Did you know that REX is hiring? From sales, to marketing, to engineering, REX is growing rapidly and we are looking for some all-stars to join the team. Each week we are featuring a new “Job of the Week” to highlight some of the amazing opportunities at our company. You can always see a full list of REX openings by visiting our career page. If you don’t see a job that fits you, but would still like to work with us, let us know by shooting us an email at careers@rexchange.com.


REX is rapidly growing and entering new markets and building amazing consumer solutions revolutionizing the real estate buying and selling experience. We are also building amazing digital experiences that allow buyers and sellers to purchase a home without being bothered with traditional real estate middlemen. We’re seeking an exceptional Front End Engineer to join us as we build amazing websites and products for our customers and for our internal team. Every engineer at REX has an outsized impact in leading the development of projects that define the future of the company.

Job Responsibilities

The Front End Engineer will:

  • Design user-facing products and internal workflow tools
  • Build apps from scratch, as well as develop existing applications
  • Guide the team in making intelligent and pragmatic technical trade-off.
  • Apply deep understanding of web technologies to reason about engineering / design tradeoffs

Experience & Qualifications

Our ideal candidate brings the following:

  • Care about building an app right – with attention to clean, well-tested code
  • Expert knowledge of JavaScript, HTML5, and CSS
  • Passion and an understanding of the nuances of web technologies
  • Good grasp of React or AngularJS and the concepts behind it
  • Ability to write high-performance, reusable code for UI components and a strong sense for good UI/UX
  • Experience building large, modular and maintainable JavaScript code bases
  • 5+ years of relevant professional experience

Bonus Points:

  • Experience with React Native
  • Expertise in server side programming


posted by Eric Rothman

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