Job Description

We’re looking for an experienced front-end developer to join our remote team. We work with all sorts of clients—from startups to government agencies—to build engaging sites and applications. We love to work with people who are as excited to create clean, functional user experiences as we are. Our ideal colleague can help us bring everything from brochure site designs to end-to-end JavaScript applications to life.

Who Is Phuse?

Phuse is a remote team of creatives who craft websites, interfaces and brands, from concept to completion.


The person who fills this position will:

  • have at least 4 years’ web development industry experience
  • be adept at HTML and CSS
  • have tons of JavaScript experience
  • be proficient with JavaScript frameworks, such as React, Ember, and Backbone
  • have a good understanding of general object-oriented programming
  • know how to use distributed version control
  • meet deadlines, and communicate proactively
  • be motivated to learn and constantly improve

The Perks

At Phuse, everyone enjoys:

  • 30 hour work weeks
  • an open vacation policy
  • a flexible schedule
  • allowances of over $4,000 CDN/year
  • annual team retreat
  • salary based on experience

How to Apply

If you believe you would be a great fit for our team you should send an email to with the subject [Your name] – Application for Front-End Developer and include the following:

  • A link to your portfolio (Please no PDF’s or attachments) and your GitHub profile if you have one (Please make sure that all your links work!)
  • A personal cover letter
  • Your Resume/CV, with a concise list of your proficiencies
  • Your location
  • Salary expectations
  • Where you found this posted

Let your enthusiasm shine through! We’ll get back to you ASAP to schedule an interview if your application seems like a good fit.

Please, no recruiters, agencies, or those unwilling to accept an assignment leading to full-time employment.

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