Mid-Senior Front-End Developer [Freelance/Contract, long-term] in IESF Group
|Application Deadline||Salary Range||Job Type|
|July 30th, 2021||From 3,000 US$ - 5,000 US$ per month||Full Time|
|Location Availability||Skills||Years of Experience|
|Europe||React, Typescript, Redux||4+|
The RoleYou will be responsible for building interactive web tools as well as a variety of shared web components and applications focused on delivering maximum user engagement and make the existing system better.
Your ProfileYou have a demonstrable record of delivering engaging customer experiences as well as highly operable and maintainable software on time.
- Significant industry experience in a software engineering role
- Experience working with technologies, frameworks and tools used within the teams.
- Extensive experience in React and Redux
- Essential: Typescript, NodeJS, Webpack, Jenkins, GIT.
- Nice to Have: AngularJS, Cocos2d-js, Docker, Mongo
- Experience working with modern web testing frameworks to ensure high quality deliveries: Cypress and/or Cucumber for acceptance/integration tests and Jest, Karma, Jasmine, Mocha, Chai for unit tests
- Previous exposure of developing technical plans and contributing to technical architecture as products grow
Benefits and Perks
- Attractive salary package
- Annual performance bonus (also as a Freelancer / Contractor)
- Health and dental insurance
- 22 days paid annual leave
- In-house training and development to develop your skills, progressing your career
Interested? Apply now!
You have until July 30th, 2021 to apply.
Please contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
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