Catawiki was founded in 2008. It was originally designed as a website where collectors could manage and keep track of their collections online. Visitors can still add new items to the existing catalogue of collectibles. Unsurprisingly, the name Catawiki is a combination of the words ‘catalogue’ and ‘wiki’. In 2011, Catawiki began hosting weekly auctions in various categories, including art, antiques, classic cars, watches, jewellery, fashion, books, and stamps.
What you’ll do
Working in a high traffic environment, you will have the opportunity to build new features to grow the business and measure the impact. We are highly data-driven so A/B experimentation is at our core. You will be part of the frontend guild which is distributed across multiple teams consisting of a Product Owner, UX designer, backend, mobile and frontend developers.
You will also work with the frontend guild on maintaining and improving our infrastructure to keep the stack scalable, maintainable, and predictable. We encourage new ideas and you will have the opportunity to share them at our guild meetings where we openly discuss them.
You know how to explain a problem and a solution, both in detail to a technical crowd and in a simplified way to non-technical people. You know how to organise your time efficiently, are calm and collected when a problem arises in production, and are great at prioritising your work. In addition, you have a proven track record in the following:
This is your chance to become part of a fast but sustainable growing tech company! You'll be part of an enthusiastic, highly motivated team of 650+ international Catawikians; you'll have big responsibilities and can really create something. Additionally you can expect:
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