JavaScript Guru

We are looking for a JavaScript guru to be part of our Xeditor development team. The master of your craft, you love a challenge and do not shy away from bringing your great ideas to the table.

We are a young company with flat hierarchies and beautiful offices located in Seattle and Munich. We pride ourselves on high customer satisfaction and maintaining an open, creative, and independent office environment. Our flagship products are Xpublisher, a cross-media editorial system, and Xeditor, a web-based XML editor. Our areas of expertise our web-development, content management, and multi-channel publishing. We work with high-profile companies across the globe, but chiefly in Europe and North America.

We are looking for:

  • A JavaScript guru, the master of his craft
  • A communicative and open-minded person who enjoys working with customers and views difficult tasks as a fun challenge
  • A team player who brings his ideas to the product and who can successfully complete tasks independently from conception to implementation

We offer:

  • A versatile and interesting range of activities in a dynamic environment
  • An open atmosphere with flat hierarchies and a friendly approach
  • Very good development opportunities
  • Flexible working hours
  • A young, enthusiastic team
  • A modern and well-equipped office in Pioneer Square, Seattle.
  • Fresh fruit, coffee, tea, and rotating beers on tap
  • Ping pong table
  • Roof-top deck with beautiful views of the mountains and downtown

You have:

  • A lot of experience with JavaScript and other web technologies such as XML, XSLT, HTML, and CSS.
  • A strong knowledge in object-oriented programming and software architecture
  • Experience with server-side programming languages such as Java, PHP, .NET, etc.

Your tasks:

  • Development of our web-based XML editor
  • Professional care of our customers
  • Determination and calculation of expenses

If you are interested in joining our team, please provide your CV with cover letter and salary requirements to Anthony Apodaca ( with the subject line "JavaScript Guru".