial input into project selection. One of the benefits of being small is that we can be picky about what we take on and can aggressively go after projects in a particular area of interest.
A small group of delightful colleagues, with no office politics.
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