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Senior Full Stack Developer

Posted on Sep 10, 2019 by Harvey Nash Group

Dublin, Ireland
IT
Immediate Start
€550 - €650 Daily
Contract/Project

Senior Full-Stack Developer

Responsibilities:

  • As part of the core team, ensure sub-teams adhere to our code quality and testing standards.
  • Evaluate and provide technical solutions to solve a variety of complex and interdependent processes.
  • Proactively identify and implement opportunities that enable the development groups to provide the best solutions to their businesses.
  • Evaluate and perform POC on new strategic technical products and applications.

Requirements/Skills:

  • A deep knowledge of JavaScript and TypeScript and React.
  • Must have in depth understanding of Node.js.
  • You must have strong knowledge of cloud computing concepts and devops tools (Docker, Openshift).
  • You are passionate about streaming data and building APIs and visualisations around it. Prior experience with charting libraries highly desirable.
  • Must have hands-on experienced with deploying fault-tolerant distributed systems on Linux.
  • You have a broad knowledge of programming languages, patterns, and architectures.
  • You have very high development standards, especially for code quality, code reviews, unit testing, continuous integration and deployment.
  • You are an adaptable, resourceful, well organised team player with a strong work ethic.
  • Must have good analytical skills, ability to contribute in design discussions and problem solving sessions.
  • Strong experience delivering great user experiences, demonstrably, working closely with clients to do it.

Benefits:

  • Central location in Dublin City Centre.
  • Opportunity to work with a world leading fintech company.
  • Opportunity to work remotely once established in the role.
  • Very competitive rate.

If you think that you would be a good fit for this role please apply directly or contact me (see below)

Reference: 754761223

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