News / 2018.02.13

Want a foolish internship?

Perfect Fools is growing and looking for a Front-End Developer Intern to join our friendly team. If you are an energetic, enthusiastic, and eager to learn professional, we’d love to hear from you.

Who are you?
Maybe you’re a student and is looking for an internship; or maybe you have taken your degree and want a good start to your professional career. Your background doesn’t matter to us.

You have a strong proficiency with HTML5, CSS & JavaScript and jQuery / React / Angular. We also see that you have experience writing code from scratch. You have a responsive design experience, including Bootstrap 3 and hand-coded breakpoints, and you have working knowledge of design principles, typography, user interfaces, web standards and usability.

You’d like to work in a dynamic, informal, multicultural environment with little prestige. Your English is fluent and it's valuable if you speak Swedish but it is not a requirement.

What will you be doing?

  • Hands-on development of websites, banners, HTML mail
  • Development of dynamic and engaging web functionality a using HTML, CSS, and JavaScript
  • Turn Photoshop / Sketch files into animated, responsive web pages using HTML5, CSS3, or Web-based animation tools
  • And lots of other fun stuff. We are a growing agency and we want you to form your future here together with us. Add your own touch and flare so to say.

Internship length
3-6 months

Interested? Send your application to tonsaj@perfectfools.com and let’s have a talk!

About Perfect Fools
Perfect Fools is an international communications agency that embraces the now and new to solve business challenges through innovation and creativity. Based in the centre of Stockholm we work with brands from across the world thanks to our understanding of cultural trends and technology. Today we work with clients like Svenska Spel, Marshall, Tine, SVT, TV4, Kronans Apotek, Trygg-Hansa, Polarbröd and Halebop. Our clients have one thing in common - the belief that business challenges and communication tasks needs to be solved in new ways.