React Native Developer (IoT)
  • Good knowledge of JS in ES6 version (2-3 years of experience)
  • Good knowledge of React/Redux libraries (must have)
  • Good knowledge of React Native platform (must have)
  • Good knowledge of iOS and/or Android
  • Good knowledge of CSS3
  • Tools such as BabelJS, WebpackJS
  • Ability to write unit tests with the usage of Jest/Jasmine
  • Nice to have functional programming
  • Nice to have knowledge of Ramda.js library
  • Nice to have knowledge of UI/UX
  • You will join the project in the area of IoT. We develop innovative solutions in Smart Home area. Tasks on this position include: creating web and mobile application, writing unit tests, participating in decision-making process in regards to the shape of the interface. This work allows independence and learning newest technologies.
  • Private medical care
  • Multisport cards available, company sports activities (football, volleyball)
  • Trainings and Microsoft certification available
  • Constant access to PluralSight
  • English conversation classes
  • Flexible working hours
  • High scope of independence in task completion
  • Work in the offices located either in Gdańsk or in Elbląg, with regular visits in Gdańsk
OKE Poland

We were one of Tricity’s first technological companies to start cooperation with international markets.
We are experts in IT area, we create new multi-screen looks and functionalities including software for TV platforms, hybrid TV services and other features such as VOD, EPG, Catch-up TV, social media sharing, and mobile device functions.
We work for Orange, Vodafone, UPC, SeaChange. Our experience teaches us that people and partnerships are of great value.

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