magicseaweed is recruiting a talented, motivated frontend developer for our small team. Join us in building one of the world's most popular surf applications and enjoy the perks of working with like minded people based just a few minutes from the surf. We are looking for talented developers to join our small team based in South Devon.
This is your chance to play a key role in building critical features of our surf forecasting application that reaches hundreds of thousands of surfers around the world. With a focus on industry best practice combined with a relaxed working environment we've got the perfect opportunity for someone who doesn't want to compromise on either career or quality of life.
magicseaweed, is the oldest, most popular and detailed free long range surf forecast, on the web. Whether you're a travelling pro, big wave aficionado, local hero or weekend warrior; with a little effort you can use our tools to score more of the right waves across the globe. Every month millions of surfers all over the world check MSW before they hit the beach.
magicseaweed isn't about telling you where to go or when, instead providing you with the knowledge to become your own surf forecasting expert. With a little of your time and the help we provide you can accurately make the call wherever you choose to surf.
Applicants will need a strong, production experience with the following technologies:
*You don't need to be surfer to work for us. We design and build a web application, not laze around at the beach. Although if you have an interest in it or another action sport of a similar nature you may receive a high 5 so definitely mention it.
“Developing products at magicseaweed is the perfect career path for any surfer who loves to code. Building the tools you use on a daily basis, pushes you to work to the best of your abilities. As well as that, flexi-time, surf trips and cheap surf gear make working at magicseaweed a dream come true!.”Will Paige, Lead User Interface Engineer
“You're able to influence how the most popular world wide surf forecast is developed.”Adam Primmer, Graphic Designer