Software Developer (NodeJS and Kubernetes)

Job Description

Software Developer (NodeJS and Kubernetes)

The Guardium team, part of the IBM Security Organization, is tasked with protecting customer's data. On a day to day basis we are faced with algorithmic, design and data security challenges. As a growing organization we are looking for a driven, experienced and talented NodeJS developer who is proficient in Kubernetes.

If selected you'll be working with our core engineering and design teams. If you are detail oriented, consistently exhibit success under pressure while loving the challenge of conquering complex security problems, this is the right place for you .

Responsibilities will include :
Develop applications for the Guardium SaaS offering
Develop NodeJS applications
Develop Representational State Transfer (REST) Services
Develop utilities and features to support the Guardium product and deploy them on Kubernetes

Required Technical and Professional Expertise

Demonstrated ability to code in Object Oriented (OO) JavaScript
Minimum 3 years experience with NodeJS
Prior Experience with ExpressJS
Prior Experience with Kubernetes on AWS and Azure.
Expert verbal and written communication skills
Expert knowledge of GIT and agile methodologies
Demonstrated ability to work with the software development process
Must be a great team player and experienced in working in a multi-cultural environment
Experienced in NoSQL Databases like Cloudant
Prior experience with Linux
Demonstrated problem solving skills
Required * Bachelor's Degree *

Preferred Tech and Prof Experience

Minimum 5+ years experience with NodeJS

EO Statement
IBM is committed to creating a diverse environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, or veteran status. IBM is also committed to compliance with all fair employment practices regarding citizenship and immigration status.

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