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Javascript Engineer

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The Javascript engineer will be responsible for developing and managing web applications using Javascript. They will collaborate with other developers to create high-quality and scalable software. In addition, they will be responsible for unit testing and debugging of Javascript code. The ideal candidate will have experience with React, Vue, Angular, Node.js, or webpack.

Key Responsibilities

  • Design, develop, debug, and deploy scalable, efficient, and reusable code
  • Write code as part of a collaborative team, building APIs and frontend features that play a visible, critical role in our client’s day-to-day operations
  • Implement with some autonomy and architect solutions in collaboration with engineering leads
  • Own the problem and scope solutions that line up with business objectives
  • Build performant and scalable full-stack solutions to support new and existing products and features
  • Play a key role in helping to re-platform and rebuild legacy systems
  • Develop and maintain documentation for new and existing business logic in systems
  • Develop an understanding of the business domain so as to better understand the role our software plays in the business
  • Be active in the company Engineering community, performing code reviews and sharing knowledge

Skills and Experience

  • Strong experience with JavaScript, and JavaScript frameworks like Vue or React
  • Some experience with Python and/or C#
  • Experience with relational and document data stores such as PostgreSQL or Firestore
  • Familiarity with Google Cloud Platform or other cloud providers
  • Demonstrated ability to troubleshoot, problem solve, test, and develop solutions independently
  • Ownership mindset and capable of self managing tasks, scope and priorities