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FRONT-END DEVELOPER (VanillaJS/Typescript)

IT Camp partner is a company, which is developing innovative solutions in the field of gambling and entertainment content, headquartered in Riga, Latvia, and with an IT center in Minsk, Belarus.

Company uses advanced technologies to create products: like Computer Vision, Unreal Engine, Ultra Low Latency Video Streaming and more. There is a very cool and ultra-modern technical equipment in the company’s studio – from cameras and lights to graphic cards which are almost impossible to buy. Company is at the stage of active development currently, creating a wide-scale, technologically complex and at the same time very interesting global project – and you can become a part of it!

There are over 40 people in IT department.

Due to the growth of the company we are looking for Frontend Developers (VanillaJS/Typescript) to join the team of professionals

Fully remote work option is acceptable or relocation to Minsk, Belarus – you can choose the most comfortable way for you.

The main product: cutting-edge solutions for gaming and entertainment industry

Technology stack: VanillaJS, React.js, Typescript, Redux/MobX,CSS-modules, Webpack, Next.js, MongoDB, WebSockets.

Company’s plan is to create the most appealing gaming/gambling environment.


  •  3+ years of commercial development experience with Core JavaScript (VanillaJS);
  •  experience with Typescript, React.js is a must;
  • very good Russian.

Will be considered as an advantage experience with:

  • cross-browser layouts;
  •  CSS-modules;
  •  Jest;
  •  Redux/Mobx;
  •  Webpack;
  • Websockets

Company is offering:

  • Salary up to 3850 EUR net (depending on experience);
  • remote working possibility or relocation to Minsk, Belarus;
  • possibility to become a part of interesting global project;
  • non-standard ideas, professional and creative approach, excellent team relations and results.

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