WebRTC development engineer


WebRTC development engineer

Apizee is looking for WebRTC development engineer. Join us!



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As part of the development of its high-capacity real-time communication platform, Apizee is looking for an experienced WebRTC developer.




  • Responsible for developing and maintaining the distributed Aperte WebRTC calling platform
  • Responsible for developing and maintaining the ApiRTC JavaScript library
  • Monitoring of developments in the WebRTC API
  • Interoperability management of the ApiRTC library with market web browsers
  • Addition of new functionalities on the ApiRTC library
  • Addition of automatic tests on the ApiRTC library and communication server (Mocha, Webdriver.io…)
  • Development of external connectors at server level






Training Bac + 5 type engineering school, you are passionate by the development of Web or Mobile application and have already used the latest technologies WebRTC, NodeJs, Rédis, Mongo.


Qualifications and technical experience:


  • A first experience using WebRTC technology
  • Very good knowledge of JavaScript
  • Understanding of functional concepts in JavaScript
  • Very good knowledge of front-end development tools (build tools, deployment, tests)
  • Knowledge of Git and Gihub (GitLab…)
  • Very good communication with other developers
  • Very good knowledge of English


The following skills would be a plus:


  • Knowledge of JavaScript API, REST
  • Development knowledge of hybrid and / or native mobile applications Android and iOS
  • Knowledge of a JavaScript Framework (React, Vue.js, Angular…)
  • VoIP knowledge and quality of service


Type of position: Permanent contract
Remuneration: according to experience
Location:  Lannion, France


In order not to delay the recruitment process taking into account the context of the COVID-19 coronavirus epidemic, the recruitment interview will be in videoconference. You will start teleworking and return to our premises when conditions allow it.


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