Lead JS Developer

Job description

💸 Salary: $2500 - 3250/month
🤝 Agreement: B2B Contract
📍 Location: 100% remote
🏃‍♂️ Start: ASAP
📏 Length: Long-term

Are you an experienced JS Developer, who still wants to improve skills and work on exciting projects?

As ITCraftship, we’re helping talented software developers from all over the world achieve their professional goals by matching them with the top tech companies. Right now we're working with VoiceVoice -- an American conversation company responsible for i.a. MaestroConference, which has been used by over 8 million participants. Customers include Obama for America, Stanford University, Airbnb and Greenpeace, among many others. It's also an alumni of the prestigious 500 startups accelerator.

Your daily tasks will include investigating complex issues with tokbox/twilio integrations, working with video SDKs, choosing the right development tools and SaaS for the job – not reinventing the wheel and working on front-end and back-end sides (Angular/NodeJS).


 IMPORTANT: Required 4 – 5h overlap with pacific time.

What you’ll get:

 

  • Fully remote position;
  • Exciting projects that make a real impact;
  • Work with experienced engineers and growth opportunities;
  • Work with modern technology stack and best development practices;
  • Work culture based on trust and flexibility – no working overtime;
  • Transparently built relations based on trust and fair play;
  • Casual atmosphere and learning materials.

Job requirements

Requirements

  • 3+ years of commercial experience;
  • You have good knowledge of Angular;
  • You have experience with NodeJS;
  • You've got ability to pick the right tools for the job based on business goals;
  • You have a start-up mindset: a "can-do" attitude, you’re proactive, and a team player;
  • English proficiency, that allows for daily interaction with an international team.

Bonus points for:

  • Good understanding of agile methodologies;
  • MySQL experience;
  • Passion for good QA practices;
  • Understanding of SFUs vs. MCUs;
  • Good API integration skills (ex. Twilio);
  • Formal IT education.

 

If you got what it takes - hit the “Apply” button!


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