Frontend Developer - Schibsted Tech Polska
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We are looking for a passionate frontend developer who wants to join our mission to build the world’s best journalistic tools, and who sees importance in journalism for driving society forward.

You should be proficient with modern JavaScript, React and React ecosystem. Node.js knowledge is handy but not strictly required. Our project strives to be forward leaning in terms of keeping up to date with modern libraries and techniques, and you should not be afraid to experiment with new ways of applying technology.

We are looking for someone who can bring ideas to the team and can contribute to our mission of allowing journalists to be journalists.

Our work

The main driving factor behind the tasks we take on, is the needs of Schibsted’s newsrooms. We cooperate with big names such as Aftenposten, VG and Aftonbladet, but also with smaller newsrooms. They have needs that may cover topics such as enabling new ways to present stories, getting better assistance creating content, and future planning of content.

The application was initially built over 8 years ago, and is undergoing a modernization in terms of technology, UI, and features. The original code base is in Backbone, but we are in the process of replacing every single section of the application, with modernized sections that are designed and specified from the ground up, and written in React + TypeScript. In the process, we have ensured a top-notch developer experience where anything new is not to be held back by legacy.

What you’ll do:

  • Develop on a modern React stack written in TypeScript, where you have the freedom to explore the latest technologies and techniques
  • Build the front-end for the CMS used by Schibsted’s newsrooms, where journalists produce articles reaching a wide audience in Norway and Sweden
  • Implement features that enable our journalists to have higher impact, in an era where reliable news are more important than ever
  • Collaborate closely with a product designer, UX designer and other team members
  • Contribute in other areas than front-end, if you have other areas that interest you
  • Develop your skills directly through the work you do, and also through 10% time dedicated to personal development
  • Write tests that allow us to upgrade dependencies, refactor and improve code with minimal risk
  • Leverage the freedom we have as a team to determine our own process and way of working
  • Thrive in a collaborative and agile environment involving different stakeholders and an evolving family of products and services
  • Getting guidance and mentoring by senior team members
  • Knowledge sharing


  • Experience with building and delivering web based applications.
  • Knowledge of JavaScript with an ability to weigh the pros and cons of certain implementations and frameworks.
  • A background of fundamental computer science algorithms and patterns.
  • Interest in system design.
  • Team mentality and willingness to share knowledge and ideas in a productive manner.
  • Fluency in English language, both written and spoken.

Bonus points:

  • Experience on open-source projects.
  • Contributions to tech journals or blogs.
  • Having an interest in DX (Developer Experience) – how do we make better products by helping other developers?
Contact person Ewelina Piłat

Our recruitment process - now fully online!


Fill out the form and send us your CV - don't forget to mention all the things you are proud of! Once your CV is qualified for the next step of recruitment, you can expect contact from our recruiter.

Recruiter phone call

We are curious to get to know you and thus will ask you a few questions about your experience, motivation and expectations, as well as tell you more about Schibsted and our projects.

Programming task (optional)

Time to show off your practical skills during a home assignment - we don't want to stress you with onsite programming. Every solution is then carefully reviewed by our technical recruiters.

Technical interview

Now let's meet face-to-face and talk about your knowledge and skills - we'll start from reviewing your task and then move forward to more complex topics. Don't forget asking questions too!

Team fit interview

Have a chance to meet the Product or Engineering Manager you will be working with. During this step we'll focus mostly on soft topics - your work style, approach to software development and other.


Usually we need some time to summarise the process and then - yay, the offer is on the table! You have just received the opportunity to join one of our teams and work together with us :)

Our perks


Training budget

Fully flexible. Books, conferences, online courses, you name it.


Social package

Each month you receive benefit points transferrable to tickets, discounts or a prepaid card.


Four extra days off

We’re not minimalist. That’s why you get 4 days more than Polish law requires.



Sometimes you need to do your stuff without being at the office or start a day later thanks to flexible working hours.


Top-notch equipment

Most modern stuff with MacOs or Windows on board & mobile with either Android or iOS.


Home office supplement

Financial support to your home setup to make your WFH more enjoyable and healthy.


In-house trainings

Improve your business, tech & soft skills during working hours


Tech Jump

Mentoring program that helps you to learn completely new frameworks and programming languages.


Mental health support

A voucher for 3 online sessions with a professional therapist and a series of mental health oriented webinars.



Choose the level that suits you and pick up your favorite sports venues.


Medical care

With flexible plans tailored to you or your family.


Electric scooters

We do have our own electric scooters ready to be borrowed for the work commuting.

Life at Schibsted