Front-End Developer

Overview:

At Derive Systems, we believe that our team is our greatest asset in achieving future success. We are looking for an experienced front-end developer to design and develop desktop and mobile web applications using React. The ideal candidate has experience building a unified web experience from scratch. You will work within an agile team to deliver the best possible customer experience through web-based initiatives.

Responsibilities:

  • Collaborate with other teams to build shareable components that can serve multiple applications
  • Enable our product team to tap into valuable data sources and build incredible features for our customers
  • Actively participate in all projects and work together to build high-quality solutions
  • Present ideas in the form of brown bags to all engineers to help shape our technical landscape
  • Provide constructive feedback on pull requests to increase code quality

Minimum Qualifications:

  • 3+ years of experience in web-based software development for publicly facing (direct to consumer) applications
  • Must be a JavaScript expert
  • Must have built web applications using modern front-end frameworks and libraries (React, Angular, Vue, Knockout, etc.)
  • Must have used modern build toolchains like webpack, parcel, gulp, etc.
  • Must have a portfolio of work that you have shipped to the world
  • Must be obsessed with delivering robust solutions to the market quickly but without sacrificing quality
  • Must be able to clearly explain technical concepts and make decisions with non-technical team members.
  • Exceptional collaboration, project management, writing, documentation, and collaboration
  • Familiar with limitations and features of modern browsers, frameworks, and front-end technologies
  • Must be a usability advocate and opposed to unnecessary complexity

Preferred Qualifications:

  • 1+ years experience with React.js
  • Experience with node.js to build APIs
  • Experience with server-side rendered JavaScript applications
  • Knowledge of functional programming idioms as they relate to JavaScript and its ecosystem

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