Node.js Engineer I at SparkCognition
We are looking for a Node.js Engineer with experience in cloud applications to join the team. (This is a direct-hire, full-time role.) If you're interested in working for a startup, want to make a difference in this, and want to be the lead technical person, we want to talk to you.
If you were working for us today, you would be:
- Working on the various elements of the platform and translating ideas into coherent software development roadmaps
- Making important decisions about the software stack and infrastructure
- Writing robust, maintainable, and future-proof code
- Managing consultants and eventually leading our software development team and delegating effectively
- Performing code reviews, leading software designing architecture discussions, and communicating technical information to non-technical teams
You may be a fit for our team if you have:
- 1+ years general software development
- Advanced knowledge of the React framework and ecosystem
- Knowledge of GraphQL
- Knowledge of Apollo Client Cache.
- Hands-on architect with the ability to write well-documented, extensible code.
- Experience building performant, scalable web applications
- Participate in defining design and coding best practices for the team and organization-wide.
- Knowledge of industry best practices for code quality, architecture, accessibility, and usability.
- A continuous learner that is constantly learning about new technologies and is able to determine whether they should be used and what the best approach is for a particular project
- A passion for user-centered design and usability.
- Good collaboration skills and ability to work with team leads
- Outstanding communication skills.
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