React Software Engineer
This position is for a strong react developer to help lead the development of of an electronic health record product. The candidate is expected to take business requirements, develop solutions and deliver them into production. This role will be involved in all of the steps of the software life cycle and ideally helping the team improve through active participation in sprints and agile ceremonies. There is a lot of autonomy with this role and the candidate will have the ability to influence many parts of the process and code.
1. We are looking for a Software Engineer with React and front end experience. This roles will be more code focused then design focused. We are building an EHR (electronic health record ) product and it is still in active development, so this is not a maintenance role.
2. The person who will be successful in this role will be somebody who?
Wants to be part of a development team making a new product. We are looking for someone who wants to write lots of code and help shape the code base and practices to be the best possible. This role will be perfect for someone that is a self-starter and sees things wrong, and then raises the issue and brings solutions. We are big on letting all team members change the way we do things.
3. TOP 3 must-have skills you’re looking for?
a.) React experience
b.) Solid OOP skills
c.) typescript a plus
We have a diverse fun team, working on new product development in a tech focused atmosphere. The company is very work life balance and you will spend by far the majority your time coding and developing. The stack is very modern , with microservices running on AWS we are always looking for people to help us innovate. The other thing is we have a great pace to our work here, we understand that life happens and development happens and some times things take longer then needed, and that’s ok here
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