Remote Full-stack JavaScript & React Developer ($4,000 – $5,500 / month)

  • Location:
    Anywhere Anywhere Anywhere Anywhere
  • Salary:
    $4,000 - $5,500 / per month
  • Job type:
    Contract/Freelance
  • Posted:
    4 days ago
  • Category:
    Remote Developer Jobs
  • Deadline:
    October 11, 2019

Remote Full-stack JavaScript & React Developer ($4,000 – $5,500 / month)

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Company: Lean Street Company

Lean Street Company is a high-touch tech consulting agency founded on the idea of eliminating waste in product development and creating a process that supports rapid innovation. We are hard-working, extremely passionate about technology, provide complete transparency and understand how to best collaborate with other teams and businesses.

Currently we’re working on projects in the US and Asia. Our remote team spans 4 continents. We’re looking for top-notch developers who are passionate, assertive in communication, able and eager to walk a mile in the client’s and user’s shoes, and advocate on their behalf. We encourage lifestyle employment where we offer flexible work schedule as long as you get the job done.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
– Develop and maintain a web-based instant messaging application deployed using JS technologies
– Effectively coordinate work with UK-based client, and Thailand based Project Manager.

REQUIRED SKILLS:
– Ability to work independently and self-manage
– Advanced knowledge of JavaScript ES6, Node.js and React.js
– Knowledge of MySQL and MongoDB
– Experience working with Git, npm, asset pipelines and general JS tooling
– Experience with Rest APIs – calling them and also developing them in Node
– Willingness to convert UX designs into HTML/CSS
– Excellent communication skills

BONUS SKILLS:
– Knowledge and understanding of AWS, Docker, CI/CD, and DevOps
– Knowledge of PHP and experience with Laravel

CONTACT:
Email your CV to [email protected] – please quote job No. 0183 when applying. We look forward to hearing from you!

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