|Date Posted:||Aug 5|
TITLE: NodeJS Developer
TYPE: Direct Hire
SALARY: up to $160K
About the Role
You’ll work closely with a mix of senior and mid-career engineers to help build a new enterprise-grade core platform supporting a variety of client applications and third-party integrations. The platform engineering team works under a release-when-ready model to continuously deliver small increments. The stack is Node.js, Express, Apollo, TypeScript, PostgreSQL. All systems are hosted in AWS.
What You’ll Do
Design and build back end service components using Node.js, Express, and Apollo GraphQL
Facilitate technical conversations with other engineers and help steer decisions in the right direction
Participate in product, process, and toolset decisions
Offer constructive and respectful feedback via code reviews
Assist other engineers in resolving or removing blockers they might encounter
Research and promote design patterns and practices that fit our technical challenges
Write automated unit and integration tests as well as build tools to assist in testing various aspects of our app
Build in business and technical metrics alongside the features themselves to further us as a data-driven organization
Work with our DevOps and QA teams to ensure quality in our builds and releases.
Work with our DevOps team to ensure our CI/CD pipeline fits our growing needs.
What We Look For
Experience developing, releasing, and maintaining production-quality back end services
Expertise working with Node.js, Express, and Apollo
Ability to troubleshoot production issues in unfamiliar code
Experience scoping large projects into small iterations for release
Clear and efficient communication skills
Mentorship skills and the ability to give well-crafted constructive feedback
Need to be comfortable in a fast paced environment
Need to like trying new things and being creative
Need to like being collaborative with the team
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