Front-End Developer

Company: Boeing

Salary: Not provided

Location: null, United States


The Company

At Boeing, we innovate and collaborate to make the world a better place. From the seabed to outer space, you can contribute to work that matters with a company where diversity, equity and inclusion are shared values. We’re committed to fostering an environment for every teammate that’s welcoming, respectful and inclusive, with great opportunity for professional growth. Find your future with us.

Jeppesen, a subsidiary of The Boeing Company, is one of the largest software development companies in Gothenburg. We develop innovative optimization solutions for the world’s leading airlines. We are dedicated to continuous improvement, delivering more value to our clients, and exploring emerging technologies such as quantum computing, AI and big data analytics.

At our central Gothenburg office in Sweden, the Scheduling Safety team, develops, implements, and supports a range of Fatigue Risk Management (FRM) solutions, which enables airlines to operate their crew at lower risk levels without creating unnecessary inefficiency. Our customers are mainly belonging to airline flights safety departments.

In the Scheduling Safety team, you will have the opportunity to be a part of a very successful and creative team that serves more than 50 airlines currently. The team regularly generate and explore new ideas, build prototypes, solve customer problems, implement for customers, and does so using a wide technology stack with a team with a very broad skill set.

Role Summary

We are currently looking for a Front-End Developer who is excited about modern web technology, eager to learn, try new things and wants to develop performant and intuitive UX.

We are currently building new single-page application frontend for our industry-leading analytical fatigue risk management system. It allows customers to upload their crew schedules and perform fatigue risk analysis. The system provides means for bird’s-eye-view analysis of large sets of statistical data allowing users to discover fatigue-induced risk trends, as well as drill into individual crew schedules for more details. The system is highly interactive and constitutes a rich web application with feature set and performance rivaling some desktop alternatives. We build our new front-end with the latest version of Angular framework, code in TypeScript, use REST and GraphQL/Apollo for communication with our backend, Material Design language for UI, Jest and Cypress for testing and Nx as our build system


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