ReactJS Developer in Scopic Software
Job Published on: December 2nd, 2020
Job closing date: December 31st, 2020
Available to applicants based in: AnywhereScopic is seeking a skilled Remote ReactJS Developer to join our team of 250+ professionals in over 40 countries. The successful candidate will work with a talented senior team to develop industry-leading applications with the latest technologies. This is a full-time, home-based position.
Why Work With Scopic?
- Flexible working hours, set your own schedule
- Freedom to travel and work from anywhere in the world
- Ability to work wherever you are most comfortable (home, office, park, café, etc.)
- Reliable, consistent workload
- Flexible payment options in $US – salaried and hourly positions available
- Annual pay increases for good performance
- Paid training and other professional growth opportunities
- International travel opportunities (not required)
- Interesting, challenging projects using the latest technologies
- 3+ years of software development experience
- Strong experience working with ReactJS
- Experience with PHP is preferred
- Experience with HTML, HTML5, and CSS
- Proficiency in SQL (e.g., MySQL) and NoSQL (e.g., MongoDB) databases
- Experience implementing modern user interfaces
- Experience developing multi-tiered scalable and secure web applications
- Strong English reading, writing, and speaking skills
- Stable internet connection and home computer
- Dedication and discipline to work remotely from home
- Bachelor's degree or higher
- Salary: Negotiable depending on skills and experience.
- Hourly and salary positions available.
- Employees are paid monthly via wire transfer.
Interested? Apply now!
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