AngularJS Javascript Developer (Full-time)

at Sync in Toronto

You’re a builder – and never stop building. You live and breathe Javascript. Single page web apps powered by HTML5, AngularJS and RESTful APIs are your specialty. You’re 2015 full-stack – and never look back.


You want your work to be seen by millions.


Sync.com is a next-generation cloud sync and sharing platform that gives users secure access to their data from anywhere. Having launched as a beta in 2013, Sync is now in use by over 100,000 individuals and businesses worldwide.


And we’re just getting started! We’re in the process of scaling our platform to accommodate hundreds of millions.


Sync is looking for an intermediate to expert level Javascript developer to help us disrupt the cloud. Disruptive because zero-knowledge encryption is baked into our core. If you’ve been following Edward Snowden, you need to follow Sync.


This position is all Javascript, all the time. A typical project involves building re-usable AngularJS directives and factories that provide cutting edge front-end user experiences for our web control panel. You’ll be pushing the limits of web technology one browser at a time.


Skills & Requirements


  • Show us something awesome – projects you’ve worked on
  • Demonstrate your ability to learn quickly, and willingness to try new things
  • Prove that you’re serious about documentation and testing
  • Excellent communication skills are a must!
  • You’ve got expert knowledge of Javascript, Javascript patterns, and the DOM
  • You have god-mode experience with AngularJS, Node, and the latest front-end tools and frameworks
  • You’ve worked with HTML5 WebCrypto, File API, WebWorkers, and LocalStorage
  • You’ve dabbled with the Ionic framework, and Cordova
  • You have some old-school knowledge of PHP
  • And an appreciation for SQL
  • You’re passionate about what you do

Please send your resume to careers@sync.com.


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Published at 25 Feb 2016
Expires on 16 May 2016
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