open position

Full Stack Software Engineer (NodeJS+ReactJS)

  • Chernihiv, remote
  • Wednesday, June 9, 2021

We are currently looking for a Full stack software engineer to work on a world-class retail shop platform that offers its customers perfect gifts for every reason as well as opens new opportunities for potential investors.

  • Who are we looking for

    We are currently looking for a Middle Full stack software engineer who will be responsible for rewriting existing modules and apps with modern technological stack and developing new applications.

  • Work experience required
    3+ years
  • Essential Skills Required
    • NodeJS (NestJS framework)
    • Typescript
    • React (Redux Toolkit + React hooks)
    • Knex + MSSQL
  • Will be a plus
    • Experience working with MSSQL stored procedures
    • Familiarity with SSO services usage
    • Be a team player, goal oriented and possess nice communication skills
  • duties
    • Rewriting existing modules and apps with modern technological stack
    • Developing new applications to extend functionality of existing system
    • Performing both frontend and backend tasks
  • we offer
    • A great opportunity to grow professionally
    • Work with current technology stack
    • English courses online
    • Flexible work schedule
    • Work from home
    • Paid vacation and additional days off

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