MEAN Stack Developer

The largest association of technical professionals is looking for engineers who are hungry to use multiple technologies, are flexible with their tech stack and can thrive under pressure. We have a multitude of on going projects that require our tech staff to wear multiple hats and we need developers who strive for a challenge. The position is primarily a MEAN stack position with an emphasis on the front end, but we will take anyone with Angular 2 development experience and coding chops with any other backend language. This position offers a competitive salary, up to $95k/year (ODE) and full benefits.      Required Skills & Experience Must be proficient in using Angular 2+ Framework  Familiarity with Node.js or any other BackEnd server language (Java, Python,C) 2+ years of professional development experience    Desired Skills & Experience Bachelor's degree in Computer Science or in a related engineering field.  AWS experience is a plus Ability to wear multiple hats at one time Flexibility working with different technologies Someone who thrives under pressure   What You Will Be Doing Tech Breakdown 50% Angular 2+ 30% Node.js 10% Express.js 10% Mongo Data Store Job Breakdown 70% Hands On 30% Team Collaboration The Offer Competitive Salary: Up to $95k/year, DOE You will receive the following benefits: Medical Insurance & Health Savings Account (HSA) 401(k) Paid Sick Time Leave Pre-tax Commuter Benefit   Applicants must be currently authorized to work in the United States on a full-time basis now and in the future. This position does not offer sponsorship.   Jobspring Partners, part of the Motion Recruitment network, provides IT Staffing Solutions (Contract, Contract-to-Hire, and Direct Hire) across 10 major North American markets. Our unique expertise in today's highest demand tech skill sets, paired with our deep networks and knowledge of our local technology markets, results in an exemplary track record with candidates and clients.
Salary Range: $80K - $90K
Minimum Qualification
Less than 5 years

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