We are looking for an experienced front‐end web developer to join our team in Oslo. You will be working closely with product developers, data scientists, engineers and designers to deliver a high‐end product for the finance industry.
This is a uniquely interesting front‐end role, because of the AI aspect of the Exabel product. Designing for artificial intelligence creates a different set of requirements than what is common in traditional user interfaces. We are looking for somebody to take the role as our authority on front‐end technologies; this role will have significant impact on how the Exabel product evolves.
We are a young company, and we are conscious of establishing a stimulating culture in the team. We do well when you do well. To get a glimpse of what life at Exabel might be like, check out our guide for new employees.Guide for new employees →
We are a senior team of mathematicians, software engineers, designers and entrepreneurs. The team has experience from Google, Medallia, Intelligent Trading, Citadel – to mention a few. We are not strangers to the challenges of building high-quality software.
We are building tomorrow’s technology, and we encourage the team to visit and/or speak at conferences within their domain.
We are happy for team members travel to relevant conferences, and we will also reimburse you for the expenses.
In addition to a competitive pay, we offer stock incentives.
With the massive potential in the software that we are building, there is also a significant financial upside.
All team members will get a chance to take part in that upside.
We sit in a comfortable 500 sqm office space in downtown Oslo, within walking distance of everything you need, including the main transport hubs.
We offer a warm and healthy lunch every day – for free.
There’s also several really nice cafés in the neighborhood, where you can get your coffee fix, have some pastry, or do some reading.
We aim to keep the process smooth and uncomplicated. The first step is a review of the material that you send us. It is important that you send sufficient material to give a good impression of your experience.
The next step would be a meeting in Oslo, with one or two of us. We may also do a code test.
The last step would be an interview with a person who understands your skillset.
Your workstation will have been ordered ahead of time (by your specs, of course), so you can be up and running by day one.
You’ll get to know the team and what people are working on by having a one‐on‐one coffee (or a tea, or juice, or your beverage of choice) with everybody on the team.
You will be introduced to “the julekalender”, which outlines the company’s goals for the next few years (and equally importantly, what happens when each goal is reached).
Pick your first challenge, and contribute some code.
Chances are you will be challenged to a game of pingpong.