At Digital Science we are looking for a Senior Frontend developer based in Europe (remote) for our product Dimensions. You will be part of an experienced and well skilled technical team, with a clear vision of the technological and engineering goal within the exciting setting of an international and agile company.


  • Develop robust Frontend code for our different web applications
  • Adapt Frontend to customer requirements in close co-operation with the product development team
  • Active involvement in the design and development processes of the Dimensions products and technologies
  • Plan, design and enhance automation frameworks, utilities and tools
  • Write automated tests using our test framework

If you are interested in joining us, you will have:

  • Proven experience in front end web development
  • Good knowledge about CSS and CSS preprocessors (SASS)
  • Good experience with JavaScript (both native and with an application framework like React)
  • Experience in building a frontend application and the related tools (Eg. Webpack)
  • Ability to work on intricate details without losing the big picture
  • Experience in test automation and conducting performance tests
  • Nice to have experience with application containers (preferably Docker)
  • Experience in distributed version control systems (git)
  • Understanding of Agile methodologies
  • Must be a self-learner
  • Good problem solving and analytical skills
  • Strong interpersonal, communications, and organizational skills
  • Minimum Bachelor degree in Computer Science or related field, or equivalent

What we offer:

  • Be part of an international team distributed all over the globe
  • Compensation is highly competitive and based on experience
  • Flexible working hours
  • Hand pick your hardware

About us:

With Dimensions, Digital Science launched an innovative research data and tool infrastructure, broadening the view of the research landscape after decades of focus on the publication/citation complex. The guiding principle, to deliver context, was to take different data sets out of their silos to create a heavily interlinked overarching dataset that described the whole research lifecycle: from funding input (grants), through research outputs (publications) and translation / application of research results (clinical trials, patents), to attention (altmetric and citations) and finally to policy-level impact (mentions of research results in policy papers).

In total, Dimensions today contains more than 128 million documents with more than 4 billion connections between these records. For more information please visit or try the free version of the Dimensions app at Dimensions has offices in Germany, Romania, US and UK, serving clients globally.