Web Development, Team Lead

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The Web Development, Team Lead will :

● be instrumental in architecting and developing complex full (MEAN) stack solutions based in Node.js, AngularJS using Amazon Web Services, Docker, MongoDB, Express, HTML5, CSS3 to name a few.

● be working as a team to deliver projects in a timely fashion.

● manage expectations. Is it really going to take that long to develop that thing?

● help with stories/scenarios. Actively participate in the scrum/Agile process.

What we expect:

● Experience delivering complex projects with demanding deadlines.

● Ability to translate technical information to the non-technical, especially upward.

● Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal.

● Must have a good sense of urgency and feeling of ownership over what they are assigned to.

● Strong analytical, problem solving and diagnostic skills.

● How to code for a site that needs to scale for high traffic volumes.

● Familiarity with the Agile Scrum software development methodology.

● Knowledge of TDD and continuous integration.

Requirements:

● Must have a strong desire to do great things, as a team.

● Must have an open mind and be willing to learn new things.

● 5+ years in a development role with 2-3 years managing and leading teams.

● Must be a well rounded developer with working knowledge of how to create and scale single page application frameworks.

● Must have experience in some of the following: Node.js, Backbone.js, AngularJS, React, Amazon Web Services, Docker, NoSQL / MongoDB, Express, HTML5, CSS3


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