Software Engineer - Full Stack

Beyond Limits   •  

Glendale, CA

Industry: Information Technology

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Less than 5 years

Posted 60 days ago

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Description

Position Overview

We are seeking a full-stack Software Engineer with hands on experience in full life cycle application development. The position entails working across the tech stack in a fast-paced environment building multiple tiers of software systems that interface with cutting-edge A.I. (Artificial Intelligence) technologies.

Responsibilities:

  • Implement authentication and authorization features across the software stack.
  • Collect UI requirements and produce prototype wireframes for client approval.
  • Implement security conscious RESTful APIs with direction from Project Manager.
  • Attend daily stand-ups led by TPM.
  • Write clean testable code.

Minimum requirements:

  • 3-5 years of software design and development experience with experience in data structures, algorithms and software design.
  • BS or MS in Computer Science or a related degree.
  • You are comfortable working in different application layers, including front end, middle tier/server side, and database layer.
  • Experience with one of the following back-end languages: Python, Scala, Java or Go.
  • You have experience working with modern JavaScript frameworks such as React/Redux or Angular.
  • Experience in the development of Web APIs using any framework allowing web-service or RESTful endpoints.
  • Expertise with source control tools (Git) and project management tools (Jira).
  • Prior experience with Scrum teams developing customer facing web applications.

Desired Experience

  • Willingness and ability to quickly learn new tools and methodologies highly desired.
  • Experience with NoSQL database technologies, including MongoDB, Cassandra and ElasticSearch.
  • Familiarity of modern messaging frameworks such as Kafka, Pulsar and/or RabbitMQ.
  • Familiarity with continuous integration.
  • Experience with both front end and back end unit testing.