Frontend Developer - Schibsted Tech Polska
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Frontend Developer


Admarket Team

About the Project & Team

We’re running Admarket which is the main booking and reporting tool for direct ad sales in the Norway and Sweden market. Built two years ago, with a completely new designAdmarket delivers useful features which transform into multiple campaigns booked every day, worth thousands of NOKs/SEKs. Moreover, we play a vital role in Schibsted’s digital transformation. Thanks to that strong commitment from the business, we have a long-term roadmap packed with completely new features.

The Admarket Team consists of three fullstack developers working with Node, React, and AWS. We strictly cooperate with two backend teams (Rose and Ads API).

On the product side Patrik – our Project Manager, keeps business requests on a reasonable level. The visual part is delivered by our experienced designers which – yes – do nice designs.

When it comes to deliverables, we do like our adjusted SCRUM which plays nicely with CI/CD pipelines we built.

About the role:

In this role, you’ll be working with building a SaaS website, backed by the latest tech stack based on modern ES standards. We use React/Redux/Sagas but we also have hooks and context. typed by Flow/Typescript. Part of your responsibilities (but also possibility to learn) will be writing BFF in Node.js which consists of REST and GraphQL services.

We also use the Jest testing framework, Git, GitHub, and Jira on a daily basis

About you:

You have experience in building frontend websites using JavaScript and React

You are passionate about learning and experimenting with new technologies

You have knowledge of GraphQL (nexus, apollo)

You are willing to learn backend development using Nodejs

You understand concepts well and/or have experience with continuous deployment and testing

You are positive and you motivate others to do better

Contact person Ewelina Piłat

Meet the team

Our recruitment process - fully online!

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.

Technical interview

Now let's meet 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.

Our perks


Training budget

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


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.


Social package

Benefit points transferrable to tickets, discounts, multisport, medical care 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.


Mental health support

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


Electric scooters

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


Tech Talks

Internal and external meet-ups held by our employees or invited speakers.


Tax-deductible costs

50% of tax-deductible costs for IT creators

Life at Schibsted