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Senior Front-End JS Engineer / React in IESF Group

Salary Range: More than 5,000 US$ per month

Job Published on: March 28th, 2021
Job closing date: April 1st, 2021

Available to applicants based in Continent(s): Central or South America, Europe

Years of Experience: 4+

On behalf of a German FinTech product company, we are looking to hire a skilled remote working Senior Front-End Developer / React to join the successful team and to contribute to the company's product further.

  • Must be based in Europe or in South America (the remote teams are in those regions).

Company’s Tech Stack:

  • React
  • Kubernetes on AWS
  • GitLab (repository, CI/CD, images, packages, issue tracking)
  • Hugo

You will be responsible for:

  • Researching, designing, implementing and maintain the new product’s front-end.
  • Understanding and documenting the existing product (in Ruby on Rails), together with the Back-end Developers.
  • Find ways for a reliable infrastructure/product, implement and ensure them.
  • See yourself as a user and recommend improvements for the existing product.
  • Be part of developing the whole company culture and mindset.

Desired Profile:

  • Meaningful and solid experience in frontend development with JS, React, HTML and CSS.
  • Be able to really contribute to the architectural and product decision process.
  • Fluent in English (German is a plus).

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