Who are we?
We are Zzish. We share a passion for building a world in which every teacher uses apps in the classroom to transform learning for students everywhere. Our goal is to bridge the gap between technology and the classroom.
Our ground-breaking Zzish platform allows teachers to use many apps in the classroom and collate all the results into one simple dashboard. Our own Quizalize application turns dull assessments into fun classroom games that students love. Indeed, our award winning products are used by millions of students and teachers around the world.
How you can help
We are looking for an amazing front-end developer who loves to learn and wants to build and optimise modern single page web applications with bleeding edge technology.
You will be always on the lookout for the best ways of building web apps and be willing to learn and use the latest developments in web technology. You will be responsible for developing a product that teachers will love. You will get the chance to talk to teachers, to really understand them and then use what you and the team have learned to build the technology that will power the future of education.
Our apps are built on top of our own GraphQL API, and lean heavily on open source tech. We are always looking to improve our tech stack and we will trust you to contribute to the improvement of our projects, sharing your expertise with our team.
Why Zzish? Why now?
You’ll be joining Zzish at a pivotal point in our growth. We have the best and most interesting apps in Edtech looking to integrate with our dashboards, huge global publishers (and a lot of talented teachers) providing our content, teachers and clients in 120 countries and, most importantly, a constantly evolving product roadmap which we believe will change the future of education forever. Now all we need is YOU, an inspiring, creative, detailed Front-End Developer, to help make it happen.
- Knowledge of scaling and optimising web apps
- Required: Node, ES6, React, GraphQL, Webpack, PostCSS, Git
- Optional: Mongo, Relay, React Native, Electron